The album's title is a play on words, implying that society is euthanizingits youth. Youthanasia is the sixth studio album by American heavy metal band Megadeth, released on November 1, 1994 through Capitol Records. This record is one of the album I really listen a lot. A remixed and remastered edition featuring several bonus tracks and detailed liner notes was reissued on July 27, 2004. He explained that the title track "was probably the strongest representation of how we feel about the young people who listen to our music and what their future holds for them.  The latter would later be re-recorded with Lacuna Coil vocalist Cristina Scabbia under the title "À Tout le Monde (Set Me Free)".  In 2014, Guitar World ranked Youthanasia at number 29 on their list of "Superunknown: 50 Iconic Albums That Defined 1994". " Neil Arnold of Metal Forces named the record "the last true Megadeth opus before the mid-to-late 90s slump". Like a thousands times =). Though noting that the album, like its predecessor, was a distinct move away from the sound heard on 1990s Rust in Peace, Stagno suggested that the lack of a fast-tempo is made up for by the catchiness of the tracks. Esta arte digital-surrealista foi banida em alguns, países como a Malásia e Singapura, porque a arte é, Esta capa é leve em comparação com outras capas por aí, como as do Cannibal Corpse, por exemplo;). This page contains album graphics of my favorite heavy metal band, Megadeth.
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The construction process was recorded on Evolver - The Making of Youthanasia. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1994 Censor Cover CD release of Youthanasia on Discogs. The computers used were mostly Apple Quadra 400/500 models and with a great effort by all, it was soon evident that magnetic tape would have to be used.
It was commercially successful, peaking at number 4 on the Billboard 200 chart, and was certified platinum for shipping one million copies in the United States—a distinction achieved in 1995. As a result, they continually sold-out arenas across North America, in addition to developing a strong following overseas. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. They wrote that the record was musically diverse, from the "slow-tempo acoustic lines" of "A Tout le Monde" to the "breakneck riffing" of "Train of Consequences" and "Family Tree". This controversal digital art surrealistic was banned from some countries like Malaysia and Singapore, because the cover art was defamatory. I like the Hugh's design style.  A remixed and remastered edition featuring several bonus tracks and detailed liner notes was reissued on 27 July 2004. Since 1975!!! They began recording in Phase Four Studios (the studio in which the 2004 remaster was remixed) in March 1994, but due to problems they left and decided to find another studio. Hell Wasn't Built in a Day: The Complete Re-Issues Sampler, https://megadeth.fandom.com/wiki/Youthanasia_(album)?oldid=18407, Jimmie Wood - harmonica on "Train of Consequences" and "Elysian Fields", Produced and mixed by Max Norman and Dave Mustaine, 2nd assistant engineer and drum technician - Bruce Jacoby, Engineered by Ralph Patlan with Lance Dean, Edited by Lance Dean and Scott "Sarge" Harrison with Bo Caldwell. , Youthanasia was not a large stylistic departure from the band's earlier recordings. Digidesign was working on expanding Pro Tools from a single track to multitracking and it was hoped that as many as 48 digital tracks could be synced and used to record. Megadeth later signed with ESP Management and hired Bud Prager, a previous manager of Foreigner and Bad Company, to be the band's new creative manager. , *sales figures based on certification alone^shipments figures based on certification alone. Since 1975!!! bandas de metal progressivo e pra essa capa do Megadeth, eu. It seems like the attendance is better than it has ever been". This version was also released as a single, and included on United Abominations (2007). For progressive bands and for this album cover from Megadeth, I think it is a awesome album cover. Youthanasia received positive reviews upon its release. , In the middle of 1995, the band underwent changes on the business side.  Promotion included the first official website for a band, "Megadeth, Arizona", described by its conceiver, Robin Sloan Bechtel, as “a virtual cybertown in cyberspace" where fans gathered in an online community that among other things offered news regarding Megadeth's new album. It's been called a thrash album, it's been called a rock album, and it's even been called an alternative album. Like a thousands times =) Who made this album cover was Hugh Syme, the same designer who did album covers from Rush, Iron Maiden, Dream Theater and others. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Youthanasia&oldid=978075571, Short description is different from Wikidata, Certification Table Entry usages for Canada, Pages using certification Table Entry with shipments figures, Certification Table Entry usages for Finland, Certification Table Entry usages for United Kingdom, Certification Table Entry usages for United States, Pages using certification Table Entry with sales footnote, Pages using certification Table Entry with shipments footnote, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, "Crown of Worms [Demo version with alternate vocal melody]", Jimmie Wood – harmonica on "Train of Consequences" and "Elysian Fields", 2nd assistant engineer and drum technician – Bruce Jacoby, Guitar/Bass/Amplifier Technician and effects programming, demo recording engineer – Michael Kaye, Engineered by Ralph Patlan with Lance Dean, This page was last edited on 12 September 2020, at 19:12.  Producer Max Norman suggested that they build a new self-dedicated studio, in cooperation with the band, Capitol and Max's funding a modular studio was built in a warehouse in South Phoenix.  According to the band's official website, "Youthanasia marked the continuing evolution of Megadeth, following the footsteps of their previous album. A remixed and remastered version, featuring several bonus tracks, was released in 2004. ^ † On the 2004 reissue of the album, Dave Mustaine credits all songs to Ellefson/Friedman/Menza/Mustaine, Credits are adapted from the album's liner notes. Eu realmente gosto deste estilo de design. Of interest is that this was hoped to be the "first" album recorded solely on hard drives (rather than magnetic tape), Both Max and Dave were believers in being on the cutting edge of technology, Max had long been using computers to sample, tune and comp tracks. According to Billboard, from the drumbeat opening of "Addicted to Chaos" to the precise instrumentation of "Train of Consequences", Megadeth delivered "trademark aggressive rage 'n' roll to powerful effect".  Tom Sinclair of Entertainment Weekly, gave a brief review of the album saying that Youthanasia would "impress, but not impact. He explained that even though the music on a number of tracks remains quite heavy, it was obvious that the thrash metal is "very scarce" on this record.  Despite the outcry of some fans, Pete Prown called Youthanasia "more than worthy follow-up" to Countdown to Extinction.  The worldwide tour ended in September 1995, with the band performing at Monsters Of Rock in South America with Ozzy Osbourne and Alice Cooper as the headliners. The cover art by Hugh Syme features an elderly woman hanging babies by their feet on a seemingly endless clothesline. Lyrically, the album displays a variety of influences: mythology ("Elysian Fields" and "Blood of Heroes"), rape and incest ("Family Tree"), nuclear war ("Black Curtains"), gambling ("Train of Consequences"), and a hit about the last moments in life, "À Tout le Monde". It's like you have a choice, you can become proactive or you can choose 'Youthanasia'. " Speaking about the stylistic direction of the album, then-guitarist Marty Friedman stated: "We pretty much stick to our guns.
Quem fez esta capa foi Hugh Syme, o mesmo designer que. The album is not a large stylistic departure from the band's earlier recordings; however it marked the continuing evolution of Megadeth, following the footsteps of the previous album Countdown to Extinction (1992). The cover art features an elderly woman hanging babies by their feet on a seemingly endless clothes line; the artwork concept was directly inspired from a line of the title track. All tracks are written by Dave Mustaine, except where noted.[†]. They started the tour in November 1994, with live performances in South America.  Both "Train of Consequences" and "A Tout le Monde" charted on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. Is like Dalí using Adobe Photoshop manipulation ;).  Similarly, Chris Ayers of Exclaim!
This record talks about polemics questions like death, war, and incest. Youthanasia is the sixth studio album by American heavy metal band Megadeth, released on November 1, 1994 through Capitol Records. $4.99.  Paul Corio, in a retrospective review for Rolling Stone, wrote that the album features "metal-machine music" that is "calibrated to kill".  The album also managed to enter into the top 10 in the United Kingdom and some other European countries as well.
Este disco fala sobre questões polêmicas como a morte, guerra.  Authors Pete Prown and HP Newquist opined that lyrically, Youthanasia contained more thematic variations from Megadeth.  Stephen Thomas Erlewine agreed that Megadeth have abandoned some of the more experimental, progressive elements in their music.
Who made this album cover was Hugh Syme, the same designer who did album covers from Rush, Iron Maiden, Dream Theater and others. Youthanasia is the sixth studio album by American thrash metal band Megadeth, released on November 1, 1994 through Capitol Records.
 During this period Megadeth also visited Europe, where they stayed for eight weeks. " The title is a combination of the words "youth" and "euthanasia". The album is not a large stylistic departure from the band's earlier recordings; however it marked the continuing evolution of Megadeth, following the footsteps of the previous album Countdown to Extinction (1992). Também fala sobre os problemas Dave Mustaine com heroína.  Youthanasia was commercially successful, debuting and peaking at number 4 on the Billboard 200, with 143,000 units sold in its first week. Since 1975 he did all Rush's album covers!  The tour continued in 1995, with a number of opening acts such as Korn, Flotsam and Jetsam and Fear Factory. Another problem was the indecision on where the recording would take place.