Looking at the whole game, Guitar Hero: Metallica has so many colossal errors (many of which are just screw ups without any reason whatsoever) that it it's ridiculous. Neversoft should be ashamed. That it's still worth playing through, and perhaps even owning, is a testament to the game's remarkable soundtrack and note charts. If only they had made their way to, say, Guitar Hero: World Tour or Rock Band 2. Now that would have been something worth busting your axe over.