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Youthanasia

Megadeth

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
October 24th, 1994
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Capitol Records
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
15 reviews (avg. 81%)
1. Reckoning Day 04:34   Show lyrics
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2. Train of Consequences 03:27   Show lyrics
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3. Addicted to Chaos 05:26   Show lyrics
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4. A Tout le Monde 04:28   Show lyrics
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5. Elysian Fields 04:04   Show lyrics
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6. The Killing Road 03:57   Show lyrics
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7. Blood of Heroes 03:58   Show lyrics
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8. Family Tree 04:07   Show lyrics
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9. Youthanasia 04:10   Show lyrics
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10. I Thought I Knew It All 03:45   Show lyrics
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11. Black Curtains 03:39   Show lyrics
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12. Victory 04:27   Show lyrics
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Band members
Dave Mustaine Guitars, Vocals
Nick Menza Drums, Vocals (backing)
David Ellefson Bass, Vocals (backing)
Marty Friedman Guitars, Vocals (backing)
Guest/Session
Jimmie Wood Harmonica (on tracks 2, 5)
Miscellaneous staff
Tony Frederick Photographic Elements
Michael Kaye Guitar technician
Bruce Jacoby Engineering (assistant), Drum technician
Richard Avedon Photography (band)
Tommy Steele Art Direction
Hugh Syme Art Direction, Design, Digital Illustration
Mike Tacci Engineering (assistant)
Dave Mustaine Producer, Mixing
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Max Norman Producer, Mixing, Engineering, Arrangements
Mick McGinty Logo Illustration
Dave Mustaine Guitars, Vocals
Nick Menza Drums, Vocals (backing)
David Ellefson Bass, Vocals (backing)
Marty Friedman Guitars, Vocals (backing)
Jimmie Wood Harmonica (on tracks 2, 5)
Tony Frederick Photographic Elements
Michael Kaye Guitar technician
Bruce Jacoby Engineering (assistant), Drum technician
Richard Avedon Photography (band)
Tommy Steele Art Direction
Hugh Syme Art Direction, Design, Digital Illustration
Mike Tacci Engineering (assistant)
Dave Mustaine Producer, Mixing
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Max Norman Producer, Mixing, Engineering, Arrangements
Mick McGinty Logo Illustration
Read A mis-step? "Not even... 95% ViciousFriendlyFish January 26th, 2014
Read Ugh. 53% LordThurisaz March 23rd, 2013
Read Megadeth's most mature effort 85% screamingfordefender September 12th, 2010
Read Hmm, now what? 77% evermetal November 9th, 2009
Read Probably the catchiest... 87% CannibalCorpse April 15th, 2009
Read Very Good Heavy Metal 86% FragKrag January 23rd, 2009
Read Not good, not good... 38% Nhorf April 17th, 2008
Read Different, but still powerful. 82% hells_unicorn March 1st, 2008
Read Cause Heroes Never Die 88% darkreif July 9th, 2007
Read "The youth in Asia would... 71% Metdude May 3rd, 2007
Read Strong as ever 88% Mikesn March 3rd, 2007
Read A Stronger Megadeth 95% GuntherTheUndying November 23rd, 2006
Read Evolution from "Countdown... 96% Fatal_Metal October 13th, 2005
Read Not thrash, but still one... 90% panteramdeth August 28th, 2004
Read Power metal, anyone? 81% UltraBoris August 11th, 2002

Several limited editions exist.
One limited edition CD came in blue jewelcase.
Also released as limited boxset containing a Megadeth T-Shirt.
Also released as limited 2CD in a slipcase containing "Hidden Treasures" as bonus disc.

A Korean version of the CD features "Crown of Worms" (03:18) as a bonus track, along with a message for Korean fans by Marty Friedman (at this point they'd never been to Korea) and a "tell your concert organizers you want Megadeth!" poster.

Japanese edition bonus tracks:
13. Crown of Worms (03:18)
14. Holy Wars ... the Punishment Due (Live)
15. Symphony of Destruction (Live)
16. Sweating Bullets (Live)
The Japanese edition has a different demo version of Crown of Worms that doesn't appear anywhere else.

2004 remix & remaster includes:
13. Millenium of the Blind (unreleased song from Youthanasia) (02:15)
14. New World Order (demo) (03:45)
15. Absolution (unreleased, includes the musical interlude from Trust) (03:27)
16. A Tout Le Monde (rehearsal demo - different lyrics, different French chorus, bad start, different and longer Marty solo) (06:20)

Original sound version now out of print.

A music video was filmed for "Reckoning Day".

A music video was filmed for "Train of Consequences".

A music video was filmed for "A Tout le Monde".

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