1) Sgt. Hetfield’s Motorbreath Pub Band
3) Blackened The U.S.S.R.
5) Helvester of Skelter
6) A Garage Dayz Nite
7) Anesthesia (I’m Only Sleeping)
8) Leper Madonna
9) Ktulu (He’s So Heavy)
10) For Horsemen
11) Hey Dude
12) Sgt. Hetfield’s (Reprise)
13) …And Justice For All My Loving
AllMusicGuide.com album review by Greg Prato
Remember the band Dread Zeppelin? Well, here’s a reminder — they’re a band that caused a minor stir in the early ’90s when they took Led Zeppelin classics, added a dash of reggae, and were fronted by an Elvis Presley impersonator (who alternated between reciting Zeppelin and Elvis lyrics). It was perhaps only a matter of time until another group came along that mashed together two other renowned rock acts, and while Zeppelin and Elvis aren’t exactly universes apart musically, the Beatles and Metallica are — which makes the emergence of Beatallica much more of a curiosity. And somehow the band (whose members go by such colorful nom de plumes as Jaymz Lennfield, Grg Hammettson, Kliff McBurtney, and Ringo Larz) mixes and matches Beatles and Metallica riffs/lyrics pretty flawlessly — as evidenced throughout 2007′s Sgt. Hetfield’s Motorbreath Pub Band. First off, it must be stated that it is absolutely eerie how much Lennfield is able to replicate James Hetfield’s manly bark (it really does sound as if it’s the actual Metallica singer throughout). Some of the tracks are a bit silly — such as “A Garage Dayz Nite” and “Ktulu (He’s So Heavy)” — but you have to give the quartet credit for how they craftily merge “Enter Sandman” and “Taxman” together, as…”Sandman.” The next time you’re going to party with headbanging pals, put on Sgt. Hetfield’s Motorbreath Pub Band toward the end of the night, and watch their mullets spin as they enter this bizarro world.