Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Megadeth - Rust In Peace (Full Length) (320)

Line-up :

Dave Mustaine : Guitars, Vocals
Marty Friedman : Guitars
David Ellefson : Bass, Backing Vocals
Nick Menza : Drums

Review :

Quite Possibly The Greatest Album Ever

Yes, I am not the slightest bit exaggerating with the title of this review. I seriously believe Rust in Peace is probably the best album ever. I have lots of albums I really love. I know albums that I listen to a lot that are heavier. I know albums I listen to that are faster. I know albums I listen to a lot that are more technical. Not that all three of these musical traits aren't present on Rust In Peace of course, but never in my life have I heard an album with more focus, better composition, and more memorable songwriting than Rust In Peace by the great Megadeth. And while Megadeth did some excellent stuff both before and after this, they have yet to scale these heights again...this is just absolutely phenomenal...

Overall, Rust in Peace is a thrash classic, and easily Megadeth's best album. It features Megadeth at their best, with technical riffing, very impressive shredding and soloing, and some nice bass work. Though Megadeth doesn�t fall completely off the face of the planet with their next album, as hard as they try the band will not match their maximum opus, Rust in Peace, nor do they even record an album that sounding similar. The band claims that the next Megadeth album could fit into the band's RiP - CtE era (as well as some more commercial elements), but can it top Rust in Peace? Unlikely, but we'll just have to wait and see.

1.Holy Wars... The Punishment Due06:34[view lyrics]
2.Hangar 1805:13[view lyrics]
3.Take No Prisoners03:27[view lyrics]
4.Five Magics05:41[view lyrics]
5.Poison Was the Cure02:57[view lyrics]
6.Lucretia03:57[view lyrics]
7.Tornado of Souls05:20[view lyrics]
8.Dawn Patrol01:49[view lyrics]
9.Rust In Peace... Polaris05:36[view lyrics]
Total playing time40:51

Download link

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