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Release date: 1 November 2011
Style: Thrash metal, Heavy metal

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01. Sudden Death
02. Public Enemy No. 1
03. Whose Life (Is It Anyways?)
04. We The People
05. Guns, Drugs & Money
06. Never Dead
07. New World Order
08. Fast Lane
09. Black Swan
10. Wrecker
11. Millennium Of The Blind
12. Deadly Nightshade
13. 13

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Additional info
Exclusive limited vinyl edition includes Th1rt3en split across two picture-discs, retaining the correct track order. Each disc includes art from the album package as well as an exclusive album poster

Guest review by
AndMetalForAll

Rating:
8.3
2011 set big expectations for Megadeth for that year and for 2012. After huge "Big 4" shows, the return of Dave Ellefson and "the kiss and make up" between Dave Mustaine, Lars Ulrich and James Hetfield, finally two of the pioneers of thrash metal, Megadeth and Metallica are together. Certainly Th1rt3en is a great way to show the good vibes they are transmitting since 2010.

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published 05.02.2012 | Comments (16)

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BitterCOld - 16.01.2012 at 20:01  
Rating: 6
Written by Pedro Pereira on 10.01.2012 at 21:08

Cant believe this album has a 7.8...really? its musically much more interesting then the previous one and it was a 8.2 WTF is wrong with you people...this album is great just needs some 3 or 4 listenings to get into it...cmon


well, in your case it seems almost everything is a 9 or 10. perhaps other people are rating on a more realistic scale?
Kenos - 16.01.2012 at 22:11  
  One of the most soulless albums of the past year. Bored me to tears.
JohnDoe - 16.01.2012 at 22:17  
 
Written by BitterCOld on 16.01.2012 at 20:01

Written by Pedro Pereira on 10.01.2012 at 21:08

Cant believe this album has a 7.8...really? its musically much more interesting then the previous one and it was a 8.2 WTF is wrong with you people...this album is great just needs some 3 or 4 listenings to get into it...cmon


well, in your case it seems almost everything is a 9 or 10. perhaps other people are rating on a more realistic scale?


some people don't understand that 7.8 is a good rating. It's close to 8 which means "very good".
AndreBerte - 17.01.2012 at 13:27  
Rating: 9 It's a great album, one of Megadeth's best. But it isn't perfect, not even close (to overdose! - sorry, couldn't help (but end just hatig you hmm! - again)
Pedro Pereira - 17.01.2012 at 20:33  
Rating: 9
Written by BitterCOld on 16.01.2012 at 20:01

Written by Pedro Pereira on 10.01.2012 at 21:08

Cant believe this album has a 7.8...really? its musically much more interesting then the previous one and it was a 8.2 WTF is wrong with you people...this album is great just needs some 3 or 4 listenings to get into it...cmon


well, in your case it seems almost everything is a 9 or 10. perhaps other people are rating on a more realistic scale?

I just rate what i really like its easy...if i like it all by the same level i put the same number...why do i need to justify my ratings to you?
BitterCOld - 17.01.2012 at 22:00  
Rating: 6
Written by Pedro Pereira on 17.01.2012 at 20:33

I just rate what i really like its easy...if i like it all by the same level i put the same number...why do i need to justify my ratings to you?


because you are calling into question the rating of the album, and thus the ratings of overs. this, in turn, draws attention to how you score albums.

your "9" might simply be "8" to most other users, and somewhere between good and average to folks like me.
Pedro Pereira - 17.01.2012 at 23:57  
Rating: 9
Written by BitterCOld on 17.01.2012 at 22:00

Written by Pedro Pereira on 17.01.2012 at 20:33

I just rate what i really like its easy...if i like it all by the same level i put the same number...why do i need to justify my ratings to you?


because you are calling into question the rating of the album, and thus the ratings of overs. this, in turn, draws attention to how you score albums.

your "9" might simply be "8" to most other users, and somewhere between good and average to folks like me.

why do you consider yourself the reason in all this...are you saying what? that the previous album is better then this one....cmon give me your reasons...i want opinions not some cheat talk about who is the best guy in ratings...the rating system is an opinion i like this one i like that one...i like thirteen more then endgame its more solid work..but i like the two...me ratings aren't so badi think...i rate 10 the ones that keep me playing the whole album for weeks, 9 the ones that i can hear for a week or two in a row,8 the one week. etc etc thats how i do things you r not satisfied whit that your problem
BitterCOld - 18.01.2012 at 00:11  
Rating: 6 You are talking to the wrong guy. i haven't been impressed by a megadeth album since i raced to the store to get Countdown To Extinction... and was as disappointed as i was by the black album. boring and dumbed down.

i've given his releases of the 00's listens through, and while full of solos and whatnot, just seem a pale, boring comparison to what the band used to be. i haven't spun them 3-4 or more times because they don't stir any emotions in me that make me want to listen again and again. and it's not deep/complex stuff that needs a dozen listens to be "unlocked", either.

i have my nice big playlists for genre by year and compared to the other various 2011 thrash releases spotify has on file, it's perhaps the least impressive of the bunch, depending upon what songs comes up and what song off the latest Anthrax has come up most recently. as much as i prefer 80s thrash to current re-hash, the youngsters kicked the tar out of the forefathers this year.

i guess megadave is a lot like star wars... their 80's stuff is like the original flicks, the 90's stuff is like the fancy remakes that dumb down the originals and try to cash in more $$, and the 2000 on releases are like the prequels. lots of flash, but just don't have the grit that the originals did.
Pedro Pereira - 19.01.2012 at 01:05  
Rating: 9
Written by BitterCOld on 18.01.2012 at 00:11

You are talking to the wrong guy. i haven't been impressed by a megadeth album since i raced to the store to get Countdown To Extinction... and was as disappointed as i was by the black album. boring and dumbed down.

i've given his releases of the 00's listens through, and while full of solos and whatnot, just seem a pale, boring comparison to what the band used to be. i haven't spun them 3-4 or more times because they don't stir any emotions in me that make me want to listen again and again. and it's not deep/complex stuff that needs a dozen listens to be "unlocked", either.

i have my nice big playlists for genre by year and compared to the other various 2011 thrash releases spotify has on file, it's perhaps the least impressive of the bunch, depending upon what songs comes up and what song off the latest Anthrax has come up most recently. as much as i prefer 80s thrash to current re-hash, the youngsters kicked the tar out of the forefathers this year.

i guess megadave is a lot like star wars... their 80's stuff is like the original flicks, the 90's stuff is like the fancy remakes that dumb down the originals and try to cash in more $$, and the 2000 on releases are like the prequels. lots of flash, but just don't have the grit that the originals did.

ok i have do agree just because yes the 80s were better...till rust in piece they were really the best, for me. and for the other side Darth Vader is always Darth Vader lol
NLthrasher - 25.01.2012 at 03:03  
 
Written by BitterCOld on 18.01.2012 at 00:11

i guess megadave is a lot like star wars... their 80's stuff is like the original flicks, the 90's stuff is like the fancy remakes that dumb down the originals and try to cash in more $$, and the 2000 on releases are like the prequels. lots of flash, but just don't have the grit that the originals did.

Aj, this is about the worst example to make a point that I have seen on this site so far...
BitterCOld - 25.01.2012 at 05:09  
Rating: 6
Written by NLthrasher on 25.01.2012 at 03:03

Aj, this is about the worst example to make a point that I have seen on this site so far...


you must be new. or (far worse), like the prequels.
NLthrasher - 25.01.2012 at 05:16  
 
Written by BitterCOld on 25.01.2012 at 05:09

Written by NLthrasher on 25.01.2012 at 03:03

Aj, this is about the worst example to make a point that I have seen on this site so far...


you must be new. or (far worse), like the prequels.

So? You make no point here.

And just for the record, yes I'm kind of new here and I like each of the Star Wars movies.
BitterCOld - 25.01.2012 at 05:19  
Rating: 6
Written by NLthrasher on 25.01.2012 at 05:16

And just for the record, yes I'm kind of new here and I like each of the Star Wars movies.


sorry you missed the point on the comparison, the new bit was a joke... however liking the Star Wars prequels, well, there is no help for you. much like anyone who thinks current megadave is as good as 80s megadave.
NLthrasher - 25.01.2012 at 05:30  
 
Written by BitterCOld on 25.01.2012 at 05:19

Written by NLthrasher on 25.01.2012 at 05:16

And just for the record, yes I'm kind of new here and I like each of the Star Wars movies.


sorry you missed the point on the comparison, the new bit was a joke... however liking the Star Wars prequels, well, there is no help for you. much like anyone who thinks current megadave is as good as 80s megadave.

Well I don't like new megadeth is better than the 80's megadeth but that doesn't justify to say people 'suck' for thinking otherwise, same for Star Wars, thats just a matter of opinion. Correct me if I'm wrong...
BoxCar Willy - 04.02.2012 at 16:03  
  I got the joke, and it's actually a very good comparison. The old movies had the storyline and all that jazz, now the new ones just have fancy animation and not a very good storyline. The same could be said for Megadeth, The old albums have the story line, which makes them enjoyable to listen too, and the new ones just have fancy solos, and a bad storyline.
BoxCar Willy - 04.02.2012 at 16:05  
  One more thing, "Whose Life(Is This Anyways)" Sounds like Prong's "Whose Fist(Is This Anyways).
Metalex - 06.02.2012 at 22:24  
  13 for me is a good albulm!
Kinggoop - 25.02.2012 at 00:15  
Rating: 8 Ok im gonna try and be realistic here and give my true feelings of Th1rt3en.

Lyrics: i give them about a 7, its the normal Mustaine style of lyrics which i am drawn. 7.
Guitar: some songs have a melodic feel to them, and some have a straight forward, so i give it about a 7.3 just because they mix it up a little and i like it
Bass: i personaly like Jr. (david Ellefson) bass style. it give a thought out feel to it so i give it a 7.5
Drums: ok personaly i felt the drums were trying too hard, but they still had a kind of good grove to them. so 6.9
Production: over all i liked it, all of the songs i felt were pretty good, except one song " New World Order" i personaly think the guitar dose not even follow the vocals, and well the whole song is just really hard to listen to.

ok in this order is how i like each song. The rating in my oppinion is 1 is the worst, 5 is, its ok not great or bad, 10 its really good.
1. "Sudden Death" : 8
2. "Public Enemy No. 1" : 9
3. "Whose Life (Is It Anyways?)" : 7.5
4. "We the People" : 7
5. "Guns, Drugs, & Money" : 6.5
6. "Never Dead" : 8
7. "New World Order" : 2
8. "Fast Lane" : 6
9. "Black Swan" : 9.5
10. "Wrecker" : 7
11. "Millennium of the Blind" : 8.2
12. "Deadly Nightshade" : 8.5
13. "13" : 9

over all i Really do like this album, and i put my rating of this album as 8. because i believe their are more good songs then bad songs on the album, My personal top five favorite songs on this album are in this order:
1. Black Swan
2. Public Enemy No. 1
3. 13
4. Deadly Nightshade
5. Millennium of the Blind.

I know may of you will not agree with me on this album. but my rating still stand.
RATE: 8
alex t - 06.03.2012 at 04:10  
  Previous album was more thrash metal and very good. This one is more heavy than thrash but still good one. You may agree or not but after all Megadeth still releases better albums than many others in thrash genre and that's the fact.:banger:
alex t - 06.03.2012 at 04:12  
 
Written by alex t on 06.03.2012 at 04:10

Previous album was more thrash metal and very good. This one is more heavy than thrash but still good one. You may agree or not but after all Megadeth still releases better albums than many others in thrash genre and that's the fact.:banger:
8
BlindToNegotiate - 31.03.2012 at 07:24  
Rating: 8 I love megadeth. First metal band I truly got into...this album is a perfect stylistic compilation of their entire discography. For some reason, I prefer the demo version of New World Order to the completed one on this album.
Hermann Langke - 15.05.2012 at 09:56  
Rating: 6 Disgusting.
Illog1cal - 16.05.2012 at 22:35  
  This album was way too simplistic for Megadeth, and the lyrics are really weak.
Neiluria - 31.05.2012 at 22:45  
Rating: 8 A good album, it's not the level of "Rust In Peace" or'' Peace Sells... But Who's Buying?'', But when you listen "Sudden Death", fuck, Mustain is still there!
Time to go berserk
Alex Fenger - 15.07.2012 at 04:42  
Rating: 4 I don't know why i bothered listening to this, every Megadeth album since Countdown (which wasn't anything spectacular) has been extremely average. The amount of creativity going into these releases is astoundingly low...
bblitz - 26.12.2012 at 20:06  
 
Written by Alex Fenger on 15.07.2012 at 04:42

I don't know why i bothered listening to this, every Megadeth album since Countdown (which i do love) has been extremely average. The amount of creativity going into these releases is astoundingly low...

come on man,how can you say this,go listen to borknagar or enslaved riiiiiiriiiiiir,ahhhahhhahhhahhha,or burzum,ahhhahhahahh burzum!!!
bblitz - 26.12.2012 at 20:08  
  Enslaved hahahahahahahahaha riiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiir ahhahhahahahaha
Maco - 28.12.2012 at 01:09  
Rating: 5
Written by bblitz on 26.12.2012 at 20:08

Enslaved hahahahahahahahaha riiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiir ahhahhahahahaha


lol
bblitz - 28.12.2012 at 21:38  
  Just little joke,if guy likes enslaved its ok i didnt mean to offend,but its funny haha?!
Ace Frawley - 02.01.2013 at 21:58  
Rating: 6 I really love the bass drum work on track 9 "Black Swan". Those little gallops by Shawn Drover are sweet.
Angelic Storm - 02.01.2013 at 22:32  
  I've always been very unimpressed with Shawn Drover's drumming in Megadeth. It's workmanlike, and solid. But compared with Nick Menza and Gar Samuelson, I find his drum work to be very dull.
Marcel Hubregtse - 03.01.2013 at 12:49  
Rating: 5
Written by Angelic Storm on 02.01.2013 at 22:32

I've always been very unimpressed with Shawn Drover's drumming in Megadeth. It's workmanlike, and solid. But compared with Nick Menza and Gar Samuelson, I find his drum work to be very dull.



Drover is as dull a drummer as they come. In that respect he is like his brother Glen the guitarist.
Angelic Storm - 03.01.2013 at 13:27  
 
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 03.01.2013 at 12:49
Drover is as dull a drummer as they come. In that respect he is like his brother Glen the guitarist.


Glen Drover is not as dull a guitarist as Shawn is a drummer, but he's not much to write home about either... Compared to Marty Friedman and Chris Poland, he's a bit non-descript really. Al Pitrelli is probably the weakest guitarist Megadeth have ever had though.
Ace Frawley - 05.01.2013 at 12:19  
Rating: 6
Written by Angelic Storm on 02.01.2013 at 22:32

I've always been very unimpressed with Shawn Drover's drumming in Megadeth. It's workmanlike, and solid. But compared with Nick Menza and Gar Samuelson, I find his drum work to be very dull.


Nothing else that Shawn Drover has done has made an impression on me but the sweet bass-drum work on "Black Swan" certainly floated my boat. I thought Nick Menza was brilliant and his time with the band coincided with their premier album releases.
salah mustain - 20.11.2013 at 01:31  
Rating: 8 Public enemy is the best

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