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Grammy winner

Hangar 18

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Megadeth took home their first Grammy Award this past weekend for Dystopia. Dystopia is probably my fourth favorite Megadeth album (after #1 Rust in Peace, #2 Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying?, and #3 So Far, So Good… So What).

When I took today’s photo, Dave was playing one of my favorites off “Rust In Peace” (Hangar 18) at 2016 Copenhell. Here is a video someone else a few rows back of my position took of the song. The scene in the photo happened for just a split second during the last few seconds of the video.

Happy birthday, Dirk Verbeuren!

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Dirk Verbeuren of Megadeth @ Copenhell 2016

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Megadeth @ Copenhell

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Dave Mustaine

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2016 Copenhell was my fourth time seeing Megadeth live. I saw them in the 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, and now the 2010s. See you again in the 2020s, Dave?

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David Ellefson

Megadeth @ Loud Park 2009

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Loud Park was the first time in 19 years that I witnessed Megadeth live. Before that was 1987 at The Stone in San Francisco on the “Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying?” tour. Dave Mustaine has really mellowed over the years. He was positively happy and in a good mood throughout the set.

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Both Dave and Chris Broderick, Megadeth’s recent guitar addition, are in really good shape for their ages–for any age really. Maybe they have hired a band chef and personal trainer or something.

dave mustaine of megadeth in October of 2009 at loud park in tokyo japan

Dave, and the band, came out for an encore at the time they were supposed to be done. (All other bands, both days, stuck exactly to the schedule.) He said they would let him squeeze in another song. Then he said, in a way that is totally Dave Mustaineish, he doesn’t like to follow the rules. He did technically play only one more song (Holy Wars), but in the middle he threw in an extra song (Mechanix) so Megadeth ended up going way over time. Everyone loved it. Judas Priest, to stay on schedule, had to start their set just a few minutes later.

The setlist (or set list) was something like this:
Set The World Afire
Wake Up Dead
Hangar 18
Skin O’ My Teeth
Headcrusher
She-Wolf
In My Darkest Hour
Tornado of Souls
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Devil’s Island
Kick The Chair
Sweating Bullets
Rattlehead
Symphony Of Destruction
Peace Sells
Holy Wars Intro (Mechanix) Holy Wars Conclusion

Here is Megadeth doing Hangar 18. Crank it up. This video came out pretty good considering how crazy the crowd was around me.

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