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Now, let me state first that I drive an 18 wheeler for a living, and the first time I listened to this CD was in my truck while working. The stereo in the truck is marginal at best, and I got its two little speakers sounding as good as I can. But I can only turn the volume up so high because 1) I need to be able to hear things around me while I drive over the noise of the truck, and 2) if I turn it up too loud, then the stereo can't take it and starts to make weird noises. My first impression was that I can't hear anything they're doing very well. So I put the CD on in my car, and I can turn it up more and I can hear everything better.
That said, I have to say I'm a bit disappointed in this CD. What could've been - no, should've been - a great live tribute to a great Megadeth album (like Rust In Peace Live was) is a muddy sounding, downtuned version of CTE and six other classic songs. I've read some reviews where people say that the downtuning of the songs gives them a fresh sound "after hearing them to death". I disagree with that assertion wholeheartedly. Songs that I've enjoyed listening to for 20 years or more just don't sound right when taken down an entire step. You expect to hear certain notes on solos that aren't there. A song that starts with an A5 chord now starts at G5, or E5 now to D5, and everything from there is transposed down, and it's just disconcerting. Maybe I'm picking on this point too much, but I think it needs to be said - The tuning on this is a real downer for me. And I don't know if it's the tuning or the mixing, but the guitars are hard to hear sometimes, and it almost all sounds toneless. "Trust" is a good example. The opening instrumental is barely recognizable and sounds terrible, and when the song kicks in, you can barely tell that the riff Dave is playing is "Trust". "Hangar 18", while very heavy sounding bass guitar wise is another one that suffers, either from the tuning or the mix. And it seems that Dave wanted to be lazy vocally, and tuning down that far is an easy way to do it. They even brought the symphonic opening to "Symphony" down to match the band. The crowd doesn't seem to care about any of this. They just go with it. But what are they gonna do, right? Tell Dave they don't like the tuning? I reviewed "Super Collider" as well, and said something about how Dave can do what he wants at this point and people won't complain too much. Well, he felt like bringing CTE down a whole step, and doing it this way. What am I gonna do, right? Well, hence this review.
The performance itself, for the most part, is not bad. I just wish they would've left the tuning of the guitars alone.