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Deal alert / Metallica: Kill ‘Em All box

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Metallica‘s enormous Kill ‘Em All super deluxe box set, issued earlier in 2016, is available now at a great price on Amazon Italy.

The comprehensive set, which features four vinyl records, five CDs, a DVD and a hardcover book is around £115 (€129) on the Germany site which is at least a £35 saving on the UK price. Ride The Lightning super deluxe is available for the same price.

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Metallica

Kill 'Em All [VINYL]

Shop Price GBP Stock
Amazon de 6LP coloured vinyl box 116.44
Amazon usa 6LP coloured vinyl box 88.21
Amazon ca 6LP coloured vinyl box 87.00
Amazon uk 6LP coloured vinyl box 135.34
Amazon fr 6LP coloured vinyl box 118.99
Amazon it 6LP coloured vinyl box 109.57
Amazon es 6LP coloured vinyl box 172.76
JPC de 6LP coloured vinyl box 144.49
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Kill ‘Em All Deluxe Box Set Track List:

Vinyl: Kill ‘Em All (Remastered)

“Hit the Lights”
“The Four Horsemen”
“Motorbreath”
“Jump in the Fire”
“(Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth”
“Whiplash”
“Phantom Lord”
“No Remorse”
“Seek and Destroy”
“Metal Militia”

Vinyl: Live At Espace Balard, Paris, France – February 9th, 1984 (Two LPs)

Previously Unreleased

“The Ecstasy of Gold”
“Hit the Lights” (Live)
“The Four Horsemen” (Live)
“Jump in the Fire” (Live)
“Phantom Lord” (Live)
“No Remorse” (Live)
“Ride the Lightning” (Live)
“Motorbreath” (Live)
“(Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth” (Live)
“Whiplash” (Live)
“Seek and Destroy” (Live)
“Metal Militia” (Live)

Vinyl: Jump in the Fire (Picture Disc)

“Jump in the Fire”
“Seek and Destroy” (“Live” at The Automatt)
“Phantom Lord” (“Live” at The Automatt)

CD: Kill ‘Em All (Remastered)

“Hit the Lights”
“The Four Horsemen”
“Motorbreath”
“Jump in the Fire”
“(Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth”
“Whiplash”
“Phantom Lord”
“No Remorse”
“Seek and Destroy”
“Metal Militia”

CD: Interview and Radio IDs

Previously Unreleased

Metal Forces Interview With Lars, January 1984
Radio IDs With Lars, James and Cliff From 1984

CD: Rough Mixes From Lars’ Vault, Bootleg Tracks and Whiplash Remix EP

Previously Unreleased except “Jump In The Fire,” “Whiplash (Special Neckbrace Remix),” “Seek and Destroy (“Live” at The Automatt)” and “Phantom Lord (“Live” at The Automatt)”

“Motorbreath” (Rough Mix)
“Hit the Lights” (Rough Mix)
“(Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth” (Rough Mix)
“Seek and Destroy” (Rough Mix)
“Whiplash” (Rough Mix)
“The Four Horsemen” (Rough Mix)
“Seek and Destroy” (Not Live from The Automatt)
“Phantom Lord” (Not Live from The Automatt)
“Jump in the Fire”
“Whiplash” (Special Neckbrace Remix)
“Seek and Destroy” (“Live” at The Automatt)
“Phantom Lord” (“Live” at The Automatt)

CD: Live at J Bees Rock III, Middletown, NY – January 20th, 1984

Previously Unreleased

“The Four Horsemen” (Live)
“Jump in the Fire” (Live)
“Fight Fire With Fire” (Live)
“Ride the Lightning” (Live)
“Phantom Lord” (Live)
“Seek and Destroy” (Live)
“Whiplash (Live)”

CD: Live at the Keystone, Palo Alto, CA – October 31st, 1983

Previously Unreleased

“Hit the Lights” (Live)
“The Four Horsemen” (Live)
“Jump in the Fire” (Live)
“Fight Fire With Fire” (Live)
“Ride the Lightning” (Live)
“Phantom Lord” (Live)
“When Hell Freezes Over (‘The Call of Ktulu’)” (Live)
“Seek and Destroy” (Live)
“(Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth” (Live)
“Whiplash” (Live)
“Creeping Death” (Live)
“Guitar Solo” (Live)
“Metal Militia” (Live)

DVD: Live at the Metro in Chicago on August 12th, 1983

Previously Unreleased except “No Remorse” and “Metal Militia”

“Hit the Lights” (Live) (Video Only/No Audio)
“The Four Horsemen” (Live) (Video Only/No Audio)
“Jump in the Fire” (Live) (Video Only/Partial Audio)
“Phantom Lord” (Live)
“No Remorse” (Live)
“(Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth” (Live)
“Whiplash” (Live)
“Seek and Destroy” (Live)
“Guitar Solo” (Live)
“Metal Militia” (Live)

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9 responses to Deal alert / Metallica: Kill ‘Em All box

  1. Gary Shaw says:

    I never have been or will ever be interested in a box set that bundles analogue in with digital media. I understand from the band/label’s perspective, it’s easier and cheaper to do one package instead of two, but as soon as I see a box set including vinyl, I’m out. It invariably means buying something for the second – sometimes third or even fourth, time and then getting loads of content you don’t need or want, just to get a few unrealised items.
    So please, bands, if you want us to buy the album again, give us extra CDs or DVDs (or preferably a BluRay), but keep the badges, stickers, posters, beer mats, key rings, whatever, and issue the vinyl separately for those that are interested.

  2. Les London says:

    Totally agree with you Gary. I would have purchased this but lumping the vinyl in the box is a real put off for me, I just can’t understand this vinyl obsession in box sets

  3. Derek says:

    Announcing: Build Your Own Deluxe Edition.
    For fans who grew up with Choose Your Own Adventure books ion the early 80s comes Build You Own Deluxe Edition.

    Want BlueRay audio? you can have it.
    Not interested in vinyl? you can choose to omit it.
    A DVD of live shows and clips? or would you prefer replica beer coasters?

    • Dogfacedboy says:

      *plays Choose Your Own SDE*

      You only want a DVD / Blu-Ray of Kate Bush’ 2014 live show so pick that as an added extra shouting as loudly as possible that you are owed it.

      The door slams behind you, you become lightheaded as you struggle to breathe, in out in out. The darkness envelops you as you hear a voice mutter “ungrateful gits”

      You are dead.

      • Dave says:

        Dogfacedboy – that’s hilarious. Written just like those books were written. Thanks for the nostalgia!

        Seriously, some offerings do this. The latest Big Big Train live album offers many different configurations – one with a sticker, one with a sticker and a t-shirt, one with just a t-shirt, one with a signed programme from the band, one with all these, etc. etc. Those are my favorite types of offerings. Gives the user some flexibility to suit their needs while still financially support the band, label, and distribution companies. These giant $300 USD box sets with vinyl are a margin play, not a volume play, so it would surprise me if they actually turn a profit in the long run. I think a flexible purchasing matrix would actually turn more inventory and make up for dips on margin with higher volumes.

  4. Robert says:

    For those that would prefer the omission of the vinyl-
    sell of the vinyl that you don’t want. I would imagine since the vinyl
    is only available in the box it would go for a pretty penny if sold separately
    therefore covering the entire cost of the box.

  5. Craig says:

    I usually avoid boxes with vinyl included but I made an exception for the Metallica KEA and RTL boxes and I got them for £99 each, any more than that and there’s no way I’d have bothered. I’m still considering selling off the unplayed vinyl components of them rather than have them weighing down the shelf sat in the box for years. Great sets whether you want the vinyl or not but not at the £150 rrp.

  6. elliott buckingham says:

    i think the 1st metallica albums upto and including justice could do with a new mix they all suffer from the 80s tinny metal production sound

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