Damaged Justice

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Damaged Justice
Tour by Metallica
Associated album ...And Justice for All
Start date September 11, 1988
End date October 8, 1989
Legs 5
Shows 222
Metallica concert chronology
Monsters of Rock Tour 1988
(1988)
Damaged Justice
(1988-1989)
Wherever We May Roam Tour
(1991-1992)

Damaged Justice was the fourth concert tour by the American thrash metal band Metallica. It began on September 11, 1988 and ended on October 8, 1989. The name is believed to be inspired either by the cover of its fourth studio album ...And Justice for All, or by the song "Damage, Inc." from the group's previous album, Master of Puppets. Both of the August 29 and 30, 1989 shows in Seattle, Washington were later released in the box set Live Shit: Binge & Purge.

Itinerary[edit]

The tour marked the one and, to date, only time that Metallica has played in the U.S. state of Delaware. On August 7, 1989, the band headlined a special and very drunken gig at Newark's Stone Balloon.

The line-up from left to right; Jason Newsted (bass), Lars Ulrich (drums), James Hetfield (lead vocals/rhythm guitar), Kirk Hammett (lead guitar).

First typical setlist[edit]

(Taken from the San Francisco, CA Cow Palace show on December 10, 1988)

  1. "Blackened"
  2. "For Whom the Bell Tolls"
  3. "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)"
  4. "The Four Horsemen"
  5. "Harvester of Sorrow"
  6. "Eye of the Beholder"
  7. Bass Solo
  8. "Master of Puppets"
  9. "One"
  10. "Seek & Destroy"
  11. "...And Justice for All"
  12. "Creeping Death"
  13. "Fade to Black"
  14. Guitar Solo
  15. "Battery"
  16. "Last Caress" (Originally performed by the Misfits)
  17. "Am I Evil?" (Originally performed by Diamond Head)
  18. "Whiplash"
  19. "Breadfan" (Originally performed by Budgie)

Second typical setlist[edit]

(Taken from the Seattle, WA Seattle Center Coliseum show on August 29, 1989)

  1. "Blackened"
  2. "For Whom the Bell Tolls"
  3. "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)"
  4. "Harvester of Sorrow"
  5. "The Four Horsemen"
  6. "The Thing That Should Not Be"
  7. Bass Solo
  8. "Master of Puppets"
  9. "Fade to Black"
  10. "Seek & Destroy"
  11. "...And Justice for All"
  12. "One"
  13. "Creeping Death"
  14. Guitar Solo
  15. "Battery"
  16. "Last Caress" (Originally performed by the Misfits)
  17. "Am I Evil?" (Originally performed by Diamond Head)
  18. "Whiplash"
  19. "Breadfan" (Originally performed by Budgie)

Alternate songs[edit]

The setlist remained fairly consistent over the course of the tour. "Blackened" opened every performance with the exception of "Creeping Death" at some concerts in the summer of 1989. "The Wait" was teased as part of the second encore beginning with the spring '89 Pacific Rim tour. Other covers teased included "Prowler" (originally performed by Iron Maiden), "Helpless", "How Many More Times" by Led Zeppelin and "Black Night" by Deep Purple. "Eye of the Beholder" was often played as the fifth or sixth song, immediately following "Harvester of Sorrow"; it was switched out fairly regularly with "The Four Horsemen". "Leper Messiah" made infrequent appearances in this position as well. "Damage, Inc." followed the bass solo initially (this can be heard on various bootlegs from the fall '88 European tour) but was for the most part phased out by the end of the year and used as an encore when at all. The encores changed almost every night but almost always consisted of the covers "Breadfan" and "Blitzkrieg" (rare) among them as well as the aforementioned "Damage, Inc." and "Motorbreath", from Kill 'Em All. The band also started switching instruments during "Am I Evil?" at certain dates starting in 1989. Lars Ulrich would be on lead vocals, Jason Newsted on guitar, Kirk Hammett on bass and James Hetfield on drums. The group performed it at these shows: Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada on April 3, Tokyo, Japan on May 14, Newark, Delaware on August 7, Irvine, California on September 23 & São Paulo on October 7.

Around halfway through the tour as the "One" single and video became more successful, it moved further down the setlist to the first encore, and "Fade To Black" would take it's spot between "Master Of Puppets" and "Seek & Destroy".

Tour dates[edit]

European Leg[edit]

Date City Venue
Supported by: Danzig
9/11/1988 Hungary Budapest, Hungary MTK Football Stadium
9/13/1988 Italy Padova, Italy Palasport
9/14/1988 Italy Milan, Italy Palatrussardi
9/15/1988 Switzerland Bern, Switzerland Festhalle
9/17/1988 Spain Pamplona, Spain Plaza de Toros
9/18/1988 Spain Madrid, Spain Casa de Campo
9/20/1988 France Toulon, France Espace Culture des Lices
9/21/1988 France Montpellier, France Le Zénith
9/22/1988 Spain Barcelona, Spain Plaza de Toros
9/24/1988 United Kingdom Edinburgh, Scotland Edinburgh Playhouse
9/25/1988 United Kingdom Edinburgh, Scotland Edinburgh Playhouse
9/26/1988 United Kingdom Bradford, England St George's Hall
9/28/1988 United Kingdom Newport, Wales Newport Centre
9/29/1988 United Kingdom Birmingham, England NEC
9/30/1988 United Kingdom Sheffield, England City Hall
10/1/1988 United Kingdom Antrim, Northern Ireland Antrim Forum
10/3/1988 Republic of Ireland Dublin, Ireland Top Hat
10/4/1988 Republic of Ireland Dublin, Ireland Top Hat
10/6/1988 United Kingdom Newcastle, England City Hall
10/8/1988 United Kingdom Manchester, England Manchester Apollo
10/9/1988 United Kingdom London, England Hammersmith Odeon
10/10/1988 United Kingdom London, England Hammersmith Odeon
10/11/1988 United Kingdom London, England Hammersmith Odeon
Supported by: Queensrÿche
10/13/1988 Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark KB Hallen
10/15/1988 Finland Helsinki, Finland Helsinki Ice Hall
10/17/1988 Sweden Stockholm, Sweden Solnahall
10/18/1988 Norway Oslo, Norway Skedsmohallen
10/19/1988 Sweden Gothenburg, Sweden Frölundaborg
10/21/1988 Germany Munich, Germany Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle
10/22/1988 Germany Saarbrücken, Germany Saarlandhalle
10/23/1988 Germany Würzburg, Germany Carl-Diem-Halle
10/24/1988 Germany Hanover, Germany Niedersachsenhalle
10/26/1988 Germany Cologne, Germany Sporthalle
10/27/1988 Germany Dortmund, Germany Westfalenhalle
10/28/1988 Germany Heidelberg, Germany Rhein-Neckar
10/29/1988 Belgium Brussels, Belgium Forest National
10/31/1988 France Paris, France Le Zénith
11/1/1988 Germany Frankfurt, Germany Festhalle
11/2/1988 Germany Stuttgart, Germany Schleyerhalle
11/3/1988 Germany Regensburg, Germany Donauhalle
11/5/1988 Netherlands Leiden, Netherlands Groenoordhallen

North American Leg I[edit]

Date City Venue
Supported by: Queensrÿche
11/15/1988 United States Toledo Toledo Sports Arena
11/17/1988 United States Chicago UIC Pavilion
11/18/1988 United States Cincinnati Cincinnati Gardens
11/19/1988 United States Columbus, Ohio Battelle Hall
11/21/1988 United States Madison Dane County Coliseum
11/22/1988 United States Milwaukee MECCA Arena
11/24/1988 United States Indianapolis Market Square Arena
11/25/1988 United States Detroit Cobo Arena
11/26/1988 United States Cleveland Richfield Coliseum
11/28/1988 United States St. Louis Kiel Auditorium
11/29/1988 United States Kansas City Municipal Auditorium
11/30/1988 United States Oklahoma City Myriad
12/2/1988 United States Albuquerque Tingley Coliseum
12/4/1988 United States Phoenix Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum
12/5/1988 United States San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
12/7/1988 United States Long Beach Long Beach Arena
12/8/1988 United States Long Beach Long Beach Arena
12/10/1988 United States San Francisco Cow Palace
12/11/1988 United States San Francisco Cow Palace
12/12/1988 United States Sacramento Arco Arena
12/14/1988 United States Fresno Selland Arena
12/16/1988 United States Salt Lake City Salt Palace
12/18/1988 United States Denver Mc Nichols Arena
1/11/1989 United States Knoxville James White Civic Coliseum
1/13/1989 United States Memphis Mid-South Coliseum
1/14/1989 United States Birmingham Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex
1/15/1989 United States New Orleans Lakefront Arena
1/17/1989 United States Waco Heart O' Texas Coliseum
1/18/1989 United States Odessa Ector County Coliseum
1/20/1989 United States Lubbock City Bank Coliseum
1/21/1989 United States El Paso El Paso County Coliseum
1/22/1989 United States Amarillo Amarillo Civic Center
1/24/1989 United States Beaumont Beaumont Civic Center
1/25/1989 United States Corpus Christi Memorial Coliseum
1/27/1989 United States Shreveport Hirsch Memorial Coliseum
1/28/1989 United States Tulsa Expo Square Pavilion
1/31/1989 United States Abilene Taylor County Expo Center
2/1/1989 United States San Antonio HemisFair Arena
2/3/1989 United States Austin Frank Erwin Center
2/4/1989 United States Houston The Summit
2/5/1989 United States Dallas Reunion Arena
2/7/1989 United States Little Rock Barton Coliseum
2/8/1989 United States Huntsville Von Braun Civic Center
2/10/1989 United States Lakeland Lakeland Civic Center
2/11/1989 United States Daytona Beach Ocean Center
2/12/1989 United States Miami James L. Knight Center
2/14/1989 United States Fort Myers Lee County Civic Center
2/15/1989 United States West Palm Beach West Palm Beach Auditorium
2/17/1989 United States Jacksonville Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum
2/18/1989 United States Atlanta The Omni
2/19/1989 United States Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum
2/25/1989 United States Fayetteville Cumberland County Auditorium
2/26/1989 United States Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum
2/27/1989 United States Savannah Savannah Civic Center
3/1/1989 United States East Rutherford Brendan Byrne Arena
3/2/1989 United States Bethlehem Stabler Arena
3/4/1989 United States Pittsburgh Civic Arena
3/5/1989 United States Binghamton Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
3/7/1989 United States Rochester Rochester Community War Memorial
3/8/1989 United States Uniondale Nassau Coliseum
3/9/1989 United States Landover Capital Centre
3/11/1989 United States Norfolk Norfolk Scope
3/12/1989 United States Philadelphia The Spectrum
3/13/1989 United States Buffalo Memorial Auditorium
3/15/1989 United States Troy RPI Field House
3/16/1989 United States Worcester The Centrum
3/17/1989 United States Hartford Hartford Civic Center
3/18/1989 United States Syracuse War Memorial at Oncenter
3/29/1989 United States Providence Providence Civic Center
3/30/1989 United States Portland Cumberland County Civic Center
4/1/1989 Canada Moncton Moncton Coliseum
4/3/1989 Canada Sydney Centre 200
4/4/1989 Canada Halifax Halifax Metro Centre
4/6/1989 Canada Ottawa Ottawa Civic Centre
4/7/1989 Canada Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens
4/8/1989 Canada Hamilton Copps Coliseum
4/10/1989 Canada Quebec City Colisée de Québec
4/11/1989 Canada Chicoutimi Centre Georges-Vézina
4/12/1989 Canada Montreal Montreal Forum
4/14/1989 United States Battle Creek Kellogg Arena
4/15/1989 United States Saginaw Wendler Arena
4/16/1989 United States Dayton Hara Arena
4/18/1989 United States Peoria Peoria Civic Center
4/19/1989 United States Green Bay Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena
4/20/1989 United States La Crosse La Crosse Center
4/21/1989 United States Bloomington Met Center

Pacific Ocean Tour[edit]

Date City Venue
Australia Support act: Mortal Sin
5/1/1989 New Zealand Auckland Logan Campbell Center
5/3/1989 Australia Adelaide Thebarton Theatre
5/4/1989 Australia Melbourne Festival Hall
5/6/1989 Australia Sydney Hordern Pavilion
5/11/1989 Japan Kawasaki Sangyo Bunka Kaikan
5/13/1989 Japan Tokyo Yoyogi National Gymnasium
5/14/1989 Japan Tokyo Yoyogi National Gymnasium
5/16/1989 Japan Osaka Koseinekin Hall
5/17/1989 Japan Osaka Koseinekin Hall
5/18/1989 Japan Nagoya Shi Kokaido
Supported By: The Cult
5/24/1989 United States Honolulu Neal S. Blaisdell Center
5/27/1989 United States Anchorage Sullivan Arena

North American Leg II[edit]

Date City Venue
Supported By: The Cult
5/31/1989 Canada Vancouver PNE Expo Center
6/2/1989 Canada Edmonton Northlands Coliseum
6/3/1989 Canada Calgary Saddledome
6/4/1989 Canada Saskatoon Saskatchewan Place
6/6/1989 Canada Winnipeg Winnipeg Arena
6/7/1989 United States Minot Municipal Auditorium
6/8/1989 United States Duluth Duluth Arena Auditorium
6/10/1989 United States Bloomington Met Center
6/11/1989 United States Ames Hilton Coliseum
6/13/1989 United States Sioux Falls Sioux Falls Arena
6/14/1989 United States Omaha Omaha Civic Auditorium
6/16/1989 United States Rapid City Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
6/17/1989 United States Bismarck Bismarck Civic Center
6/18/1989 United States Grand Forks Hyslop Sports Center
6/20/1989 United States Cedar Rapids Five Seasons Center
6/21/1989 United States Bonner Springs Sandstone Amphitheatre
6/22/1989 United States Springfield Prairie Capital Convention Center
6/24/1989 United States East Troy Alpine Valley
6/25/1989 United States Fort Wayne Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
6/27/1989 United States Evansville Roberts Municipal Stadium
6/28/1989 United States Louisville Louisville Gardens
6/29/1989 United States Indianapolis Deer Creek Music Center
7/1/1989 United States Mears Val du Lakes Amphitheatre
7/3/1989 United States Clarkston Pine Knob
7/4/1989 United States Clarkston Pine Knob
7/5/1989 United States Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
7/7/1989 United States Hoffman Estates Poplar Creek Music Theater
7/8/1989 United States Cleveland Richfield Coliseum
7/9/1989 United States Charleston Charleston Civic Center
7/11/1989 United States Pittsburgh Civic Arena
7/12/1989 United States Harrisburg City Island
7/14/1989 United States Middletown Orange County Fairgrounds
7/15/1989 United States Manchester Riverfront Park
7/16/1989 United States Weedsport Cayuga County Fairgrounds
7/18/1989 United States Bristol Lake Compounce
7/19/1989 United States Philadelphia The Spectrum
7/21/1989 United States East Rutherford Brendan Byrne Arena
7/22/1989 United States East Rutherford Brendan Byrne Arena
7/23/1989 United States Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
7/25/1989 United States Worcester The Centrum
7/26/1989 United States Burlington Memorial Auditorium
7/28/1989 United States Landover Capital Centre
7/29/1989 United States Allentown Great Allentown Fair
7/30/1989 United States Richmond Richmond Coliseum
8/7/1989 United States Newark Stone Balloon
8/8/1989 United States Roanoke Roanoke Civic Center
8/9/1989 United States Columbia Carolina Coliseum
8/11/1989 United States Johnson City Freedom Hall
8/12/1989 United States Columbus, Ohio Buckeye Lake Music Center
8/13/1989 United States Greenville Memorial Auditorium
8/15/1989 United States Chattanooga McKenzie Arena
8/16/1989 United States Nashville Starwood Amphitheatre
8/18/1989 United States Atlanta Lakewood Amphitheatre
8/19/1989 United States Jackson Mississippi Coliseum
8/20/1989 United States Biloxi Mississippi Coast Coliseum
8/22/1989 United States Houston The Summit
8/23/1989 United States Dallas Starplex Amphitheatre
8/25/1989 United States Morrison Red Rocks Amphitheatre
8/26/1989 United States Morrison Red Rocks Amphitheatre
8/28/1989 United States Spokane Spokane Coliseum
8/29/1989 United States Seattle Seattle Center Coliseum
8/30/1989 United States Seattle Seattle Center Coliseum
9/1/1989 United States Portland Memorial Coliseum
9/3/1989 United States Boise Boise State University Pavilion
9/5/1989 United States Billings MetraPark Arena
9/6/1989 United States Casper Casper Events Center
9/8/1989 United States Salt Lake City Salt Palace
9/9/1989 United States Las Vegas Thomas & Mack Center
9/10/1989 United States Chandler Compton Terrace Amphitheatre
9/12/1989 United States Reno Lawlor Events Center
9/14/1989 United States Concord Concord Pavilion
9/15/1989 United States Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
9/16/1989 United States Sacramento California Exposition & State Fair
9/19/1989 United States Tucson Tucson Community Center
9/21/1989 United States Irvine Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre
9/22/1989 United States Irvine Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre
9/23/1989 United States Irvine Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre

Brazilian Leg[edit]

Date City Venue
10/4/1989 Brazil Rio de Janeiro Maracanãzinho
10/6/1989 Brazil Sao Paulo Projecto SP
10/7/1989 Brazil Sao Paulo Projecto SP
10/8/1989 Brazil Sao Paulo Projecto SP

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. http://www.bootlegs.ws/met/met89-02-26.html
  2. http://www.bootlegs.ws/met/met89-06-29.html