Metallica … And Justice for All Trivia Quiz Questions

Metallica …And Justice for All Quizzes

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3. Eye Of The Beholder Quiz
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7. The Frayed Ends Of Sanity Quiz
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And Justice for All – More Info

“…And Justice for All” is the fourth studio album by American heavy metal band Metallica, released on August 25, 1988, through Elektra Records. The album marked a significant shift in the band’s sound, showcasing more complex song structures and progressive elements while retaining their thrash metal roots.

The album was Metallica’s first after the tragic death of bassist Cliff Burton in a bus accident during the band’s European tour in September 1986. Jason Newsted joined as the new bassist after winning an audition, and “…And Justice for All” was his first studio album with the band.

Thematically, the album addresses various socio-political issues such as censorship, nuclear warfare, and the environment. The album’s cover art, designed by Stephen Gorman, features the statue of Lady Justice being bound and gagged, symbolizing the corruption of the justice system.

The production of the album, handled by Flemming Rasmussen, has been a point of controversy among fans and critics due to the nearly inaudible bass guitar in the final mix. This was allegedly due to tensions between the band members and Newsted, as well as decisions made during the mixing process by the band and the mix engineers.

Despite these controversies, “…And Justice for All” was a commercial success, reaching No. 6 on the Billboard 200 and achieving platinum status within nine weeks of its release. The album’s single “One” became the band’s first Top 40 hit and earned them their first Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance in 1990.

“…And Justice for All” is considered a landmark album in the development of progressive thrash metal and remains an influential record in the metal genre.

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