MARTY FRIEDMAN (ex-MEGADETH): “If Some Other Artist Was Doing The Album, I’d Just Buy It And Wouldn’t Have To Go Through The Trouble Of Making It”

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In 1996 three of the members in Megadeth released albums with their own projects. Had Megadeth split? That was an obvious question to ask Marty Friedman when he released his solo album True Obsessions that year. Marty also gives insights about why he added vocals to songs on a solo album for the first time, the fact he went in a more commercial direction and why he wanted to have Megadeth members on particular songs.


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    Stig is the founder and the president of Metal Express Radio, based out of Oslo, Norway. He has been around doing Metal radio since the mid-eighties. In fact, running Metal Express Radio takes almost all of his time. Is it worth it...? "Most times, yes," Stig says. "My philosophy is to try to give all Metal releases a fair chance to get promoted in one way or another. As you can imagine, it can be an arduous task to listen through about 20 albums every week! Still, I know we have the best METAL dedicated radio on this planet, and that is a reward in and of itself. I hope one day the whole Metal community can and will make listening to Metal Express Radio part of their daily rituals! Yeah, right..."

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