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What an accomplishment it must be to know your playing some of the most acclaimed heavy metal solos of all time. "Return to Hangar" Mustaine Mustaine 3:54 14. Probably the most headbangable song on the whole album and one of my favourite thrash songs ever, period. A lame duck - 65% VimFuego, August 8th, 2004 Prev Next First Last Musically, this album is good. While some of the newer material has a more commercial, slightly bland feel in the studio, dropped in alongside some of the old classics here it fits flawlessly. 12.
Some parts of this page won't work property. Burning Bridges Play Video . Almost Honest: Located in the DVD special features section. Hook In Mouth: Dave forces tons of attitude on this track. Dave rarly speaks with the crowd.actually is there even a crowd present? It sure doesn't sound like it, or much of one for that matter. Devil's Island: Intense when it came to the breakdown and bridges. Hangar 18 has excellent soloing by Pitrelli and Mustaine and turns into a duel for the last 2 minutes (which on the DVD, I feel Mustaine wins!) Countdown to Extinction - Sweating Bullets is great with just the guitar and Dave singing during the verses. Tracks on the album are taken from two live concerts, performed two nights in a row in November 2001. Dave Mustaine dedicated the performance of " Tout le Monde" to the victims of the September 11th attacks and mentions this before performing it, this is on the bonus feature of DVD, but not on the CD is it Two previously unreleased tracks from the concert, "The Conjuring" and "Time: The Beginning"/"Use the Man" were released on Still Alive.
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