Bleeding Me

Bleeding Me
Bleeding Me
Single par Metallica
extrait de l’album Load
Sortie 1996
Enregistrement 1995 - 1996
Durée 8:18
Genre Hard rock
Heavy metal
Format Single
Parolier Kirk Hammett
James Hetfield
Lars Ulrich
Compositeur James Hetfield
Lars Ulrich
Producteur Bob Rock
Label Elektra Records
Singles de Metallica
King Nothing (1997)
The Memory Remains (1997)

Bleeding Me est la 7ème piste sur l'album de 1996 Load de Metallica. La chanson est considérée comme un grand exemple du son "Metal Progressif" du groupe, incorporant différents styles, paroles plus profondes, et de multiples changements de tempo, trouvé sur l'album Load, et son successeur, ReLoad.

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  • Bleeding Me — Single infobox Name = Bleeding Me Artist = Metallica from Album = Load B side = Bleeding Me (Radio edit) Released = 1997 Recorded = May 1995 February 1996 at The Plant Studios, Sausalito, California Genre = Hard rock Length = 8:18 Writer = Kirk… …   Wikipedia

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