Is Megadeth’s ‘Youthanasia’ Dave Mustaine’s ‘Most Personal’ Album When It Comes To Lyrics? He Responds

MEGADETH‘s Dave mustaine was asked by a fan on Cameo Yes “Youthanasia” lyrically it is his most personal album. He replied (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “I don’t know. There are a lot of personal songs that I have. But as for the majority personal? Each song has its degree of depth in what I reveal with myself. Some songs are not about me, and some of the songs that have been very deep personally, if they are not about me, it is about someone else, then it is not really that personal. for me, but it’s probably a more endearing song, if you know what I mean. “

MEGADETHsixth album, “Youthanasia” was released on November 1, 1994 until Capitol Records. The Bachelor “Train of consequences” reached number 29 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart while “To all the world” reached number 31.

In 2004, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of “Youthanasia”, MEGADETH released a remixed and remastered version of the album that included four bonus tracks: the unreleased “Millennium Of The Blind” and “Absolution” (an instrumental) and demos of “New World Order” and “To all the world”.

Cameo is the online platform that allows fans to buy personalized celebrity video messages. The 60-year-old Mustaine is charging buyers $ 299 per video for “personal use” and is charging $ 2,093 for a video for commercial use.

The creation of the founder Steven Galanis, Based in Chicago Cameo has been around since 2017. It reportedly features more than 40,000 celebrities, from musicians and actors to drag queens and from YouTubers to Olympic gold medalists, who, for fees of $ 1 to $ 2,500, will offer video messages that mention each other. another person by name. Happy birthday messages are common, as are baby announcements, but some celebrities have also recorded messages for Cameo users looking to quit their jobs or make a possible date for a prom. The price of a video is determined by the celebrity. In 2020 alone, the company delivered more Cameos than in its four-year history, with Cameos delivered on every continent in the world and raised more than $ 1 million for nonprofits and worthy causes through its Cameo Cares program.

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