Megadeth - The World Needs a Hero

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Artist:   Megadeth
Album Name:   The World Needs a Hero
Genre:   Metal
Tracks:   12
Relase Date:   14 May 2001
Country:   USA

The World Needs a Hero (Megadeth) Album Songs


Song TitleTime
1.Disconnect 5:20
2.The World Needs a Hero 3:51
3.Moto Psycho 3:06
4.1000 Times Goodbye 6:25
5.Burning Bridges 5:20
6.Promises 4:28
7.Recipe for Hate... Warhorse 5:18
8.Losing My Senses 4:40
9.Dread and the Fugitive Mind 4:25
10.Silent Scorn 1:42
11.Return to Hangar 3:59
12.When 9:14

About Megadeth - The World Needs a Hero Album

The World Needs a Hero is the ninth studio album by American heavy metal band Megadeth, released in 2001. It was marked as a return to Megadeth's thrash metal roots, after the commercial rock style of their previous two releases (Cryptic Writings and Risk). However, it still retained a bit of the commercial feel from previous albums, as Mustaine claims the album was like "a ship lost at sea trying to return to its course".[citation needed] This is also the last album to feature David Ellefson as bassist and Jimmy DeGrasso as drummer. ..

The World Needs a Hero (Megadeth) Album Comments

The World Needs a Hero (Megadeth) Album Reviews

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  • Jowizzy
    1 stars
    .... Donald Marshall is on the cover art! 👁
  • Worst predictions ever
    5 stars
    Megadeth. Air conditioner
  • alan rosenbaum
    5 stars
    Yay. Good album
  • Sheanry
    5 stars
    Good. Different but great for Megadeth fans.
  • Jowizzy
    1 stars
    .... Donald Marshall is on the cover art! 👁
  • Worst predictions ever
    5 stars
    Megadeth. Air conditioner
  • alan rosenbaum
    5 stars
    Yay. Good album
  • Sheanry
    5 stars
    Good. Different but great for Megadeth fans.

Megadeth - The World Needs a Hero Album Wiki

The World Needs a Hero is the ninth studio album by American thrash metal band Megadeth, released in May 2001 by Sanctuary Records. After the critical and commercial failure of the previous album Risk (1999), The World Needs a Hero represented a change back to a heavier musical direction. Subsequently, the album charted at number 16 on the Billboard 200 upon release. After parting with former label Capitol Records, the album was the first of two Megadeth studio albums to be released by Sanctuary. It was the last of two studio albums to feature drummer Jimmy DeGrasso and the only one to feature Al Pitrelli on lead guitar. Furthermore, The World Needs a Hero was the last album with original bassist David Ellefson until his return to Megadeth in 2010. Additionally, mascot Vic Rattlehead appears on the cover of a Megadeth album for the first time since Rust in Peace (1990)..