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Rude Awakening (2002)

Classic concert film from American heavy metal band Megadeth shot during their first farewell tour.
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... Himself / singer
... Himself / bassist
Jimmy DeGrasso ... Himself / drummer
Al Pitrelli ... Himself / guitar
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Classic concert film from American heavy metal band Megadeth shot during their first farewell tour.

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9 April 2002 (USA)  »

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Megadeath: Live - Rude Awakening  »

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The CD version (also released in 2002) won a Metal Edge Readers' Choice Award for "Compilation/Live Album of the Year." See more »

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A long awaited live performance Dave Mustaine and Co.
26 October 2003 | by See all my reviews

This DVD is one of the best live DVDs that I own. Dave Mustaine, in my opinion, is the king of thrash metal, above even his former bandmate James Hetfield. Mustaine is such a well-rounded guitar player, and his style is so unique. Aside all of that, this DVD is simply awesome. The track list has most of the old fan favorites as well as the newer material. There are a couple of tracks from the old sh!t that I would have substituted for some of the newer material, but all in all this is such a great DVD. Not only does Megadeth perform the live material perfectly, but also the camera work is terrific; it stays up close on Mustaine and Pitrelli's hands so you can watch the absolutely mind-blowing solos up close.


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