Still Alive... and Well?

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Still, Alive... and Well?
Megadeth - Still Alive... and Well?.jpg
Greatest hits album by Megadeth
Released September 10, 2002
Genre Heavy metal, hard rock, thrash metal
Length 61:27
Label Sanctuary
Producer Dave Mustaine, Bill Kennedy
Megadeth chronology
Rude Awakening
(2002)
Still, Alive... and Well?
(2002)
The System Has Failed
(2004)

Still, Alive... and Well? is a Megadeth compilation album released on September 10, 2002 and is the last Megadeth release with bassist and co-founder David Ellefson until his reunion with the band eight years later. The album was released to fulfil Megadeth's record contract with Sanctuary Records after Dave Mustaine dissolved the band seemingly indefinitely when he sustained a serious nerve injury in 2002. The album's name is a quote from Dave Mustaine's answer to an interviewer's question: "What do you want written on your tombstone?"

The first six tracks (two of which were previously unreleased) were recorded live at the Web Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona, on November 17, 2001. The remaining tracks are selections from The World Needs a Hero.[1][2]

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No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Time: the Beginning/Use the Man" (live) Dave Mustaine Mustaine, Marty Friedman 6:27
2. "The Conjuring" (live) Mustaine Mustaine 5:26
3. "In My Darkest Hour" (live) Mustaine, David Ellefson Mustaine 5:29
4. "Sweating Bullets" (live) Mustaine Mustaine 4:43
5. "Symphony of Destruction" (live) Mustaine Mustaine 5:24
6. "Holy Wars... The Punishment Due" (live) Mustaine Mustaine 8:51
7. "Moto Psycho" Mustaine Mustaine 3:05
8. "Dread and the Fugitive Mind" Mustaine Mustaine 4:24
9. "Promises" Mustaine Mustaine, Al Pitrelli 4:26
10. "The World Needs a Hero" Mustaine Mustaine 3:52
11. "Burning Bridges" Mustaine Mustaine 5:20
12. "Return to Hangar" Mustaine Mustaine 4:00
Total length: 61:27

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