Well, that was fun.

The first official weekend of the national broadcast of The Ultimate Metallica Show is wrapped up and I have to say, I had a blast. I hope you did, too. Thank you for letting me hang with you wherever you were listening.

On this edition of The Ultimate Metallica Show, we pulled out all the stops as we celebrated the 34th anniversary of the release of …And Justice For All, including Metallica’s acoustic version of "Blackened" and a killer live performance of "One" from 1996 in Sweden.

Of course, we threw in a lot of other fun things, too, like a live track from Lubbock, Texas (shoutout to our friends at FMX!) and Ghost's cover of "Enter Sandman." If you missed any part of the show, don’t worry, you can check out the full playlist below.

The Ultimate Metallica Show — Hour 1

The Ultimate Metallica Show — Hour 1

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Now that we have the inaugural show under our belts, make sure you have the Ultimate Metallica app on your phone and hit me up anytime during the week with your requests and Metallica memories. Send me a message and I will make sure I get your favorite ‘Tallica tracks on-the-air.

Watch Metallica Perform "One" Live in Stockholm

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It's a question that should have a simple, quick answer, but figuring out when ...And Justice For All was actually released is a complicated conversation. Though Metallica's team has told us, definitively, that Sept. 7, 1988, is the day that ...And Justice For All hit the streets, we still find it fascinating and kind of perplexing how many different release date theories are out there. Though the below gallery isn't comprehensive, it begins to capture just how complicated this conversation really is.

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