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Endgame


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  • Audio CD (Sept. 15 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • ASIN: B002C6K7N0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #12,424 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Dialectic Chaos
2. This Day We Fight!
3. 44 Minutes
4. "1,320'"
5. Bite The Hand
6. Bodies
7. Endgame
8. The Hardest Part of Letting Go... Sealed With a Kiss
9. Head Crusher
10. How The Story Ends
11. The Right To Go Insane

Product Description

2009 release, the 12th studio album from Dave Mustaine and Co. Recorded at the band's self-built brand new studio, Vic's Garage, located near San Diego and named after the legendary and iconic Vic Rattlehead character, Endgame was produced by Andy Sneap and Dave Mustaine, who also manned the boards for 2007's United Abominations. Endgame boasts the technicality, ferocity and snarl that's synonymous with Megadeth and their leader, Mustaine. It's a violent masterwork that represents Mustaine's best work in nearly two decades. In a musical world dominated by bands that make generic blanket statements, Endgame finds Mustaine, once again, making informed and substantial lyrical declarations about the state of the world we live in.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By E. Vallee TOP 500 REVIEWER on Oct. 12 2009
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Endgame is a welcome return to form by Megadeth. After Rust in Peace and Countdown, the quality of their work has declined. Sure a lot of it was still good, but it just was not the speed metal that Megadeth helped create. With United Abominations we were given an album that was simply Megadeth discovering who they were once more, and with Endgame they have perfected it. Every track on Endgame feels like hardcore Megadeth. It is almost too easy to compare the speed of this album to Rust in Peace, and the writting to Countdown, but there is no better way to describe how far Megadeth has fallen and finally climbed back to become the leader of speed metal with this album. Even the one "slow" track (The Hardest Part of Letting go... Sealed with a Kiss) is filled with shredding dual guitars and disturbing lyrics. You wont feel preached to by Dave on this album, each song is written expertly with lyrics about drag racing, to sealing your wife's dead body up in a wall. This is the album that Megadeth fans from the 80's - early 90's have been waiting for. Make no mistake, Megadeth is back and better than ever.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By F. Arseneau on Sept. 27 2009
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Best album of the year, best album from Medadeth since Rust in Peace. Megadeth's last three albums just get your head banging. Solo after solo, prepare for some major goose bumps.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By socrateAD on Oct. 4 2009
Format: Audio CD
You'll find in this masterpiece album for the first time a sound that is a right combination between the best of Megadeth in 80s (excellent rhythm, speed and variety), and the best of Megadeth in 90s (refined harmony, melodic line that makes sense from the beginning to the end of a song, controlled solos, the voice is well defined not a grunt as in 80s).

Lyrics are again cryptic, powerful, childish, stupid and intelligent at the same time, which is an interesting trademark of Megadeth (don't count United Abomination that was a true abomination of poor ideas).

This album is extremely consistent. So it is up to the listener to establish what song fits better with his taste or mood. I will not highlight any song because there is no Angry Again or Secret Place in this one - meaning there is no one that stands up far above all the others.

Go grab it and enjoy it!
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By Tommy Skylar TOP 100 REVIEWER on April 30 2010
Format: Audio CD
I've bought Megadeth's "Endgame" album the day it came out but somehow I never got around reviewing it so here it is. After 2007's "United Abomination" which I really enjoyed, Mustaine released the new Megadeth album Endgame in September of 2009 to much acclaim from the metal community in general. Frontman Dave Mustaine received lots of praises for an album full of heavy riffs, great songs and the old-school Trash-Metal sound. Ok it may not sound THAT old school, but we can clearly see hints and glimpses of the greatness displayed on albums such as "Rust In Peace" and "Countdown to Extinction". I have to agree with all the positive that has been said about this album, I think it's the best Megadeth album since...a while let's just say. The songs have that energy to them that could be found on some the older albums but at the same time there's this newfound and very powerful energy displayed here on songs such as "1,320" that will please most Megadeth fans, and judging by the album's average rating here on Amazon I think I'm right.

I didn't think I'd be blown away by Endgame at first but I was, I thought this would be a decent album but after hearing "Headcrusher" and "1,320" my hopes were that the album was just as good. It turns out Endgame is a solid album from beginning to end and that there are more than a few good songs on it. I won't go through every song as other reviewers have already done a good job doing so but I will comment on a few. The album starts with the very strong instrumental "Dialectic Chaos", usually I'm not a particularly huge fan of instrumentals in general but you've got to love the energy and feel of this one!
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Format: Audio CD
This album proves without a doubt who the king of metal is, his name is Dave Mustaine. Listen to Death Magnetic then listen to Endgame and after you toss Death Magnetic in the trash where it belongs sit back, relax and let the real metal flow! This is by far the best Megadeth album since Countdown, the best metal album of 2009, better than any Metallica album ever made and one of the finest metal albums ever made. Megadeth are where they belong, at the top! \m/
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By Calvin on Sept. 21 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Megadeth has done it again! I love the shreds, the riffs and the raw energy of it. The lyrics are super intelligent and relevant in today's dystopia. The cover image says an awful lot too!... (Open ears and Open eyes)

A Headbanger's must-have
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