Released: Sep 21, 1990
Released: Sep 30, 2008
Anthology: Set The World Afire may not feature many demos or unreleased recordings, but you still get an abundance of album classics from Megadeth's lengthy career.
Released: Mar 21, 2006
The DVD is basically the Chronology of Megadeth, through various TV clips as well as music videos and commercial spots. It's a very interesting DVD because even though it clocks in at close to 3 hours for both discs total, it doesn't at all seem like you spent 3 hours watching it.
Released: Jul 27, 2004
Released: Jun 17, 1997
Cryptic Writings continues this evolution, which unfortunately reads better than it plays.
Released: Jan 22, 2016
After another failed attempt at trying a radio-friendly metal sound with 2013's "Super Collider," Megadeth's fifteenth album, "Dystopia," satisfyingly plays to the band's strengths.
Released: Sep 15, 2009
Dave Mustaine and Megadeth are back with a new guitarist and a whole lotta shred. The 'Deth's bestin years!
Released: Jun 28, 2005
If you're just curious and would like a broad one-disc sampler, Greatest Hits is your ticket.
Released: Jul 18, 1995
Culled from various soundtracks and tribute albums, and featuring a new cover of the Sex Pistols' "Problems", Hidden Treasures may have a number of rare tracks.
Released: Jun 12, 1985
The music here is as raw as Megadeth gets, and that can be both good and bad.
Released: Sep 19, 1986
This album is Megadeth's magnum opus. Surely one of the most amazing metal masterworks of all time.
Released: Aug 31, 1999
Risk is not much of a departure from its two predecessors; more reflective, melodic, and conventional than the Megadeth of old
Released: Apr 9, 2002
Shot in the fall of 2001 on the group's final tour, Megadeth's Rude Awakening catches a seminal metal band at the top of its game. Although references to the then-recent terrorist events are rare, they instill songs like "In My Darkest Hour," "Symphony Of Destruction," and "Peace Sells" with an undercurrent of bitterness, laced with the anger that's already there.
Released: Sep 21, 1990
Released: Sep 7, 2010
Although being at the actual show would be a million times better, the CD is great. Its well mixed, and well produced.
The album wants to sound threatening but mostly comes off as forced and somewhat juvenile.
Released: Jun 4, 2013
Megadeth cemented their place in thrash metal almost 30 years ago with the release of their debut album "Killing Is My Business... And Business Is Good!" in 1985, and they continue in 2013 to prove they're not done yet with their latest release, "Super Collider."
Released: Nov 1, 2011
Megadeth's new offering is... something more of a crowd-pleaser than other recent releases.
Released: Mar 6, 2007
He may be a little older and wiser, but Dave Mustaine proves he is still a powerful force in metal today with That One Night.
Released: Sep 14, 2004
The System Has Failed marks a return from the dead for Megadeth ? and quite a glorious return, it must be said.
Released: May 15, 2001
"The World Needs A Hero" does indeed prove to be the band's heaviest offering in quite some time, certainly much more so than "Risk".
Released: May 15, 2007
With some songs featuring around 10 guitar solos, Megadeth proves they still have some of the best guitar work around today.
Released: Nov 1, 1994
"Youthanasia" is the sixth studio album by American thrash metal band Megadeth.