Megadeth - So Far, So Good... So What? mp3 album
It was the band's only album recorded with drummer Chuck Behler and guitarist Jeff Young, both of whom were fired from the band in early 1989, several months after the completion of the album's world tour
So What ! Megadeth - So Far, So Good.
Released January 19, 1988. Megadeth’s third album was created by a new line-up that wouldn’t survive to make another, with Dave Mustaine and David Ellefson as usual, joined by drummer Chuck Behler and guitarist Jeff Young.
When Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine fired drummer Gar Samuelson and guitarist Chris Poland for failing to show up for soundchecks and exhibiting other irresponsible and substance-impaired behavior, the band had to find replacements fast. They were scheduled to start working on their third album, So Far, So Goo. o What!, as soon as they finished touring and needed to act quickly. For the instrumental album opener Into the Lungs of Hell, Mustaine integrated horn, flute and percussion samples within the framework of tumbling double-bass drums, crushing rhythms and flailing lead guitars.
Bass, Backing Vocals – David Ellefson. Concept By, Directed By – Dave Mustaine, Megadeth. Drums, Percussion – Chuck Behler. Engineer – Paul Lani. Engineer – Matt Freeman (3). Executive-Producer – Tim Carr (4). Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Jeff Young (3). Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Dave Mustaine.
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The album wants to sound threatening but mostly comes off as forced and somewhat juvenile; typical is the embarrassing cover of "Anarchy in the . " which is played in Megadeth's tightly controlled riffing style and without the looseness of the original, making it sound stilted and stiff - and Mustaine doesn't even get the lyrics right.
This was probably the suckiest Megadeth lineup that ever put out an album (Gar Samuelson and Chris Poland replaced with much lesser talent), however this is one of the best and most fun to listen to Megadeth albums. LOVE the cover art on this album and realize I'm in the minority there.