The second of the three main metal bands comeback albums (Iron Maiden's 'Brave New World' being the first one, and Metallica's, well uh...), and the second best as well. Iron Maiden's comeback was just an all out great album, and Metallica's St. Anger is flat out terrible. Now we have Megadeth's comeback album, and it seems more like a mixed bag. The album overall is kinda like a more metal yet more commercial Youthanasia, kinda hard to describe. The first song Disconnect, is a an AMAZING song, maybe the best since 'Countdown to Extinction' (the exceptions being Train of Consequences and Trust [Live]). But the rest of album seems to dwindle down after that. The intro and main riff are all great and would make a person think that this is going to be the album of the new decade, however, we were wrong. The title track seems to be a WAY more commercial Peace Sells, and Moto-Psycho is possibly the most commercial song Megadeth has ever done. 1000 Times Goodbye is okay, but it is better live, along with Burning Bridges. Same thing with Dread and the Fugitive Mind, but, the one other highlight on the album is Return to Hangar, a stellar song that does a great job of making a sequel to the orginal song. Overall, get this album if you enjoy Countdown to Extinction and Cryptic Writings.