Quoted from tilted81:
I agree with the faster song part, sometimes it seems like it takes forever for it to get going, but this is gonna jack up lady justice mode so for me it's a no no.
I agree with Hougie. Lady Justice mode starts with the final two minutes of "One." The final two minutes of "And Justice For All" is perfect for this mode because it begins to slow the pace as the mode is winding down. I used AJFA as a replacement for "One" for a while, but then I tried something different where I still get the final 2 mins of AJFA on Lady Justice mode (see notes below).
Over the last 2 1/2 years, I've posted my different song changes a few times, but I know there are a lot of new owners, so here they are again, including my reasoning:
Four Horsemen (Removed the original Ride the Lightening, but brought it back in a different spot).
Ride the Lightening (removed Creeping Death; plays RTL from the beginning during Sparky MB instead of the middle; I hated that RTL didn't start from the beginning during multiball, and it's a much better build-up during the "electrocution").
Enter Sandman (louder version)
My Apocolypse, and then it fades into the last two minutes of ...And Justice For All (removed One; During Lady Justice ramp mode, it will play the last two minutes of AJFA, which provides an awesome pace and starts to slow as the mode comes to an end; If I choose "My Apocolypse" during gameplay, it will fade out and fade into AJFA for the remainder of the song).
Am I Evil? (removed Sad But True; AIE? plays during Snake MB)
Shortest Straw (removed Unforgiven; SS plays a short riff at the end of the game)
The rest of the songs are unchanged.
Battery (no change; Crank It Up mode)
Blackened (no change; Band member mode)
Fade to Black (no change; Crank It Up mode)
For Whom the Bell Tolls (no change; Coffin MB)
Fuel (no change; Fuel mode)
Master of Puppets (no change; Graveyard MB)
Seek and Destroy (no change; S&D mode)
End of the Line (no change; not a choice at beginning of game, only wizard mode)
A random call out during the snake vomit match feature: my daughter saying in a worried voice, "Mommy, what happened to Fluffy?" (a slight homage to the end of the song Breadfan where the creepy voice says, "Mommy, where's Fluffy?" I tried to use that actual sound byte, but it's way too long for any of the call out slots for match).
A random call out during attract mode when the flipper button is pressed: Enter Sandman riff with my daughter saying, "Now I lay me down to sleep."