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Unforgiven II Single, Import

4.4 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

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Japanese Exclusive EP Release featuring the Demo Version of the Title Track and Classic Live Tracks as Well.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. The Unforgiven II
  2. The Thing That Should Not Be (Live)
  3. The Memory Remains (Live)
  4. No Remorse (Live)
  5. Am I Evil? (Live)
  6. The Unforgiven II (Demo)


Product Details

  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Import
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B000008911
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #675,188 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A Customer on July 16, 1999
Format: Audio CD
It may not be as good as some heavy metallica songs, but as a ballad, it kicks! I can't get it out of my head (which is good) and it is much better than the unforgiven I which sucks majorly. However, Reload (the album which this comes from) doesn't have the quality of this song. Top Class!!
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Format: Audio CD
INFO: The American release of the Unforgiven 2 single.
Track 01: The Unforgiven 2 (6:36) (From the album ReLOAD)
Track 02: The Thing That Should Not Be (Live) (7:09) (Original version available on the album MASTER OF PUPPETS)
REVIEW: The Unforgiven 2 ballad will sound a bit strange if you are a fan of the original Unforgiven song, however it won't take long before you'll be singing the lyrics in a duet with James. This time a man in looking on his past and realizing that he was stubborn and did make a big mistake, asking for his girlfriend's love, knowing he doesn't deserve it, and that she 'is Unforgiven Too.' More like a reprise of the original Unforgiven, yet unique in it's own way, different than most 2-part songs released before.
First things first: the print on the actual CD identifies The Thing That Should Not Be (Live) as having a play time of 4:40. However, the actual play time is 7:09. With that said and done, the song is a must-have for anybody who enjoys a great heavy and mysterious song bordering on the edge of insanity leading up to a dramatic climax and a sudden ending. Not your typical low-quality live track.
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I have always thought that The Unforgiven 2 pales in comparison to the original, and that is the main reason that I haven't given this the full 5 stars that the live tracks would be worth. The live tracks are all well performed, and being recorded in what is actually a nightclub here in the UK, you get the genuine impression of a really good and close atmosphere.b A good buy, but only if you like live tracks, otherwise this may be worth avoiding.
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Format: Audio CD
METALLICA'S Unfogiven 2 [CD-SINGLE] is worth the money! Both track's (Unfogiven 2, and The Thing That Should Not Be(Live)* are awsome in there own METALLICA kind of way! It's a good single to add to any METALLICA collection! No, Unforgiven 2 is not there best song, but with The Thing That Should Not Be(Live)*, it makes one great CD-SINGLE! That all METALLICA fan's can apperciate!
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By A Customer on August 2, 1998
Format: Audio CD
Track 1: Unforgiven II, not as good as Unforgiven but still very good. Track 2: Helpless (live), a cover of an old Diamond Head song, very rocky, better than original version. Track 3: The Four Horsemen (live), excellent version of one of their best songs Track 4: Of Wolf And Man (live) one of their best live songs
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Awesome Live cuts from the 1997 Europe Tour a must have!!! for any true metallica fan, both new and old songs. 1. Unforgiven II (album) not bad 2.The Thing that Should Not Be (live) awesome 3. Memory Remains (live) good-pretty good 4. King Nothing (live) unbelievable
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Okay, people, let's get one thing straight right now: Metallica is nowhere near country. It seems to be the new mantra for those wishing to bash the "new" Metallica, but only makes them look even more ignorant. A song is not made country by tossing in an acoustic guitar or slowing the tempo, contrary to the beliefs of many fools. As opposed to the bozos that keep harping on this supposed "country"ness of Metallica, I LISTEN to country as well as Metallica, and listened for years before I knew who Metallica was. I don't pretend to be an expert on Metallica, but I do know what's country, and trust me, they ain't it.
"Unforgiven II," continuing the story of "The Unforgiven" from the (in)famous "black album," is a terrific song. (I'll leave the arguing over whether it's "proper" Metallica to people who have more time on their hands than I do.) The storyline is Metallica-dark and the music complements it well. It's worth having if only to find out how "The Unforgiven" ends, but stands just as well on its own.
Country, though? Please. Either learn more about country music or find another epithet to hurl at the band.
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The Unforgiven II is a song much like the original, Unforgiven, as far as the chord-progressions and riffs. The instrumentation and vocal stylings give this second version a more "country" sound and is less haunting than the first. It isn't for the fan that just wants to hear Seek & Destroy 1,000 times in a row. If you can get over the fact that Metallica aren't the same thrash-metal heads they used to be, this isn't a bad song. To my ears, the recording isn't as polished here as on the original Unforgiven. It sounds more raw. That isn't a complaint, just an observation. I WILL complain about Side 2, however. This is a poorly performed live version of an otherwise cool song: The Thing That Should Not Be. Hetfield's voice is so far off-the-mark it makes me sea-sick. The recording is mud too. Did Metallica approve this? Why?
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