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    Label:Blackened – BLCKND008R-1
    Format:
    2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180 gram
    Country:Europe
    Released:
    Genre:Rock
    Style:Heavy Metal

    Tracklist

    A1Enter Sandman
    Written-ByHetfield*, Hammett*, Ulrich*
    5:29
    A2Sad But True
    Written-ByHetfield*, Ulrich*
    5:24
    A3Holier Than Thou
    Written-ByHetfield*, Ulrich*
    3:47
    B1The Unforgiven
    Written-ByHetfield*, Hammett*, Ulrich*
    6:26
    B2Wherever I May Roam
    Written-ByHetfield*, Ulrich*
    6:42
    B3Don't Tread On Me
    Written-ByHetfield*, Ulrich*
    3:59
    C1Through The Never
    Written-ByHetfield*, Hammett*, Ulrich*
    4:01
    C2Nothing Else Matters
    Arranged By [Orchestration]Michael Kamen
    Written-ByHetfield*, Ulrich*
    6:29
    C3Of Wolf And Man
    Written-ByHetfield*, Hammett*, Ulrich*
    4:16
    D1The God That Failed
    Written-ByHetfield*, Ulrich*
    5:05
    D2My Friend Of Misery
    Written-ByHetfield*, Newsted*, Ulrich*
    6:47
    D3The Struggle Within
    Written-ByHetfield*, Ulrich*
    3:51
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    Comes in a wide spine sleeve, includes an insert with lyrics.
    Includes digital download.

    Back-cover writes 2021 Blackened Recordings, while label on records writes 2019.
    Made in Germany.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Text): 6 02508 50708 3
    • Matrix / Runout (Side A): BLCKND-008R-1A You Just Stood There Pressing Vinyl CB -51241- P.USA
    • Matrix / Runout (Side B): BLCKND-008R-1B Made On The MetalliPress CB -51241- P.USA
    • Matrix / Runout (Side C): BLCKND-008R-1C You Just Stood There Pressing Vinyl CB -51242- P.USA
    • Matrix / Runout (Side D): BLCKND-008R-1D Made On The MetalliPress CB -51242- P.USA
    • Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM
    • Label Code: LC 01633

    Other Versions (5 of 454)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Metallica (2×LP, Album)Vertigo510 022-1Brazil1991
    Metallica (2×LP, Album)Elektra, Elektra61113-1, 9 61113-1US1991
    Metallica (2×LP, Album)Vertigo510 022-1Europe1991
    Metallica (CD, Album)SonySRCS 5577Japan1991
    Metallica (CD, Album)ElektraCD 61113Canada1991
    polzini's profile picture
    polzini
    Edited 12 days ago
    Sound pretty good. No such distorsion nor sibilance problems as mentioned in some comments on my copy (EU press).
    mca's profile picture
    mca
    Lots of distortions in the s vocals and sometimes in cymbals and hi-hat. Shitty pressing in my opinion. Remastered and whatnot is all a waste of time and money when you ruin all the work in the final step.
    Valeron's profile picture
    Valeron
    vinyl comparison. Here is 7 versions in this video. https://youtu.be/wfZu86oL-EU
    Welcome to my vinyl channel
    Days's profile picture
    Days
    I can confirm that there's something strange going on with the hi-hat and cymbals. Sometimes it affects vocals, like sibilance. Other than that it's a solid release: dead quiet pressing between tracks and it's not over-compressed.
    olvifa's profile picture
    olvifa
    my copy has sibilances on "nothing...", so for me, the experience was a waste of money, i tried other cartridge with other alignment to no avail. but it seems i'm in minority here.
    artmageddon's profile picture
    artmageddon
    is there a difference in sound between the American and European press?
    Mr_Philip's profile picture
    Mr_Philip
    I bought this in the summer of 1991 on release, and it was an album I moved on. It was a thing I tended to do. Sell to but kind of thing as I was in my late teens and making really crap money at my job. But of course I should have kept it, so no better time to pick it up again then on it's 30th anniversary reissue. An album with a top drawer production, everything always sounded excellent, with a clarity, powerful and dynamic. Quite often I'm unsure what a remaster will bring, IMO issuing this with the original master would have been fine, folk in studios like to twiddle the knobs too often when not really needed or really asked for.
    gpking's profile picture
    gpking
    Well, I have no object of comparison aside my CD copy. So, to me, this just sounds asolutely great. Dead quiet pressing (just a couple of minor pops at the beginning of "Nothing Else Matters" on my copy), and packing one hell of a punch as a whole. I must say I have never enjoyed this album as much before (it actually almost took those 30 years to really grow on me) and it screams SPIN ME AGAIN! every time.
    KempesOne's profile picture
    KempesOne
    Edited one month ago
    https://www.reddit.com/r/Metallica/comments/oxbmnc/metallica_metallica_black_album_cover/

    Please check out my topic about problem with "Black album" cover.
    Xiffy's profile picture
    Xiffy
    Granted, im not the biggest expert so far on vinyl (only just started my journey) but I have to say it sounds really nice, nice depth to it and the different instruments are easy to pick apart. Only slight issue I have is the relative cheap spice sleeve, personally would have prefered a gatefold.