2 of One

2 of One, vidéo sorti le 6 juin 1989, présente deux versions du clip de la chanson One de Metallica, tiré de l'album ...And Justice for All. Elle fut réalisée par Bill Pope et Michael Salomon à Los Angeles. Il s'agit du premier clip de Metallica. La vidéo a été édité devant le succès commercial du clip[1]. Il tire ses origines tout comme la chanson qu'il illustre, du film pacifiste de Dalton Trumbo "Johnny got his gun".


  • Introduction (interview de Lars Ulrich, réalisée par Steve Goldmann 5:43)
  • Original Version (7:44)
  • Jammin Version (5:05)

Les deux parties de 2 of One sont incluses sur le DVD The Videos 1989-2004, sorti le 5 décembre 2006.

Metallica.com: "…for the first time ever the "2 of One," release (which up until now has only been available on VHS) will be available on DVD."

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