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Youthanasia is the sixth studio album by American heavy metal band Megadeth, released on November 1, 1994. A remixed and remastered version, featuring several bonus tracks, was released in 2004. It saw Megadeth continuing a trend toward slower, more melodic hard rock songs which began with their commercial breakthrough album, Countdown to Extinction. Lyrically, the album displays a variety of influences: mythology (“Elysian Fields” and “Blood of Heroes”), rape and incest (“Family Tree”), nuclear war (“Black Curtains”), gambling (“Train of Consequences”, which can also be seen on the video), and a hit about the last moments in life, “À Tout le Monde”. The title is a pun on euthanasia, implying that society is euthanizing its youth, which would be consistent with... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ Let me show you, how I love you ... It's our secret, you and me ... I know they were doing it to you

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More songs by Megadeth (See Charts): Mechanix, Rust In Peace... Polaris, Skin O' My Teeth, Blood Of Heroes, Trust, Train Of Consequences, Promises, Sweating Bullets, Insomnia, and My Last Words.

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