...And Justice for All (Remastered) - Metallica

...And Justice for All (Remastered)


  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 1988-09-07
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 2018 Blackened Recordings


Title Artist Time
Blackened (Remastered) Metallica 6:42 USD 1.29
...And Justice for All (Remast Metallica 9:45 USD 1.29
Eye of the Beholder (Remastere Metallica 6:25 USD 1.29
One (Remastered) Metallica 7:26 USD 1.29
The Shortest Straw (Remastered Metallica 6:35 USD 1.29
Harvester of Sorrow (Remastere Metallica 5:45 USD 1.29
The Frayed Ends of Sanity (Rem Metallica 7:43 USD 1.29
To Live Is to Die (Remastered) Metallica 9:48 USD 1.29
Dyers Eve (Remastered) Metallica 5:13 USD 1.29


  • ❤️

    By Trust and Us
  • the AM Radio mix is awful

    By JTdesign
    I know people love these songs, but I can't listen to it. Not just no bass, but the drum mix sounds like Lars was playing on a $50 electric toy drum pad. Even the guy who mixed it says it was a mistake (look it up on YouTube).
  • Justice For ALL!

    By dreams and nightmares
    Great follow up album. Completely different lyrics and dimension from the previous albums. With their loss of Burton they created a pretty good line up of songs and even added the awesome instrumental “To live is to die”. The best and needed song especially in these days of blurred truths and PC lies, listen to “Eye of the Beholder” read the lyrics and apply to your everyday mindset!
  • Seriously?

    By Pluto's Orbit
    Bring back whatever it was. Seriously. Really though. Bring it back.
  • No Bass

    By Zoso9966
    Really, Jason agreed to no bass? What was he supposed to do. Disagree? Listen to the enhanced version on YouTube. It sounds way better. Sorry Metallica, you made a mistake because of your own vanity!
  • Some other bassist too

    By socialjusticewarrior420
    Nope, lacking bass cause of one particular member. Toilet.
  • Dope

    By dudjfndj
    The original was better but this is one of my favorite Metallica albums.
  • Not quite justice for Jason, but still a great listen!!

    By Zeidorade777
    For over 30 years, a large number of fans have complained about the noticeable lack of bass on the AJFA album. The most common rumor is that James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich told their mixer to turn the bass way down as a way of giving the figurative finger to their new bassist, Jason Newstead, who joined the band after the untimely death of original bassist and friend Cliff Burton. Whatever actually happened, what can’t go unnoticed is that, despite being a great album overall, the mix lacks a strong bass sound. If you go on YouTube, you’ll find “......And Justice for Jason” remixes where fans have added the bass back into the album. I would say the bass in this official remaster lies somewhere in between the original mastering and the YouTube remixes. Compared to the original, I feel like I can hear the bass noticeably more, but I only feel it a little bit more. Hetfield stated in an interview that they decided not to increase the bass in the mix for this remaster because, for better or worse, AJFA is a part of their history and they wanted to stay true to it. Still, I think this remaster does make the bass more noticeable. Regardless of the bass, the album sounds amazing! The instruments all sound clean and clear. It’s very well put together, and the songs are great throughout. One of Metallica’s best albums, imho!!
  • Best album ever!

    By hate magic piano
    No doubt in my mind! This is amazing!
  • Beautiful Album

    By Reese Duntley
    I have been a Metallica fan for a very long time now and let me just say that in my opinion the is the album that has the most emotion and meaning... not in just the vocals but also the guitar work. The story behind the album is sad but very interesting... RIP Cliff. “One” is the very first song that I’ve covered ever that has a fast solo and that song is my favorite song ever. This album will always hold a special place in my heart and this is just Metallica at it’s finest.

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