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Metallica

Blackened

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And Justice for All is the fourth studio album by American heavy metal band Metallica, released on September 6, 1988 through Elektra Records. It is their first studio album to feature bassist Jason Newsted and without former bassist Cliff Burton. The front cover depicts the statue of Lady Justice cracked and bound by ropes, with both of her scales filled with dollars and both of her breasts exposed. The words “...And Justice for All” are written in graffiti to the right. This was used to symbolize that Justice had been raped, which is the main theme of the album as expressed in songs such as “Eye of the Beholder” and “...And Justice for All”. The album has sold over 8 million copies in the US alone according to the RIAA. Read on...

Song lines: ♪ To begin whipping Dance of the Dead ... FIRE ... Blackened--is the--end

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More songs by Metallica (See Charts): Frantic, The Unnamed Feeling, The Judas Kiss, The House Jack Built, The End Of The Line, The Four Horsemen, The God That Failed, Fuel, The Memory Remains, and Of Wolf And Man.

Popular in Trash Metal (See Charts): For Whom The Bell Tolls, …And Justice For All, Battery, Orion, Ride The Lightning, Welcome Home (Sanitarium), The Four Horsemen, Angel Of Death, and South Of Heaven.

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