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MetallicaRide The Lightning

Label:Blackened – BLCKND004R-1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Thrash, Speed Metal

Tracklist

A1Fight Fire With Fire
Written-ByBurton*, Hetfield*, Ulrich*
4:44
A2Ride The Lightning
Written-ByBurton*, Mustaine*, Hetfield*, Ulrich*
6:36
A3For Whom The Bell Tolls
Written-ByBurton*, Hetfield*, Ulrich*
5:10
A4Fade To Black
Written-ByBurton*, Hetfield*, Hammett*, Ulrich*
6:56
B1Trapped Under Ice
Written-ByHetfield*, Hammett*, Ulrich*
4:03
B2Escape
Written-ByHetfield*, Hammett*, Ulrich*
4:23
B3Creeping Death
Written-ByBurton*, Hetfield*, Hammett*, Ulrich*
6:36
B4The Call Of Ktulu
Bass [Lead]Cliff Burton
Written-ByBurton*, Mustaine*, Hetfield*, Ulrich*
8:52
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Includes 320kbps Download Card.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 858978005059
  • Barcode (Printed): 8 58978 00505 9
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched): -38857- BLCKND-004R-A Vinyl Up Your Ass! CB P. USA
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched): -38857- BLCKND-004R-B Made On The Metalli Press CB P. USA

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Ride The Lightning (LP, Album)Roadrunner RecordsRR 9848Europe1984
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Ride The Lightning (LP, Album)Megaforce RecordsMRI 769US1984
Ride The Lightning (LP, Album, Reissue, SP)Elektra, Elektra60396-1, 9 60396-1US1984
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Ride The Lightning (LP, Album, White Label)Banzai RecordsBRC 1909Canada1984
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Ride The Lightning (LP, Album)Music For NationsMFN 27UK1984
  • danfigh's avatar
    danfigh
    This far better and clearer than the MOP release by the Blackened mob. Haven’t listened to the original but it’s better than any CD copy or digital release I’ve heard.
    • jase17021981's avatar
      jase17021981
      I’m not sure what you’re all hearing as opposed to myself. This pressing lacks dynamics massively. I’ve played it loud, I’ve played it quiet, I’ve played it a bunch. There’s no punch in the bass, nothing cuts through anything. It’s all just there. I’ve got a technics 1200mk2, shure m97xe through a luxman amp. It’s not throwing the sound like I’d expect such a ‘great’ pressing to do
      • riotstoejam's avatar
        riotstoejam
        Great sounding no complaints! Some of the best metal songs of all time
        • captainkirkasmith's avatar
          I have the OG UK version which blows this one out of the water. I bought this first and it sounded flat. which is not what I remembered back in the day when I had this album. So I invested in a original release which cost me about $40 a couple of years ago and it was well worth it.
          • rambolambo's avatar
            rambolambo
            this sounds really good way more vibrant and living then the mop remaster i wanted an original but this sounds great
            • Scoobybooo's avatar
              Scoobybooo
              I have a defective copy unfortunately, there's a MASSIVE electrostatic on the left channel for the entirety of side A, and on side B just as Call of Ktulu comes on. For the parts that do not have this issue, it just sounds pretty medicre. Can't really recommend this one, but i might get that Walmart Electric Blue edition to see if it sounds any different.
              • ohboy360's avatar
                ohboy360
                Good pressing. No pops/clicks, quiet background between tracks. Flat, centered. I recommend this.
                • brunogolsen's avatar
                  brunogolsen
                  Sounds awesome :) Got a bit confused at the beginning, though, but it turns out my copy has the side one label on both sides :)
                  • adisonrain's avatar
                    adisonrain
                    I have the original Megaforce pressing and I have to say this remastered reissue is as close as you are going to get to it. You will also save a lot of money. I did a side by side comparison and the difference is so slight, it’s a really good, flat, dead quiet copy. I didn’t hear much “remastering”, maybe a little more separation of the guitars. What I don’t like is the graphics are terrible on the cover, it really looks like instead of locating the original files, they just scanned an already printed copy as the highlights are blown out and the shadows are gone. Sad. But the music quality of the pressing has much improved over all the rest of those awful Warner pressings and I guess that’s the important part. Rock on.
                    • MyBassistIsAHorse's avatar
                      20 bucks for a great sounding record! What a steal! Amazing album all the way through, couldn’t recommend this pressing more for the price.