Megadeth - Peace Sells...But Whos Buying? [Remastered] (Music CD)

Release Date: 09 August 2004
Artist: Megadeth
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  1. Wake Up Dead
  2. The Conjuring
  3. Peace Sells
  4. Devil's Island
  5. Good Mourning / Black Friday
  6. Bad Omen
  7. I Ain't Superstitious
  8. My Last Words
  9. Wake Up Dead (Randy Burns Mix) - previously unreleased
  10. The Conjuring (Randy Burns Mix) - previously unreleased
  11. Peace Sells (Randy Burns Mix) - previously unreleased
  12. Good Mourning / Black Friday (Randy Burns Mix) - previously unreleased
Release Date: 09 August 2004
Artist: Megadeth

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Customer Reviews


Megadeth's best? Certainly one of...

Clearly Dave Mustaine was still feeling bitter after being booted from Metallica several years earlier, as the overwhelmingly angry feeling from the band's debut 'Killing is my business...' is still here for all to hear on this, their second release.

This time however, Megadeth had the songs to back up the rage. Classic hits such as "Peace Sells", "Wake Up Dead" and "Devil's Island" all still feature in the bands live sets to this day, 25 years after they were originally written. A true classic album from the burgeoning 80s thrash scene, that still sounds great to this day. Well worth investing in.



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