Band:Megadeth Album:So Far, So Good... So What! Version: Japanese Edition, Remastered, SHM-CD Release date: June 12th, 2013 Genre: Speed/Thrash Metal, Heavy Metal/Rock (1990s) Label: Capitol Records Catalog#: TOCP-95118 Country: United States Format: MP3@320kbps / FLAC@1004kbps (cue+log+covers) Scans: Complete Size: 202,4 MB (MP3) / 469,7 MB (FLAC) Host: 4 Shared / G.Drive Password: MTC
1.- Into the Lungs of Hell - 03:29 2.- Set the World Afire - 05:49 3.- Anarchy in the U.K. (Sex Pistols cover) - 03:01 4.- Mary Jane - 04:25 5.- 502 - 03:28 6.- In My Darkest Hour - 06:17 7.- Liar - 03:21 8.- Hook in Mouth - 04:40 9.- Into the Lungs of Hell - 03:31 * 10.- Set the World Afire - 05:52 * 11.- Mary Jane - 04:08 * 12.- In My Darkest Hour - 06:11 * ---------------------------------- Total playing time: 00:54:12
*Bonus Track (Paul Lani Mix)
Members in this album: Chuck Behler: Drums, Percussion Dave Mustaine: Guitars, Vocals, Songwriting (tracks 1, 2, 4-8) Jeff Young: Guitars David Ellefson: Bass, Vocals (backing), Lyrics (tracks 4, 6), Songwriting (tracks 7, 8)
Guest / Session Musicians: Steve Jones: Guitars (lead) (on track 3)
Other Staff: Michael Wagener: Mixing Dave Mustaine: Producer, Engineer Stephen Marcussen: Mastering Paul Lani: Producer Tim Carr: Executive producer
Additional Notes: A video was made for "In My Darkest Hour".
The album reached #18 in the UK charts, and #28 in the US.
"Set the World Afire" is one of the band's earliest compositions, and was initially titled Megadeth, when the band was named Mechanix. When they switched to Megadeth, the song was retitled.
502 is U.S. police code for DUI (Driving Under the Influence of alcohol).
"Liar" is dedicated to Chris Poland, who was fired from the band for stealing Dave Mustaine's guitars.
"In My Darkest Hour" was written in late September, 1986, after Dave heard about Cliff Burton's death.
"Hook in Mouth" addresses censorship, and more specifically, the PMRC (:Parents Music Resource Center), a US organisation who campaigned heavily against metal bands' lyrics.
Dave Mustaine had originally wanted to cover the Sex Pistols' "Problems", then tried to record a medley of "Problems" and "Anarchy in the U.K. ", and eventually settled on just the latter. Sex Pistols' singer Johnny Rotten refused to provide them with a lyric sheet, however, leading to some mistakes in the Megadeth version. (Megadeth eventually covered "Problems", and it was included in the "Hidden Treasures" compilation.).
Recording information: Mastered at Precision Lacquer, Hollywood, CA. Mixed at The Entreprise, North Hollywood, CA. Recorded at Music Grinder, Los Angeles, CA.