|A Tribute to the Four Horsemen|
| Compilation album by |
|Genre||Thrash metal, heavy metal|
|Label||Nuclear Blast America|
A Tribute to the Four Horsemen is a tribute album to thrash metal band Metallica. It was re-issued by Nuclear Blast Records in 2003 with a slightly different track listing. The album title is in reference to "The Four Horsemen" from Kill 'Em All and contains covers of songs by Metallica from Kill 'Em All to ReLoad , but omits Load .
The liner notes were written by German music journalist Christof Leim, then working for the German edition of Metal Hammer magazine.
|1.||"Seek & Destroy"||Primal Fear||Kill 'Em All||7:10|
|2.||"Fight Fire with Fire"||Therion||Ride the Lightning||4:28|
|3.||"Whiplash"||Destruction||Kill 'Em All||3:32|
|4.||"Phantom Lord"||Anthrax||Kill 'Em All||4:29|
|5.||"Fade to Black"||Sonata Arctica||Ride the Lightning||5:43|
|6.||"Master of Puppets"||Burden of Grief||Master of Puppets||9:09|
|7.||"My Friend of Misery"||Dark Tranquillity||Metallica||5:25|
|8.||"One"||Crematory||...And Justice for All||4:24|
|9.||"Eye of the Beholder"||In Flames||...And Justice for All||5:31|
|10.||"The Thing That Should Not Be" (original)|
"Welcome Home (Sanitarium)" (re-issue)
| Primus |
|Master of Puppets||6:43|
|11.||"Harvester of Sorrow" (original)|
"The Memory Remains" (re-issue)
| Apocalyptica |
|...And Justice for All|
"Wherever I May Roam" (re-issue)
| Die Krupps |
|Master of Puppets|
|13.||"Wherever I May Roam" (original)|
"Damage, Inc." (re-issue)
Master of Puppets
|14.||"Motorbreath" (Live) (omitted from re-issue)||Rage||Kill 'Em All||3:03|
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