And Justice For All

by Metallica

(1988) Elektra #60812-2

Description The greatest Heavy Metal album ever recorded. Great guitar licks and solos and one of the greatest drumming performances by Lars Ulrich. A must get for any metal fan!!!
Posted By Michael Weaver
Directory Recordings: Metal
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On 1/9/2008, Michael Laurance (4040) posted:
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I agree, certainly the high point of Metallica's musicality. They've never quite matched the songwriting on this album, except with St. Anger. Two of their best albums, and two of the most poorly produced albums.
On 11/1/2003, Glen Graham (1860) posted:
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I'm with chris on this good album but the recording is certainly not up to it.the drums sound a little to sloppy.got the woofers in the stereo just a hoppin.
On 10/31/2003, Russ Brinkman (89) posted:
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This album is pure genius. I've never heard anything as energetic as "One","Harvester of sorrow" doesn't dissapoint either. "To live is to die," "Shortest straw" and "Blackened" just top it off. RAW METAL..
On 2/17/2003, James Younan (89) posted:
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All i can say about "And jusitice" that it's very Dark and heavy , Great guitar work on almost all the songs I really love the riffs specially on "Eye of the beholder" and "To live is to die" is the best instrumental I've ever heard in my life !! man !these guys are so great . God bless them all and give justice for all!
On 8/6/2002, Frank Flaherty (75) posted:
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Metallica just makes good albums. No exceptions. This is just another great album that puts metal on the map.
On 3/17/2002, Zach Pratt (335) posted:
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This is kirk's best work yet.
On 8/28/2001, Inactive Member posted:
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Great hard album. Some may argue that the mix sucks, but I think that once in a while it's good to hear something that sounds like this. The guitar tone is so sweet they didn't even NEED bass. Blackened is a hard as hell kickass song, And Justice For All is a long grinding tune, One is a masterpiece, Harvester of Sorrow hits on that really heavy, slow, ultra grim nerve like an early precursor to Sad But True, To Live is to Die is a great instrumental that reminds me of Tool, it's very well written and has a heartwrenching violin part. This album is excellent top to bottom. The high point for me is the last track, Dyer's Eve. There are so many metal songs out there now that are all angsty with songs that condemn bad parents, but this one has the lyrics and conviction to really pull it off. The lyrics are great and the solo is one of Met's best: it flows with the song and does not detract from the experience at all. Even though it's one of their best songs, it's kind of one of the lesser known treasures such as Damage Inc. from Master of Puppets. All around great album.
On 8/3/2001, Keith Deuser (2686) posted:
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This is a killer album. This is their best record. Not many fast songs compared to their previous reords, but a musical masterpiece
On 6/13/2001, Chris Frechette (1416) posted:
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Overall kinda disappointing.the songs are good but the recording is horrible.the bass guitar is buried so far down in the mix that at high volumes the highs actually hurt.the bass drum is kinda sloppy sounding too.the guitar work is pretty good,highlights are blackened and of course one.
On 3/19/2001, Michael Weaver posted:
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The pinacle of Metallica's carrer. This album never gets old, I have listened to it for 9 years and have never gotten tired of it!!!