|Six Feet Down Under|
|EP by Metallica|
|Released||September 20, 2010 (Australia and New Zealand only)|
|Recorded||May 4, 1989 - January 21, 2004, Australia|
|Metallica EPs chronology|
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|1.||"Eye of the Beholder"||May 4, 1989 at Festival Hall, Melbourne||6:33|
|2.||"...And Justice for All"||May 4, 1989 at Festival Hall, Melbourne||9:53|
|3.||"Through the Never"||April 8, 1993 at the Entertainment Centre, Perth||3:40|
|4.||"The Unforgiven"||April 4, 1993 at the National Tennis Centre, Melbourne||7:02|
|5.||"Low Man's Lyric" (Acoustic)||April 11, 1998 at the Entertainment Centre, Perth||7:00|
|6.||"Devil's Dance"||April 12, 1998 at the Entertainment Centre, Perth||5:49|
|7.||"Frantic"||January 21, 2004 at the Entertainment Centre, Sydney||7:46|
|8.||"Fight Fire with Fire"||January 19, 2004 at the Entertainment Centre, Brisbane||5:09|
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