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Rust In Peace (Remastered)


Download links and information about Rust In Peace (Remastered) by Megadeth. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Rock, Metal genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 57:15 minutes.

Artist: Megadeth
Release date: 1990
Genre: Rock, Metal
Tracks: 13
Duration: 57:15
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No. Title Length
1. Holy Wars...The Punishment Due 6:32
2. Hangar 18 5:11
3. Take No Prisoners 3:27
4. Five Magics 5:39
5. Poison Was the Cure 2:56
6. Lucretta 3:56
7. Tornado of Souls 5:19
8. Dawn Patrol 1:51
9. Rust In Peace...Polaris 5:44
10. My Creation 1:36
11. Rust In Peace... Polaris (Demo) 5:25
12. Holy Wars... The Punishment Due (Demo) 6:16
13. Take No Prisoners (Demo) 3:23



Sober and focused, Megadeth's Dave Mustaine regrouped with a new line-up to reclaim his status as one of heavy metal's leading innovators. New addition ex-Cacophony guitarist Marty Friedman adds a ferocious, competitive edge to this already challenging group. Riffs fly into extreme solos and rhythms triple in their intensity until it feels like the group's efforts to exceed the speed of sound will prevail. Arguably their finest album (some prefer the raw punkish firepower of Peace Sells...But Who's Buying), Rust In Peace is a heavy-metal primer on how to balance aggression and virtuosity without losing the grip on the song at hand. "Holy Wars...The Punishment Due" sets things off with a rhythmic juggernaut that sounds like a helicopter leaving the ground before finally slowing to a sniper's crawl for Mustaine to trade vocals lines with guitars that threaten to take control, and eventually do with one of the genre's most captivating solos. "Hangar 18" improves on this. And so it goes, as Rust In Peace at times feels less like an album than a game of "Top This" — to which these dedicated musos give their all.