I purchased it for the Megadeth track, “Go To Hell”. I’m not sure if Mustaine was having a piss take towards Metallica with the “Now I lay me down to sleep” section of the song because I think that first minute was all about that as the actual song “Go To Hell” begins from about 1.10 minutes.
If I only knew then, that I would have “Go To Hell” on other Megadeth Compilations, I would have used my money differently on this, because I already had the Kiss track, “God Gave Rock ‘N’ Roll to You II”, “Dream Of A New Day” by Richie Kotzen and “The Perfect Crime” by Faith No More.
I don’t remember how “Shout it Out” by Slaughter and “Battle Stations” from Winger sounded. Same deal for “Tommy The Cat” by Primus (who I remember played themselves in the movie) and “Juniors Gone Wild” by King’s X, which I tried to call up on Spotify to listen to, but hey, it’s not there, the same deal with “Battle Stations” from Winger.
I was surprised by “Drinking Again” from Neverland and “Showdown” from Love on Ice brings blanks.
So yeah, not the best soundtrack.
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Not a bad soundtrack. I have the Kiss 12″ Single which is a picture disc of this cover. It has the King’s X song and the Slaughter song on it as well. It will be up in the Kiss review in probably 6 months since it is much later in their catalog.
The Kisstory series your doing is excellent.
Thanks so much. I am really having fun writing it. Glad to know you are enjoying it.
I bought this as well. First time I ever heard Primus.
What did you think of em. I enjoyed the bass playing but I never really got into their style
They are whacked lol but very talented. I’m interested in what they do when they play the full AFTK’s RUSH album from to back.
Ohh they did that hey. Played Rush. I also know the Les Claypool tried out for the Metallica bass gig.
Tour has been scrapped for now but rescheduled for 2021 like everything else