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Thirty Seconds To Mars brings you their third album, This Is War produced by Flood (U2, Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails and Smashing Pumpkins)Steve Lillywhite (The Rolling Stones, U2) and Thirty Seconds To Mars, a follow-up to the bands' hit album, A Beautiful Lie. This Is War features the hit single, Kings and Queens.
Record label: VIRGIN RECORDS US
Musical Artist: Thirty Seconds to Mars
Software Format: CD
Street Date: December 8, 2009
Item Number (DPCI): 012-06-0892
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Most recent reviews
i recently purchased a thirty seconds to mars cd, i've been waiting for this cd for so long and receiving it made me extremely happy. this cd is amazing, and normally i regret buying things but this was something i could listen to over and over again. i purchased this item for a great price which sh...see moreof the reviewer's review
Not a good album
2 out of 5 stars
Rocker7667 — 8 years ago
Sorry, 30StM. I still love "The Kill" and "From yesterday." But that's about it. The album's only shining moments are the title track and the Kanye collaboration "Hurricane." The single "Kings and Queens" is pretty good. But it just isn't anywhere near as good as Beautiful Lie
Massive and a solid sound
4 out of 5 stars
Leavchip — 8 years ago
This album is a bridge between 30 Seconds to Mars first 2 albums. It has a massive sound with all the vocals, synths and unpresidented uniqueness on each song. The song L490 just takes you by surprise. A couple of the songs have you dancing to them and for this band that is truely different. I was n...see moreof the reviewer's review
5 out of 5 stars
Jharris — 8 years ago
This Is War is an amazing album. Since I bought it I have listened to it almost nonstop. There is always something new to be found on it. I feel that it really shows off the bands best points; their artistic ideas and vision as well as their musical talents. This is certainly an album worth buying!
5 out of 5 stars
Anita P — 8 years ago
I've been a fan of 30 Seconds to Mars for a long time and was so excited when I heard this album. It's very Depeche Mode, U2, Nine Inch Nails and The Cure inspired. It pays homage to those bands but they definitely add their own style with the amazing drumming, loud but sometimes soft vocals and the...see moreof the reviewer's review