It was a big weekend for Metallica.

Saturday, June 4, marked the 26th anniversary of the release of Load, and on Sunday, June 5, fans celebrated the 19th anniversary of St. Anger. Both of these records elicit strong emotions from 'Tallica fans, but regardless of how you feel, they're absolutely worth commemorating.

And so, that's exactly what we did on Sunday night's edition of The Ultimate Metallica Show. You can check out the full playlist below.

The Ultimate Metallica Show — Hour 1

The Ultimate Metallica Show — Hour 2

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On the next Ultimate Metallica Show, I plan to spin a few live tracks from Metallica's recent Boston Calling show. Check out the setlist and then send me a message in the CYY app and let me know which song you want to hear!

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