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...And Justice for All (Remastered Deluxe Box Set)

Released November 02, 2018

Released November 02, 2018

LP 1 & 2: ...And Justice for All (Remastered)
LP 3: "One" Picture Disc
LP 4 - 6: Seattle '89
CD 1: Remastered
CD 2: Interviews
CD 3 & 4: Riffs, Jams & Demos
CD 5: Rough Mixes from the Vault
CD 6 & 7: Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA - May 24, 1988
CD 7 CONTINUED: B-SIDES
CD 8 & 9: Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England - October 10, 1988
CD 9 CONTINUED: RADIO EDITS
CD 10 & 11: Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA - December 7th, 1988
CD 11 Continued: Live at UIC Pavilion, Chicago, IL - November 17, 1988
DVD 1: ...And Camcorders for All
DVD 1 CONTINUED: "ONE" VIDEOS
DVD 2: Live at Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA - September 15, 1989
DVD 3: Live at the Stone Balloon, Newark, DE - August 7, 1989
DVD 4: Interviews
DVD 4 Continued: Raw Live Footage from Philadelphia, PA
DVD 4 Continued: Raw Live Footage from Troy, NY
DVD 4 Continued: Raw Live Footage from Hamilton, Ontario
Liner Notes

James Hetfield – Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Lars Ulrich – Drums
Kirk Hammett – Lead Guitar
Jason Newsted – Bass

Art Directors: Alex Tenta & Marc Reiter
Product Management: Brant Weil
Project Coordinators: Dan Nykolayko & Eleni Psaltis
Legal Representation: Peter Paterno of King, Holmes, Paterno & Soriano, LLP
Management: Q Prime Inc.
Money Guys: Eric Wasserman & Willie LaRose

LP 1 & 2: ...AND JUSTICE FOR ALL (REMASTERED)

Produced by Metallica with Flemming Rasmussen
Engineered by Flemming Rasmussen
Recorded Jan – May 1988 at One on One, Los Angeles, CA
Assistant and Additional Engineering by Toby “Rage” Wright
Special thanx to Mike Clink for engineering drum trax on “Straw” and “Harvester”
Mixed by Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero at Bearsville Studios, New York, June 1988
Assistant Mixing Engineering by George Cowan
Originally mastered by Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk, New York
Remastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
Vinyl lacquers by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA
Reissues Executive Producer: Greg Fidelman

All lyrics by Hetfield, except “To Live is to Die” by Burton
All arrangements by Hetfield, Ulrich
All harmony, melody and acoustic guitars on all songs, and the 2nd solo in “To Live is to Die” by Hetfield

All songs copyright © 1988 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights).

LP 3: “One” Picture Disc

“Seek & Destroy” recorded live at Reunion Arena in Dallas, TX on February 5th, 1989
Mixed by Patrice Levinsohn and Hetfield and Ulrich
Remastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA

All songs copyright © 1988, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights).

LP 4-6: Seattle '89

“Guitar Solo,” “Encore Jam,” “Last Caress,” “Am I Evil?” and “Breadfan” recorded live at Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA on August 29th, 1989.

“Blackened,” “For Whom the Bell Tolls,” “Welcome Home (Sanitarium),” “Harvester of Sorrow,” “The Four Horsemen,” “The Thing That Should Not Be,” “Bass Solo,” “Fade to Black,” “Seek & Destroy,” “...And Justice for All,” “One,” “Creeping Death,” “Battery” and “Whiplash” recorded live at Seattle Coliseum in Seattle, WA on August 30th, 1989.

“Master of Puppets” recorded live at Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA on August 29th & 30th, 1989.

Recorded live by Guy Charbonneau
Assisted by Andrew Warwick & Tim Torti
Mixed by Greg Fidelman
Digital Editing by Dan Monti
Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
Vinyl lacquers by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
Transferred by Terry Delsing, Tim Merrill, Tal Miller, Bob Pfeifer, Ali Stuebner
Originally released in 1993 as a part of Live Shit: Binge & Purge

All songs copyright © 1988, 1986, 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “The Ecstasy Of Gold,” published by EMI Unart Catalog Inc. OBO EMI Music Publishing Italia SRL (BMI) and composed and conducted by Ennio Morricone, “Little Wing” published by Experience Hendrix LLC (ASCAP), “Last Caress” published by Evilive Music (ASCAP), “Am I Evil?” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC (ASCAP) and “Breadfan” published by TRO – Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP).

CD 1: ...And Justice for All (Remastered)

Produced by Metallica with Flemming Rasmussen
Engineered by Flemming Rasmussen
Recorded Jan – May 1988 at One on One, Los Angeles, CA
Assistant and Additional Engineering by Toby “Rage” Wright
Special thanx to Mike Clink for engineering drum trax on “Straw” and “Harvester”
Mixed by Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero at Bearsville Studios, New York, June 1988
Assistant Mixing Engineering by George Cowan
Originally mastered by Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk, New York
Remastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
Reissues Executive Producer: Greg Fidelman

All lyrics by Hetfield, except “To Live is to Die” by Burton
All arrangements by Hetfield, Ulrich
All harmony, melody and acoustic guitars on all songs, and the 2nd solo in “To Live is to Die” by Hetfield

All songs copyright © 1988 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights).

CD 2: Interviews

Track 1 conducted by Ted Tarris on April 19, 1988
Track 2 conducted by Ben Liemer on June 23, 1988
Track 3 conducted by Long Paul on July 24, 1988
Track 4 conducted by Jeremy Partin and Stephen Usery on February 7, 1989
Track 5 conducted by Bernard Doe on May 13, 1989

Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
Edited by Dan Nykolayko
Circus Magazine interview transferred by Kent Matcke

CD 3 & 4: Riffs, Jams & Demos

Disc 1, Tracks 1, 3, 5, 15 recorded in September 1987
Disc 1, Tracks 2 & 11 recorded in early 1987
Disc 1, Tracks 4 & 13 recorded on March 10th, 1988
Disc 1, Tracks 6 & 10 recorded in October 1987
Disc 1, Track 7 recorded in August 1987
Disc 1, Track 8-9, 12 & 14 recorded in late 1986
Disc 1, Tracks 16 & 20 recorded at Lars’ house in El Cerrito, CA on October 9th, 1987
Disc 1, Tracks 17-19 recorded at Lars’ house in El Cerrito, CA on October 8th, 1987
Disc 1, Tracks 21-22 recorded at Lars’ house in El Cerrito, CA on November 8th, 1987
Disc 1, Track 23 recorded at Lars’ house in El Cerrito, CA in November 1987
Disc 1, Tracks 24-26 recorded at Lars’ house in El Cerrito, CA on November 12th, 1987
Disc 1, Tracks 27 & 28 recorded at Lars’ house in El Cerrito, CA on December 8th, 1987
Disc 2, Tracks 1-5 recorded at Lars’ house in El Cerrito, CA on November 20th, 1987
Disc 2, Tracks 6-10 recorded at Lars’ house in El Cerrito, CA on January 5th, 1988

Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
Transferred, fixed and/or mixed by Kent Matcke
All songs copyright © 1988 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights).

CD 5: Rough Mixes from the Vault

All tracks recorded at One on One, Los Angeles, CA

Track 1 roughly mixed by Flemming Rasmussen on May 4th, 1988
Track 2 roughly mixed by Flemming Rasmussen on April 20th, 1988
Track 3 roughly mixed by Flemming Rasmussen on May 13th, 1988
Track 4 roughly mixed by Flemming Rasmussen on May 15th, 1988
Tracks 5-7 roughly mixed by Flemming Rasmussen on April 20th, 1988
Track 8 roughly mixed by Flemming Rasmussen on May 10th, 1988
Track 9 roughly mixed by Flemming Rasmussen on May 11th, 1988
Track 10 roughly mixed by Flemming Rasmussen on April 30th, 1988
Tracks 11-12 roughly mixed by Mike Clink on February 2nd, 1988

Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA Transferred, fixed and/or mixed by Kent Matcke except Track 9 (“To Live is to Die [Work in Progress Rough Mix]” transferred by Terry Delsing, Tim Merrill, Tal Miller, Bob Pfeifer, Ali Stuebner). All songs copyright © 1988 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “Breadfan” published by TRO – Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP) and “The Prince” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC (ASCAP).

CD 6 & 7: Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA - May 24, 1988 + B-Sides

Disc 1, Tracks 1-12 and Disc 2, Tracks 1-4 recorded live at The Troubadour in West Hollywood, CA on May 24th, 1988.
Additional audio provided by Jeff Shaw

Disc 2, Tracks 5-6 recorded at One on One, Los Angeles, CA. Engineered by Mike Clink & Toby “Rage” Wright.
Rough Mix by Flemming Rasmussen.

Disc 2, Tracks 7-10 recorded live at Reunion Arena in Dallas, TX on February 5th, 1989
Disc 2, Tracks 11-12 recorded live by Guy Charbonneau at Seattle Coliseum in Seattle, WA on August 29th, 1989
Disc 2, Tracks 13-14 recorded live by Guy Charbonneau at Seattle Coliseum in Seattle, WA on August 30th, 1989

Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA Disc 1, Tracks 1-2 and Disc 2, Tracks 1-4, 11-14 transferred, fixed and/or mixed by Kent Matcke
Tracks 5-10 transferred by Terry Delsing, Tim Merrill, Tal Miller, Bob Pfeifer and Ali Stuebner
Tracks 11-14 originally mixed by Hetfield & Ulrich
Tracks 11-14 assisted by Andrew Warwick & Tim Torti

All songs copyright © 1988, 1986, 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except for “Foggy Mountain Breakdown” published by APRS/Scruggs Music Inc. (BMI), “Highway Star” published by Glenwood Music Corp (ASCAP), “Run to the Hills” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC (ASCAP), “Last Caress” published by Evilive Music (ASCAP), “Am I Evil?” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC (ASCAP), “London Dungeon” published by Evilive Music (ASCAP), “Blitzkrieg” published by BMG Platinum Songs/Neat Music Publishers (ASCAP), “Wicked World” published by TRO – Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP), “Helpless” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC (ASCAP), “Breadfan” published by TRO – Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP), “The Prince” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC (ASCAP) and “Last Caress” published by Evilive Music (ASCAP).

CD 8 & 9: Live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, England - October 10, 1988 + Radio Edits

Disc 1, Tracks 1-10 and Disc 2, Tracks 1-9 recorded live at Hammersmith Odeon in London, England on October 10th, 1988
Disc 2, Tracks 10-12 recorded at One on One, Los Angeles, CA.

Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
Disc 1, Tracks 1-10 and Disc 2, Tracks 1-9 transferred, fixed and/or mixed by Kent Matcke
Disc 2, Tracks 10-12 transferred by Terry Delsing, Tim Merrill, Tal Miller, Bob Pfeifer and Ali Stuebner

All songs copyright © 1988, 1986, 1984 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except for “Little Wing” published by Experience Hendrix LLC (ASCAP), “N.I.B” and “Children of the Grave” published by TRO – Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP), “Run to the Hills,” “Prowler” and “Helpless” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC (ASCAP), “Last Caress” published by Evilive Music (ASCAP) and “Am I Evil?” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC (ASCAP).

CD 10 & 11: Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA - December 7, 1988 + More

Disc 1, Tracks 1-10 and Disc 2, Tracks 1-6 recorded live at Long Beach Arena in Long Beach, CA on December 7th, 1988
Disc 2, Tracks 7-9 recorded live at UIC Pavilion in Chicago, IL on November 17th, 1988

Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA Transferred, fixed and/or mixed by Kent Matcke All songs copyright © 1988, 1986, 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “How Many More Times” published by Superhype Publishing Inc. (ASCAP), “Little Wing” published by Experience Hendrix LLC (ASCAP) and “Am I Evil?” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC (ASCAP).

DVD 1: ...And Camorders for All & “One”

...And Camcorders for All
Filmed by Otto Weyer and Lars Ulrich. Compiled and edited by Brett Murray and Dan Nykolayko.
Digital transferring for Biloxi, Buffalo, São Paulo and Thornville by Terry Delsing, Tim Merrill, Tal Miller, Bob Pfeifer, Ali Stuebner. Digital transferring for Atlanta, Auckland, Barcelona, Concord, Dallas, Greenville, Hoffman Estates, Irvine, Leiden, Osaka, Philadelphia, Richfield, San Francisco and San Antonio by Inveniem.

All songs copyright © 1988, 1986, 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “Breadfan” published by TRO – Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP) and “Am I Evil?” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC (ASCAP). “Children of the Grave” published by TRO – Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP) and performed by Black Sabbath from the album Master of Reality, and “Killing Yourself to Live” and “Who Are You” published by TRO – Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP) and performed by Black Sabbath from the album Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, each appear courtesy of Black Sabbath/Downlane Limited.

“One” & “One” B-Roll
From the album …And Justice for All
Executive Producer: Robin Sloane
Producer: Sharon Oreck
Directors: Bill Pope & Michael Salomon
Line Producer: Anita Wetterstedt
Director of Photography: Bill Pope
Production Manager: Tina Nakane
Editor: Michael Salomon
B-Roll edited by Dan Nykolayko
Filmed in December 1988 in Long Beach, CA

Grammy® Awards Recorded live at the 31st Annual Grammy® Awards at Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA on February 22nd, 1989.
© 1989 The Recording Academy All songs copyright C1988 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights).

DVD Production: David May, Matt Ferguson (Authoring), Tim Hoogenakker (Audio Restoration/Mastering), Joe Walker (Menus)

DVD 2: Live at Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA - September 15, 1989

Recorded live at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA on September 15th, 1989.
Additional audio provided Karl Lundmark.
“Last Caress” features Jim Martin of Faith No More on background vocals.

All songs copyright © 1988, 1986, 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except “The Ecstasy Of Gold” published by EMI Unart Catalog Inc. OBO EMI Music Publishing Italia SRL (BMI) and composed and conducted by Ennio Morricone, “Little Wing” published by Experience Hendrix LLC (ASCAP), “Mission: Impossible Theme” published by Sony/ATV Melody (BMI), “Black Sabbath” published by TRO – Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP), “Last Caress” published by Evilive Music (ASCAP), “Am I Evil?” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC (ASCAP), “Blitzkrieg” published by BMG Platinum Songs/Neat Music Publishers (ASCAP) and “Breadfan” published by TRO – Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP).

Digital transferring by Kim Aubry at ZAP Zoetrope Aubry Productions, San Francisco, CA
Audio editing by Greg Fidelman
DVD Production: David May, Matt Ferguson (Authoring), Tim Hoogenakker (Audio Restoration/Mastering), Joe Walker (Menus)

DVD 4: Live at the Stone Baloon, Newark, DE - August 7, 1989

Recorded live by Otto Weyer at The Stone Balloon in Newark, DE on August 7th, 1989.
“No Remorse” features Wargasm’s Barry Spillberg on “vocals.”
“Am I Evil?” features Wargasm’s Rich Spillberg on guitar.

All songs copyright © 1988, 1986, 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights) except for “Twist of Cain” published by American Def Tune/Evilive Music (ASCAP), “London Dungeon” published by Evilive Music (ASCAP), “Dominance & Submission” published by Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (ASCAP), “Love Me Like A Reptile” published by EMI Intertrax Music Inc (BMI), “Halloween II” published by Evilive Music (ASCAP), “Iron Man” published by TRO – Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP), “Running Free” published by Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC (ASCAP), “Last Caress” published by Evilive Music (ASCAP), “Am I Evil?” published Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC (ASCAP), “Blitzkrieg” published by BMG Platinum Songs/Neat Music Publishers (ASCAP) and “Breadfan” published by TRO – Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP).

Digital transferring by Kim Aubry at ZAP Zoetrope Aubry Productions, San Francisco, CA.
DVD Production: David May, Matt Ferguson (Authoring), Tim Hoogenakker (Audio Restoration/Mastering), Joe Walker (Menus)

DVD 4: Justice on Wheels, Masa Ito Interviews & Raw Live Footage

Justice on Wheels: A MuchMusic Documentary
Producer: Terri Walsh
Host: Christopher Ward
Camera: David Hurlbut
Editors: Derek Raby and Doug Slack
Electronic Graphics: Tania Natscheff
Post-Production: Rob Brown, Mike Basic, David Murphy, Tim Martin

Additional Footage Courtesy of: Capitol Records, CBS Records, Elektra/Asylum Records, Maze/A&M Records, Muchwest, Musique Plus, Relativity Records, WEA Music.

Materials provided courtesy of MUCH © BELL MEDIA INC. All rights reserved.

All songs copyright © 1988 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights).

Masa Ito Interviews
Conducted by Masa Ito in Troy, NY on March 15th, 1989
Materials provided courtesy of © Sony Music Japan International. All rights reserved. Thank you to Masa Ito, Sony Music Japan International, Yuichi Nakanishi and Ryuji Takeno.

Raw Live Footage from Philadelphia, PA
Recorded live at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, PA on June 11th, 1988.

MTV’s “Live in Philadelphia (1988)” used with permission by MTV. © 2018 Viacom Media Networks. All rights reserved. MTV, all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks owned by Viacom Media Networks, a division of Viacom International Inc.

All songs copyright © 1984, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights).

Raw Live Footage from Troy, NY
Recorded live at RPI Field House in Troy, NY on March 15th, 1989.

Audio transferred by Terry Delsing, Tim Merrill, Tal Miller, Bob Pfeifer, Ali Stuebner. Audio edited by Dan Nykolayko.

Materials provided courtesy of © Sony Music Japan International. All rights reserved. Thank you to Masa Ito, Sony Music Japan International, Yuichi Nakanishi and Ryuji Takeno.

All songs copyright © 1988, 1986 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights). Raw Live Footage from Hamilton, Ontario
Recorded live at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, Ontario on April 8th, 1989.

Materials provided courtesy of MUCH © BELL MEDIA INC. All rights reserved.

All songs copyright © 1988, 1986, 1983 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights).

DVD Production: David May, Matt Ferguson (Authoring), Tim Hoogenakker (Audio Restoration/Mastering), Joe Walker (Menus)