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6 March 2007 (USA) See more »
Filmed live at Obras Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina on October 9, 2005! | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Megadeth ... Themselves
Dave Mustaine ... Himself - Lead Guitar & Singer
Glen Drover ... Himself - Lead Guitar
Shawn Drover ... Himself - Drums
James MacDonough ... Himself - Bass (as Jimmy MacDonough)

Directed by
Michael J. Sarna  (as Michael Sarna)
Produced by
John Dee .... producer
Kevin Gasser .... executive producer
Michael J. Sarna .... producer
Shalini Waran .... producer
Cinematography by
Mariano Cúneo 
Film Editing by
Dean Gonzalez 
Jody McVeigh-Schultz 
Michael Palmerio 
Production Management
Heman Petriz .... production manager
Sound Department
Jeff Balding .... sound editor
Tony Crowe .... adr recordist
Brian Hawlk .... sound recordist
Music Department
Jeff Balding .... music supervisor
Dave Mustaine .... music supervisor
Other crew
Jacqui Knapp .... production coordinator

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USA:95 min
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Wonderful concert DVD, 22 November 2012
Author: 4-Kane from Boston, MA

After having recently reviewed their previous concert DVD, Rude Awakening, I feel compelled to discuss That One Night: Live In Buenos Aires.

Filmed in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 2005, it was a concert that almost never happened. Why? Because Megadeth disbanded in 2002, after Dave Mustaine suffered nerve damage to his left arm. But two years later, with his physical therapy completed, Dave planned to do a solo album. However, contractual obligations required him to do another Megadeth album, so the band was resurrected (minus original bassist Dave Ellefson). The group then recorded a new studio album titled The System Has Failed, which was released in September 2004.

In addition to Mega-classics such as "Hangar 18," "Wake Up Dead," "A Tout Le Monde," "In My Darkest Hour," and "Peace Sells," the set list included "I'll Be There" (from their 1999 album, Risk) and "Coming Home to Argentina," both of which Megadeth dedicated to the audience. The main drawback of the show was the absence of bassist Dave Ellefson. Instead, James MacDonough was the bass player for the band's concert tour (the 2007 live album - also titled "That One Night: Live In Buenos Aires" - is the only Megadeth album to feature MacDonough on bass). But overall, it is a wonderful concert DVD.

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