In 1990, when Metallica were working on an album that would establish them as metal stars, the band’s frontman James Hatfield missed his girlfriend and often called her. In one of these conversations, he played something on the guitar in parallel, and as a result, these sketches marked the beginning of a hit with The Black Album – Nothing Else Matters.

Only later did Lars Ulrich hear the fragment Hatfield had composed and insisted on turning it into a song. And although James’s relationship ended a long time ago, Nothing Else Matters does not leave Metallica’s setlist.

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