MEGADETH Official "Killing..." Track Listing Unveiled
MEGADETH have officially confirmed via their web site that the group's upcoming re-mastered version of their 1985 debut CD, Killing Is My BusinessAnd Business Is Good!, will contain the band's rendition of the Nancy Sinatra classic These Boots. However, it appears that the version of the song that will find its way onto the reissue will have audio bleeps covering the portions of the lyrics that were altered by mainman Dave Mustaine on the original MEGADETH recording. Moreover, the final version of the remastered CD will not include a demo version of the title track, contrary to the erroneous track listing that was made available via several online outlets, including www.bestbuy.com.
The full track listing for the remastered version of Killing Is My BusinessAnd Business Is Good! (view cover at this location), which is due through Loud Records on February 5th, is as follows:
01. Last Rites/Loved To Death
02. Killing Is My Business...And Business Is Good!
03. The Skull Beneath The Skin
05. Chosen Ones
06. Looking Down The Cross
08. These Boots
09. Last Rites/Loved To Deth (demo)
10. Mechanix (demo)
11. The Skull Beneath The Skin (demo)
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