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  1. Vulabar
    Nov 01,  · TH1RT3EN has several levels of meaning, which Dave Mustaine, who first picked up an axe at the age of 13, reveals, saying, "I was born on September 13th; this is my thirteenth record. It just seemed like it was the right thing to do to call it TH1RT3EN. Mustaine is incredibly proud of the music put forth on the new recording, "This record is the culmination of my work over the 13 records I.
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  2. Malanris
    Although the song was not recorded as an album track, it was included as the opening number on the band's album, TH1RT3EN. This was the first song Megadeth recorded with original bassist Dave Ellefson after he was replaced by James LoMenzo in early
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  3. Mazujind
    Megadeth Th1rt3en - 96 kHz / bit AIFF, FLAC high resolution audio formats Number of Tracks: 13 Official Dynamic Range Value: DR11 A down converted burn CD-R sounds a little better than the official release CD. Tested on a SONY Discman D-ECK using Red SONY MDRZX headphones.
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  4. Mijas
    Nov 01,  · Following their acclaimed album, Endgame, Megadeth’s TH1RT3EN was a well-earned victory lap that maintained the classic thrash sound of their earlier albums while incorporating the powerful bass stylings of the great David Ellefson, who hadn’t played with the band since The drama of tracks like “Sudden Death” and “Never Dead” find Megadeth at their most gripping and .
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  5. Tazshura
    Oct 26,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Th1rt3en on Discogs/5(16).
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  6. Goltijinn
    Nov 01,  · Editors’ Notes Following their acclaimed album, Endgame, Megadeth’s TH1RT3EN was a well-earned victory lap that maintained the classic thrash sound of their earlier albums while incorporating the powerful bass stylings of the great David Ellefson, who hadn’t played with the band since The drama of tracks like “Sudden Death” and “Never Dead” find Megadeth at their most .
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  7. Brabar
    Basically, I like to think of Th1rt3en as all of the scraps that were leftover from United Abominations and Endgame thrown together as a big mess of a record, like a hot dog made out of pig scraps. Except even that comparison is a stretch, because I loved hot dogs back when I still ate meat. This album, however, I see as Megadeth's second worst effort behind The World Needs A Hero.
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  8. Vozil
    Megadeth's 13th studio album, and first since ’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 arcabrolacongtepiramortcuvespwall.co, heavier, and more immediate than 's Endgame, Dave Mustaine's snarling vocals .
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