Time Bandits

Episode 64 – Heart Condition & Megadeth’s Rust In Peace

HEART CONDITION, Bob Hoskins, Denzel Washington, 1990, (c)New Line Cinema

This week on Time Bandits, we’re watching Heart Condition! It’s a woefully misguided buddy-comedy-ghost-fantasy-action-romance flick starring Denzel Washington and Bob Hoskins as a sleazy lawer and cop (respectively) – when the former passes away and the latter receives his heart through a transplant, Hoskins is followed around by Washington’s ghost who helps him avoid cheeseburgers and help solve his own murder. Convoluted, right? It’s also shockingly unfunny.

Then, we listen to the seminal metal album Rust In Peace by Megadeth. Are our opinions of this record coloured by what was to come with the band, or will we mosh straight through this influential record?

Headbanging along with us, is Antony East of The ’92 Blue Jays! Check them out on Bandcamp, right now!

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  • Tony D’Amico

    I’m pleased to hear you were enjoying Rust in Peace as much as you did. It’s easily my favorite Megadeth album. I’m not a musician of any kind , but you guys pretty much summed up what I was going to say in the show. The guitar work is fucking outstanding on this album. I agree with Anthony in you should check out Peace Sells next, it’s a strong album IMO, and even though he’s also correct in saying Killing is my Business isn’t great, I still think it’s worth a listen, Mechanix is interesting just for the fact it’s a Four Horseman clone. I understand what your saying about Mustaine’s voice Greg, but I think you should go back to Countdown to Extinction too. I personally love that album because I was about 13 when it came out and was a perfect timing thing., I think it’s got a lot of great guitar work as in Rust in Peace, but once again I’m not a professional and wouldn’t know what good guitar work is qualified as. Anyway hope to hear your opinions on some more Megadeth in the future. Later guys

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