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Performer: Metallica
Title: Master Of Puppets
Country: Europe
Catalog Number: BLCKND005R-1, 00602557382594
Label: Blackened Recordings
Released: 10 Nov 2017
Style: Thrash, Heavy Metal
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 555

Tracklist

1Leper Messiah
Written-By – Hetfield, Ulrich
5:40
2Damage, Inc.
Bass [Intro] – BurtonWritten-By – Burton, Hetfield, Hammett, Ulrich
5:32
3The Thing That Should Not Be
Written-By – Hetfield, Hammett, Ulrich
6:36
4Orion
Soloist, Bass [4th Solo] – BurtonSoloist, Lead Guitar [2nd Guitar Solo] – HetfieldWritten-By – Burton, Hetfield, Ulrich
8:27
5Disposable Heroes
Written-By – Hetfield, Hammett, Ulrich
8:16
6Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Written-By – Hetfield, Hammett, Ulrich
6:27
7Master Of Puppets
Soloist, Lead Guitar [1st Guitar Solo] – HetfieldWritten-By – Burton, Hetfield, Hammett, Ulrich
8:35
8Battery
Written-By – Hetfield, Ulrich
5:12

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
60439-1, 9 60439-1Metallica Master Of Puppets ‎(LP, Album, All)Elektra, Elektra60439-1, 9 60439-1US1986
838 141-2Metallica Master Of Puppets ‎(CD, Album, RE, RP)Vertigo838 141-2Brazil1994
838 141-4Metallica Master Of Puppets ‎(Cass, Album)Vertigo838 141-4Philippines1986
838 141-2Metallica Master Of Puppets ‎(CD, Album, RE)Vertigo, Phonogram838 141-2Philippines1989
838 141-1Metallica Master Of Puppets ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial, Blu)Vertigo 838 141-1UK & EuropeUnknown
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
60439-1, 9 60439-1Metallica Master Of Puppets ‎(LP, Album, All)Elektra, Elektra60439-1, 9 60439-1US1986
838 141-4Metallica Master Of Puppets ‎(Cass, Album)Vertigo838 141-4Philippines1986
838 141-2Metallica Master Of Puppets ‎(CD, Album, RE)Vertigo, Phonogram838 141-2Philippines1989
838 141-1Metallica Master Of Puppets ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial, Blu)Vertigo 838 141-1UK & EuropeUnknown
838 141-4, CP 1439Metallica Master Of Puppets ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Chr)Vertigo, PolyGram838 141-4, CP 1439South Korea1989
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
838 141-4Metallica Master Of Puppets ‎(Cass, Album)Vertigo838 141-4Philippines1986
838 141-2Metallica Master Of Puppets ‎(CD, Album, RE)Vertigo, Phonogram838 141-2Philippines1989
838 141-1Metallica Master Of Puppets ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial, Blu)Vertigo 838 141-1UK & EuropeUnknown
838 141-4, CP 1439Metallica Master Of Puppets ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Chr)Vertigo, PolyGram838 141-4, CP 1439South Korea1989
838 141-2Metallica Master Of Puppets ‎(CD, Album, RE)Vertigo838 141-2ArgentinaUnknown

Credits

  • Arranged By, Lyrics ByHetfield
  • Arranged By, Written-ByUlrich
  • Artwork By [Cover Concept] – Peter Mensch
  • Artwork By [Cover Concept], ProducerMetallica
  • Artwork By [Cover Illustration] – Don Brautigam
  • Artwork By [Inner Sleeve Pix], Photography [Back Cover] – Ross Halfin
  • Backing Vocals, BassCliff Burton
  • DrumsLars Ulrich
  • Engineer [Assistant Mixing]Mark Wilzcak
  • Engineer, ProducerFlemming Rasmussen
  • Guitar [Lead]Kirk Hammett
  • Mastered ByGeorge Marino
  • Mixed ByMichael Wagener
  • Photography [Back Cover] – Rich Likong, Rob Ellis, Ross Halfin
  • Rhythm Guitar, VocalsJames Hetfield
  • Written-ByBurton (tracks: A2, B3, B4), Hammett (tracks: A2 to A4, B1, B4)
  • Arranged ByHetfield, Ulrich
  • Bass, Backing VocalsCliff Burton
  • BookingK2 Agency
  • Booking [Agent]Dennis Arfa, John Jackson
  • Booking [At]AGI
  • Coordinator [Mastering]Lindsay Chase
  • Design Concept [Cover]Metallica, Peter Mensch
  • DrumsLars Ulrich
  • EngineerFlemming Rasmussen
  • Engineer [Assistant Mixing Engineer]Mark Wilzcak
  • Executive-Producer [Reissue]Greg Fidelman
  • Illustration [Cover]Don Brautigam
  • Lacquer Cut By [Vinyl Masters]CB
  • Lead GuitarKirk Hammett
  • LegalPeter Paterno
  • Legal [At]King, Holmes, Paterno and Soriano, LLP
  • Lyrics ByHetfield
  • ManagementQ Prime Inc.
  • Management [Business, At]WG&S, LLP
  • Management [Business]Eric Wasserman
  • Mastered ByGentry Studer, Howie Weinberg
  • Mixed ByMichael Wagener
  • Photography By [Back Cover, Cliff]Rich Likong
  • Photography By [Back Cover, James]Ross Halfin
  • Photography By [Back Cover, Kirk]Ross Halfin
  • Photography By [Back Cover, Lars]Rob Ellis
  • Photography By [Inner Sleeve Pix]Ross Halfin
  • ProducerFlemming Rasmussen, Metallica
  • Rhythm Guitar, VocalsJames Hetfield
  • Bass, Backing VocalsCliff Burton
  • Concept By [Cover Concept]Metallica, Peter Mensch
  • DrumsLars Ulrich
  • Illustration [Cover Illustration]Don Brautigam
  • Lead GuitarKirk Hammett
  • Liner NotesHiro Arishima
  • ManagementQ Prime Inc.
  • Mastered ByGeorge Marino
  • Mixed ByMichael Wagener
  • Mixed By [Assistant Mixing Engineer]Mark Wilczak
  • Photography By [All Inner Sleeve Pix, Back Cover Photos: Kirk, James]Ross Halfin
  • Photography By [Back Cover Photos: Cliff]Rich Likong
  • Photography By [Back Cover Photos: Lars]Robert Ellis
  • ProducerMetallica
  • Producer, EngineerFlemming Rasmussen
  • Vocals, Rhythm GuitarJames Hetfield
  • Written-ByBurton (tracks: 2, 7, 8), Hammett (tracks: 2 to 5, 8)
  • Written-By, Arranged ByUlrich
  • Written-By, Lyrics By, Arranged ByHetfield
  • Arranged ByHetfield, Ulrich
  • Bass, Backing VocalsCliff Burton
  • Cover [Cover Concept]Metallica, Peter Mensch
  • DrumsLars Ulrich
  • EngineerFlemming Rasmussen
  • Engineer [Assistant Mixing Engineer]Mark Wilzcak
  • Illustration [Cover]Don Brautigam
  • Lead GuitarKirk Hammett
  • Lyrics By [All Lyrics]Hetfield
  • Mastered ByGeorge Marino
  • Mixed ByMichael Wagener
  • Photography By [Back Cover Photos, Cliff]Rich Likong
  • Photography By [Back Cover Photos, James]Ross Halfin
  • Photography By [Back Cover Photos, Kirk]Ross Halfin
  • Photography By [Back Cover Photos, Lars]Rob Ellis
  • Photography By [Inner Sleeve Pix]Ross Halfin
  • ProducerFlemming Rasmussen, Metallica
  • Rhythm Guitar, VocalsJames Hetfield
  • Written-ByHetfield, Ulrich
  • Arranged ByHetfield, Ulrich
  • Artwork By [Cover Concept] – Metallica, Peter Mensch
  • Artwork By [Cover Illustration] – Don Brautigam
  • Bass, Backing VocalsCliff Burton
  • DrumsLars Ulrich
  • EngineerFlemming Rasmussen
  • Engineer [Assistant Mixing]Mark Wilzcak
  • Guitar [Lead]Kirk Hammett
  • Guitar [Rhythm], VocalsJames Hetfield
  • Lyrics ByHetfield
  • Mastered ByGeorge Marino
  • Mixed ByMichael Wagener
  • Music ByBurton (tracks: 2, 6), Hetfield, Hammett (tracks: 2 to 5, 8), Ulrich
  • Photography [Back Cover, Lars] – Rob Ellis
  • Photography By [All Inner Sleeve Pix]Ross Halfin
  • Photography By [Back Cover, Cliff]Rich Likong
  • Photography By [Back Cover, James]Ross Halfin
  • Photography By [Back Cover, Kirk]Ross Halfin
  • ProducerFlemming Rasmussen, Metallica
  • Arranged By [All Arrangements]Hetfield (tracks: 1-1 to 1-8), Ulrich (tracks: 1-1 to 1-8)
  • Bass, Backing VocalsCliff Burton
  • Cover [Concept]Metallica, Peter Mensch
  • DrumsLars Ulrich
  • Engineer [Assistant Mixing Engineer]Mark Wilzcak (tracks: 1-1 to 1-8)
  • Engineer [Engineered By]Flemming Rasmussen (tracks: 1-1 to 1-8)
  • Illustration [Cover]Don Brautigam
  • Lead GuitarKirk Hammett
  • ManagementQ-Prime, Inc.
  • Mastered ByReuben Cohen (tracks: 2-1 to 2-11, 3-1 to 3-14)
  • Mixed ByMichael Wagener (tracks: 1-1 to 1-8)
  • Producer [Produced By]Flemming Rasmussen (tracks: 1-1 to 1-8), Metallica (tracks: 1-1 to 1-8)
  • Remastered ByGentry Studer (tracks: 1-1 to 1-8), Howie Weinberg (tracks: 1-1 to 1-8)
  • Rhythm Guitar, VocalsJames Hetfield
  • Transferred By, Other [Fixed By], Mixed ByGreg Fidelman (tracks: 2-1 to 2-11), Kent Matcke (tracks: 2-1 to 2-11, 3-1 to 3-14), Tal Miller (tracks: 2-1 to 2-11)

Notes

With obi. With extra insert in Japanese, that has the lyrics in Japanese.

Recorded, Sept. -Dec. 1985 at Sweet Silence Studios, Copenhagen, Denmark.℗© 1986 Elektra/Asylum Records, a division of Warner Communications
Manufactured by Elektra/Asylum/Nonesuch Records, a division of Warner Communications
All songs published by Creeping Death Music, ASCAP
Recorded September-December 1985 at Sweet Silence Studios, Copenhagen, Denmark
Mixed at Amigo Studios, North Hollywood, CA
Mastered at Sterling Sound

Cat # on vinyl labels: 60439-1
Cat # on spine: 9 60439-1

Includes inner sleeve with lyrics
Red/black Elektra labels

For Specialty Records Corporation pressing, see here: Master Of PuppetsCassette variation: similar to other release Metallica - Master Of Puppets except this version has the 'Super Cassette' logo on the spinePrinted insert with lyrics, credits and photographs.
Download card with digital version of the album.
Merchandise card for "Master Of Puppets book"

Recorded Sept.-Dec. 1985 at Sweet Silence Studios, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Mixed at Amigo Studios, North Hollywood, CA.
Mastered at Howie Weinberg Mastering, Los Angeles, CA.
Vinyl masters by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Los Angeles, CA.

Made in EU.

Copyright © 1986 Creeping Death Music (Global Music Rights)
© ℗ 1986 Blackened Recordings, under exclusive license to Universal International Music B.V.

For the US release see Metallica - Master Of PuppetsRecorded Sept. - Dec. 1985 at Sweet Silence Studios, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Mixed at Amigo Studios, North Hollywood, CA, USA.
Mastered at Sterling Sound.

℗ & © 1996 Вирджиния Рекърдс
Manufactured in Bulgaria

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 4 988005 628640
  • Barcode: 6 02557 93244 7
  • Barcode: 0 7559-60439-4
  • Barcode (Text): 6 02557 38259 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 602557382594
  • Label Code: LC 01846
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched, -40191- P.USA stamped): BLCKND - 003R1 - A Obey your RE-Master! CB -40191- P.USA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched, -40191- P.USA stamped): BLCKND - 005R1 - B Made On The MetalliPress CB -40191- P.USA
  • Pressing Plant ID (Side A and B runout stamped): -40191- P.USA
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM
  • Barcode: 3229260003539
  • Barcode (Print): 0 7559-60439-1
  • Barcode (Scan, Format: UPC_A): 075596043915
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): ST-E-60439-1-A-AR
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): ST-E-60439-1-B-AR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove Side A): STE-60439-A-DMM-1, B-22841, Sterling Sound - Dmm-1, Δ 11835 ɑ, ED M1 SF1 SM4
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove Side B): STE-60439-B-DMM-1, Δ 11835-X ɑ, Sterling Sound-Dmm-1, ED M1 SF1 SM4, B-22842

Companies

  • Licensed To – Universal International Music B.V.
  • Manufactured By – Pallas USA
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Blackened Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Blackened Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Creeping Death Music
  • Published By – Creeping Death Music
  • Pressed By – Schallplattenfabrik Pallas GmbH – 40191
  • Recorded At – Sweet Silence Studios
  • Mixed At – Amigo Studios
  • Mastered At – Howie Weinberg Mastering
  • Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
  • Recorded At – Sweet Silence Studios
  • Mixed At – Amigo Studios
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Mastered At – Sheffield Lab Matrix – Δ 11835
  • Pressed By – Allied Record Company – B-22841
  • Pressed By – Allied Record Company – B-22842
  • Published By – Creeping Death Music
  • Copyright (c) – Elektra/Asylum Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elektra/Asylum Records
  • Manufactured By – WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd.
  • Distributed By – WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elektra/Asylum Records
  • Copyright (c) – Elektra/Asylum Records
  • Recorded At – Sweet Silence Studios
  • Mixed At – Amigo Studios
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Blackened Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Blackened Recordings
  • Made By – Universal Music México, S.A. de C.V.
  • Distributed By – Universal Music México, S.A. de C.V.
  • Record Company – Universal International
  • Marketed By – Universal Music LLC
  • Distributed By – Universal Music LLC
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Metallica
  • Copyright (c) – Metallica
  • Recorded At – Sweet Silence Studios
  • Mixed At – Amigo Studios
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound

Album

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Reviews (53)
Vareyma
I compared this release to a 90s version on Vertigo UFO-label and was never happy with this remaster. To me this mix sounded muddy with too much bass. All in all too undifferentiated. I sold my copy.

Coiwield
This release is my favorite by far, the most warm sound i have ever heard from this album!

Faebei
The Base of the drums are Very heavy while the bass is Very numb. Its okay but its a Very messy mix.

Xcorn
Definitely an improvement over the 80s cd. I have both (1989 cd and this 2017 vinyl), and played on my high-end equipment the cd sounds boxy and thin, while the vinyl sound fuller, warmer, richer and with more low end to it, which gives Cliff 's bass playing more substance, depth and justice, and a fuller soundstage which sounds more natural. No reason to skip this if you want a good vinyl version. But you need to turn the volume up. It's mastered as low as the original master was.

JoJolar
Not an improvement over the 80s cd. Less dynamic range. The classical guitars on Battery have added low mid range to them. Causing them to sound muddied. The vinyl has less top end. Which takes away from the clarity, especially in any acoustic passages. Overall it's nothing to write home about. It also has major distorion on the last songs on each side. The runtime is far too long for one album. I'm sure the 2lp version is better.

Shakataxe
Sorry but i really don't see the point of buying this record on vinyl. It's just a little bit better than the cd for the ambience. Are Trash albums made better for CD listening ? A digital analytic source offers me a better feeling of the guitar distorsion in that music style. I'm open minded if you propose something.

Sagda
kopa666 Sorry but i really don't see the point of buying this record on vinyl. It's just a little bit better than the cd for the ambience. Are Trash albums made better for CD listening ? A digital analytic source offers me a better feeling of the guitar distorsion in that music style. I'm open minded if you propose something. The mastering is what you should be after, not the medium.

Venemarr
Read a few comments about people liking the sound quality. I find it a bit quiet. My system is never turned up this loud and I'm sure the neighbors still can't hear it. (Purchased in UK)

Swift Summer
Komodalski Read a few comments about people liking the sound quality. I find it a bit quiet. My system is never turned up this loud and I'm sure the neighbors still can't hear it. (Purchased in UK) Noticed this too. Very quiet album indeed. Most likely all releases on vinyl are as this has quite a long runtime.

Villo
.Richard. You need to get either a more powerful amp then or a phono stage with more gain... Nah. I'm the same way. This is a super quiet album. Makes the surface noise during softer parts stand out a lot, unfortunately.

Ffrlel
Got my copy today in the UK, bit underwhelmed. This pressing feels a little light, not sure if 180g is accurate? Feels a little flimsy?

Golden freddi
Seriously, forget the weight of the record....it really makes no difference to the sound!

Jan
If you want a real vinyl sound, copies done when recording was analog will allways be better because vinyl is analog. So if you use digital masters, there is necessarily a conversion from digital to analog before pressing the vynil. if the recording was in analog, no need to convert the recording, that's why 70's vinyls sound so great , it is analog from the start to the end..if you want extra clear sound, what is the point of listening to vinyl, listen to cds. vinyl capacity is more limited in terms of "clear sound" but the vinyl sound is warmer, with really beautiful mediums but in terms of details cd is better , especially if the masters are digital

Tiainar
albundybzh i am not english and i make an effort speaking your language instead of french. Speak french as well as i speak englsh and then you may criticize my english ( and by the way it is "analog" not "analogue", so you should also learn to spell ). And it is not a lecture. It is just to say that, sadly, vinyl will never sound as good as they used to when recording was analog because nowadays recordings are never analog. And to conclude you really should relax yourself. Really not the place to make a message like this dude. Hey, have you heard Dire Straits Brothers in Arms on vinyl? What do you think of that?

Awene
i am not english and i make an effort speaking your language instead of french. Speak french as well as i speak englsh and then you may criticize my english ( and by the way it is "analog" not "analogue", so you should also learn to spell ). And it is not a lecture. It is just to say that, sadly, vinyl will never sound as good as they used to when recording was analog because nowadays recordings are never analog. And to conclude you really should relax yourself.

lets go baby
If you want to give us a lecture learn to fucking spell: *vinyl *analogue *necessarily *What's

Cesar
Sounds amazing! Finally a vinyl re-pressing of "Master Of Puppets" that sounds great and dosent skip all over the place. They've done a great job rectifying their vinyl re-issues since the first batch of pressings on Blackened Records have been extremely spotty. So far they've corrected them mistakes on "Kill Em All" "Ride the Lightning" and now "Master Of Puppets." Just make sure if your buying any of the vinyl re-issues of the classic Metallica albums that the catalog number ends in Re-01 to get the new re-issues because the previous Blackened vinyls are crappy and skip all over most tracks. Just waiting for "And Justice For All" and hopefully they will also re-do "Metallica" and "Death Magnetic". "Metallica" or black album sounded great the first time around but there was still the problem that you didn't know if you were gonna get a copy that played all the way through or if it was gonna skip at all. I don't even need to mention why they need to re-press "Death Magnetic". Just leave Lars out of the mixing booth.

6snake6
these blackened pressings are nothing compared to the music for nations pressings

Doktilar
I Agree. I made comparison with MFN 60 and MFN 60 DM. This new reissue sounds somehow soft and it is lacking dynamics. MFN pressings sounds so much better.

Sharpmane
No, I sadly only have a reissue from 1986 which is 33 1/3. Perhaps I was a little premature in saying it was hard to beat as it is the only version I have heard. Still sounds incredible though. It's an MFN pressing,

AnnyMars
Blackened release of Black Album is okay. The bass is a little clearer in my opinion but haven't heard the origins. My MFN pressing of Ride the Lightning on the other hand... I totally agree. Hard to beat!

Mightsinger
i compared (a/b) to a 1986 EU Music for Nations pressing and they hold up, none is better ...Are you referring to the 45rpm ?

Golkis
I have got my copy today.Perfect sound quality.Very detailed and clear.

Kanrad
Also would like to know where it's pressed? The US one is pressed at PALLAS USA.

DarK-LiGht
This one has the P. USA inscription in the Matrices as well, so it has been pressed by Pallas USA. (but as the Pallas USA press stands at Pallas in Germany, you could discuss how "US pressed" this pressing (and the US version for that matter) really is.

Mushicage
Sound quality is excellent. No issues with this record at all. (I do not have the original press to compare)

Kuve
Can anyone comment whether this one has CB in the deadwax ?

Геракл
Thanks, i was hoping to have the same mastering as the US release. Now that it's confirmed i am happy.

Marirne
That's CB, Chris Bellman. (Here are some more words.... stupid Discogs minimum word limit)

Kulasius
Because it was mastered for vinyl by Chris Bellman as it says in the book that comes with the box.

JoldGold
there are two letters hand etched that are possibly a lower case cb

Bev
I've always thought this pressing sounded a little thin. Maybe that's just my system...anyone else feel like this is the case? Maybe it's the dmm process adding some high end. Maybe the low-end is subdued a bit because it's a 50 minute album (and a loud as fuck album) on one lp.

Snowseeker
Master of Puppets is hands down the most important metal album of the 80s. It helped transition Metallica from underground heroes to world giants, but also brought Thrash Metal to the mainstream with it.

Kerahuginn
Absolutely amazing press. I got this for a steal too.

Marad
3,247 people do NOT have this particular pressing. I really wish more people were reliable.

Thordira
what do you mean? I just realized I have this version. what does the A near the center mean?

fire dancer
Deluxe edition box set went up for pre order yesterday. Ordered mine immediately. 3 lps, 10 cds, 1 cassette, 2 dvds, hardcover book, folder with handwritten lyrics, lithograph, and 6 buttons. Ships out November 10th. Can't wait!!!!!

melody of you
Xmax2011X Deluxe edition box set went up for pre order yesterday. Ordered mine immediately. 3 lps, 10 cds, 1 cassette, 2 dvds, hardcover book, folder with handwritten lyrics, lithograph, and 6 buttons. Ships out November 10th. Can't wait!!!!! Why post this on the original vinyl release page?

Axebourne
Xmax2011X Deluxe edition box set went up for pre order yesterday. Ordered mine immediately. 3 lps, 10 cds, 1 cassette, 2 dvds, hardcover book, folder with handwritten lyrics, lithograph, and 6 buttons. Ships out November 10th. Can't wait!!!!! Where is it on here? I got mine yesterday.(It's badass, by the way.)

Thoginn
There's so many different pressings for this album can somebody given me the skinny on what the worthwhile ones are to go for, preferably vinyl but CD too?

Qutalan
I own this pressing and the Specialty elektra. Also i had the :MFN 1st pressing, France 1st pressing, Japanese original press, MFN 45 rpm DM 60, Warner 2008 45 rpm pressing and the new 2017 remastered from Blackened. Also i got many CD (Original MFN, Vertigo 89 reissue, 2011 japan remastered, 2017 Blackened remastered ect ect). If you want my opinion the best version of the album is that one. Not because is the the most famous, but because is the best. The power the explosion and the clarity here is insane and really impressed when i heard it. The "Direct metal mastering" was perfect here. The second favorite it is the "Specialty" that had the same "DM mastering" and it sound almost similar with this (Allied press). This one is more dead silent version. My third favorite is the original Japanese pressing that has "Lanquer cut" and that gives more warmer sound and more bass. Exist many "Lanquer" pressings but the japanese is the most clean and punchy i have in my collection. And the fourth favorite is also the amazing 1987 45 rpm from "MFN" that also has "DM mastering" but is not so punchy and so bright/clean like the "Allied" here. The worst pressing i have heard is the warner 2008, 45 rpm pressing. They kill the album and i suggest you to ignore it. I hope i help despite my comment was too late for you..

Ceroelyu
Agree. MFN 45 rpm which is DMM has the best sound quality you can find with an unlimited budget. I have the very first pressing by Allied and the MFS. MFN mastered this classic perfectly.

Shazel
Older is better in any case, any US pressed CDs after 1995 are brickwalled and sound flat as hell. The European CD version is still the older master so that one is safe. As for vinyl, best sound pressing I've heard was the Music For Nations one.

wanderpool
Collectible value doesn't really bother me, I just want a good sounding hard copy with vinyl being my first preference. From what I've read it seems a lot of the older pressings are the ones to go for.

Anicasalar
Well, if you are an Collector. Go for the first Press LP.If you are just wanne listen, go for the CD.If you are Vinyl Fan, go for the newest/cheapest Vinyl.

Tygrafym
Can anyone help me out? I have an early pressing with this runout:STE-60439-A-DMM-1 SP0-2 Sterling Sound - Dmm-1 ED M1 SF1 SM5I don't know if I'm missing something but when I get time I'm gonna make a new entry.

Clever
I'm hoping someone sells a nice copy for less than $100+..I was looking at the Blackened press but apparently it sucks so I'm not gonna play with fire.

Ces
bad classification the first edition NO barcode, check out the photos of this edition https://www.discogs.com/es/sell/item/371061190

Gandree
isn't that simply because club editions didn't have bar codes because they weren't meant to be scanned?

Hbr
Allied + Specialty pressings are awesome however Allied sounds better in my opinoin. The one without the bar code is the Club edition pressing and sounds like Shit. It's not DMM.

Dog_Uoll
15000 euros?my copy is no barcode on back cover, but I'm not sure it's the very first pressing. Anyway I just cost 50 USD to have it.

Detenta
Same here, we got the blackenedRecs versions this week at our store & they sound so damn lame compared to the original USelektra & the UKmusicfornations version.Check out the 2x45rpm UK 80s versions of the first 3 albums ( maybe the best sounding versions ever!!! )Because i work as a matering engineer for different labels here in switzerland i ocasionaly do some transfers & restaurations for clients from Vinyl to Digital and therefor i'm lucky to randomly have access to different pressings from around the world. So yes, i dont have a fu...ing clue what the hell went wrong with the repressing or the qualitycheck for these blackenedRecs versions. cheers, rob

Painbrand
agreed.i have the blackened recordings version of kill em all,i had to change my headphones over to mono to even hear james' vocals and the bass,which should not be happening on a analogue vinyl recording,especially it has been cleaned up(remastered),any thoughts as to why the sound is so shitty?it's really odd because my vinyl of and justice for all from blackened sounds much better than the original.

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