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Metallica can't play Guitar Hero, make live archive available

Metallica can't play Guitar Hero, make live archive available
Metallica has announced that a version of its new album Death Magnetic will be available to download for Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock. The Guitar Hero version becomes available this Friday, allowing fans to play along to some huge James Hetfield/Kirk Hammett riffs. But the band members have admitted that their attempts to play Guitar Hero have been less than successful. “We’re all bad,” says bassist Rob Trujillo. “It’s a different animal playing that game.”

Meanwhile, the new internet friendly Metallica has made 20 live albums available to download on its website. The albums are free and are culled from a 21-year period between 1982 and 2003. The albums are all available on MP3 and are encoded at a low 192 kbps bitrate. You need to register with the Metallica Live site here to get your hands on these rare goodies. [NME]
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Like I said on youtube ha ha ha now they want to give away stuff for free lol

julie

I downloaded the show from Austin in '89 - the audio quality is terrible for 192k. The files sound like they're encoded to no more than 96k. But, hey, that's why they're free.

Steve L

I'm not an audiophile, but if it sounds like it was encoded at 96K that kinda sucks. Then again it is free like you said.

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