MEGADETH: 'Countdown To Extinction' Reissue To Include Bonus Tracks

Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab will be releasing a remastered version of MEGADETH's 1992 CD, "Countdown to Extinction", this summer. The complete track listing for the reissue is as follows:

01. Skin O' My Teeth (3:15)
02. Symphony of Destruction (4:06)
03. Architecture of Agression (3:39)
04. Foreclosure of a Dream (4:22)
05. Sweating Bullets (5:27)
06. This Was My Life (3:43)
07. Countdown to Extinction (4:19)
08. High Speed Dirt (4:21)
09. Psychotron (4:41)
10. Captive Honour (4:14)
11. Ashes In Your Mouth (6:14)

Bonus Tracks:

12. Crown of Worms (previously unreleased in U.S.)
13. Countdown To Extinction (demo, previously unreleased)
14. Symphony of Destruction (demo, previously unreleased in the U.S.)
15. Psychotron (demo, previously unreleased)

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