1 not featured in 1996 re-release
"I listen to Killing Is My Business... now, and I scratch my head wondering, 'What the fuck was I on when I wrote that?' That was a point in my life when I was filled with a lot of angst and had a lot to prove. On those beginning records, I didn't really have an emotional balance, and I wasn't experiencing any feelings other than anger. I would feel pain and I would get angry. I'd feel lonely and I'd get angry. I'd feel guilt or shame and I would get angry. I would feel joy and I would feel uncomfortable about it, and I would think that someone was setting me up." (Mustaine, 1995)
The album was very poorly recorded, due to the fact that the producer was fired halfway through its recording, leaving the band to finish the recording itself. Combat Records gave Megadeth $8000 to make the album with, but they spent half of the money on drugs, before they even got into the studio, so they had to fire the producer halfway, since they couldn't afford to pay him if he stayed on any longer.
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