Kurwa, sama Meta przyznaje się że Mustaine to najlepszy muzyk maczający w nich palce.
A tutaj jego wkład w powstanie thrashu.
Written by Mustaine
The Mechanix - Found in several pre-Kill 'Em All Metallica demos, was written almost entirely by Mustaine alone, with lyrics about sex at a car mechanics. When he was kicked out, Hetfield wrote entirely new lyrics, and the rest of the band added an extra section, a bridge and a solo (all totaling an extra three minutes) - the result was "The Four Horsemen". Megadeth's debut album has "Mechanix", which is the original song with the word "the" dropped from the title, an added intro, and a much, much faster tempo.
Jump in the Fire - Written largely by Mustaine, the song was originally, like "The Mechanix", about sex. Even when Mustaine was in the band, Hetfield and Ulrich helped him tweak it, hence why they are both credited alongside him.
Phantom Lord - Mustaine wrote the riff towards the end of the song's bridge (before Hammett's solo). This riff would later appear on Megadeth's "This Was My Life" on the album Countdown to Extinction (from around 3:10 to the end of the song).
Metal Militia - Mustaine has been credited with writing the main riff of the song.
Ride the Lightning - Mustaine wrote a single riff that appears before Hammet's solo. He calls it the "Spider Chord riff", and used it in the Megadeth song "Wake Up Dead", which appears in their 1986 album "Peace Sells...But Who's Buying?". The riff itself starts at 1:02.
Call of Ktulu - To what extent is not known, but Mustaine wrote a part of the intro. The D-minor progression of the song was later used in Megadeth's "Hangar 18", and the chord used just after the intro riff closes the Megadeth song "Foreclosure of a Dream". This is the last Metallica song to have a writing credit for Mustaine.
Seek and Destroy - has that solo, and in an old interview with Metallica, Seek and Destroy had already been written, and James said he played the solo, and he played it right. This means Dave wrote that solo.
The Four Horsemen - He made riff at the beginning, and the song was fully written in No Life till Leather, under the title "The Mechanix", which is about sex in a Mechanics shop.
Leper Messiah - Once Dave claimed that he had written the bridge riff (3:16 - 3:37) and, accordingly to some sources, the following riff as well (3:37-3:56). Although Metallica denied Mustaine's involvement in creating this song and the whole Master of Puppets album, some fans believe that this riff does have Mustaine's touch, and the similar riff was recorded on the Jam at McGovney Garage '82 tape. Apparently, Metallica could take this riff and change some notes so it sounded completely different, and not give Mustaine any credit for some reasons (e.g. minor contribution, insult or lack of wish to confirm the fact that the band used the former member's stuff). However, Mustaine still claims that he made the riff to this day.
A metalowcy kochający technikę I tego typu sprawy to do kogo jak nie Mustaine się modlą i modlili.
Rudy to tak naprawdę może i najważniejszy członek metaliki.
P. S. Nie lubię medadeth.
Turris Babylonica e stercore facta est.