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Megadeth: Rude Awakening [DVD] 
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Rock monsters Megadeth perform a selection of hit singles and fan-chosen favourites on their 'The World Needs a Hero' world tour. Includes 'Dread and the Fugitive Mind', 'In My Darkest Hour' and 'Symphony of Destruction'.
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The sheer talent of these four men is truly revealed in this show. Mustaine and Pitrelli go wild in their guitar solos, Degrasso will blow you away when he starts assaulting his drums in She-wolf, and Ellefson delivers perfect base lines at all times.
This full on assault on the sentences manages to encompass songs from all the different eras of Megadeth. Mechanix and Wake up dead Are still played as well as they were nearly 20 years ago, Hangar 18 and Sweating bullets will have you begging for more, while Trust and 1000 times goodbye will show that even in these modern times, good music still exists.
Any person who thinks they are into metal would be crazy not to buy this DVD. Any Megadeth fans have either bought this, are going to buy it, or are mad. Forget Metallica, the boys of Megadeth are the true masters of metal. This is them at their best.
All in all this band pushes itself to show what you would expect from a twenty year old thrash metal band. Watch and enjoy.
The same can be said for the DVD, where Dave Mustaines voice seems to be dubbed over the live footage and the crowd noise is non existent most of the time.
The extras are nothing special either with 4 or 5 songs from an underground gig that has the same dubbed over feel to it, bland interviews with the members, and a written synopsis by a rock journalist.
The packaging is very basic, just a copy of the CD album.It would have been nice to have maybe a small booklet inside perhaps.
Overall I was disappointed when I watched this DVD.I am a huge fan of Megadeth, and would have preferred a more live sounding feel instead of the highly tweaked one on the disc.