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Tracklist

1One
Written-By – Hetfield, Ulrich
7:24
2The Shortest Straw
Written-By – Hetfield, Ulrich
6:35
3Dyers Eve
Written-By – Hetfield, Hammett, Ulrich
5:12
4Eye Of The Beholder
Written-By – Hetfield, Hammett, Ulrich
6:25
5...And Justice For All
Written-By – Hetfield, Hammett, Ulrich
9:44
6Blackened
Written-By – Hetfield, Newsted, Ulrich
6:40
7To Live Is To Die
Soloist [2nd Solo] – HetfieldWritten-By – Burton, Hetfield, Ulrich
9:48
8Harvester Of Sorrow
Written-By – Hetfield, Ulrich
5:42
9The Frayed Ends Of Sanity
Written-By – Hetfield, Hammett, Ulrich
7:40

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
60812-1, 9 60812-1Metallica ...And Justice For All ‎(2xLP, Album)Elektra, Elektra60812-1, 9 60812-1US1988
9 60812-4, 60812-4Metallica ...And Justice For All ‎(Cass, Album)Elektra, Elektra9 60812-4, 60812-4US1988
836 062-4, CP 1171Metallica ...And Justice For All ‎(Cass, Album, RE)Vertigo, Universal836 062-4, CP 1171South KoreaUnknown
BLCKND007R-4Metallica ...And Justice For All ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd, RM)Blackened RecordingsBLCKND007R-4Europe2018
noneMetallica ...And Justice For All ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Not On Label (Metallica)noneBulgariaUnknown

Credits

  • BassJason Newsted
  • DrumsLars Ulrich
  • EngineerFlemming Rasmussen
  • Engineer [Assistant And Additional]Toby "Rage" Wright
  • Lead GuitarKirk Hammett
  • Lyrics ByHetfield (tracks: 1 to 7, 9)
  • Mastered ByBob Ludwig
  • Mixed ByMichael Barbiero, Steve Thompson
  • Mixed By [Assistant Engineer]George Cowan
  • ProducerFlemming Rasmussen, Metallica
  • Vocals, Rhythm GuitarJames Hetfield
  • Written-ByHammett (tracks: 2, 3, 7, 9)
  • Written-By, Arranged ByUlrich
  • Written-By, Arranged By, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Harmony And Melody]Hetfield
  • Arranged ByHetfield, Ulrich
  • BassJason Newsted
  • Cover [Cover Concept]Hetfield, Ulrich
  • Design, LayoutReiner Design Consultants, Inc.
  • DrumsLars Ulrich
  • EngineerFlemming Rasmussen
  • Engineer [Assistant And Additional Engineering]Toby "Rage" Wright
  • Engineer [Assistant Mixing Engineer]George Cowan
  • Guitar [Harmony, Melody], Rhythm Guitar, Vocals, Acoustic GuitarJames Hetfield
  • Illustration [Cover]Stephen Gorman
  • Illustration [Hammer]Pushead
  • Lacquer Cut ByRML
  • Lead GuitarKirk Hammett
  • Lyrics ByHetfield (tracks: A to F, H)
  • ManagementQ Prime Inc.
  • Mastered ByBob Ludwig, RML
  • Mixed BySteve Thompson And Michael Barbiero
  • Photography ByRoss "Tobacco Road" Halfin
  • ProducerMetallica
  • Producer [Produced With]Flemming Rasmussen
  • Written-ByHetfield, Hammett (tracks: B, C, F, H), Ulrich
  • Arranged ByHetfield, Ulrich
  • BassJason Newsted
  • Booking [Travel, New York]Linden Travel, Marla Wax Ferguson
  • Concept By [Cover]Hetfield, Ulrich
  • Cover, IllustrationStephen Gorman
  • Crew [Crew Fuckers 88/89]'Not So Big' Mick Hughes, Andy 'I've Toned Down' Battye, Bobby 'Slender' Schneider, Danny 'It was Working A Minute Ago' Murphy, Flemming 'Cymbal Holder' Larsen, Steve 'Blood' Fowler, Tony 'Swift' Smith, Zach 'Don't Even Look Through' Harmon
  • Design [T-Shirt & Art Guy]Pushead
  • Design, LayoutReiner Design Consultants, Inc.
  • DrumsLars Ulrich
  • EngineerFlemming Rasmussen
  • Engineer [Assistant And Additional]Toby 'Rage' Wright
  • Engineer [Assistant Mixing]George Cowan
  • Engineer [Drum Trax]Mike Clink (tracks: C1, C2)
  • Guitar [Harmony & Melody], Acoustic GuitarHetfield
  • Illustration [Hammer]Pushead
  • Lacquer Cut ByRML
  • Lead GuitarKirk Hammett
  • Legal [Representation, Los Angeles]Peter Paterno
  • Lyrics ByBurton (tracks: D1), Hetfield (tracks: A1 to C3, D2)
  • ManagementCliff Burnstein, Peter Mensch, Q Prime Inc.
  • Management [Accounting, San Francisco]Fred Duffin, Joni Schneider, Siegel & Feldstein
  • Management [Agency Representation, London]Fair Warning , John Jackson
  • Management [Agency Representation, New York]ICM , Marsha Vlasic
  • Management [Immigration, New York]Gail Leibowitz
  • Management [Management Staff]George Knemeyer, Linda Walker, Q Prime Inc.
  • Mastered ByBob Ludwig
  • Mixed BySteve Thompson And Michael Barbiero
  • Other [Merchandising, New York / Toronto / London] – Brockum
  • Photography By [All Photos]Ross 'Tobacco Road' Halfin
  • ProducerFlemming Rasmussen, Metallica
  • Rhythm Guitar, VocalsJames Hetfield
  • Artwork [T-shirt & Art Guy]Pushead
  • BassJason Newsted
  • Design Concept [Cover Concept]James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich
  • DrumsLars Ulrich
  • EngineerFlemming Rasmussen
  • Engineer [Assistant & Additional]Toby Wright
  • Engineer [Assistant Mixing]George Cowan
  • Lead GuitarKirk Hammett
  • Legal [Representation]Peter Paterno
  • Lyrics ByJames Hetfield (tracks: 1 to 7, 9)
  • ManagementCliff Burnstein, Peter Mensch
  • Management [Staff]George Knemeyer, Linda Walker
  • Mastered ByBob Ludwig
  • Mixed BySteve Thompson & Michael Barbiero
  • Other [Accounting] – Fred Duffin, Joni Schneider
  • Other [Immigration] – Gail Leibowitz
  • Other [Travel] – Marla Wax
  • Photography ByRoss Halfin
  • ProducerMetallica
  • Producer [Additional]Flemming Rasmussen
  • Rhythm Guitar, VocalsJames Hetfield
  • BassJason Newsted
  • Cover [Cover Concept]Hetfield, Ulrich
  • Design, LayoutReiner Design Consultants, Inc.
  • DrumsLars Ulrich
  • EngineerFlemming Rasmussen
  • Engineer [Additional Engineering]Toby ´Rage´ Wright
  • Engineer [Assistant Mixing Engineer]George Cowan
  • Engineer [Drum]Mike Clink (tracks: B1, B2)
  • Illustration [Cover Illustration]Stephen Gorman
  • Illustration [Hammer Illustration]Pushead
  • Lead GuitarKirk Hammett
  • ManagementCliff Burnstein, Peter Mensch, Q Prime Inc.
  • Mastered ByBob Ludwig
  • Mixed BySteve Thompson & Michael Barbiero
  • Photography ByRoss ´Tobacco Road´ Halfin
  • ProducerFlemming Rasmussen, Metallica
  • Reissue ProducerGreg Fidelman
  • Remastered ByReuben Cohen
  • Rhythm Guitar, VocalsJames Hetfield
  • Arranged ByHetfield, Ulrich
  • Artwork [T-shirt & Art Guy]Pushead
  • BassJason Newsted
  • Design Concept [Cover Concept]Hetfield, Ulrich
  • Design, LayoutReiner Design Consultants, Inc.
  • DrumsLars Ulrich
  • EngineerFlemming Rasmussen
  • Engineer [Assistant And Additional Engineering]Toby 'Rage' Wright
  • Engineer [Assistant Mixing Engineer]George Cowan
  • Engineer [Drum Trax]Mike Clink (tracks: B1, B2)
  • Illustration [Cover Illustration]Stephen Gorman
  • Illustration [Hammer Illustration]Pushead
  • Lead GuitarKirk Hammett
  • ManagementCliff Burnstein, Peter Mensch
  • Management [Agency Representation]John Jackson , Marsha Vlasic
  • Management [Management Staff]George Knemeyer, Linda Walker
  • Mastered ByBob Ludwig
  • Mixed BySteve Thompson And Michael Barbiero
  • Other [Accounting] – Fred Duffin, Joni Schneider
  • Other [Immigration] – Gail Leibowitz
  • Other [Legal Representation] – Peter Paterno
  • Other [Merchandising] – Brockum
  • Other [Travel] – Marla Wax Ferguson
  • Photography By [All Photos]Ross 'Tobacco Road' Halfin
  • ProducerFlemming Rasmussen, Metallica
  • Rhythm Guitar, VocalsJames Hetfield
  • Arranged By [All Arrangements By]Hetfield, Ulrich
  • BassJason Newsted
  • Booking [Agency Representation]Fair Warning , ICM
  • Booking [Fair Warning]John Jackson
  • Booking [ICM]Marsha Vlasic
  • Design Concept [Cover Concept]Hetfield, Ulrich
  • Design, LayoutReiner Design Consultants, Inc.
  • DrumsLars Ulrich
  • EngineerFlemming Rasmussen
  • Engineer [Assistant And Additional]Toby 'Rage' Wright
  • Engineer [Assistant Mixing]George Cowan
  • Engineer [Drum Trax]Mike Clink
  • Illustration [Cover]Stephen Gorman
  • Illustration [Hammer]Pushead
  • Lead GuitarKirk Hammett
  • Legal [Legal Representation]Peter Paterno
  • Lyrics ByBurton, Hetfield
  • ManagementCliff Burnstein, Peter Mensch, Q Prime Inc
  • Management [Staff]George Knemeyer, Linda Walker
  • Mastered ByBob Ludwig
  • Mixed BySteve Thompson And Michael Barbiero
  • Photography By [All Photos]Ross 'Tobacco Road' Halfin
  • ProducerMetallica
  • Producer [With]Flemming Rasmussen
  • Rhythm Guitar [All Harmony, Melody And Acoustic Guitars On All Songs], VocalsJames Hetfield

Notes

℗© 1988 Elektra/Asylum RecordsComes 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.Recorded Jan.-May 1988 at 'One on One', Los Angeles.
Mixed at Bearsville Studios, New York, June 1988.
Mastered at Masterdisk, New York.

Management for Q Prime Inc.
Agency representation: ICM/Marsha Vlasic, New York
Fair Warning/John Jackson, London.
Accounting for Siegel & Feldstein, San Francisco.
Legal representation: Peter Paterno, Los Angeles.
Merchandising: Brockum/New York, Toronto, London.
Travel for Linden Travel, New York.
Immigration: Gail Leibowitz, New York.

All songs © 1988 Creeping Death Music, ASCAP

Elektra/Asylum Records, a division of Warner Communications, Inc. 75 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10019. 9229 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90069

℗ © 1988 Elektra/Asylum Records. Printed in U.S.A.

Both versions of the catalog number are printed on the release:
9 60812-4 on the spine
60812-4 on the cassette2008 quadruple vinyl box set reissue on 180 gram vinyl. Remastered at half-speed, each record is 45 rpm. Lyrics sheet included.

Part of Metallica "45 RPM Series".Disc: MADE IN W. GERMANY℗©1988 Elektra Entertainment, a division of Warner Communications Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.
Distributed by/Distribue par Warner Music Canada Ltd, A Time Warner Company.

Album

Three decades later, Justice arguably stands as the only Metallica album thats as beloved as it is controversial. Vertigo, PolyGram. Ищете треки из альбома And Justice for All исполнителя Metallica Тогда заходите на наш сайт - слушайте музыку онлайн и скачивайте бесплатно. I see you, Master of Puppets people, but Ive strapped on the blindfold of Lady Justice and let the scales tip where they may: Justice wins. Текст песни: Halls of justice painted green, money talking Power wolves beset your door, hear them stalking Soon youll please their appetite they devour Hammer of justice crushes you, overpower. Продать эту версию. And Justice For All. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Cover Concept: Hetfield & Ulrich Cover Illustration: Stephen Gorman Photography: Ross Halfin Hammer Illustration: Pushead Design & Layout: Reiner Design Consultants, Inc. The lyrics to the songs on the album were summed up as the CNN Years , where both would watch the news and James would write based on what dissatisfied him. And Justice for All is the biggest metal bands best album. Band: Metallica Album:. Mixed by Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero. The looming darkness heavily influenced both of the bands leaders, James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich. Metallica recorded the album with producer Flemming Rasmussen over four months in early 1988 at One on One Recording Studios in Los Angeles. It features. Released September 07, 1988. And Justice for All is the fourth studio album by American heavy metal band Metallica, released on September 7, 1988 via Elektra Records. The album deals with many dark themes, including corruption, death, murder, blacklisting, and Justice for All can be considered Metallica's most political album, although the band has refrained from taking much of a political stance throughout their history. Y Justicia Para Todos Cass, Album, MP. On November 2nd, 2018, the remaster was released to the public on all music streaming services and retail stores. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Metallica. Metallica Justice For All 1988. And Justice For All . This was the last album to feature songwriting contributions from Cliff Burton, and the first to feature contributions from his replacement, Jason Newsted, following the fatal bus accident on September 27, 1986. And Justice for All, released on August 25th, 1988, was Metallicas first studio album following the tragic death of bassist Cliff Burton. METALLICA Album:And Justice For All Publicacion:25 de agosto de 1988 Genero:Thrash Metal, Thrash Metal Progresivo Duracion:01:05:36 Discográfica:Elektra. The album deals with many dark themes, including corruption, death, murder, blacklisting, and Justice for All can be considered Metallica's most political album, although the band has refrained from taking much of a political stance throughout their history. And Justice for All Released: August 25, 1988 Genre: Thrash Metal. Producer: Metallica with Flemming Rasmussen Engineer: Flemming Rasmussen Assistant Engineer: Toby Wright Special Thanks to Mike Clink for engineering drum tracks on The Shortest Straw and Harvester of Sorrow. And Justice For All - Metallica. In celebration of its 30th anniversary, Justice has been remastered and re-released in a variety of formats-from a three-disc reissue with bonus material to a six-LP, four-DVD, 11-CD monstrosity that features a hardcover book of photos and liner notes and is stuffed with enough prints, patches, and assorted swag to fill a Christmas stocking. And Justice for All - Metallica. Recorded & Mixed at One on One, Los Angeles, CA from January to May of 1988 Mastered by Bob Ludwig Remastered in 1995 by George Marino. And Justice for All was confirmed to be getting a remastering and reissue just like what the band had done with their previous three studio albums

Video

Metallica - ...And Justice For All FLAC
Performer:
Metallica
Title:
...And Justice For All
Genre:
FLAC size:
1426 mb
MP3 size:
1808 mb
WMA size:
2186 mb
Country:
Brazil
Released:
1992
Label:
Vertigo
Style:
Speed Metal, Heavy Metal, Thrash
Rating:
4.7
Catalog №:
836062-4
Umsida
Justice in all it's glory on vinyl it sounds AMAZING!!
Naril
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!
Drelahuginn
How do you make a record this quiet and still manage to lose all of the dynamic range?
Akisame
Wow... What an absolutely terrible reissue. Definitely looking forward to the anniversary reissue. Hopefully done just like the first 3 anniversary box sets.
Magis
I have to crank my Marantz 2270 up to roughly 50% volume to get any sound out of this pressing. Poor pressing - do avoid.
Breder
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.
Ylonean
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.
Xtani
A absolut horrible mastering for this great Record! its disappointing to listen...
Thorgaginn
Yes must agree, was so disappointed with the sound on this, its so low, and just does not sound good at all!
Ginaun
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.
Gtonydne
Read some bad reviews and was a little sketchy upon buying but I decided to pull the trigger and was not disappointed. It sounds good but you have to turn up the volume.
Drelajurus
Why does this pressing sound so bad? Two words. Rainbo Records. That pressing plant should be put out of business. They aren't because they are a cheap(er) record plant, costing Metallica or any other company using them less. Find the 4LP 45RPM box or even the 2lp version from 2008. Both are better, much quieter pressings.
Nekora
I'm really just reiterating what many others have mentioned: this pressing should've never passed QA.I'm not talkIng about the mix... that's for another thread, I'm talking the actual pressing is bad. Gotta push the trim on the preamp from unity (where a vast majority of records of just about any genre sits proper) to as far as my pioneer 707 goes... once pegged it'll put out a proper signal, but any surface noise that might occur is amplified by 10db or more. It's arguably usable for home use IF you are OCD about keeping your records clean and bought it new and cheap, but I'd definitely avoid using it in any live setting. I mean... I spin anything and have for a couple decades, and no joke, the only records I can think of off the top of my head that are as poorly pressed as this is some mid-60's peanuts/Charlie brown kids album and a horrendous pressing of the original war of the worlds radioplay, both of which I had kept around for random samples... I just never ever have to push the trim so damn hard to get the record to meter unity at the outputs.It's crazy that this product made it to print without anyone in the chain of command putting the kiabosch on it and ordering up another test printing.
Goltigor
This is the first time I've actually heard a little bit of bass on this album since I bought the original cassette on the day of its 1988 release. Other than that, I agree with most that this pressing doesn't sound great. Although, there is no version/pressing in existence that will ever sound great due to the horrible original recording and mix committed to analog tape. But the sheer nostalgia and love I had/have for this and all the pre-black album Metallica material outweighs the quality of any production, good or bad.
Downloaded
Has a decent amount of surface noise, especially on songs like One and the start of Blackened.
TheJonnyTest
Bad pressing. The volume is too low. The record itself has too much noise and looks very discolored. I wish the album was a gatefold too, I hate that they didn't even use the original labels on the record and opted to use the stock ones found on their other reissues of their catalog (Kill 'Em All-Justice only). Its a big disappointment and it could have been done so much better, I recommend that if you can find an original issue for a decent price DO IT! The only thing this record is good for is sticking the jacket in a frame and using it as wall art.
Manris
The worst vinyl I have ever purchased. Unwrapped it, listened to Side I & II, drove up to UPS and sent back to Amazon. Lost $4 on the transaction. It is literally unlistenable. Wish I had referenced discogs first. so pissed. ???? quite, except the surface noise; it's loud AF. No bass. Has anyone identified a good pressing? Which one should I be looking for? I need ONE in my collection.
Felolak
The 2008 Warner Brothers reissue at half-speed mastering has been satisfactory to me.
Geny
The pressing is quite. And the quality is similar to the CD's pressing. Things like quite bass and loud guitars/drums that this album was already known for are there. If you want to have a copy around to listen to I would recommend grabbing it.
Kekinos
One of the worst records I bought. Sound so lean, silent and with ton of background noise. I have 50 years old records sounding better than this one. What a shame!!!
Anen
Do not buy this record. These re-issues are terrible and this is the worst one. The worse sounding record I own. Look for the original releases in the record store instead.
Skrimpak
Brand new out of the wrapper, this is one of the most unlistenable, noisy pressings I have EVER heard. I got to "Frayed Ends of Sanity" and had to turn it off.
Cobandis
Wasn't this recording historically low in bass? Some sort of Jason Newsted snub? Anyway, I don't know the history accurately, but this disc is very light in the bass dept. So you gotta crank it!
Dagdage
That's what I'm trying to remember now as well... but I noticed that the drums also lacked punch to them. Sounds delicate but you would expect more with the kick drums.
Manemanu
Yeah the story was that Lars was sitting in at the final mix down and told the engineer to drop Jason out of the mix.
Whitegrove
Mastering level is a little low, but as soon as blackened starts your gonna be "awwww yeeeeaaahh" and crank it to ludicrous levels any how. Basically it's a copy to snag if you don't feel like paying a ton for a better mastered version. It gets the job done, again better versions are available. Don't pay more than 25.00 for it.
Trex
This is a shockingly bad pressing. It's mastered at such a low volume that you have to crank it WAY up just to hear it, at which point there is a hiss in the background. I previously owned the original 1988 Elektra pressing and it beats the Blackened pressing by a mile. I haven't heard the 2008 or 2010 pressings but I'd stay away from this one.
SkroN
why are recent pressings almost always very quiet its very annoying
EROROHALO
Steer clear of this pressing. I don't normally hear differences between different record pressings, but this one is hard not to hear how bad it it. The volume is very low, there is a hum, and there is basically no bass. I was in Hot Topic with my daughter, saw this, and grabbed it. That was a waste of $30 as it is so bad, its not even listenable. Packaging is nice though....
IWAS
Be careful of these Blackened label releases, mastered super quiet so you have to crank it to hear the music. Wouldn't be so bad if it weren't for the terrible quality control on the vinyl full of scratches and scuffs straight out of the packaging. Save your pennies for old Megaforce/Elektra, etc. FWIW the Black album on the Blackened label is decent, cut by Chris Bellman @ Grundman if you can find a flat and clean copy.
ALAN
Crystal clear pressing! A must own version of this album
Brialelis
Sounds great, has some noise on quiet areas though, like in Blackened, ...And Justice For All, and To Live is to Die.
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