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That One Night - Live in Buenos Aires

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TRACK LIST: 1. Blackmail the Universe / 2. Set the World Afire / 3. Wake the Dead / 4. In My Darkest Hour / 5. She Wolf / 6. Reckoning Day / 7. A Tout Le Monde / 8. Hangar 18 & Return of Hangar 18 / 9. I'll Be There / 10. Tornado of Souls / 11. Trust / 12. Something That I'm Not / 13. Kick the Chair / 14. Coming Home / 15. Symphony of Destruction / 16. Peace Sells / 17. Holy Wars / 18. Alternate track of Symphony of Destruction Filmed live at Obras Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina on October 9, 2005!

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  • Actors: Megadeth, Dave Mustaine
  • Producers: John Dee, Kevin Gasser, Shalini Waren
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, DTS Surround Sound, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Image Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 6, 2007
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000LPS2P4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,025 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "That One Night - Live in Buenos Aires" on IMDb

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Recorded right after the end of Gigantour 1 in Buenos Aires, Argentina on October 9, 2005. This is it kids, the ultimate Megadeth show! Megadeth are worshipped in Argentina and they played one night outside in front of a sea of fans. The show is presented in widescreen and DTS sound, features occasional split screens and constant head banging 'Deth songs. The set is awesome and contains 18 songs (including a rare performance of "I'll Be There"). It took me back to when I saw them for Gigantour in Sept. 2005 and 2006 in Montreal.

This is my favorite lineup since Mustaine, Friedman, Ellefson and Menza. Megadeth is half Canadian now because of the Drover brothers. This was before Dave enlisted the services of James LoMenzo (Black Label Society) as permanent bassist; James MacDonough (Iced Earth) played bass for the duration of the first Gigantour and for this show. Dave's vocals and mood are in great form, shredding along to songs covering most of their catalogue. My only gripe is that the show isn't shown in its entirety; I clearly remember Dave posting on the Megadeth forum saying that they'd perform 22 songs; where are the four missing?

As far as bonus features go; it's very slim. We're treated to alternate angles of "Symphony of Destruction" and that's all folks. Every now and then during the concert, we get snippets of Dave and Glen playing acoustic guitar surrounded by fans in Argentina; it would've been fun to see and hear more of that. Maybe a few videos from "The System Has Failed" would've been nice too ("Die Dead Enough" and "Of Mice and Men" come to mind) since there weren't any on the "Arsenal of Megadeth" DVD set. Anyhow, this is a great DVD; better than "Rude Awaekning" although Rude has more songs and that bonus underground B&W show. Get your hands on this, you won't regret it.
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This DVD rocks!!!First off Mustaine's voice is stellar.Way more consistent then on the Rude Awakening DVD.I love the setlist.The opening song "Blackmail the Universe" slays.My only disappointment was that they didnt have the pyrotechnic show that they had when I saw them live in Holmdel, NJ.But Mustaine is at the top of his game the band is tight and its great to see the fans go nuts and show them the respect they deserve.
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Mustaine came through, just when you thougt megadeth was on the brink of not existing with the departure of co-founder Dave Elfson, Mustaine pulled together a great group of performers and Released the System has Failed, a great album. Now, Live in Buenos Aries captures this new encarnation of Megadeth, and does it well. I have seen the group 3 times now, and this DVD does a great job at capturing the live performance. This album pulls some classics, but also bring us up to the newest album. Much better than Rude Awakenings production and sound, although the set list for rude awakening was nice, this DVD's mixing and production are 10 times better. The CD should be awesome as well. Check this one out, a Rattlehead must have.
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This is a great DVD. Nice editing, does not jump around a bunch, like other live band dvd's (see iron maiden's last few), and it really captures the live show of megadeth. The Drover brothers are excellent in their new positions. As compared to the Rude Awakening DVD, the sound quality here is better, much better mix of vocals and instruments, with just a hint of crowd. Rude Awakening had a broad and excellent setlist, but this one brings us up through The System Has Failed, and adds the bonus track "Coming Home", previously only available on the japanese version of "The World Needs A Hero", but it is modified a bit to fit Argentina. I highly recommend this DVD to anyone, go out and get it. I can not wait for the CD of this set, and am awaiting "United Abominations" on the Horizon. This is a solid line up that should produce a heck of an album.
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Anyone who's wandering wether to buy this DVD or not, should look for a preview of "Symphony of destruction" that's on youtube or around the web. After hearing it, you will see why it's not a clone of the previouss releases.

Anyhow i'm very dissapointed that it did not include the hole set. I can't recall right now, but at least 3 or 4 extra songs were played that night that are not on the DVD list. This includes Skin O' My Teeth and The Scorpion.

Either way, it's a must have for anyone who's been there or to anyone who hasn't heard the Argentinian Crowd
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Most of the criticism I have read of "That One Night" is based upon the fact that a few songs from the set list (which do appear on the CD version) were left off this DVD. And that extras are basically non-existent. More on those issues later.

Speaking strictly from a performance standpoint, Megadeth are as tight and energetic in this performance as I've seen them since the Friedman/Menza days. The guitar mix is strong and aggressive. Mustaine's playing is always something to behold, but it is particularly great in this show. I think he's actually gotten better since his hiatus to deal with the nerve damage in his arm several years ago. His voice is also a highlight in this show. It's strong, nasty and in key throughout. Whether there were overdub corrections done to the performance after the fact, I don't know. And frankly I don't care. It is spot on and that's all I care about when I play the disc. Even better, the soundtrack is done in DTS 5.1 which IMO, is always the preferred format over Dolby Digital 5.1. DTS just has a fuller soundstage which is supported by the bitrate numbers when compared to Dolby Digital.

From a band standpoint I still believe the Friedman/Menza/Ellefson lineup is the best Megadeth has ever fielded. But the current lineup does rival that one live. The Drover brothers and James MacDonough (Iced Earth) more than do justice to the old jams and pump serious life into the new tunes as well. The Buenos Aires crowd is completely insane throughout the show and you can see that the band feeds off of that energy song after song.

Now, onto the issue so many have complained about in this DVD. "That One Night" was mastered from an HD source.
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