|Orgullo, Pasión, y Gloria: Tres Noches en la Ciudad de México|
|Released||November 30, 2009 (Latin America only)|
|Recorded||June 4, 6 and 7, 2009 at Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico|
|Genre||Heavy metal, thrash metal|
|Producer||James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich|
|Metallica video chronology|
|Metallica live albums chronology|
Orgullo, Pasión, y Gloria: Tres Noches en la Ciudad de México or Orgulho, Paixão e Glória: Três Noites na Cidade do México, in the Portuguese version, (English: Pride, Passion and Glory: Three Nights in Mexico City) is a live video and album by the American heavy metal band Metallica, recorded at Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico on June 4, 6 and 7, 2009 during the World Magnetic Tour. It was supposed to be released in Latin America only, but it is also available in Northern Europe. The record was released in four formats:
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|1.||"Opening/The Ecstasy of Gold"||3:25|
|3.||"For Whom the Bell Tolls"||5:30|
|4.||"Ride the Lightning"||6:37|
|7.||"Broken, Beat & Scarred"||7:04|
|8.||"The Memory Remains"||5:06|
|9.||"Sad but True"||6:29|
|11.||"All Nightmare Long"||7:49|
|12.||"The Day That Never Comes"||7:56|
|13.||"Master of Puppets"||8:09|
|14.||"Fight Fire with Fire"||5:06|
|15.||"Nothing Else Matters"||7:13|
|18.||"Hit the Lights"||3:44|
|19.||"Seek & Destroy"||11:28|
|1.||"That Was Just Your Life"||7:05|
|2.||"The End of the Line"||7:50|
|3.||"Holier Than Thou"||3:56|
|7.||"Trapped Under Ice"||4:34|
|8.||"Turn the Page"||5:08|
|12.||"Wherever I May Roam"||6:53|
|13.||"Harvester of Sorrow"||5:52|
|14.||"Fade to Black"||7:26|
|15.||"...And Justice for All"||10:03|
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