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Metallica, headlining Weekend nights the Outside Areas event in San Francisco’s Fantastic Checkpoint Recreation area, proven just about as large and fulfilling and highly effective as Metallica can be this season. With a greatest-hits setlist, a little war’s value of explosives and pyrotechnics, and a large field of lovers screaming along, the biggest steel group on the globe revealed that not only can it win over informal audience and non-fans, but that it’s at its best when trying to do so. In comparison to Metallica’s four romantic and indulgent 30 Birthday reveals at the Fillmore last season, the more than two time of overall quinton jackson yesterday sensed like a well-edited trip de power.

It wasn’t perfect: Hetfield performed sloppily on “Master of Puppets,” which may have been due to the cold; the lines to new music “Hell and Back” created us wish that Metallica was an important band; “Ride the Lightning” seemed shabby and uncomfortable, especially in contrast to contemporaneous music like, “For Whom the Gong Tolls”; more than two time of any specialist is type of lot; and Lars and Wayne basked in the crowd’s appreciation maybe a bit too much at the end, and could have just said thank you three periods and bowed and known as it a evening.

But those problems are little in contrast to the fantastic scene Metallica put on in San Francisco yesterday. Here are our top five preferred areas of the display.

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