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...and Justice for All

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  • Audio CD (Sept. 15 1988)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Elektra Entertain.
  • ASIN: B000002H6C
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 635 customer reviews
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1. Blackened
2. ...And Justice For All
3. Eye Of The Beholder
4. One
5. The Shortest Straw
6. Harvester Of Sorrow
7. The Frayed Ends Of Sanity
8. To Live Is To Die
9. Dyers Eve

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Japanese only SHM Paper Sleeve pressing. The SHM-CD [Super High Material CD] format features enhanced audio quality through the use of a special polycarbonate plastic. Using a process developed by JVC and Universal Music Japan discovered through the joint companies' research into LCD display manufacturing, SHM-CDs feature improved transparency on the data side of the disc, allowing for more accurate reading of CD data by the CD player laser head. SHM-CD format CDs are fully compatible with standard CD players. Universal. 2010.

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Having already established themselves as the streetwise saviors of heavy metal's oft-tainted legacy in the '80s, Metallica rebounded from the accidental death of original bassist Cliff Burton to produce their most thematically challenging, musically accomplished album to date. Despite James Hetfield's dank, extended portraits of a world collapsing from corruption and decadence--themes that virtually guaranteed it little radio or television exposure--the album was nonetheless a muscular commercial success. Even "One," its complex, seven-and-a-half-minute adaptation of Dalton Trumbo's "Johnny Got His Gun," managed to scale the singles charts. Other highlights include "Blackened," "Eye of the Beholder," and the sweeping "To Live Is to Die," tracks that underscore a sense of musical ambition that's often downright prog-centric, yet never merely self-indulgent. --Jerry McCulley


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Format: Audio CD
After the death of Cliff Burton, new replacement Jason Newsted steps in, and does a fine job(although he can't be found). James' voice is better than ever, sounds better than the past. Lars drums sound better than the past, and Kirk takes it to the next level. This album moves from the messages of death to the anti-justice system of America. The definate highlights of "Justice" are Blackened, One and The Shortest Straw. The only song that may seem a little repetitive is The Frayed Ends Of Sanity. Eye Of The Beholder is actually one of the middle songs, like Harverster Of Sorrow. The title-track is the main song for this thing, of course. Well, one low point would be that there's no bass, and the album has sucky production. Well, it's still cool.
Here's the songs, again:
1)Blackened(6:41): The best of the three openers (Fight Fire With Fire, Battery, Blackened). The only song that Jason co-wrote. C'mon guys, give Jason a little more chance than that. Anyway, Blackened has the best riff, and is the 2nd fastest song on the CD, next to Dyers Eve. The lyrics are beyond amazing, the guitars are better than ever, making the tempo changes better. Blackened is my favourite song on the album. 6/5
2)...And Justice For All(9:45): Another good title-track, not as good as Master Of Puppets, but it still kicks ass. The best song to describe the anti-justice system. The only problem is, it's too long, it's 9 and 3 quarter minutes. But the lyrics are cool. The instruments play their part good here, but not as well as Blackened. 5/5
3)Eye Of The Beholder(6:25): In the middle type of song. It's in the good music category of this album. Very good song, better than The Thing That Should Not Be from "Puppetz".
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By T. Skylar TOP 100 REVIEWER on Nov. 23 2007
Format: Audio CD
Two years after the death of bassist Cliff Burton,Metallica bounced back and releases "...And Justice For All" in 1988 with new bassist Jason Newsted.It reflects the anger and sadness towards Cliff's death and Metallica made probabaly their most complex album here,with many tempo changes and the album has "Anger!" written all over it.This release is just as good as the previous releases of the band if not better.Its full of epic songs such as the title track,"One" and "Eye Of The Beholder",and all of the 9 songs on the album are no less than 5 minutes each and many of them are considered classics of Metallica.This album is actually considered by some fans as the last trash metal album Metallica ever made,and in some cases the last good album they did.While those opinions are certainly discussible "And Justice For All" is certainly a great album from Metallica,and i beleve that it is their last Trash Metal album.Actually at times it seems to be even more raw and heavy than some of their other albums and it contains "To Live Is To Die" a song on wich former basssit Cliff Burton wrote the lyrics and that is mostly a tribute to Cliff.

"...And Justic For All" is a masterpiece from beggening to finnish,filled with long Epics and you can that each musician here except newbie Jason Newsted play to their full potential.If you didn't think Lars Ulrich was a great drummer before this album,you will as Lars is really focused here its probabaly the album he plays best on.Kirk Hammet probably never played better and Jame Hetfield's vocals are unleashed!They all play great here but Jason Newsted is notably absent from the album as you don't hear much if any bass at all it seems as it was erased or just never done,so the album is just guitars.
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Format: Audio CD
I havent heard all the songs off this album yet since I dont own it but, a good portion of them are good so far. The famous single One is the stand out track of the entire album other great songs like Harvester of Sorrow,To live is to Die a kik a$$ instrumental,Dyers Eve, And Justice for all im not going to list them all but i think this album will blow away any new Meatllica fan or someone who hasnt heard the album but likes Metallica. I give this album five stars since the quality is so great compared to the others. The bass drums sound so loud. The earlier albums are great too I recommend picking up Master of Puppets,Kill em all,Ride the Lightning and Black Album be warned all the albums after Black album are really different they are good just be warned Metallica makes drastic changes to their sound in the mid 90's albums. Metallicas newest effort ST. Anger is horrible unless you like crap music then dont buy it.Metallica is now trying to sound like all the nu-metal bands out there with the howling and screaming vocals and Lars's drums sound like total crap.
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Format: Audio CD
This is a great album and is, for some reason, heavily criticised by many metal fans. Perhaps because its release came after 2 blockbuster albums, this one appeared to be substandard. Alright, its no Master of Puppets or Ride the Lightning, but it ain't bad just the same. I one thing I don't like about this album is the sound quality. It is a step down from its predecessors, with the guitars lacking the same punch, and the drums sound quite poor, especially the snare. Apart from this the album is quite well structured with some great metal moments.
'Blackened' opens the proceedings in style - excellent guitar harmonics in the introduction lead to strong, fast riffing. I really feel that the sound of the drums degrades the quality of this song significantly, and it could have been a hell of a lot better with drums more like Master, or Ride. A pretty good solo with a great mid section speed up.
'...And Justice for all'- I loved this very long track the first few times I listened... unfortunately it got old pretty fast. Its a personal thing, because I just dont find the subject matter (lawyers/judges/justice in the courts etc) that interesting. A great solo is in there but the whole track is a little repetitive and the trademark Metallica tempo change only seems to deflate the track's momentum. Overall I found the title track disappointing.
'Eye of the beholder' - A tight metal track, the meaning of which I am yet to ascertain. Good, but nothing special.
'One' - A famous song, and the first of its type to really do well in the charts, and come attached with an MTV music video. To many true hard core metal heads this was the beginning of the end in terms of Metallica's heavy realeases. A good ballad, with an effective change in tone near the end leading to a blistering guitar solo.
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