MEGADETH: 'That One Night: Live In Buenos Aires' To Receive CD Release

MEGADETH and Image Entertainment will release "That One Night: Live In Buenos Aires", a live double CD set on September 4, 2007.

The companion to the gold-certified DVD of the same name that was released earlier this year, the CD set contains 22 tracks, including three — "Skin Of My Teeth", "Die Dead Enough" and "Angry Again" — not included on the DVD.

This show was filmed live at Obras Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina on October 9, 2005 before a rabid audience of over 25,000 fans. The disc features songs encompassing MEGADETH's career, ranging from their 1986 album "Peace Sells…But Who's Buying" through 2004's "The System Has Failed".

"This was one of the greatest nights of my life," says MEGADETH founder and frontman Dave Mustaine. "I am glad I was able to document it and share it with you."

MEGADETHMustaine, along with guitarist Glen Drover, drummer Shawn Drover and bassist James Lomenzo — just finished playing festivals overseas and will return to the U.S. for a headlining tour this fall.

"That One Night: Live In Buenos Aires" CD track listing:

01. Blackmail The Universe
02. Set The Word Afire
03. Skin Of My Teeth
04. Wake Up Dead
05. In My Darkest Hour
06. Die Dead Enough
07. She Wolf
08. Reckoning Day
09. Hangar 18/Return To Hangar
10. I'll Be There
11. Tornado Of Souls
12. Trust
13. Something That I'm Not
14. Kick The Chair
15. Coming Home To Argentina
16. Symphony Of Destruction
17. A Tout Le Monde
18. Angry Again
19. Peace Sells
20. Holy Wars


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