If forced to pick one I will take "peace sells" although they are equally great examples of 1980's speed metal (when USA metal scence ruled the world) also it did come first so props for that fact.
Dave Mustaine extracts his sweet revenge, as Metallica peaked and started the obvious slide down, Megadeth emerges in prime form to dethrone them. On your knees Metallica pay tribute to the new metal gods, ha ha
Killing Is My Business... And Business Is Good! [EXPLICIT LYRICS] [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED] [EXTRA TRACKS]
Deluxe Edition sees the entire record remixed by Dave Mustane and producer/mixer Bill Kennedy, completely digitally remastered, 4 original 1984 demo's are added as bonus tracks. Also includes original artwork intended to be on album packaging, song by song liner notes by Dave Mustane & bassist David Ellefson. Demo versions - 'Last Rites/Loved To Death', 'The Skull Beneath The Skin' and 'Machanix'. Loud Records.
Well, those above are the only ones worth getting, they starting crapping out after that last one, IMHO.
Originally Posted by Iron_Dreamer You're thinking of the song "High Speed Dirt" from Countdown to Extinction, which is probably my second favorite album of thiers (close with Peace Sells) if only for the godly "Ashes in Your Mouth."
Heh, I forgot that the line, "I'm a dirt torpedo" is a line in the song High Speed Dirt. Good catch. Countdown to Extinction is my favorite album by them then. I haven't heard it in several years, but it rocks.