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Symphony of Destruction

Megadeth

Type:
Single
Release date:
July 21st, 1992
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Capitol Records
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 80%)
1. Symphony of Destruction 04:05   Show lyrics
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2. Anarchy in the UK (live) 03:11   Show lyrics
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3. Hangar 18 (live) 04:58   Show lyrics
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4. Special Message for Japanese Fans 02:20  
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Band members
Dave Mustaine Guitars, Vocals
David Ellefson Bass, Vocals (backing)
Marty Friedman Guitars, Vocals (backing)
Nick Menza Drums, Vocals (backing)
Miscellaneous staff
Dave Mustaine Producer (Track 1)
Max Norman Producer, Mixing, Engineering (Track 1)
Micajah Ryan Engineering (additional) (Track 1)
Fred Kelly Jr. Engineering (assistant) (Track 1)
Dave Mustaine Guitars, Vocals
David Ellefson Bass, Vocals (backing)
Marty Friedman Guitars, Vocals (backing)
Nick Menza Drums, Vocals (backing)
Dave Mustaine Producer (Track 1)
Max Norman Producer, Mixing, Engineering (Track 1)
Micajah Ryan Engineering (additional) (Track 1)
Fred Kelly Jr. Engineering (assistant) (Track 1)
Read Commercial yet satisfying. 80% hells_unicorn April 22nd, 2007

Six versions of this single exist. The Japanese version is as shown. The European CD single and the 12" contain two B-sides: "Breakpoint" (3:33) and "Go to Hell" (4:39). Three 7" versions exist, with "Breakpoint", "In My Darkest Hour" (live), or "Peace Sells" (live).

There are also two promo versions of this single: first with only one track - "Symphony of Destruction (Radio Mix)", second with "Symphony of Destruction (Edited Gristle)" and "Symphony of Destruction (The Gristle Mix)". Remix on the second version was made by Trent Reznor from Nine Inch Nails, and the CD is called simply "Symphony...". Capitol also released a 7'' Jukebox version with only the title track and misspelled band name - Megadeath.

All live songs were recorded at Wembley Arena, London, on September 14th, 1990.

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