Metallica Will Remaster The 'And Justice For All' Album

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the 'And Justice For All' album, Metallica has announced that it will be re-releasing the album.

It won't be a normal re-release because the audio will be remastered plus you can buy the album on many different formats.

Metallica will be re-releasing the remastered version of 'And Justice For Fall' on November 2nd, 2018. Some fans are already speculating that the remaster should finally improve the original album's audio quality.

The story goes is that Metallica drummer ,Lars Ulrich, wanted the drums to be louder in the original audio of the album's recording.

As a result of this, the audio for the bass guitar was lowered. Therefore, the bass guitar is barely audible when you listen to the original album.

Metallica never really went back to rectify the bass guitar issue, but now it looks like this remaster will finally fix that problem once and for all.

The 'And Justice For All' remaster will be released digitally, plus in a variety of different physical formats too!

Below is the track list for the remastered album

Disc One

  • 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”

Disc Two: Demos and Rough Mixes

  • 1. “Blackened” (November 1987 Demo)
  • 2. “… And Justice for All” (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
  • 3. “Eye of the Beholder” (November 1987, Writing in Progress)
  • 4. “One” (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
  • 5. “The Shortest Straw” (December 1987, Writing in Progress)
  • 6. “Harvester of Sorrow” (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
  • 7. “The Frayed Ends of Sanity” (November 1987 Demo)
  • 8. “To Live Is to Die” (Work in Progress Rough Mix)
  • 9. “Dyers Eve” (January 1988 Demo)

Disc Three: Live from the Damaged Justice Tour

  • 1. “Blackened” (Seattle 1989)
  • 2. “For Whom the Bell Tolls” (Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  • 3. “Welcome Home” (Sanitarium)” (Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  • 4. “Leper Messiah” (Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  • 5. “Harvester of Sorrow” (Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  • 6. “Eye of the Beholder” (Hammersmith Odeon, London, England – October 10th, 1988)
  • 7. “Seek & Destroy” (the Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  • 8. “Creeping Death” (Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX – February 5th, 1989)
  • 9. “One” (Seattle 1989)
  • 10. “… And Justice for All” (Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – December 7th, 1988)
  • 11. “Whiplash” (The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA – May 24th, 1988)
  • 12. “Breadfan” (Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA – August 30th, 1989)

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