The Grammy Award-winning heavy metal band Metallica has shared the alternate version of the band’s classic track “Sad But True (Take 36 – February 5th, 1991)” taken from the “Rough & Alternate Mixes” from the Black Album’s 30th-anniversary remastered deluxe box set.
The band has recently updated its official social media accounts to reveal the alternate version of the “Sad But True.” According to the band, they went through too many different stuff while they were recording “Black Album.”
“As we were recording the version of ‘Sad But True’ that made ‘The Black Album,’ we went through dozens of takes in the studio,” Metallica said. “Check out Take 36 from February 5, 1991, available in the deluxe box set.”
As we were recording the version of “Sad But True” that made “The Black Album,” we went through dozens of takes in the studio. Check out Take 36 from February 5, 1991, available in the deluxe box set.
— Metallica (@Metallica) June 29, 2021
The 16-times-platinum-certified Black Album will celebrate its 30th-anniversary with its definitive re-release, including standard CD, 180-gram double vinyl LP and 3 CD expanded edition, digital, and limited-edition deluxe box set, 6 DVDs, a 120-page hardcover book, four tour laminates, three guitar picks, three lithos, a Metallica lanyard, a folder with lyric sheets, and a download card.
The recently announced Blacklist album will celebrate the enduring influence of this musical milestone of Metallica. In the newest version of the album, there are 53 massive artists to cover the band’s unique songs.
The Blacklist album proves that the music world is intertwined with each other. On the album, we saw that some pop and rock artists such as Miley Cyrus, J Balvin, Corey Taylor, Elton John, and more cover Metallica.
Much more than an album, The album will show the whole music world that the 3-times Grammy Award-winner metal band Metallica is the connection of the different genres.
The two covers of Metallica, Nothing Else Matters by Miley Cyrus featuring Andrew Watt, Elton John, Yo-Yo Ma, Robert Trujillo and Chad Smith, and “Sad But True” by St. Vincent featuring Sam Fender and Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit have already published.