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Metallica - ...And Justice for All [Japanese SHM-CD Edition] (1988 / 2010)
Metallica - ...And Justice for All [Japanese SHM-CD Edition] (1988 / 2010)

Performer: Metallica
Album: ...And Justice for All [Japanese SHM-CD Edition]
Label: Universal International
Catalog #: UICY-94665
Style: Thrash Metal
Year: 1988 (Reissued in 2010)
Country: United Kingdom
Format: mp3 CBR@320kbps Stereo / FLAC (image/cue/log)
Size rar: MP3 (149MB) - FLAC (479MB) - Scans (21MB)
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01. Blackened - 6:42
02. ...And Justice For All - 9:46
03. Eye Of The Beholder - 6:25
04. One - 7:25
05. The Shortest Straw - 6:34
06. Harvester Of Sorrow - 5:44
07. The Frayed Ends Of Sanity - 7:42
08. To Live Is To Die - 9:47
09. Dyers Eve - 5:12
Total Playing Time: [01:05:18]

Members in this Release:
James Hetfield - Vocals, Guitars (rhythm)
Kirk Hammett - Guitars (lead)
Lars Ulrich - Drums
Jason Newsted - Bass

• Release date:

August 25th, 1988

The first album with Jason Newsted.

The album's central theme is "Injustice".

Metallica's first promotional video was shot for "One". Three different versions/edits of that video exist, featuring cuts from the movie "Johnny Got His Gun", on which it is based.

Cliff Burton receives co-writer's credit on "To Live Is to Die" as the bass line was a medley of unused bass recordings Burton had performed prior to his death. While the original recordings are not used on the track, the compositions are credited as written by Burton and are played by Metallica's bassist at the time, Jason Newsted. The words spoken towards the end of the song ("when a man lies, he murders some part of the world...") by Hetfield were written by German poet Paul Gerhardt, but are mis-attributed to Burton in the liner notes.

With regards to the album's mix, and according to Flemming Rasmussen, Lars and James asked to ‘Take the bass down so you can just hear it, and then once you’ve done that take it down a further 3dBs.’

• Recording information:

Recorded from January to May, 1988 at One on One in Los Angeles, California.
Mixed in June, 1988 at Bearsville Studios in New York.
Mastered at Masterdisk in New York.

Category: Thrash Metal, Speed Metal, Groove Metal | Views: 526 | Added by: MetalMassacre | Tags: Metallica, 2010, Thrash Metal, USA, 1988 | Rating: 0.0/0
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