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Style: Thrash / Speed Metal
Year of birth: 1983
Country: USA
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Biography of Band

January, Dave Mustaine makes an announcement about his good health, the future of Megadeth and upcoming releases.
A new Megadeth album is recorded with drummer Vinnie Colaiuta, bassist Jimmy Sloas and guest soloist Chris Poland.
Megadeth's back catalougue is re-mixed and re-mastered.

February, Dave Mustaine announces his departure as an endorsee for Jackson Guitars
April, Mustaine performs four Megadeth songs acoustically at a benefit for John Calleo
July, Mustaine attends the summer NAMM convention in Nashville to unveil his new signature ESP guitars.
October, Peace Sells ...But Who’s Buying? is released as an audio dvd presented in Dolby 5.1 surround.

February, Killing Is My Business ...And Business Is Good! is re-mixed, re-mastered, and released
March, the double live album Rude Awakening is released.
April, Megadeth disband after Dave Mustaine suffers a nerve injury in his arm, leaving him unable to play guitar.
September, Still Alive..And Well? is released by Sanctuary.

March, Dave Mustaine and Al Pitrelli begin a world press tour for the new album
April, Megadeth shoots the video for Moto Psycho
April/May, Megadeth begins a short U.S. acoustic tour sponsored by local radio stations.
May, The World Needs A Hero is released.
June, Megadeth spends the summer on a world tour playing festivals, opening for AC/DC
September, Megadeth tours the US, with Endo opening on the west coast and Iced Earth on the east.
October, Megadeth’s VH1 Behind The Music special is released on dvd.
November, Megadeth plays last two shows of TWNAH tour in Arizona filming both for a live album and dvd.

Al Pitrelli joins the band replacing Marty Friedman.
The band starts work on it's 10th release.
Megadeth leaves Capitol Records.
Megadeth signs with Sanctuary Records.
"Kill the King" is number one most added song at rock radio.
Megadeth releases Capitol Punishment: The Megadeth Years.
The band returns to the studio in LA to finish recording their new release.
Megadeth closes out the millenium in Anchorage, Alaska with the promise of a web broadcast of the New Years Eve show.

Megadeth enters the studio with producer Dann Huff in Nashville to record their follow up to Cryptic Writings.
Megadeth spend the summer playing radio shows, and eventually join Iron Maiden for a European tour in September.
"Crush 'Em" is released on the Universal Soldier 2 Soundtrack and eventually makes its way into NHL arenas and WCW.
Risk is released on August 31, 1999.

January 28th, Dave Mustaine's daughter, Electra, is born.
Megadeth takes part in "Ozzfest'98".
July, Nick Menza and Megadeth have parted ways.
July, Jimmy DeGrasso is hired as Megadeth's drummer.
October 23rd, David Ellefson's daughter Athena is born.

June, Megadeth releases Cryptic Writings.
Remix of Megadeth's "Almost Honest" included on Mortal Kombat Annihilation Soundtrack.

Dave Mustaine collaborates with Lee Ving of Fear on MD.45, The Craving.
David Ellefson's son, Roman Alexander, is born.

January, Megadeth's "Diadems" featured on Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight Soundtrack.
January to February, "Youth" worldwide tour with Corrosion of Conformity.
March, Megadeth releases Hidden Treasures compilation in Europe.
May, Evolver: The Making of Youthanasia video is released.
July, Megadeth releases Hidden Treasures compilation in USA and Japan.
July to August, "Reckoning Day" tour with Flotsam and Jetsam, Korn and Fear Factory.

Halloween, Megadeth releases Youthanasia, plays on MTV's "Night of the Living Megadeth".
October, Megadeth covers "Paranoid" for Nativity in Black: A Tribute to Black Sabbath.

Dave Mustaine makes a guest appearance on Diamond Head's Death and Progress.
Megadeth plays Milton Keynes Bowl with Diamond Head and Metallica.
Megadeth opens for Iron Maiden for a few dates on their European Tour.
Aerosmith kicks Megadeth off their American "Get A Grip" tour, Jackyl takes their place.
Pantera opens for Megadeth's "Countdown to Extinction" Tour.
June, Megadeth's "Angry Again" featured on Last Action Hero soundtrack.
November, Megadeth's "99 Ways to Die" featured on The Beavis and Butthead Experience Soundtrack.

May, Megadeth's "Breakpoint" featured on Super Mario Bros Soundtrack.
July, Megadeth releases Countdown to Extinction.
November, Exposure of a Dream video is released.
Megadeth tours the USA with Stone Temple Pilots.
Dave Mustaine covers Democratic national convention for MTV.
Dave Mustaine's son, Justis, is born.

March, Megadeth opens for Judas Priest, in support of their new album Painkiller.
April, Dave Mustaine gets married to Pamela Anne Casselberry.
April, Rusted Pieces video is released.
July, Megadeth's "Go to Hell" featured on Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey Soundtrack.
US "Clash of the Titans" tour featuring Slayer, Anthrax, Megadeth, and opener Alice in Chains.

January, Megadeth covers Alice Cooper's "No More Mr. Nice Guy" for Wes Craven's Shocker Soundtrack, their only song as a three-piece band.
February, Marty Friedman is hired as Megadeth's lead guitarist.
October, Megadeth releases Rust in Peace.
October, Megadeth joins Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies, and Testament for "Clash of the Titans" tour.

Jeff Young and Chuck Behler are fired.
Mustaine is arrested for impaired driving, forced to clean up in 12-step program.
July, Nick Menza, is hired as Megadeth's drummer.

March, Megadeth releases So Far, So Good... So What!
Megadeth opens for Dio on US and Canadian tour.
Megadeth featured in acclaimed documentary, Decline of Western Civilization 2: The Metal Years.
August, Megadeth plays Castle Donnington with KISS, and Iron Maiden as the headliner.
Megadeth opens for the "Monsters of Rock" tour.
Megadeth cancels Australian tour.
Dave Mustaine helps produce Sanctuary's Refuge Denied.

February, Megadeth opens for Alice Cooper's "Constrictor" tour.
Megadeth tours with Mercyful Fate.
Chuck Behler hired as Megadeth's drummer.
Jay Reynolds of Malice helps out Megadeth until they find a suitable. replacement for Chris Poland, guitarist Jeff Young.

Cliff Burton dies in bus accident.
November, Megadeth releases Peace Sells... but Who's Buying?.
Capitol Records signs Megadeth, gets rights to Peace Sells... but Who's Buying? from Combat.
Overkill opens for Megadeth on "Wake Up Dead" tour.
Chris Poland and Gar Samuelson are fired after last show of tour in Hawaii.

May, Megadeth releases Killing Is My Business... And Business Is Good!

Lee Rausch is replaced by Gar Samuelson.
Chris Poland is hired to fill the gap Kerry King helped with.
November, Megadeth is signed to Combat records.

March, Cliff Burton's first gig with Metallica.
April, Dave Mustaine is fired from Metallica, Kirk Hammet leaves Exodus to replace him.
Metallica's first album, Kill 'Em All, is released.
Dave Mustaine gets together with bassist David Ellefson, guitarist Kerry King, and drummer Lee Rausch to form Megadeth.
Kerry King assists Megadeth on tour and then returns to Slayer.
December 31st, Mustaine becomes Megadeth's singer.

Lars Ulrich and James Hetfield form Metallica.
Dave Mustaine leaves Panic and joins Metallica.
Ron McGovney is hired as Metallica's bassist.
March, Metallica's first gig at Radio City in Anaheim.
March, Metallica opens for Saxon on their "Denim and Leather" tour.
April, Brad Parker (a.k.a. Damian Phillips) is hired as Metallica's second guitarist. He leaves band after one gig, Metallica's only d

ay as a five-piece band.
May, James Hetfield takes up rhythm guitar in addition to vocals.
June, "Hit the Lights" is included on Metal Massacre compilation.
Rare demo album No Life 'til Leather is released.
December, Cliff Burton leaves Trauma to replace Ron McGovney.

Members of Megadeth

Current Members:
Dave Mustaine (Founder). In Band at: 1983 - . Role: Vocals, Guitars
Side projects: Fallen Angels, Metallica, Panic, Sanctuary
Glen Drover. In Band at: 2004 - . Role: Guitars
Side projects: Dimension Infinite, Eidolon, King Diamond
James MacDonough. In Band at: 2004 - . Role: Bass
Side projects: Brutal Assault, Delta 9, Iced Earth, Invader, Mad Axe, Oracle
Shawn Drover. In Band at: 2004 - . Role: Drums
Side projects: Dimension Infinite, Eidolon
Past Members:
Kerry King (Guest). Period: 1983 - 1983. Role: Guitars on tour 1983
Side projects: Slayer
Dijon Carruthers. Period: 1983 - 1983. Role: Drums
David Ellefson. Period: 1983 - 2002. Role: Bass
Al Pitrelli. Period: 2000 - 2002. Role: Guitars
Side projects: Asia, Alice Cooper, Blue Oyster Cult, Coven Pitrelli Riley, Doro, Savatage, Sebastian Bach, Talas, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Vertex, Widowmaker
Jimmy DeGrasso. Period: 1998 - 2002. Role: Drums
Side projects: Alice Cooper, A.N.I.M.A.L., Marty Friedman, MD-45, Suicidal Tendencies, Talas, White Lion, Y&T
Lee Rauch. Period: 1983 - 1984. Role: Drums
Side projects: Dark Angel, Wargod
Gregory Handevidt. Period: 1983 - 1983. Role: Guitars
Side projects: Kublai Khan
Gar Samuelson. Period: 1984 - 1986. Role: Drums
Side projects: The New Yorkers, Fatal Opera
Chuck Behler. Period: 1987 - 1989. Role: Drums
Side projects: War Party
Jay Reynolds. Period: 1987 - 1987. Role: Guitars
Side projects: Jade, Malice, Metal Church, Planet X, The Ravers, The Violators, War Party
Jef Young. Period: 1987 - 1989. Role: Guitars
Marty Friedman. Period: 1990 - 2000. Role: Guitars
Side projects: Cacophony, Hawaii, Jason Becker, Marty Friedman, Red Dye #2, Tension
Chris Poland. Period: 1984 - 2004. Role: Guitars
Side projects: Chris Poland, Cosmosquad, Damn The Machine, Lamb Of God, Mumbo`s Brain, Ohm, The New Yorkers
Jimmy Sloas. Period: 2003 - 2004. Role: Bass
Nick Menza. Period: 1989 - 2004. Role: Drums
Side projects: Fireball Ministry, Marty Friedman, Nick Menza, Rhoads
Mike Albert (Guest). Period: 1985 - 1985. Role: Guitars on tour 1985
Side projects: Cheech And Chong, El Chicano, The Mike Albert Project, Reuben And The Jets


Demo: Last Rites (1984) Tracklist.
Comment: The remastered version of Killing is my Business... and Business is Good!
features this demo as bonus tracks. "Loved to Deth" is indeed spelled that way
- the extra "a" was added for the album version. A version of "Rattlehead" from
the same recording session does float about, but was never officially on the

A certain vinyl bootleg includes "Last Rites/Loved to Deth" and "Skull Beneath
the Skin", and calls the tracks "Rock Me" and "You and Me". The songs were
never, ever called that. Ever.

Lee Rausch is the drummer on this demo.
CD: Killing is my Business...and Business Is Good! (1985) Tracklist.
Lineup: Dave Mustaine - lead guitar, vocals, piano, Chris Poland - lead guitar, David Ellefson - bass guitar, back-up vocals, Gar Samuelson - drums, tympani
Comment: The original version is still available as a re-release in 1999 by Century
Media Records.

There are four versions of this album. The tracklist shown is for the
re-release from 2002 on Loud Records that was remixed and remastered. The
original had the first eight songs, with These Boots as track 4. After the
original pressing, that track was deleted under pressure from Lee Hazelwood,
who found it offensive. There was also a Century Media remaster of the original
album in 1999 (when Century Media remastered the whole Combat Records

The last 3 tracks are from the 1984 demo, and appear only on the 2002
remaster/remix. These Boots was permitted to be on the 2002 version, but only
on the condition that the offensive words Dave added were (literally) bleeped
Demo: Peace Sells... But Who`s Buying? (1986) Tracklist.
Lineup: Dave Mustaine - Vocals, lead, rhythm guitars, David Ellefson - Bass guitars, background vocals, Chris Poland - Lead, rhythm guitars, Gar Samuelson - Drums, cigarette burns
Comment: Recorded in one take in 1986 during the Peace Sells recording sessions, where it
was used by Combat records as a promo tape.
CD: Peace Sells... But Who's Buying? (1986) Tracklist.
Lineup: Dave Mustaine - Vocals, lead, rhythm guitars, David Ellefson - Bass guitars, background vocals, Chris Poland - Lead, rhythm guitars, Gar Samuelson - Drums
Comment: A new DVD audio version was released on October 14th, 2003. Included on the DVD
are three different audio tracks, DVD-A
5.1, DTS 5.1, and PCM 2.0 stereo. Also included on this special edition are
tons of extras like the "Devil's Island Mix Breakdown" which allows the
listener to break the song down into 6 different formats.
Also among the extras are interviews with Dave Mustaine, David Ellefson and
Chris Poland as well as the music videos for "Wake Up Dead" and "Peace Sells".
Single: Wake Up Dead (1986) Tracklist.
Comment: The 7" single does not contain the third track - only the 12" does.

Live tracks were recorded for the Tommy Vance Show on Radio One in London, in
Single: Anarchy in the U.K. (1988) Tracklist.
Comment: "Anarchy in the UK" is of course a Sex Pistols cover.
7" Anarchy in the UK
1. Anarchy in the UK
2. Liar

12" Anarchy in the UK (UK)
1. Anarchy in the UK
2. Liar
3. 502

12" Anarchy in the UK (Germany)
1. Anarchy in the UK
2. Good Mourning/Black Friday (live)
3. Devil's Island (live)
(Live tracks were recorded for the Tommy Vance Show on Radio One in London, in

Single: Mary Jane (1988) Tracklist.
Comment: 12" tracklist shown. The 7" has only the first two songs. "My last Words" is the studio version from 1986.
Single: Liar (1988) Tracklist.
Comment: This song talks about Chirs Poland
CD: So Far, So Good...So What! (1988) Tracklist.
Lineup: Dave Mustaine - Lead vocals, lead, rhythm, acoustic guitars, David Ellefson - Bass guitar, background vocals, Jeff Young - Lead, rhythm, acoustic guitars, Chuck Behler - Drums, percussion
Comment: "Liar" is dedicated to Chris Poland, who was fired from the band for stealing
Dave Mustaine's guitars.

"In My Darkest Hour" was written in late September, 1986, after Dave heard
about Cliff Burton's death.

"Anarchy in the UK" is of course a Sex Pistols cover.

2004 re-issue re-mixed & remastered includes 4 bonus tracks.
Split: No More Mr. Nice Guy (1990) Tracklist.
Lineup: Megadeth, Dead On, Dangerous Toys
Comment: The only Megadeth song recorded as a trio.

All songs taken from the album "Shocker - Original Soundtrack".
CD: Rust In Peace (1990) Tracklist.
Lineup: Dave Mustaine - Guitars, Vocals, Marty Friedman - Guitars, David Ellefson - Bass, Backing Vocals, Nick Menza - Drums
Comment: 2004 re-mixed & remastered features 4 bonus tracks.
Single: Holy Wars... The Punishment Due (1990) Tracklist.
Comment: Four versions exist. CD and 12" as shown. Alternate 12" missing "Lucretia" and
has a longer interview, and 7" missing the interview.
EP: Maximum Megadeth (1991) Tracklist.
Comment: Promotional item. Live tracks were recorded at the Wembley Arena, London,
England, October 14th, 1990.
Single: Hangar 18 (1991) Tracklist.
Comment: Four versions exist. The Japanese CD version is as shown. The US CD version
has no special message. The 12" vinyl has a live version of "Hangar 18" as
opposed to the AOR edit (which cuts out most of the guitar work at the end).
The 7" has "The Conjuring" and another edited version of "Hangar 18" (the MJ12
edit). Altogether, there are four possible versions of "Hangar 18".

All live tracks were recorded at Wembley Arena, London, England on October
14th, 1990.
CD: Countdown to Extinction (1992) Tracklist.
Lineup: Dave Mustaine - Guitars, Vocals, Marty Friedman - Electric and Acoustic Guitars, Backing Vocals, David Ellefson - Bass, Backing Vocals, Nick Menza - Drums, backing vocals
Comment: Japanese release includes 2 bonus tracks, "Go to Hell" and "Breakpoint".
The remixed 2004 version contains the following bonus tracks, listed here.
EP: Live promo `92 (1992) Tracklist.
Comment: This promo was released only to radio stations for play over the air in
entirety. It was recorded live on April 12th, 1992 at the Cow Palace in San
Francisco. All eight tracks appear on one or more Megadeth singles, but
chopped up with some of the crowd interaction missing.

A bootleg version of this album is known as "Obey the Cow God" and is
misidentified as being recorded on April 20th.
Single: Symphony of Destruction (1992) Tracklist.
Comment: Six versions of this single exist. The Japanese version is as shown. The
European CD single and the 12" contain two B-sides: "Breakpoint" (3:33) and "Go
to Hell" (4:39). Three 7" versions exist, with "Breakpoint", "In My Darkest
Hour" (live), or "Peace Sells" (live).

All live songs were recorded at Wembley Arena, London, on September 14th, 1990
Single: Foreclosure of a Dream (1992) Tracklist.
Comment: The Dutch CD version includes the Gristle Mix of "Symphony of Destruction"
(9:55) as well as the 3 tracks shown.

All live tracks were recorded at the Cow Palace, San Francisco, on April 12th,
Promo: Megadeth Live (1993) Tracklist.
Comment: Similar to the live promo of the year before, this was released for promotional
purposes only, and was recorded at the Cow Palace in December of 1992 also.
Says limited edition on it (aren't all promos limited?), but all but one of the
tracks (In My Darkest Hour) were used as b-sides for various singles.
Single: Sweating Bullets (1993) Tracklist.
Comment: Five versions of this album exist. Shown is the tracklist for the 2CD version
released in the UK. Tracks 1-4 are on disc one, and 5-7 on disc two.

A single CD European release contains tracks 1, 5, 6, and 3 in that order.
Another CD has songs 1-4, and another has 5-7. The 12" version has songs 1, 4,
3, and the full Gristle mix.

All live tracks were recorded on April 12th, 1992, at the Cow Palace, San
Single: Skin O` My Teeth (1993) Tracklist.
Comment: Four versions exist. The 10" UK version is shown. It also comes with game
pieces for the Megadeth Game (I have no idea what the rules are). The 7" has
only tracks 1-2, while the CD version has "Skin O' My Teeth" (live) and
"Lucretia" (live) along with the studio track. Another CD version has tracks
1-3 of the 10" single.

All live tracks were recorded at the Music Theatre, Alpine Valley, Wisconsin,
on May 23rd, 1992.
Promo: The Baby Head Promo (1994) Tracklist.
Comment: The Baby Head Promo (or Baby Face Promo) was a promotional album that was given
to Mike Graben (Ratlhead), webmaster of once biggest Megadeth fan site, by
Capitol Records. Mike Graben had a contest where people could win these CDs.
CD: Youthanasia (1994) Tracklist.
Lineup: Dave Mustaine - Guitars, Vocals, Marty Friedman - Guitars, Backing Vocals, David Ellefson - Bass, Backing Vocals, Nick Menza - Drums, Backing Vocals
Comment: Several limited editions exist.
One limited edition CD came in blue jewelcase.
Also released as limited boxset containing a Megadeth T-Shirt.
Also released as limited 2CD in a slipcase containing "Hidden Treasures" as
bonus disc.

A Korean version of the CD features "Crown of Worms" as a bonus track, along
with a message for Korean fans by Marty Friedman (at this point they'd never
been to Korea) and a "tell your concert organizers you want Megadeth!" poster

2004 remaster includes:

13. Absolution (unreleased material, includes the musical interlude from
14. A Tout Le Monde (rehearsal demo - different lyrics, different French
chorus, bad start, different and longer Marty solo)
15. Millenium of the Blind (unreleased song from Youthanasia)
16. New World Order (demo)
EP: Train of Consequences (1994) Tracklist.
Comment: Five versions of this EP exist. The Holland CD version is shown. The Australian
single is missing "Anarchy in the UK", and the UK single is missing "Anarchy in
the UK" and "Black Curtains".

The 12" has track 1, "Holy Wars... The Punishment Due", and tracks 4 and 6.
The 7" has only tracks 1 and 2.

All live tracks were recorded at the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California,
on April 12th, 1992. With the release of this series of singles, it is
possible to have the entire live show (8 songs, 44 minutes) collected from the
singles. However, some between-song interaction is not preserved, appearing
only on the rare live promo album.
Single: A Tout le Monde (1995) Tracklist.
Comment: Two versions exist. The Holland version is shown. The US version has "A Tout
Le Monde", "Problems" (Sex Pistols cover), and "New World Order".
Compilation: Hidden Treasures (1995) Tracklist.
Comment: Collection of songs that have appeared on soundtracks and tribute albums.
"Angry Again" was used as the soundtrack for "Last Action Hero".
The Japanese version contains "A Tout Le Monde" and three demo tracks:
"Symphony of Destruction", "Architecture of Aggression", and "New World

Just recently went out of print, along with "Capitol Punishment".
Boxed Set: The Megabox (1995) Tracklist.
Comment: This limited edition Japanese box features all Megadeth singles released up
until 1995. Each CD contains tracks from two singles.

Apart from five CDs, the box also includes: big black and white booklet in
Japanese, silver Vic and Megadeth logo stickers, sticker of each band member
playing live, metal ruler/triangler maker, holographic mechanical pencil and
black rubbe reraser, each with Megadeth logo on it.
EP: CyberArmy fan EP (1996) Tracklist.
Comment: Came with membership to the CyberArmy (Megadeth fan club) for a while. All
tracks were recorded at Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, February
25th, 1995.
Compilation: Old Testaments (1997) Tracklist.
Single: Special Limited Edition (1997) Tracklist.
Comment: "Very Rare, Previously unavailable in U.S." - Says Blockbuster Music on disk.
CD: Cryptic Writings (1997) Tracklist.
Lineup: Dave Mustaine - Lead vocals, lead & rhythm guitars, Marty Friedman - Lead, rhythm, acoustic guitars & backing vocals, David Ellefson - Bass guitar & backing vocals, Nick Menza - Drums & backing vocals
Comment: Three versions exist. The first 2 have silver covers, one for the initial US
release and one for the Japanese release. Later US releases featured a black
cover. The rare, silver cover is shown.

2004 reissue features 4 bonus tracks.
Single: Trust (1997) Tracklist.
Comment: The US version has only "Trust" twice, one an edited version. The Holland
version is shown.

The live tracks were recorded at the Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles,
California, February 25th, 1995.
Promo: Almost Honest (1997) Tracklist.
EP: Live Trax (1997) Tracklist.
Comment: Track 1 was labelled only as "Reckoning Day", making "Peace Sells" a hidden
track. Tracks 1-4 were recorded at the Mesa Amphitheatre, Mesa, Arizona, July
13th, 1997. Tracks 5-6 were recorded at the Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles,
California, February 25th, 1995.

The EP was released in Japan only.
Promo: A Secret Place (1998) Tracklist.
EP: Live Trax II (1998) Tracklist.
Comment: This is actually another Japanese version of Cryptic Writings. The first CD is
said album without the Japanese bonus track, and the second CD is called Live
Trax II, which contains 4 new live songs, one live song that appeared on the
first Live Trax EP, and two remixes of Almost Honest.

Disk 1 1-12
Disk 2 13-19
EP: Cryptic Sounds (No Voices In Your Head) (1998) Tracklist.
Comment: This special Japanese EP features five instrumental versions of tracks from
Cryptic Writings album, without Dave Mustaine's vocals, but with additional
guitars by Marty Friedman.
Promo: Crush `Em (1999) Tracklist.
CD: Risk (1999) Tracklist.
Lineup: Dave Mustaine - vocals, guitars, Marty Friedman - guitars, David Ellefson - bass guitars, backup vocals, Jimmy DeGrasso - drums
Comment: The Japanese release featured "Duke Nukem Theme" as a bonus track.

Also released as limited edition 2CD. The bonus disc is called "No Risk Disk"
and has the following tracklist:
1. Peace Sells (4:04)
2. In My Darkest Hour (6:20)
3. Holy Wars (6:36)
4. Symphony of Destruction (4:06)
5. A Tout Le Monde (4:31)
6. Use the Man (4:37)

The 2004 remixed version contains listed bonus tracks.
EP: Breadline (2000) Tracklist.
Comment: This special Japanese edition of the Breadline single features five remixes of
Megadeth songs, including three that had not been previously released.
Compilation: Capitol Punishment (2000) Tracklist.
Comment: Capitol Punishment" is a hidden medley track. "Wake Up Dead" appears only on
the Japanese version.

Just recently went out of print, along with the Hidden Treasures EP.
Single: Moto Psycho (2001) Tracklist.
CD: The World Needs A Hero (2001) Tracklist.
Lineup: Dave Mustaine - vocals, guitar, Al Pitrelli - guitar, backing vocals, David Ellefson - bass, Jimmy DeGrasso - drums
Live CD: Rude Awakening (2002) Tracklist.
Comment: The initial version sold at Best Buy in the USA had a bonus track on CD 2, "Peace Sells Medley". It blended "Peace Sells", "Paranoid", and "Anarchy In The U.K.".
Disk 1 1-14
Disk 2 15-24
Compilation: Still, Alive... And Well? (2002) Tracklist.
Comment: The first six tracks are live recordings, while the rest are tracks from "The World Needs a Hero".
Promo: Blackmail the Universe/Kick the Chair (2004) Tracklist.
Comment: Limited release single promoting the new album "The System Has Failed".
Promo: Die Dead Enough (2004) Tracklist.
CD: The System Has Failed (2004) Tracklist.
Lineup: Dave Mustaine - Vocals, Rhythm and Lead Guitar, Chris Poland - Lead Guitar, Jimmy Sloas - Bass, Vinnie Colaiuta - Drums
Boxed Set: Hell Wasn't Built In A Day (2004) Tracklist.
Comment: The set is available exclusively via

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