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Top of the Pops: Rust in Peace

by Andrew Doscas

Out of the Big Four of thrash metal, Megadeth has always been the most political and overt in their intentions.  So long as Dave Mustaine is alive, Megadeth will continue to exist in some capacity, and although 1990s… 777 more words

Andrew Doscas

Rust in peace: Saab 99

We stumbled upon the five-door Saab 99 pictured below last November in a self-service junkyard located in Salt Lake City, Utah. This orange Swede had apparently been out on the lot for a while when we took the pictures because it disappeared just a couple of days after our visit. 175 more words

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Rust in peace: Chevrolet Impala

We photographed the Chevrolet Impala pictured below last fall on a trip to the American southwest. The Impala was sitting on the outskirts of a small town located just a stone’s throw from the border between Nevada and California. 171 more words

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Snack per audiofagi... Dave Mustagadeth - Ivano Rossato

Scorrere la lista degli ex componenti dei Megadeth è un po’ come aprire l’elenco telefonico in un punto a caso. 22 componenti in 32 anni, con un invidiabile media di 1.5 all’anno, il che, a livello probabilistico, fa di Dave Mustaine o il peggior selezionatore della storia del rock o il più insopportabile dei rompicoglioni fra i band leader. 151 more words

Ivano ROSSATO

Megadeth - Rust in Peace

Note, this all applies to the remastered version. The original is harder to find and I have no patience. Nor a turntable.

First impressions are important. 618 more words

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Rust in peace: Citroën 11D Normale

We first saw the Citroën 11D Normale pictured below in January of 2013. At the time, the building behind it was abandoned so we wrote it off as a forgotten relic from the past whose days were inevitably numbered. 195 more words

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Rust in peace: Citroën Type H

We stopped and photographed the Citroën Type H pictured below on our way to cover the Historic Monte-Carlo Rally earlier this week. The H was in a remote area of the Ardèche department, one of the most rural places in France. 209 more words

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