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Album Features
UPC:075596081221
Artist:Metallica
Format:CD
Release Year:1988
Record Label:Elektra (Label)
Genre:Hard Rock, Rock & Pop
Number Of Discs:1

Track Listing
1. Blackened
2. ...And Justice for All
3. Eye of the Beholder
4. One
5. The Shortest Straw
6. Harvester of Sorrow
7. The Frayed Ends of Sanity
8. To Live Is to Die
9. Dyers Eve

Details
Playing Time:65 min.
Producer:Metallica, Flemming Rasmussen
Distributor:WEA (Distributor)
Recording Type:Studio
Recording Mode:Stereo
SPAR Code:ADD

Album Notes
Metallica: James Hetfield (vocals, guitar); Kirk Hammett (guitar); Jason Newsted (bass); Lars Ulrich (drums).Recorded at One To One Studio, Los Angeles, California between January & May 1988.Personnel: James Hetfield (vocals, guitar); Kirk Hammett (guitar); Lars Ulrich (drums).Audio Mixers: George Cowan; Michael Barbiero; Steve Thompson .Audio Remasterer: George Marino.Recording information: One On One, Los Angeles, CA (01/1988-05/1988).Illustrator: Pushead.Photographer: Ross Halfin.Following the tragic death of bassist Cliff Burton, Metallica regrouped with Flotsam & Jetsam bassist Jason Newsted to record this ambitious double album. Metallica made their reputation playing complex music at superhuman speed, and when James Hetfield's lyrics caught up with his compositional skills, the band became a force to be reckoned with. Everything came together on 1986's MASTER OF PUPPETS, and JUSTICE picks up where PUPPETS left off.Utilizing intricate yet crunching riffs, layered guitar melodies and intelligent lyrics, Metallica forged an identity as the leader of '80s metal. Hetfield's lyrics are often quite dark, touching on injustice (the title song), insanity ("The Frayed Ends Of Sanity") and his own troubled childhood ("Dyers Eve"). They also had a progressive streak a mile wide, as shown in the involved arrangements that often brought the song lengths close to 10 minutes. JUSTICE also marked a turning point for drummer Lars Ulrich, who began replacing his off-kilter playing with a more straightforward groove approach, and for the band, who made their first video (for "One") and thus scored their first hit.

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Created: 08/05/06

...And Justice For All

Track listing
1. Blackened
2. And Justice For All
3. Eye Of The Beholder
4. One
5. Shortest Straw, The
6. Harvester Of Sorrow
7. Frayed Ends Of Sanity, The
8. To Live Is To Die
9. Dyers Eve


Details
Playing time: 65 min.
Producer: Flemming Rasmussen, Metallica
Distributor: WEA
Recording type: Studio
Recording mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: ADD


Album notes
Metallica: James Hetfield (vocals, guitar); Kirk Hammett (guitar); Jason Newsted (bass); Lars Ulrich (drums).
Recorded at One To One Studio, Los Angeles, California between January & May 1988.
Following the tragic death of bassist Cliff Burton, Metallica regrouped with Flotsam & Jetsam bassist Jason Newsted to record this ambitious double album. Metallica made their reputation playing complex music at superhuman speed, and when James Hetfield's lyrics caught up with his compositional skills, the band became a force to be reckoned with. Everything came together on 1986's MASTER OF PUPPETS, and JUSTICE picks up where PUPPETS left off.
Utilizing intricate yet crunching riffs, layered guitar melodies and intelligent lyrics, Metallica forged an identity as the leader of '80s metal. Hetfield's lyrics are often quite dark, touching on injustice (the title song), insanity ("The Frayed Ends Of Sanity") and his own troubled childhood ("Dyers Eve"). They also had a progressive streak a mile wide, as shown in the involved arrangements that often brought the song lengths close to 10 minutes. JUSTICE also marked a turning point for drummer Lars Ulrich, who began replacing his off-kilter playing with a more straightforward groove approach, and for the band, who made their first video (for "One") and thus scored their first hit.

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Created: 12/17/10

Unto the Masses

This is the album which opened up Metallica for all to know. The song One was the first Music Video that hit MTV by storm. This is the first album after Cliff's death and the addition of Jason Newsted... who was the best bassist Metallica had. Sadly Lars and James figured this out too late.

This is a great album of pounding double base and just rockin metal.

This is the last of the great Metallica albums of the 80's before the regressed to the Black Album and corporate America. You can rock to great tunes, like blacken and hear the great rendition of "Johnny Get Your Gun" as portrayed in the the song One.

This is a must buy for the Metallica collector and true fans of metal.

So put on your jean jacket and crank it up to 10.... and most of all Enjoy!!!

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Created: 01/15/06

Essential Listening - Metallica's Progressive Side

Complex arrangements, odd time signatures, epic songs. No, I'm not talking about Yes or Dream Theater. I'm talking about Metallica and their 1988 offering "...And Justice for All." Here is Metallica at the height of their complexity and depth, taking off from where their masterpiece "Master of Puppets" left off. The subjectmatter is dark and, at times, dismal and forboding. But the music is enlightened, in your face metal. "...And Justice for All" was Metallica's answer to progressive metal before turning to simpler arrangements with the "Black Album."

I would give five stars if the bass was actually existent in the mix. Jason Newstead, an excellent bass player, is missing from the album. The bass guitar is simply not there, and that's disappointing. Otherwise, it would be an truly excellent album.

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Created: 02/26/08

Taken My sight

Lets start with "One" definatly among the best of Metallica. This was the First CD I got from Metallica, didn't listen to them much until the song "One", I had to let "Shortest Straw" and a couple of others on here to grow on me, but after I loved them all.

Most People don't relize is that this had to be one of the hardest for Metallica cause it came after the death of their Bassist "Cliff Burton", so now their new bassist "Jason Newstead" has to live up to one of the best Bassist their was. But they pulled it off.

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Created: 04/14/08

go ahead and complete your collection...

This is a good, long-playing album, though its certainly not Metallica's best. If you're a guitar kid who likes to learn complicated riffs and show them off to your so-called friends, you'll like this album a whole lot. However, if you're a fan of well-mixed quality thrash albums to listen to over & over, you'll be disappointed with this album's production and overall quality. '...and Justice for All' sounds very tinny, thin, and to a degree incomplete and disjointed in comparison to their other works; it also does not come across as an instant classic as 'Master of Puppets' does. Make sure to turn up the bass more than you're used to while listening to this one, you might be able to hear it.

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