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Dave just can't sing Fucck all anymore, and he doesn't even have any aggressive music behind him to justify putting even a bit of effort or aggression into his performance though given how much creative control he has, that could very well be him accounting for his crappy voice or just another act of sheer laziness. Even James Hetfield is more listenable nowadays with his infamous 'old man Metallicountry' voice. On Fuck buddy in colider subject of Mustaine, Fuxk us take some time to marvel at these wondrous lyrics. Ooh yes, there are many gems here, and this is easily the nadir of his writings.
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Take note also that this particular track is home to yet another one of Dave's vocally orientated political soapboxes at the beginning, and only picks up towards the end. I know lyrics are a pretty tangential thing in the grand scheme of an album, but when the vocals are mixed so highly, when that is literally all there is to focus on because the music is so incredibly uninteresting and weak, man do they get on your nerves. Oh shit, the music, almost forgot to talk about that. Let me listen to the album for like, the 5th time since I bought it to try and remember some of these riffs, making sure to carefully sidestep my way around the hideous vocal and lyrical display like the week old festering turd that it is.
The vast majority of these riffs are extremely boring, non-aggressive, non-driving and just unmemorable. There are a few good moments - stuff like the beginning of 'Don't Turn Your Back However, these moments are few and far between, with the vast majority of the riffs being the same generic chord progressions or boring hard rock riffs that Dave has been writing since The songs are so lightweight and pacified that it beggars belief that this is a Megadeth album that doesn't also have the word 'risk' in the title. The rest of the band is just as listless and uninteresting as the riffs. Oh sure, there are some solos here and there, but really these function in the same way that Dimebag's work did for Pantera's worst moments - a sort of horrid incentive presented by the artist for the easily impressed to sit through the meaningless, dull crap they write to listen to 20 or so seconds of shredding goodness.
The drums are utterly lifeless and mechanical; they seriously could have got a drum machine to do that job. It is almost entirely simple straight beats, with very few moments on the pedals 'Dance in the Rain', 'Don't Turn Your Back The same can be said of the bass, it basically melds into the background of the album and does what it should be doing - but at no point is it ever isolated barring that bit at 'Beginning of Sorrow'and not once can the bass itself really be heard, unlike even the abominable Endgame. This record sounds really shitty, too. By that I mean that the production is shite. It is squeaky clean and very loud, removing most of the crunch from the guitars and destroying any sense of dynamics in the music not that it had much to begin withand reducing the drums to a lightweight, plastic-like and dull thud.
The whole album sounds overly digitised, processed and sterile, a far cry from the polished but still natural Countdown to Extinction or the raw as fuck early recordings from this outfit. The bass can almost never be heard beyond a quiet booming underneath everything, and the vocals are mixed far too loudly and sound equally processed, in some ridiculous attempt to make Dave not sound like utter garbage. And the result of all of this decrepit mediocrity and banality is one inconsistent as hell album. The majority of this bloody thing is completely forgettable hard rock, whether it be the horrific title track, 'Off the Edge', 'Forget to Remember' or the particularly abominable 'The Blackest Crow'.
That last song is a sort of terrible banjo-led thing with a banjo led rendition of 'My Last Words'' acoustic intro and a really awkward atmosphere on the whole. There are some tracks with a bit of meat to them in the riffs and occasionally the vocals, such as the dumb but enjoyable and groovy 'Burn! And then there are the inconsistent songs, the ones like 'Don't Turn Your Back Perhaps the track that best sums up the instrumental proficiency, lyrics and overall quality of this album is 'Dance in the Rain'. The first 3 minutes are a lyrical abomination, yet another soapbox for Dave's ranting, while the last minute is a sneakily placed furious bit of double-bass led thrash with comparatively amazing riffs and an exuberant vocal performance from David Draiman.
The whole album spends its entire duration going from one batshit insane idea to the next, rarely getting its shit together and producing something of an acceptable standard. However, don't let this album's few highlights draw you in. The good points here are still forgettable by Megadeth standards, the whole album is thoroughly unenjoyable on account of the awful vocals, the schizophrenic levels of inconsistency, the production, and the overriding sense of bitterness and angst that fills every square inch of the all-too-prominent lyrical rantings about whatever is eatin' Dave right now.
His completely scatterbrained approach to This thing is also way too long - a whopping 50 minutes of Dave's rantings formed somewhat into Fuck this thing; I ain't spending any more time with it. Let me put it this way: And y'all thought "Risk" was bad?
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Though his snarl remains to a degree, it is more a grumbling and bitter sort of tone that just stinks of an old man trying to be aggressive.