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MetallicaKill 'Em All

Label:Blackened – BLCKND003R-1U, Blackened – 00602547885289, Blackened – BLCKND003R-1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered, Repress, Red Black Marbled
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Thrash, Speed Metal

Tracklist

A1Hit The Lights
Written-ByJames Hetfield, Lars Ulrich
4:17
A2The Four Horsemen7:08
A3Motorbreath
Written-ByJames Hetfield
3:03
A4Jump In The Fire
Written-ByJames Hetfield, Lars Ulrich
4:50
A5(Anesthesia)-Pulling Teeth
Written-ByCliff Burton
3:27
A6Whiplash
Written-ByJames Hetfield, Lars Ulrich
4:06
B1Phantom Lord4:52
B2No Remorse
Written-ByJames Hetfield, Lars Ulrich
6:24
B3Seek & Destroy
Written-ByJames Hetfield, Lars Ulrich
6:50
B4Metal Militia6:06
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Notes

Inclusiv printed inner sheet with lyrics and photos.
Including download code.

[Printed on hype sticker:]
Metallica
Kill' Em All
Pressed On Limited Edition Jump In The Fire Engine Red Vinyl
[...]

[Printed on back cover:]
[...]
This Album was originally issued as Megaforce #069 (7/25/83)
[...]
℗ © 2016 Blackened Recordings, under exclusive license to Universal International Music BV.
Made in Germany.
[...]
Universal International Music BV Gerrit Van Der Veenlaan 4, 3743 DN Baarn, Netherlands.

[Printed on labels:]
[...]
℗ © 1983 Blackened Recordings
[...]

[Printed on inner sheet:]
[...]

Remastered by [...] at Howie Weinberg Mastering, Los Angeles, CA.
Vinyl masters by [...] at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Los Angeles, CA.

Recorded & mixed at […], May 1983.

[Sticker on rear sleeve:]
Made in Germany

1st cat# from hype sticker.
2nd cat# from spine, rear sleeve & inlay.
3rd cat# from labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text on sticker): 6 02455 72224 9
  • Barcode (Scanned on sticker): 602455722249
  • Barcode (Text on cover): 6 02547 88528 9
  • Barcode (Scanned on cover): 602547885289
  • Label Code: LC 01846
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Printed on label side A & B): BLCKND003R-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): BLCKND-003R-A Vinyl Up Your Ass! CB -38851- VII P.USA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): BLCKND-003R-B Made On The MetalliPress CB -38851- IX P.USA

Other Versions (5 of 524)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Kill 'Em All (LP, Album)Roadrunner RecordsRR 9902Benelux1983
Recently Edited
Kill 'Em All (LP, Album)Megaforce RecordsMRI 069US1983
Kill 'Em All (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Picture Disc)Megaforce RecordsMRI 069US1983
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Kill 'Em All (LP, Album)Bernett RecordsSB 18007France1983
Kill 'Em All (LP, Album)Music For NationsMFN 7UK1983

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Reviews

  • Full-of-Hate's avatar
    Full-of-Hate
    According to Discogs, there are about 140 vinyl versions marked here, official, unofficial and devils knows what else. Black, colored, single, double, at 33 rpm, at 45 rpm, and few bands can boast of such variability, even if these releases do not affect the state of the bank account. And in general, the more Metallica releases new albums, the more often you want to listen to something old from them =) Without delving into the specifics of the sound of the previous 139 variants, and taking into account that the reference sound is the first American press of 1983, conditionally the 140 version of 2023 is very and very good.

    This release completely covers the need to have vinyl that is pleasant to the eyes and ears - it looks amazing and sounds great. Modern production technologies give us the opportunity to get a record in a color that perfectly matches the design code of the cover. Mastering is at a high level, there is definitely not what can be called a "flat sound". The balance of the instruments allows you to hear the part of each musician, the rhythm and lead guitar are perfectly accentuated, which live on a solid foundation of the rhythm section.

    As for the quality of the products, the sleeve and insert printing are at the usual level, plus there is a protective envelope, but the vinyl was pleasantly surprised - it showed 195 grams on special scales. Perfectly smooth, really heavy vinyl with impeccable playback quality. And yes, a win-win red and black marble color. It is probably not worth evaluating the cultural value of this album. If you are reading this note, then most likely you can already sing these songs by heart. And even play a couple of riffs.If you suddenly don't have this record, then there is just a decent copy, which is still available at retail prices in many places.
    • Cruisn's avatar
      Cruisn
      How limited is this edition? Hate these so called limited editions where they press 50.000....
      • inNewMusicWeTrust's avatar
        Edited 3 months ago
        "Kill 'Em All" Is Metallica's Best LP Ever & "Garage Days" There Best EP Ever
        (In My Opinion)
        • TEX's avatar
          TEX
          Edited 3 months ago
          Is it just me or does the a side’s guitars have a horrible scratching sound to them? I thought my needle needed replacing so tried on another turntable but could still hear it behind the guitars. I can’t remember it sounding like this on one I had back around 1990?
          • Henki666's avatar
            Henki666
            seems only to be the 2016 remastered rerelease on colour... was expecting the wallmart press. not a big fan of the sound so far but don't have anything to compare to. can anyone help and tell me which version sound better?

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