- Summary: Tool vocalist Maynard James Keenan's side project returns with a second LP on which he's backed by Jeordie "Twiggy Ramirez" White (Marilyn Manson), Billy Howerdel (Tool's guitar tech) and Josh Freese (Guns N' Roses).
- Record Label: Virgin
- Genre(s): Rock
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aggelosgSep 24, 2003beautifully haunting and atmospheric. more radiohead than tool.keenan is the man.
JackiePOct 3, 2003neverless
AndruCJul 7, 2004each of these talented musicians have brought a new perspective to the meaning of emotion for me personally. Such a small price to pay for each of these talented musicians have brought a new perspective to the meaning of emotion for me personally. Such a small price to pay for such a deep atmospheric masterpiece, and for the last time...APC is NOT Maynards SIDE PROJECT, it is a creation which can be credited just as much as prior projects, discluding Tapeworm.… Expand
branklDec 26, 2006Very good album. Almost ties Mer De Noms but still not as good.
EricYSep 23, 2003Another fantastic album. The more I listen to it, the more I love it. How can you not? Maynard rules and so does this album.
RickSOct 16, 2003Well what can i say about Thirteenth Step, well for one, its generally dull, very boring and not at all what i expected.. Although i liked Well what can i say about Thirteenth Step, well for one, its generally dull, very boring and not at all what i expected.. Although i liked the first album(which wasn't that great but still good) I found that a perfect circle is somewhat trying too hard...Alot of the songs on thirteenth step are very weak, some songs come off as if they were trying to make the band a Mainstream TOOL, which for me(yes me) is repetitive and doesn't work.. The band itself is not really finding there style, songs like the outsider, weak and powerless, and gravity seem to have its own sound, but the rest of the album does not have a sense of uniqueness.... I really wanted to like this album(borrowing it from my friend countless times) but in the end i could only listen to prob 2 or 3 songs which i got tired of pretty off quickly, some songs were just too boring and somewhat annoying to listen through...The music doesn?t build like so many tool songs(yes i know there two different bands) and No i'm not tool freak.. While Maynard is very good on the vocal standpoint, the guitar riffs and bass was shallow, i did enjoy the work of the drums though.. Overall its like what Michael said " Between this album and Mer De Noms, you have one great album.. But I think its listen -able AT BEST… Expand
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