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Page Artiste Megadeth

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  • CD (9 août 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Capitol UK
  • ASIN : B00029CZMK
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Disque : 1

  1. Into the lungs of hell (remaster 04)
  2. Set the world afire (remaster 04)
  3. Anarchy in the UK (remaster 04)
  4. Mary jane (remaster 04)
  5. 502 (remaster 04)
  6. In my darkest hour (remaster 04)
  7. Liar (remaster 04)
  8. Hook in mouth (remaster 04)
  9. Into the lungs of hell (paul lani mix)
  10. Set the world afire (paul lani mix)
  11. Mary jane (paul lani mix)
  12. In my darkest hour (paul lani mix)

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 In my hour of need,... 21 août 2015
Par Mark H. - Publié sur
Format: CD
Megadeth was living a charmed life in the late eighties due to the fact that their prodigious drug intake hadn’t slowed their growing momentum. After the landmark ‘Peace Sells’ record, Dave Mustaine jettisoned two members (Gar and Chris) and kept on, releasing ‘So Far, So Good…So What!’ in early 1988. Personally I consider this record to be worthy of its unsung status in that it was between Megadeth’s most popular record {‘Peace Sells’) and easily their greatest LP in ‘Rust in Peace’ and it is not even close to being as good as those two records, though it does compare favorably with their debut. I’m not hating on this record but for whatever reason, it seemed like the demons that plagued the band contributed to this album’s also ran status. The Sex Pistols cover is not very good; it’s adequate which if you’re gonna cover a song this iconic, it should be worth the effort (even with Steve Jones!). I feel that the second half of ‘So Far’ has much more of a payoff featuring “502”, “In My Darkest Hour” and “Hook in Mouth” which are certainly worthy of exalted status when one studies the Megadeth catalog (“Darkest Hour” featured in Decline of Western Civilization Part II). Since it was released during an era when thrash was still bashing through the mainstream, ‘So Far’ is a significant record but for anyone looking to discover Megadeth and the genius of Dave Mustaine, you may want to look at albums 2 and 4 first. F is fighting, R is for red…
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Dave should have left it alone 8 mars 2013
Par tofro - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Mustaine "remastered" one of the best albums of his career adding new guitar parts,, messing up the mix and erasing the fury that made this album so great.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Megadeth in transition... 10 juillet 2007
Par howzat - Publié sur
Format: CD
So Far, So Good...So What! (1988.), Megadeth's third studio album

Dave Mustaine and his band Megadeth were bought to critical acclaim with the release of their second album `Peace Sells...But Who's Buying' in 1986. Mustaine, the man who swore revenge on his former band Metallica had a created a force to be reckoned with and their second release showed they were very much a big part of the Bay Area thrash metal scen. However, like with so many other bands, the road to greater success was to be a tough one. Megadeth had managed to sustain the same line-up for their initial two albums, however towards the end of the `Peace Sells' tour, Mustaine fired guitarist Chris Poland and drummer Gar Samuelson due to their drug abuse (culminating in Poland selling some band equipment to aid his drug habit!) This, as expected destroyed a lot of the chemistry within the band and left Mustaine and bassist Dave Ellefson looking for a new drummer and axeman. However, following recruiting drummer Chuck Behler and guitarist Jeff Young, Megadeth were once again ready to jam out some kick ass heavy metal. `So Far, So Good...So What!' was released in January 1988 and has gone on to become the Megadeth album which has split fan opinion down the middle...

`SFSG...SW' is very much Megadeth's transitional album in more ways than one. It first and foremostly marks a bridge between the rawer, pure thrashy stuff that the first two albums had and the much more technical arrangements that are found on `Rust In Peace'. Secondly, the band itself is in transtion. Guitarist Jeff Young and drummer Chuck Behler do a good job on this album however in many ways they are a temporary bridge between the early line up and the classic line-up (with Marty Friedman and Nick Menza) who would fill their roles following this studio outing. As a consequence of these changes occuring within Megadeth and with their sound, this album produces some interesting results. Some people hold this album with very high regard, often citing it as Deth's best. Indeed I can respect this opinion to a degree, afterall some of Megadeth's finest songs are on here such as `In My Darkest Hour' and `Set The World Afire'. On the contrary, there are Megadeth fans who cite this work as a poor show, lacking consistency and impact. Again I can see where these fans are coming from - the original album's sound came across as very stale (although this is vastly improved on the remaster) and there are also some quite substandard tracks for a band of Megadeth's quality. I personally think the album `JUST' about deserves the 4* rating I've given it as it contains some exceptionally good tracks. It is however an album of choppy inconsistencies with the good songs being marred by tracks such as `502', `Anarchy In The UK' and `Liar'. These songs often come across as rushed, somewhat uninspired and juvenile. Indeed given Mustaine's level of drug abuse at the time and the state he was in during much of the recording sessions, it is not surprising this album is a bit of a mixed bag in terms of quality.

Following Megadeth's re-union in 2004 with the release of 'The System Has Failed', Dave Mustaine personally helped remaster the band's back catalogue. With 'So Far, So Good...So What!' the remaster is excellent. The sound quality on the remastered version is much clearer as opposed to the rather stale production which plagued the original release. The remaster of the album also has demos for 'Into The Lungs Of Hell', `Set The World Afire', `Mary Jane' and `In My Darkest Hour'.

`Into The Lungs Of Hell' opens the album and what a cool opener this is. A stately opening gives way to a blisteringly quick instrumental song with awesome riffs aplenty! Following the opener is one of my personal favourite Megadeth tracks `Set The World Afire'. This was the first post-Metallica song Mustaine wrote and what a thrash metal classic this is. Some fiery, tripletly riffing gets the song going before Mustaine comes in with the vocals over one fantastic guitar line. For a song with power, aggression and vigour look no further. So at this stage, it is `So Far, So Good' however we are then graced by the `So What' aspect of the album with `Anarchy In The UK'. A cover song which has divided fan opinion, I personally don't think it works that well at all. The whole song sounds quite tired and lifeless (even on the remaster!) and Mustaine even gets some of the lyrics wrong. However the album picks itself up again next with `Mary Jane', an atmospheric song with some great, signature Megadeth riffs.

The choppy waters of this album re-emerge with `502'. Another substandard track with a theme of cop car chases. The siren sounds on the track get annoying after a while and the lyrics are pretty uninspired and juvenile. Then following this, we are treated to another classic `Deth song in `In My Darkest Hour'. This 6 minute beast has a great acoustic opening before some great chugging riffs come in. The track builds to a climax towards the end as it garners speed. Mustaine gives an excellent vocal performance in this song which was dedicated to fallen Metallica bassist Cliff Burton. Then we have `Liar'. Musically I find this track pretty good (save the chorus) however the lyrics really let the song down - an attack on former guitarist Chris Poland, it is just that bit childish and laughable. However Mustaine hits the mark lyrically in the closing track `Hook In Mouth'. Another classic song, it is a `1984' inspired track which also attacks the PMRC musical sesoring movement. The guitar work is snarling and the `F-R-E-E-D-O-M' chorus is especially great.

All in all, `So Far, So Good...So What' is a mixed bag which for me is fortunately held together by 3 extremely strong tracks. Some love it, some hate it, its one of those albums. If you are a fan of Megadeth, I would recommend this album as it contains some great material in parts. However if you're new to the band then `Rust In Peace' is the place to start as it is the album that displays the Megadeth sound at its technical and creative best. With `SFSG...SW' the band is rediscovering it's direction. This album is a key part in the development of Megadeth however it is consequentially a mixed one.

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