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Rust in Peace Live

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Released  September 7, 2010
Length  73:54
Producer  Mark Adelman
Release date  7 September 2010
Recorded  March 31, 2010
Director  Kerry Asmussen
Artist  Megadeth
Label  Shout! Factory
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Rust in Peace Live (2010)  The Big 4 Live from Sofia, Bulgaria (2010)
Genres  Heavy metal, Thrash metal, Speed metal
Similar  Megadeth albums, Thrash metal albums

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Rust in Peace •Live• is a live album by American heavy metal band Megadeth, released in 2010 through Shout! Factory in Blu-ray, DVD, and CD formats. The release was in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the original release of Rust in Peace and it is the first Megadeth release since 2002's Rude Awakening to feature bassist David Ellefson.

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Background

Rust in Peace was released in 1990 and entered the Billboard 200 at number 23, and was eventually certified platinum by the RIAA in 1992. Steve Huey of Allmusic wrote that the album was "easily Megadeth's strongest musical effort".

The album's reputation lead the band to announce a "Rust in Peace 20th Anniversary Tour". The tour began on March 1, 2010 as a month-long North American tour with support from Testament and Exodus.

Filmed at the Hollywood Palladium on March 31, 2010, the performance showcases Megadeth's 1990 album, Rust in Peace played in its entirety with the same background that was featured on the original "Rust in Peace" tour. Both audio and video versions of the release charted domestically. The CD release of the album managed to chart at number 161 on the Billboard 200 chart upon its release. Meanwhile, the video version of the album hit number two on the Top Billboard 50 Music Videos chart. As of April 2011, about 19,000 copies of the DVD have been sold in the U.S.

Reception

Rust in Peace Live received a generally positive response from critics. Chad Bowar, reviewing the DVD/Blu-ray version for About.com, praised the guitar interplay between Broderick and Mustaine, and the audio and video quality of the release. He suggested that the combination of one of the band's biggest album live in its entirety and the (then-)recent return of bassist David Ellefson made the album "essential" for fans of the band. Alex Young of Consequences of Sound gave a very positive review of Rust in Peace Live, though noting that it was released at a time to capitalize on the band's then recent tour with the other three of the "Big 4" and the release of Endgame the previous year. Meanwhile, Greg Prato of Allmusic, while giving the album 3.5/5 stars, critiqued the band for replicating the structure of the studio tracks too closely.

Track listing

All tracks from Rust in Peace unless otherwise noted; all music and lyrics by Mustaine unless otherwise noted

Songs

1Holy Wars… The Punishment Due7:03
2Hangar 185:06
3Take No Prisoners3:25

References

Rust in Peace Live Wikipedia


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