Metallica ‎– ...And Justice For All

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Blackened Recordings ‎– BLCKND007-1
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Repress
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A1 Blackened
Written-By – Hetfield*, Newsted*, Ulrich*
6:40
A2 ...And Justice For All
Written-By – Hetfield*, Hammett*, Ulrich*
9:44
B1 Eye Of The Beholder
Written-By – Hetfield*, Hammett*, Ulrich*
6:25
B2 One
Written-By – Hetfield*, Ulrich*
7:24
C1 The Shortest Straw
Written-By – Hetfield*, Ulrich*
6:35
C2 Harvester Of Sorrow
Written-By – Hetfield*, Ulrich*
5:42
C3 The Frayed Ends Of Sanity
Written-By – Hetfield*, Hammett*, Ulrich*
7:40
D1 To Live Is To Die
Soloist, Lead Guitar [2nd Solo] – Hetfield*Written-By – Burton*, Hetfield*, Ulrich*
9:48
D2 Dyers Eve
Written-By – Hetfield*, Hammett*, Ulrich*
5:12

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Comes in standard vinyl jacket with a full-color lyric insert. The audio from this release is identical to the Warner Bros. pressing as identified by the runouts.

Recorded Jan.-May 1988 at 'One On One,' Los Angeles.
Mixed at Bearsville Studios, New York, June 1988.
Mastered at Masterdisk, New York.

All song published by Creeping Death Music (ASCAP).
All songs © 1988 Creeping Death Music, ASCAP.
© ℗ 1988 Blackened Recordings.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 56115 00462 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 856115004620
  • Matrix / Runout (Side One runout, etched): 470716-1A RML 2 S-67316 17861.1(3)...
  • Matrix / Runout (Side Two runout, etched): 470716-1B RML 2 S-67317 17861.2(3)...
  • Matrix / Runout (Side Three runout, etched): 470716-1C RML 2 S-67318 17861.3(3)...
  • Matrix / Runout (Side Four runout, etched): 470716-1D RML 2 S-67319 17861.4(3)...
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 331) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
60812-1, 9 60812-1 Metallica ...And Justice For All(2xLP, Album) Elektra, Elektra 60812-1, 9 60812-1 US 1988 Sell This Version
836062-4, 836 062-4 Metallica ...And Justice For All(Cass, Album, RE) Vertigo, Vertigo, PolyGram, PolyGram 836062-4, 836 062-4 Poland 1995 Sell This Version
836062-2 Metallica ...And Justice For All(CD, Album, RE) Vertigo, Phonogram 836062-2 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
775 Metallica ...And Justice For All Vol. 2(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Takt Music 775 Poland 1991 Sell This Version
9 60812-4, 60812-4 Metallica ...And Justice For All(Cass, Album, SR) Elektra, Elektra 9 60812-4, 60812-4 US 1988 Sell This Version

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MrMel

MrMel

November 10, 2018

Justice in all it's glory on vinyl it sounds AMAZING!!
Matt9670

Matt9670

September 15, 2018
I agree with the dynamic range comments and how its quiet, but as long as you turn it up it's fine. Sounds good to me on my Sennheiser hd700's though!
The_Spinning_Groove

The_Spinning_Groove

September 1, 2018
How do you make a record this quiet and still manage to lose all of the dynamic range?
jondubb35

jondubb35

July 20, 2018
Wow... What an absolutely terrible reissue. Definitely looking forward to the anniversary reissue. Hopefully done just like the first 3 anniversary box sets.
BeardedCynic

BeardedCynic

July 3, 2018
I have to crank my Marantz 2270 up to roughly 50% volume to get any sound out of this pressing. Poor pressing - do avoid.
Five5x35

Five5x35

May 31, 2018
Just bought it used today and I'm going to ask for my money back. I have a loud stereo and this record has to be played at excessively high volumes. Because it's used, any tiny dust particles or scuffs are severely loud because the record is so quiet. Even in the loudest parts the dust rocked harder than the vinyl.

If you're looking to buy a album to rock the dust, buy this.
underorbit

underorbit

March 12, 2018
edited 10 months ago

Skip this one. I think they're remastering it for a proper pressing; I'll be trading this one in and buying that one once it's released. This sounds like garbage. Pressed so quietly that you have to crank it, and then you can hear every molecule of dirt in the groove. Less bass than usual, even considering that there isn't any to begin with.
Dr.Graham

Dr.Graham

January 31, 2018
A absolut horrible mastering for this great Record! its disappointing to listen...
mongie35

mongie35

January 11, 2018
Yes must agree, was so disappointed with the sound on this, its so low, and just does not sound good at all!
skittletama

skittletama

December 31, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
I'll have to agree with the majority here that this version is not that good. It's almost similar to what I would call "radio quality". You would expect better with the amount of $$$ made in their claim to fame of this album being #5 greatest heavy metal album of all time. Instead it seems to be either sheer negligence or a cash grab in the management of this "self released" version of a classic album. The band themselves stated that the original recording wasn't the best quality to begin with & with that you can't expect a miracle. You can however with the current technology at least replicate the original quality or better. This in my honest opinion was done with the 2008 remaster under the Warner Bros label. It was half speed mastered at Mobile Fidelity from the original analog master tapes. Mobile Fidelity later gained quite a reputation for their quality reissues of classic albums in all fields under their name. This better version I speak of (2008) has this quality but at it's time of release, it seems that it was in the early stages of the big resurgence of vinyl marketing so it was not advertised to a target audience of audiophiles that now search for Mobile Fidelity (MOFI) reissues & half speed mastering. Those not so familiar with this level of audio quality are often into vinyl collecting as a simple or novel hobby & would probably be happy with any version. This demographic trend commonly uses affordable or budget conscience hardware that is often seen in combo media devices or portables.