Thirty Seconds To Mars* – A Beautiful Lie
All Media, Limited Edition, Reissue
Mixed By – Tom Lord-AlgeMixed By [Assistant] – Femio HernandezSynthesizer [Additional] – Oliver Goldstein
|CD.II||A Beautiful Lie||4:05|
Piano – Matt Serletic
|CD.IV||Was It A Dream?||4:16|
Synthesizer [Additional] – Oliver Goldstein
Synthesizer [Additional] – Oliver Goldstein
A Modern Myth
Arranged By [Strings] – Wataru HokoyamaCello – Vanessa Freebairn-SmithOther [String Contractor], Double Bass – Steve DressViola – Miguel Atwood-FergusonViolin – Caroline Campbell, Neel Hammond
|CD.Xb||Praying For A Riot||1:46|
Battle Of One
Engineer, Mixed By, Producer – Brian Virtue
Engineer, Mixed By, Producer – Brian VirtueProgrammed By [Strings] – Jeremy RubolinoWritten-By – Björk
The Kill (Rebirth)
Mixed By – Chris Lord-Alge
|DVD.I||The Kill (Video)|
|DVD.II||The Making Of The Kill|
|DVD.III||The International Music Feed Interview|
|DVD.IV||ATTACK (MTV2 Greatest Moments 2006)|
|DVD.V||The Kill (MTV2 Greatest Moments 2006)|
|DVD.VI||The Fantasy (Fan-Generated Take) (MTV2 Greatest Moments 2006)|
|DVD.VII||T-Minus Rock Interview (MTV2 Greatest Moments 2006)|
|DVD.VIII||Red Carpet Arrival (MTV Video Music Awards 2006)|
|DVD.IX||MTV2 Award Acceptance Speech|
|DVD.X||MTV2 $2Bill Internet Promo|
|DVD.XI||MTV2 $2Bill Pre-Sale Tour Promo|
|DVD.XII||MTV2 $2Bill Ticket Sale Tour Promo|
Recorded at Pulse Recording, Los Angeles, The Laboratory, Los Angeles, The Center For Advancement of the Arts and Sciences of Sound, Alaska, Lionshead Studios, South Africa, Circle in the Square Studios, New York City.
Mixed at Pulse Recordings.
'Attack' mixed at South Beach Studios, Miami.
'Battle of One' and 'Hunter' engineered and mixed at CRC Studios, Chicago.
'A Modern Myth' ends at 2:57, followed by 9:31 of silence before 'Praying For A Riot' begins. This was the original ending of the album before the bonus tracks were added.
'The Kill (Rebirth)' mixed at Resonate Music, Burbank, CA.
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