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|2. ...And Justice For All|
|3. Eye Of The Beholder|
|5. The Shortest Straw|
|6. Harvester Of Sorrow|
|7. The Frayed Ends Of Sanity|
|8. To Live Is To Die|
|9. Dyers Eve|
I think everyone should get this album even if you arent a crazed Metallica fan.
Some of the best songs are Blackened, ...And Justice For All, One, The Shortest Straw, Harvester Of Sorrow, To Live Is To Die and Dyers' Eve.
It's the best Metallica album and one of the best metal albums ever,if not the best.
Packaged very well. Plays very well. It's in great condition. New record added to the collection. Very happy.Published 2 days ago by Michael
Just great to have a new one, my dog chewed a bunch of my good cd's.Published 29 days ago by AJ Rugged
Metallica at its Best! This was the album that turned me into a life-long fan. Great songs with Great Lyrics,and the Monster Riffs! I'm still blown away to this day! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mike C.
educated my teenage son in the gloriousness that is metallica...alls he asked for christmas was every metallica album made...this is his favorite!Published 1 month ago by Heidi L. Carrero
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|Where are the live tracks from?||
Apr 29, 2013 by Rushead 2112-Hemispheres | See all 3 posts
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I agree this cd doesn't have the sound quality of the newer albums. There are a lot of cds from the 80's and 90's that I wish were redone or somehow made louder. The volume is the major problem I have with some of these cds, especially The Foo Fighters first album and Green Day's Dookie.... Read More
Apr 14, 2013 by ScottJ | See all 7 posts
|eye of the beholder||
yeah that so is a filler I think the best song is probably harvester of sorrow or shortest straw
Nov 25, 2010 by UpwardNinja | See all 7 posts
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Seriously? It's a form of art. C'mon icecube!!!
Dec 22, 2011 by R. Bearking | See all 6 posts