Symphony Of Destruction
Tracks 1-8 - National Bowl, Milton Keynes, UK, June 5, 1993
Tracks 9-17 - Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK, Sept. 30, 1992
Live Line LL 15519
1. (Intro)/Symphony Of Destruction
2. Skin On My Teeth [sic]
3. Wake Up Dead
4. Liar
5. In My Darkest Hour
6. The Conjuring
7. Hook In Mouth
8. Angry Again
9. Hangar [sic]
10. Foreclosure Of A Dream
11. Countdown To Extinction
12. Lucretia
13. Tornado Of Souls
14. Ashes In Your Mouth
15. Symphony Of Destruction
16. Peace Sells
17. Anarchy In The U.K. (Sex Pistols cover)

No specific date/location information is mentioned on the bootleg except for "recorded live 1993."

Both shows are incomplete. The Milton Keynes show is a bit weird, as I assume it wasn't just the 8 tracks above, but I have never, ever seen a more complete version of the show correctly listed on a bootleg or audio trader list. All the versions with more tracks I've seen have been mistakes where extra tracks from a different source are wrongly assumed to also be from the Milton Keynes show. As with the "Basic Dreams" bootleg, the Hammersmith show is incomplete--I couldn't hear any kind of audible break between "Lucretia" and "Tornado of Souls" though, so the editing was very good.

The Milton Keynes gig is the well-known show with Metallica and Diamond Head (Diamond Head's "Evil Live" was recorded at this show). Mustaine addresses playing with Metallica ("...10 years of bullshit is over...") in the stage banter before "Liar." The stage banter on the boot has been de-censored, because you can hear obvious recording jumps whenever Mustaine says an expletive. So the show was probably sourced from a censored broadcast, which was fixed with another copy of the show.

If the stage banter is accurate, the '93 show is the first time Megadeth played "Angry Again" live.

Both sections of the bootleg (track 8 and track 17) fade out.

The "Punishment is Due" and "Live Anarchy In London" bootlegs contain the same material, although on the latter the order of the two parts is switched. The 16-track "Living of the Megadeth" includes these same tracks minus the Sex Pistols cover. There are also several bootlegs which have one of these two shows and various extra tracks from different sources.

While this is an excellent boot soundwise, since the whole Hammersmith show is available elsewhere and both shows exist on other bootlegs with additional extra stuff, it's not that great for Megadeth collectors. However, in terms of volume, this and the other bootlegs that combine the Milton Keynes/Hammersmith shows do have more real live material.