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    Megadeth: Rust in Peace What would you do if you got kicked out of Metallica because of your violent drinking habits? You start your own band. A band that plays faster, harder, and better than all the other bands in the land. Megadeth, a band that was the heaviest, loudest, drunkest band in history. Megadeth has released 15 albums and has sold over 50,000,000 records worldwide, Megadeth has had more line-up changes than any other band. Megadeth has had the same vocalist and bassist since the beginning. The lead guitar and drummer spots are constantly changed. In 1983, the band was officially forms. Megadeth has been nominated for 13 Grammy’s and won 1 in February of 2017. Dave Mustaine, a young California boy with a dream to rule the world with hard and aggressive music. David Scott Mustaine was born in La Mesa California on September 13th, 1961 to John and Emily Mustaine. In his early days, Dave had a deep love for rock music and started playing the guitar. One day, Dave was playing his guitar in his room and his sister came in the room and smashed the guitar over Dave’s head because he was playing poorly. Dave and his family were struggling due to his father’s drunken and abusive habits. Emily divorced John when Dave was only 5 years old. His family decided…

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    Don’t get me wrong, the band “Slayer” uses satanic lyrics, but the band denies any relation to the church of satan, the occult, or any other satanic organizations. In an interview Tom Araya (slayer bassist and vocalist) stated, “we want to scare people” when asked why they use satanic imagery. Now most metal bands in the thrash era like Megadeth and Metallica do not use satanic imagery, in countless interviews Megadeth’s frontman and guitarist Dave Mustaine claims he “found god and is a…

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    Heavy Metal: A Contrast and Comparison Between Two Historical Bands Heavy metal music has a reputation of having been devil inspired, however groups such a Metallica and Ozzy Osbourne show just how wrong this is, both in their similarities and their differences. They are fathers, husbands, and business men. They are adored by the masses and have become the largest sellers of heavy metal music. Metallica and Ozzy Osbourne (Ozzy) have had their share of tragedy and controversy, but their…

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    Now thirty three years into their career, it would be easy for Megadeth to join the likes of many of their contemporaries by living off the nostalgia of the legacy they’ve built. In an age where album anniversary tours are all the rage, the thrash metal legends could easily sustain themselves just by playing mostly old material and putting out new albums with one or two strong songs surrounded by filler every couple years. But luckily for thrash metal fans that’s not what Megadeth elected to do.…

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    Humankind is corrupt.There is no doubt about that. We drink, smoke, party, and make bad choices. There's war, genocide, murder, and countless other monstrosities that are committed by humans and all for different reasons. It might be political, religious, or it may just be because they want to have fun. Whatever the reason, there is corruption in this world. One of the largest sources of corruption comes from our governments. The people who are meant to protect our rights and act as a voice…

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    Heavy Metal Music

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    on drums. Full of speed and raw aggression, Metallica released their first album Kill em’ All. Though they were very popular in the underground metal scene, their beginnings did not go off without a hitch. The hard life of the rockstar, drinking and drugs got the best of Dave Mustaine. Combined with his anger problems, the band was forced to kick him out. Dave Mustaine was not the end of Metallica's troubles though. While on tour in Europe for their album Master of Puppets, there was a tragic…

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    Metal Religion

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    and that were credited with the title of “Heavy Metal” would be bands like Black Sabbath, who broke out into the newly formed metal scene with their single “Paranoid” in 1970, Led Zeppelin, who gained mainstream commercial success with their albums Led Zeppelin 1-4 in 1969-1971, and also Deep Purple, who with Zeppelin and Sabbath, formed “The Unholy Trinity of hard rock and heavy metal bands in the early to mid-1970’s”. Many bands over the next few years evolved the sound and then you get bands…

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    there is so much different kinds of these genres. The hardcore, metal thrashing, head banging kind of Rock and Metal music gets a person’s adrenaline pumping, and can make a person feel like wanting to punch in a wall for no reason. In Buzzfeed’s article 26 Reasons Why Rock’n’Roll Will Never Die, number three says it all, “Rock n’ roll helps make sense of life’s struggles, providing us with a binary division of all things” (Martin). The reasoning Martin says this is that there are many Rock and…

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    Philosophy Of Blues Music

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    after hitting drummer hits the bell ringer in this technique is silence holding hands. loud and aggressive tone of voice in live performances sociologist Deena was considered fatal by Weinstein. Psychologist in his book Metalheads and wrote off the war feelings Jeffrey Arnett metal music concerts to the fore. the early heavy metal agent such as Blue Cheer Jimi Hendrix, Cream and the Who have brought new issues to sound criteria. Blue cheerier Dick Peterson about it, "we want more power than we…

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    Hard Rock Research Paper

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    metal. Deep Purple also transformed hard rock with their album, Machine Head. This is also considered as one of the first proto-metal albums. However, Deep Purple 's music lacks the darker, more Gothic, qualities of Black Sabbath’s music, and is generally considered hard rock rather than heavy metal ("Hard Rock"). There is a variety of sub-genres that were developed by hard rock. For example, Alice Cooper made the first shock rock album and Aerosmith, Queen, and Lynyrd Skynyrd released their…

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