Thirty years and still going strong. Megadeth has done it again. The band has released another kick ass album. The band might be writing differently, but they still bring the catchy riffs, amazing solos, and political lyrics. One might even say that Super Collider is more radio friendly than some of the earlier material, but the album is still a must have in the collection.
David Ellefson and Shawn Drover's rhythm throughout the album compliment Chris Broderick and Dave Mustaine's guitar licks. David Draiman can be heard on "Dance in the Rain". The band also pays tribute to the greats in Thin Lizzy with their rendition of Cold Sweat.
Every time Megadeth releases an album, it gets compared to "Peace Sells, But Who's Buying" and "Rust in Peace", which I don't find fair. The band is not the same. Is this my favorite Megadeth Album? No. Is it my least favorite? No. I think it's a solidly produced, written, and performed record.
Crank it up!
2. Super Collider
4. Built for War
5. Off the Edge
6. Dance in the Rain (Featuring David Draiman)
7. Beginning of Sorrow
8. The Blackest Crow
9. Forget to Remember
10. Don't Turn Your Back...
11. Cold Sweat" (Thin Lizzy cover)