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Youthanasia is not appreciated as much as the previous realeses because it is slower, but it is still great. The standout tracks are reckoning day, train of conseqences and the title track. Reckoning day and train of consequences
are great thrash metal songs that use a mid tempo
chugging riffs. So is black curtains, which sounds like metalicas sad but true.
The rest of the album is slower and more mainstream. The title track is like a speed metal song that has been slowed down. The solo is awesome.
This album is the last album before Megadeth went commercial with cryptic writings and risk.


Not their best, but pretty good. Train of Consequences, A Tout le Monde, and Victory are the best.

Underrated Masterpiece

Dave's vocals are top notch throughout the album, especially on A Tout Le Monde and Victory. This is probably Megadeth's 3rd or 4th best album, but still a classic. All these songs are really good, but I recommend : Reckoning Day, Train of Consequences, A Tout Le Monde, The Killing Road, & Victory.


Formed: 1983 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

After he left Metallica in 1983, guitarist/vocalist Dave Mustaine formed the thrash metal quartet Megadeth. Though Megadeth followed the basic blueprint of Metallica's relentless attack, Mustaine's group distinguished themselves from his earlier band by lessening the progressive rock influences, adding an emphasis on instrumental skills, speeding up the tempo slightly, and making the instrumental attack harsher. By streamlining the classic thrash metal approach and making the music more threatening,...
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