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Live Trax
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Megadeth's 'Live Trax' is an EP released exclusively in Japan in 1997, and it's a fairly mundane affair which I'm not going to dwell on for too long. The sound is alright, although Megadeth have never really had such a great live sound, and it certainly doesn't convey well in these recordings, which are taken from dates in 1995 and 1997. Dave Mustaine's voice could be considered an acquired taste at the best of times, but he certainly struggles in a live setting, even in his younger days, as is evident here. Not a bad live CD, but if you were hoping for another Megadeth HDCD (apart from the original "Cryptic Writings" CD), you'll be disappointed. Neither Windows Media Player nor my HDCD compatible Oppo blu-ray is reading an HDCD flag on this CD. Reply Notify me Helpful.

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Megadeth Live Trax. Tracks 4 & 5 recorded live on February 25th, 1997 at the Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. Added by: (Unknown user). Modified by: Thrash Maniac. Added on: N/A. Last modified on: 2015-05-27 15:00:23.

com/Cryptic Writings. Live Trax may refer to: Live Trax (Megadeth EP), 1997 EP by Megadeth. Live Trax (series), a series of live albums by Dave Matthews Band. Live Trax (Dave Matthews Band album), 2007. Live Trax (Dave Matthews Band album). Live Trax is a live compilation album of songs from the Dave Matthews Band's Live Trax series

The live releases were entitled Live Trax and Live Trax II, the first being released on June 30, 1998, while the second was released as a bonus disc to Cryptic Writings in 1998. An instrumental EP entitled Cryptic Sounds: No Voices in Your Head was released in Japan, Argentina and as a bonus disc to the album in Korea. Megadeth supported the album with a world tour that started in the summer of 1997. The Misfits were the opening act of these live shows, one of which was the band's first all-acoustic performance that took place in South America. The following summer, the group participated in Ozzfest '98 for the dates in the United States.

Tracklist

Reckoning Day 8:19
Angry Again 3:46
Use The Man 4:24
Tornado Of Souls 5:52
À Tout Le Monde 4:53
She-Wolf 3:42

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TOCP-50355 Megadeth Live Trax ‎(HDCD, EP) Capitol Records TOCP-50355 Japan 1997
TOCP-50355 Megadeth Live Trax ‎(HDCD, EP, Promo) Capitol Records TOCP-50355 Japan 1997
Reviews:
  • Umrdana
Megadeth's 'Live Trax' is an EP released exclusively in Japan in 1997, and it's a fairly mundane affair which I'm not going to dwell on for too long. The sound is alright, although Megadeth have never really had such a great live sound, and it certainly doesn't convey well in these recordings, which are taken from dates in 1995 and 1997. Dave Mustaine's voice could be considered an acquired taste at the best of times, but he certainly struggles in a live setting, even in his younger days, as is evident here. There's six actual tracks, although there's technically seven songs, as 'Reckoning Day' also has 'Peace Sells' tacked on afterwards. The song choices are fine, consisting of tracks like 'Angry Again', 'Tornado of Souls' and 'A Tout le Monde', and the musicianship is of a high standard, especially as this is the "classic" line up featuring Marty Friedman on guitars and Nick Menza on drums. However, to tell the truth, there's just nothing remarkable about these recordings. Maybe I'm just taking the idea of these types of EP's too seriously, but this is a pretty forgettable release. It's nothing special, and other than some cool imagery (the look of the CD certainly fits in well with that era of the band's music), this is only worth getting hold of if you're a huge fan.
  • Sermak Light
Not a bad live CD, but if you were hoping for another Megadeth HDCD (apart from the original "Cryptic Writings" CD), you'll be disappointed. Neither Windows Media Player nor my HDCD compatible Oppo blu-ray is reading an HDCD flag on this CD.