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Album: Th1rt3en *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Sudden Death
2)    Public Enemy No. 1
3)    Whose Life (Is It Anyways?)
4)    We the People
5)    Guns, Drugs, & Money
6)    Never Dead
7)    New World Order
8)    Fast Lane
9)    Black Swan
10)    Wrecker
11)    Millennium of the Blind
12)    Deadly Nightshade
13)    13
 

Album: Th1rt3en *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Sudden Death
2)    Public Enemy No. 1
3)    Whose Life (Is It Anyways?)
4)    We the People
5)    Guns, Drugs, & Money
6)    Never Dead
7)    New World Order
8)    Fast Lane
9)    Black Swan
10)    Wrecker
11)    Millennium of the Blind
12)    Deadly Nightshade
13)    13
 
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  • Personnel: Dave Mustaine (vocals, acoustic guitar); Chris Broderick (acoustic guitar, background vocals); Shawn Drover (drums, percussion, background vocals); Chris Rodriguez, David Ellefson (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: Johnny K.
  • Recording information: Mustaine Music Studios, San Marcos, CA.
  • Megadeth's 13th studio album, and first since 2001's The World Needs a Hero to utilize the talents of bassist/founding member Dave Ellefson, was produced by Johnny K (Staind, Disturbed) and features a combination of newly composed tracks, along with older cuts written years ago but never put to tape. Darker, heavier, and more immediate than 2009's Endgame, Dave Mustaine's snarling vocals ride higher in the mix this time around, but fans need not fear, as his fleet fingers are still possessed with the power to conjure the dead. Much of the aptly named Th1rt3en feels vintage, from the familiar political themes on "We the People" and the tightly wound, Dio-esque riffing on "Public Enemy No. 1" to the soft, melodramatic military snare intro of "Never Dead," which eventually explodes into a wicked blast of retro-thrash that feels positively invigorating, not redundant. Elsewhere, the melodic slow-burn "Millennium of the Blind" fuses Ten Years After's "I'd Love to Change the World" and Metallica's "Fade to Black" into an anti-corporation/war rant that calls out the "millennials" on their submissiveness, the snaky "Black Swan" casts long shadows that mimic "Symphony of Destruction," and first single "Sudden Death" stands defiant before the skeptics who thought that Mustaine's newfound faith would render him bereft of the old ultraviolence. ~ James Christopher Monger
Professional Reviews
Spin (p.73) - "Mustaine's fevered tirades bemoaning the state of the world feel utterly apt..."
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