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Megadeth - Risk: Bonus Tracks: Remastered CD £2.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco @ HMV

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Megadeth has always been a "progressive" metal band in that the musicians take a thrash approach and expand upon it. RISK is no different. The album title stems from the experimental approach taken by… Read More
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Megadeth has always been a "progressive" metal band in that the musicians take a thrash approach and expand upon it. RISK is no different. The album title stems from the experimental approach taken by the band. RISK will definitely please the Mega-diehards and may draw in some new listeners as well.
"Insomnia" features techno guitar riffs and violin and is primed for album-rock airplay. "Prince of Darkness", which also features violin, is a 6:25 metal opus done right. "Crush 'Em" is a fist pumping, arena rock gem. It is also the band's most commercial single to date. "Breadline", a brooding tale of homelessness, lacks the metallic punch of the group's early material but is a melodic winner. "I'll Be There" takes this a step further, going in a Bon Jovi-like direction. Drummer Jimmy DeGrasso's (formerly of Suicidal Tendencies) synchronised talents are featured on "Seven". One of the few '80s metal bands still prospering in the '90s, Megadeth shows no lack of creativity on RISK. The band has matured while still waving the metal banner. RISK pays offawith dividends.

Insomnia
Prince Of Darkness
Enter The Arena
Crush 'Em
Breadline
The Doctor Is Calling
I'll Be There
Wanderlust
Ecstasy
Seven
Time: The Beginning
Time: The End
Insomnia (Jeff Balding Mix) (Bonus Track)
Breadline (Jack Joseph Puig Mix) (Bonus Track)
Crush Em' (Jock Mix) (Bonus Track)
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banned#1
awful album
good price though if your a fanboy
#2
RARRRRRRr
#3
Might be worth a shot, not a big fan of Megadeth, but Peace Sells was epic :D

(I'm more of a Metallica fan)
#4
DragonChris
Might be worth a shot, not a big fan of Megadeth, but Peace Sells was epic :D

(I'm more of a Metallica fan)


Risk isn't bad, but it's no Peace Sells...

New-Metallica or the proper Metallica (pre-black)?

If you like the new Metallica, you might enjoy Risk. If you are old school Metallica, this may seem a little soft and mushy.

For the price :thumbsup:
#5
Brilliant album, crap remaster. The bonus tracks are worthless. All Megadeth is good, all Metallica is good. This whole old/new divide is pathetic and narrow minded.
#6
Agree with the above^^^
I think this is a good CD, granted there's acouple of dodgy ones on there but for £2.99 a bargain!
I went seeing them in '95 and they were awesome live too!
#7
this is a good price!!!ok so it was a bit of a letdown(i heard lifeline and thought ...dave joined bon jovi???)..but hey its still megadeth and it is listenable(says she who now has lifeline on the ipod..its good for the cooldown at gym).......i saw them 3 times in the last year and they were the amazing every time ...until metallica came to the Secc last month and blew them away...oh Dave and his issues!!i love him really though..voting hot cos its megadeth
#8
The only Megadeth album I've got is Countdown to Extinction, which is a corker. How does this compare?
#9
terrible album.
still, good price.
get rust in peace instead.
#10
Now £6.99..............HMV get on my last nerve, with their constant price changes:x
#11
Hugh.N
Risk isn't bad, but it's no Peace Sells...

New-Metallica or the proper Metallica (pre-black)?

If you like the new Metallica, you might enjoy Risk. If you are old school Metallica, this may seem a little soft and mushy.

For the price :thumbsup:


Both ;) I love Metallica, from their early days to the modern day, aside from St. Anger - Lord knows I've tried, but very little of it appealed to me.

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