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XIII

Artist: Mushroomhead

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Label: Universal Distribution
Album: XIII
# Song Title   Time
1)    Kill Tomorrow More Info... 3:45
2)    Sun Doesn't Rise More Info... 3:14
3)    Mother Machine Gun More Info... 4:16
4)    Nowhere To Go More Info... 3:42
5)    Becoming Cold (216) More Info... 4:25
6)    One More Day More Info... 3:37
7)    The Dream Is Over More Info... 3:15
8)    The War Inside More Info... 2:59
9)    Almost Gone More Info... 4:01
10)    Eternal More Info... 3:13
11)    Our Own Way More Info... 3:40
12)    Destroy The World Around Me More Info... 8:22
13)    Thirteen More Info... 9:31
 



Performer Notes
  • This is an Enhanced CD, which contains regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.
  • Producers: Steve Felton, Mushroomhead, Johnny K.
  • Personnel: Devon Gorman, Jens Kidman (vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: Matt Wallace .
  • Recording information: Fear & Loathing La Spanga; Filthy Hands Co Studio; Groovemaster Studios, Chicago, IL; Mars Recording Studios.
  • Don't let the makeup and masks fool you; while Mushroomhead appear on the surface much like a band of comic book villains, it's obvious that this Ohio octet are serious about their brand of bleak metal. Their previous release, XX, made a quick jump from the indie realm to a major label, and they secure that status with XIII. "Sun Doesn't Rise," "Kill Tomorrow," and "Eternal" feature Pantera-inspired, stop-on-a-dime riffing while "Mother Machine Gun" seems to borrow some swagger from the Cult.
  • The piano-driven "One More Day" bristles with emotional urgency, while "Nowhere to Go" is reminiscent of ANGEL DUST-era Faith No More. The heavy use of keyboards sets Mushroomhead apart from the nu-metal pack, and the departure from predominantly rappy vocals shows that the band is clearly evolving. The enhanced content on XIII features Internet links to non-album bonus tracks and other exclusive content.

Format:CD (1 Disc); Stereo
Country:USA
Studio/Live: Studio
Release Date:13 October, 2003
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Another Great metal band, Mushroomhead has a few albums out now all very good. rock, rap, metal, thrash, electro, Industrial, all words that describe the genera of their own, similar sounds to slipknot and Marylin Manson, but still their own. I can listen to this album start to finish and never get bored of it. There is a hidden track that may bands have had covers of "crazy". I wont tell you where it is but its awesome! A must for any Mushroomhead fan.
Mike on
 
These guys really are a brutal as band, loaded with heavy tracks and vocal work this is really a great band for those who like the heavier side of bands like slipknot, this album inlcudes sun doesnt rise which was on the freddy vs jason soundtrack, a metal band worth while checking out

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