Megadeth - Unplugged In Boston (2021) Review

Megadeth - Unplugged In Boston was only available to Megafanclub members on CD, but now everybody can listen to it online or buy it on CD and vinyl via Cleopatra / Purple Pyramid.

The first-ever commercial release of a one-of-a-kind concert experience from Dave Mustaine's powerhouse metal outfit captured as never before in an intimate, acoustic performance recorded in 2001 (The world needs a hero era, with Al Pitrelli and Jimmy De Grasso) and only available in very limited quantities, this album has been a Megadeth collector's holy grail with totally unique versions of such favorites as "Symphony Of Destruction," and excerpt of "Holy Wars... The Punishment Due,"  and the new or relatively ner (at that time) "Dread And The Fugitive Mind" "Almost Honest" and "Moto Psycho". 

Here is my brief opinion about this live album, you let mw know what you think and please subscribe the YouTube channel. Tracklist after the video, at the bottom of the page.

"Dread And The Fugitive Mind"
"Time: The Beginning"
"Use The Man"
"Holy Wars... The Punishment Due" (Excerpt)
"Almost Honest"
"Moto Psycho"
"Symphony Of Destruction"
Giovanni Gagliano

Passionate about music I wrote my first article for "Given To Rock" in 2012, reaching now 30K global followers. I am also a musician, gigging around London.

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