Thirteenth Step reviews— 16 total
16 user reviews of Thirteenth Step by A Perfect Circle
I love the heavy distorted guitar riffs on this album and they heavy bass tones.
They have unusual style. Anything out of the ordinary is fine with me though.
It owns your favorite Slipknot album. And it will continue to be the most unique cd I know until Tool comes out with a new one.
There's something truly beautiful about how Tool and A Perfect Circle play their music.
In my opinion this cd is better than the previous "Mer De Noms" because every track could be a single...
It blends very many different genres into one amazing album.
I love the vocals, and the range of music, which in themselves make this a must buy form my point...
The nurse who loved me is new twist on an old song, I like it...Maynard really shines on this song.
The fret work is estranged but beautiful. Its very innovative, nothing that can be copied.
If you haven't figured out that I absolutley love this CD then you haven't been paying attention.
There is no 'Judith' there is no '3 Libras.' This is a sit and listen cd.
My only complaint is the lack of evolution in the sound.
Once again, if you do not want to take the time to really enjoy and actually "Listen" to music, then...
Thirteenth Step shows a large musical evolution that took place between two albums.
Compared to "Mer de Noms", "Thirteenth Step" is a slight degression overall.
It's not just the first is good, the second just doesn't deliver the goods.