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Metallica Reveal "Guitar Hero" Track List

January 26, 2009 10:48 AM ET

Metallica have revealed the track list for their upcoming Guitar Hero game, out on March 29th. The 28-song list combines the band's greatest hits like "Enter Sandman" and "One" with fan favorites like "Battery" and "Dyers Eve." Additionally, gamers can play the band's new Death Magnetic in the full-game mode if they downloaded that album. Plus, GH: Metallica will also feature songs by artists like Bob Seger, Alice in Chains, Foo Fighters and new metal all-stars like Mastodon and the Sword.

As reported in Rolling Stone's preview of Guitar Hero: Metallica, the game features a storyline concocted by James Hetfield, with players starting the game as the band's opening act before eventually becoming Metallica. The game also contains artwork from the band's longtime collaborator Pushead and bonus features like live performances and behind-the-scenes footage. To see the entire Guitar Hero: Metallica track list, keep reading.

Metallica songs:
"All Nightmare Long"
"Battery"
"Creeping Death"
"Disposable Heroes"
"Dyers Eve"
"Enter Sandman"
"Fade To Black"
"Fight Fire With Fire"
"For Whom The Bell Tolls"
"Frantic"
"Fuel"
"Hit The Lights"
"King Nothing"
"Master of Puppets"
"Mercyful Fate (Medley)"
"No Leaf Clover"
"Nothing Else Matters"
"One"
"Orion"
"Sad But True"
"Seek And Destroy"
"The Memory Remains"
"The Shortest Straw"
"The Thing That Should Not Be"
"The Unforgiven"
"Welcome Home (Sanitarium)"
"Wherever I May Roam"
"Whiplash"

Other artists:
Alice In Chains "No Excuses"
Bob Seger "Turn The Page"
Corrosion of Conformity "Albatross"
Diamond Head "Am I Evil?"
Foo Fighters "Stacked Actors"
Judas Priest "Hell Bent For Leather"
Kyuss "Demon Cleaner"
Lynyrd Skynyrd "Tuesdays Gone"
Machine Head "Beautiful Mourning"
Mastodon "Blood And Thunder"
Mercyful Fate "Evil"
Michael Schenker Group "Armed and Ready"
Motorhead "Ace of Spades"
Queen "Stone Cold Crazy"
Samhain "Mother of Mercy"
Slayer "War Ensemble"
Social Distortion "Mommy's Little Monster"
Suicidal Tendencies "War Inside My Head"
System of a Down "Toxicity"
The Sword "Black River"
Thin Lizzy "The Boys Are Back in Town"

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