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Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the 1983 album,Kill 'Em All, which was the debut album from Metallica. Ranked eighth on the list of the biggest selling groups in history, and one of the most influential bands in music, Metallica proved its metal with this groundbreaking album. In 1983, Metallica traveled to Rochester, New York to record its first album, Metal Up Your Ass. Due to conflicts with the band's record label and distributors' refusal to release an album with that name, it was renamed Kill 'Em All. The album peaked on the Billboard 200 at number 120 and although the album was not an initial financial success, it earned Metallica a growing fan base in the underground metal scene.
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the 1983 album,Kill 'Em All, which was the debut album from Metallica. Ranked eighth on the list of the biggest selling groups in history, and one of the most influential bands in music, Metallica proved its metal with this groundbreaking album. In 1983, Metallica traveled to Rochester, New York to record its first album, Metal Up Your Ass. Due to conflicts with the band's record label and distributors' refusal to release an album with that name, it was renamed Kill 'Em All. The album peaked on the Billboard 200 at number 120 and although the album was not an initial financial success, it earned Metallica a growing fan base in the underground metal scene.
093624990932
Metallica - Kill 'Em All [Vinyl]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: WARNER BROS / WEA
Catalog: 343612
Rel. Date: 04/15/2008
UPC: 093624990932

Kill 'Em All [Vinyl]
Artist: Metallica
Format: Vinyl
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Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the 1983 album,Kill 'Em All, which was the debut album from Metallica. Ranked eighth on the list of the biggest selling groups in history, and one of the most influential bands in music, Metallica proved its metal with this groundbreaking album. In 1983, Metallica traveled to Rochester, New York to record its first album, Metal Up Your Ass. Due to conflicts with the band's record label and distributors' refusal to release an album with that name, it was renamed Kill 'Em All. The album peaked on the Billboard 200 at number 120 and although the album was not an initial financial success, it earned Metallica a growing fan base in the underground metal scene.
        
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