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    Quote Originally Posted by BStobart View Post
    I work for one of the world's biggest paid media companies, managing MASSIVE(!!!) budgets for an American insurance giant AND I listen to several albums a day, only pausing when I have to take a call or go to the loo. YOUR MOVE, CHRISTOPHER!!!

    edit: AND ALSO: fun fact: you can put your stuff inside a naked woman while blasting def leppard's hysteria in its entirety, try it some time
    I'm sure your boss tells you that your job is super important, and that they couldn't possibly operate those (!!!) accounts without you man. It's important to feel like you're needed, so you keep on doing you.

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    I know he's trolling, but, no:


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    Hell, it's not even as "hard" as earlier Megadeth lineups:



    I've seen them a lot, and this was the best they ever sounded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BStobart View Post
    forgot i had to qualify to the chris certified standards of a real job

    anyway, metallica SUCKS, megadeth RULES and anyone who disagrees with me is a certified dad rock POSER!
    Well, Metallica certainly does suck now so you're like 3/4 correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    RIP isn’t even the best Megadeth album. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.metalguitarist.org/forum/images/smilies/crooks.gif[/IMG]

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    Quote Originally Posted by BStobart View Post
    ALSO
    let me add, the united abominations/endgame lineup was harder than any Metallica lineup EVER
    Truth. But I love Drover still. He was killer on U.A. Wrote some wicked solos.





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    I had that DVDR'd and watched a part of it almost every day before High School.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince View Post
    Everybody skips Dawn patrol.
    I love dawn patrol, seriously sets up the final track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7 Dying Trees View Post
    I love dawn patrol, seriously sets up the final track.
    Exactly, sometimes a curveball is completely the right thing for the overall flow of an album. Mostly it's not but this is right line-up, right time, right focus Megadeth.

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