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  • The instrumental album introduction is interesting, and is sort of cool, there are some other great songs on here to, maybe the album just takes longer to grow on me then the others, there is an undeniable shift in style and pace on the album, it's not good or bad, it just is

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      So Far So good So What is Megadeth’s third album released in 1988 on Capital Records. The album features a cover of Anarchy In The UK by the Sex Pistols, while it isn’t my favorite as cover songs usually aren’t, it’s cool to see the band’s influences. The album is one of my least favorite Megadeth

      albums, I don’t know why, it just doesn’t make me feel the way the previous 2 albums do, it has it’s moments, but not that many of them. The album features a song written after the death of Cliff Burton, In My Darkest Hour, this song is a really good song. The instrumental album introduction is ...

      • interesting, and is sort of cool, there are some other great songs on here to, maybe the album just takes longer to grow on me then the others, there is an undeniable shift in style and pace on the album, it’s not good or bad, it just is. The album is worth having, and a great
        listen, and important to get to know, it is beyond your average metal album as far as talented, it’s just not leaps and bounds better like the last 2 Megadeth albums. There is no denying this is a great album, and while it isn’t my favorite I still like it, listen to it and let it grow on me.




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