One of the best live box sets ever released has got to be Metallica's 'Live Sh*t: Binge & Purge.' The set originally dropped in 1993 and included three CDs and three VHS tapes. Nearly a decade later, the box set was re-released and replaced the tapes with DVDs.

On those tapes and DVDs were live footage taken from several different shows in San Diego and Seattle. One of the most powerful moments of the entire box set comes when Metallica jam on the 'Justice Medley,' a rocking montage of some of the best moments from the album '...And Justice for All.' On the CDs, this moment is captured on the first disc which was recorded at the Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City, Mexico in 1993. But for the visual component, you have to turn to the first VHS tape/DVD, which includes footage from their San Diego performances in 1992.

As much fun as it is to listen to Metallica - and believe us, we love it - it's always a big plus to be able to watch the band rock out to our favorite songs. 'Justice Medley' might just be one of the coolest moments in Metallica's history, and fortunately for you, footage is available all over YouTube. Relive a great piece of Metallica history with this clip from San Diego, as featured in the 'Live Sh*t' box set.

Metallica Perform 'Justice Medley' in San Diego, 1992