13 Unlucky Numbers

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13 Unlucky Numbers
Studio album by Wax
Released February 28, 1995
Recorded Summer 1993,
Fort Apache,
Boston, MA, USA
Genre Pop punk, punk rock,
alternative rock
Length 23:45
Label Interscope/Atlantic (CD/Cassette)
Shattered Records (Vinyl)
Producer Paul Q. Kolderie, Sean Slade
Wax chronology
What Else Can We Do?
(1992)
13 Unlucky Numbers
(1995)
Hangin' On
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

13 Unlucky Numbers is the second album by Wax, and also marks their major label debut. The recording sessions took place during the summer of 1993 at Fort Apache Studios and were produced by Paul Q. Kolderie and Sean Slade. The album spawned the singles "California" and "Who is Next", both with music videos directed by Spike Jonze, who is also credited for the albums photography.

Although the album lists 13 tracks, it only includes 10 songs, as the last three tracks are silent. The LP version released on independent label Shattered Records includes "Hangin' On" as a bonus track, as well as being pressed on colored vinyl.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Wax, except where noted. 

No. Title Length
1. "Who is Next"   2:12
2. "In Spite of Me"   2:08
3. "Torn in Two"   3:30
4. "Stop Sign"   2:05
5. "California"   2:15
6. "Just a Visitor"   2:17
7. "Jiffy Boy"   1:48
8. "Settle Down"   3:05
9. "Too Well"   2:04
10. "Knot" (Loomis Fall) 1:54
11. "Thirteen"   0:06
12. "Unlucky"   0:06
13. "Numbers"   0:06

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