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Performer: Metallica
Title: ...And Justice for All
Style: Heavy Metal,Hard Rock,Speed/Thrash Metal
Duration: 01:05:10
Location: One On One, Los Angeles, CA
Relesed: September 6, 1988
Recording date: January, 1988 - May, 1988
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 198

Band: Metallica Album:. And Justice for All Released: August 25, 1988 Genre: Thrash Metal. All Rights to Metallica! I do not own any rights! Категория.

And Justice for All is the fourth studio album by American heavy metal band Metallica, released on August 25, 1988, through Elektra Records. It is the first Metallica studio album to feature bassist Jason Newsted after the death of Cliff Burton in 1986. Four months of recording ensued in early 1988 at One on One Recording Studios in Los Angeles

And Justice For All. Released September 07, 1988. Mixed by Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero. 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, released on August 25th, 1988, was Metallica’s first studio album following the tragic death of bassist Cliff Burton. The looming darkness heavily influenced both of the band’s leaders, James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich. 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. The songs are long dirges all over 5 minutes with the shortest track being Dyer’s Eve and the longest track being To Live is to Die.

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And Justice for All. Type Album. Дата релиза 25 Август 1988 And Justice for All", the title song that goes on for almost 10 minutes of pure strength, of pure thrash metal on a very well elaborated and well produced track. By this time you should already be very impressed with Lars Ulrich drumwork which is brilliant and that you can confirm in "One", the fourth track which is a metal-ballad and One of the best songs Metallica ever brought to us. You can also hear the bass out and loud, adding that feeling of sadness all around

And Justice for All is the biggest metal band’s best album. I see you, Master of Puppets people, but I’ve strapped on the blindfold of Lady Justice and let the scales tip where they may: Justice wins. The songwriting of singer James Hetfield and drummer Lars Ulrich is their most complex and vicious, retaining the power of their early thrash while jettisoning its simplistic schoolyard chants and avoiding the less-compelling hard rock tendencies to come. Three decades later, Justice arguably stands as the only Metallica album that’s as beloved as it is controversial. The rest tend to skew one way or the other. After the death of original bassist Cliff Burton in a 1986 bus accident, the band hired Jason Newsted as his replacement.

The album, which turns 30 this year, is one of Metallica’s greatest masterworks. Its songs are lengthy, nuanced statements on political devolution (the title track and Eye of the Beholder ), the atrocities of war (the single One ) and dealing badly with difficult family lives ( Dyers Eve, Harvester of Sorrow ). I’m probably one of the only people in the world, including Jason and Toby Wright, the assistant engineer, who heard the bass tracks o. nd Justice for All, and they are fucking brilliant. So what happened? After their previous bassist, the iconic Cliff Burton, died in a bus accident in September 1986, Metallica pushed forward immediately.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Blackened Kirk Hammett / James Hetfield / Jason Newsted / Lars Ulrich Metallica 6:40
2 ...And Justice for All Kirk Hammett / James Hetfield / Lars Ulrich Metallica 9:44
3 Eye of the Beholder Kirk Hammett / James Hetfield / Lars Ulrich Metallica 6:25
4 One James Hetfield / Lars Ulrich Metallica 7:24
5 The Shortest Straw James Hetfield / Lars Ulrich Metallica 6:35
6 Harvester of Sorrow James Hetfield / Lars Ulrich Metallica 5:42
7 The Frayed Ends of Sanity Kirk Hammett / James Hetfield / Lars Ulrich Metallica 7:40
8 To Live Is to Die Cliff Burton / James Hetfield / Lars Ulrich Metallica 9:48
9 Dyers Eve Kirk Hammett / James Hetfield / Lars Ulrich Metallica 5:12


Michael Barbiero - Mixing
Cliff Burton - Composer
Mike Clink - Engineer
George Cowan - Mixing
Ross Halfin - Photography
Kirk Hammett - Composer, Guitar
James Hetfield - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Mike Hughes - Engineer
George Marino - Remastering
Metallica - Primary Artist, Producer
Jason Newsted - Bass, Composer
Pushead - Illustrations
Flemming Rasmussen - Engineer, Producer
Reiner Design Consultants - Artwork, Design
Steve Thompson - Mixing
Lars Ulrich - Composer, Drums
Toby Wright - Engineer
Reviews (10)
Blackened - 9/10...And Justice for All - 9/10Eye of the Beholder - 9/10One - 10/10The Shortest Straw - 10/10Harvester of Sorrow - 9/10The Frayed Ends of Sanity - 9/10To Live Is to Die - 10/10Dyers Eve - 9/10Overall - 9.3/10

Simple fellow
I love all four first Metallica albums and I like the black album. What came after, is not metallica any more for me.But if I compare the first four, I would consider "... and justice for all" my slight favorite. Although this statement is really difficult as I love the other three albums too. Technically "... and justice for all" is the most complex, there are a lot of speed changes and complex riffs. There is a statement from James Hetfield, where he said that they wanted to show off. And that is what they did. I guess for many people it was just too complex. Metallica realized that with more complexity, they will not get more popular... And so I assume that at some point they realized that reached their limit and decided to go for something more easy.

What the fool mixed this album? How not to praise the album, but the sound is bad.

This is, by far, not even close, wins by a landslide, my favorite Metallica album. Well.... maybe not that drastic, but still. The album does not have a bad track, and has many that are instant classics. I'm not going to babble about One and how it changed the metal culture, but songs like Blackened, and justice for all, harvester of sorrow, are what makes Metallica great. Eye of the Beholder is a instant headbanger. If you can listen to that intro without, at least, a slight head bob, then I don't think you appreciate music.

Much has been said about how the bass was buried in the mix but the thing that stands out to me is the solo work of Kirk Hammett. Go back and listen and it is stunning what he accomplished. I know he was spending a lot of time working his craft with Joe Satriani. The influence is apparent and incredible. This album has aged very well and seems like a revelation whenever I hear it.

After three amazing albums in a row and following the death of Cliff Burton, the band releases another masterpiece. What was interesting about it (after getting past the awful intentional EQ hatchet job) is the songwriting itself. These are incredibly difficult songs to pull off in a live setting and when you listen to the songs you can notice that in some instances there are riffs that appear in one part of a pattern that never show up again and lead into something completely different. It's insanity and I can't fathom how they got these songs tight enough in order to tour. Awesome stuff but not a surprise that on their next release they streamlined their sound to a simpler hard rock approach.

felt boot
Great album, one of the most interestings on Metallica's career. Bass it's hidden on the mix but all in all there are great tunes here mixing Thrash with Prog. Good Metallica times

If you only ever know a single thing about ...And Justice For All, then know this: 'One' is quite possibly the greatest and most thought-provoking hard rock/metal single of the late '80s; usually a hit song has greater resonance to the individual listener when they apply their own meaning to it, but knowing the backstory and meaning behind this classic, even if it's a fictional one within a very real First World War environment, actually makes every performance of it even more powerful.

Definitely their most complex in terms of song(s) structure, the album borders on 'Prog Metal' without being progressive for the sake of it. It's really consistent, or (rather) relentless in it's aggression and energy, with an almost mechanical unity and tight group performance throughout. Bass-less Production is something that's been commented on, and is perhaps what warrants it not being awarded the full five Stars. This however could in turn be argued as an idiosyncratic quality which defines the Album. In summary though it's a modest yet still envelope pushing gem, which serves as a fitting precursor to the perhaps more "accessible" Black Album.

How the f*ck do you write music like this? It's compositional virtuosity of such magnitude that I simply cannot comprehend it.

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