Rusted Pieces

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Rusted Pieces
Video by Megadeth
Released April 1991
Genre Thrash metal
Length 30:00
Label Picture Music International
Producer Michelle Peacock
Megadeth chronology
Rusted Pieces
(1991)
Exposure of a Dream
(1992)

Rusted Pieces is a 1991 home video released by Megadeth. It contains six uncensored music videos, with Dave Mustaine and David Ellefson speaking about each one briefly. Before "Holy Wars… the Punishment Due", Marty Friedman and Nick Menza are introduced as they were both new to the band at the time.

A DVD version was also released, this series of videos comes from the bands early days up to the Rust In Peace period in their history. This is a re-release from the earlier VHS video and as such is just a copy of that. The first three songs are "Peace Sells", "Wake Up Dead" and "In My Darkest Hour". All have Dave Mustaine and David Ellefson giving insights into the recording of the videos. The fourth track is a cover of the Sex pistols "Anarchy In The UK". The DVD version was only released in the UK.

There was also, along with the various merchandise, a six-foot-tall door poster available of the Rusted Pieces VHS/DVD cover.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Peace Sells" (from the 1986 album, Peace Sells… but Who's Buying?)
  2. "Wake Up Dead" (from the 1986 album, Peace Sells… but Who’s Buying?)
  3. "In My Darkest Hour" (from the 1988 album, So Far, So Good… So What!)
  4. "Anarchy in the U.K." (from the 1988 album, So Far, So Good… So What!)
    • directed by David Mackie, produced by Joe Waddleworth
  5. "Holy Wars... The Punishment Due" (from the 1990 album, Rust in Peace)
  6. "Hangar 18" (from the 1990 album, Rust in Peace)
    • directed by Paul Boyington, produced by Pete Mockler