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Rust In Peace by Megadeth

By slash.mustaine, Littleton, CO

Throughout the years, Megadeth has hidden in Metallica's shadow. At first it made sense, as Megadeth had a rocky start with their music. However, at their fourth studio release, Rust In Peace, Megadeth outshines everything that both of them have ever done before.

Being Megadeth's most praised album, Rust In Peace doesn't disappoint. From start to finish the album never gets dull. The lyrics are interesting as well, with topics ranging from religion (Holy Wars)to relationships (Poison Was The Cure and Tornado Of Souls) and even to aliens (Hangar 18) There's no filler to be found here; each track feels as if it was delicately crafted to perfection.
The album starts with its two singles, Holy Wars...The Punishment Due and Hangar 18. These are both easily highlights of the album.

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am I the only person in the whole world of heavy metal heads that HATES this album  
May. 22, 2014 at 8:44 PM • Report