Metallica - Brothers in Arms [Day 2 version]





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Published on May 29, 2008

Metallica perform a great cover of Dire Straits' super hit 'Brothers in arms' in Bridge School Benefit.

This version is from day two and it's way more better than the other version.


A nice Dire Straits version; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUIrGp...

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Chillin In SD
wow fuck this shit..im a dire fan who wandered here cuz i also like Metallica but what a piece of garbage this is...surprised Metallica couldn't do any better cuz they cover thin Lizzy, phil Lynott and bob seger pretty good amongst others...Metallica..you rock but you cant touch the KNOP
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Dale S
Sorry, but NO ONE can portray the emotion on the guitar near Mark Knopfler's level. It's not how many notes you can hit per second, rather painting a picture with what you do play. Mark Knopfler - David Gilmour says it all.
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Matt Spet
One of those songs you just don't go near to even attempt to cover!
Luís Costa
i respect everyone's opinion, but i love this cover. well played and with a lot of feeling, in my honest opinion.
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Vasco Cabral
I like Metallica but... Mr. Kirk: please, stop!
For those of you that never heard the original version, may I suggest you listen to the Mandela concert, Mark was smoking hot that night!!
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Metallica is shit.
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fred dagg
respect is what it is all about
Vincent Power
I actually like way he goes into a more metal yelling type vocal towards the end of the song. I think this sounds good.
It's pretty disastrous, but hats off for the attempt! Hammett sure does what he can, though.
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