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Megadeth’s “Hidden Treasures”. Hidden Treasures was not Megadeth Christmas tree Merry Xmas for all sweatshirt a traditionally Megadeth album, but I was hooked by Dave Mustaine’s vocal style, Nick Menza’s ADHD drumming style, and Marty Friedman’s nightmarish guitar solos. That said, yes, Megadeth probably is more popular relative to other big names in metal, compared to say the US. In Argentina, Metallica and Megadeth enjoy as much popularity, which I don’t believe is the case in most other places. One thing that surely helped make and grow this difference is the relationship that Dave Mustaine himself has with the audience here.