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Static-X Audio CD
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (149 customer reviews)
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1. Bien Venidos
2. Get To The Gone
3. Permanence
4. Black And White
5. This Is Not
6. Otsego Undead
7. Cold
8. Structural Defect
9. ...In A Bag
10. Burn To Burn
11. Machine
12. A Dios Alma Perdida

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The aptly titled sophomore outing, Machine, is the worthy, if expected, follow-up to Static-X's debut, Wisconsin Death Trip. The intense, mechanised, futuristic metal found here comes across as a thrash version of Orgy, with a dollop of Ministry and a dash of Powerman 500 tossed in for extra punch. The intense, short bursts that are "Get to the Gone" and "This Is Not" are forceful and demanding, thanks to Static's growl-scream and the rhythmic power of the music. The spooky "Cold" and epic album closer, "A Dios Alma Perdida", would be suitable for a horror-movie soundtrack, while "Otsego Undead" kicks off with a welcome organic drum sound, though the song never really goes anywhere--a problem that resurfaces throughout Machine. Indeed, the album's revved-up vibe, monster riffs and irresistible energy are all ultimately held down by a dearth of memorable songs. --Katherine Turman

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STATIC-X Machine (2001 German-pressed 12-track CD featuring the second long player from the US industrial outfit. Includes the singles Black And White This Is Not and Cold complete with picture sleeve booklet)

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5.0 out of 5 stars what are people talking about June 30 2004
Format:Audio CD
this Cd is freakin awsome and their are no reasons why some of these people bash Machine, one guy compared it to linkin park, linkin park is NOT METAL, Static X is. It deserves all 5 stars.
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5.0 out of 5 stars a must own for static fans June 29 2004
By peter
Format:Audio CD
bein veidos- 10/10 thats a funny intro
get to the gone- 10/10 god this song is fast but its awsome
Permanence- 10/10 a good song slower than get to the gone
black and white- 10/10 the best hit of the cd
this is not- 7/10 boring song
otsego undead 10/10 one of the best songs ever
cold 9/10 a great song
Structural Defect-10/10 sounds like zombie
... in a bag 8/10 a good song
Burn To Burn 9/10 a good song but the best is next
MACHINE 10000000000/10 this is the best static x song and maybe the best song ever!
A Dios Alma Perdida 9/10 a good ending
over all this maybe my best jam cd i own
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5.0 out of 5 stars ... March 22 2004
By Laura
Format:Audio CD
When someone tells me there is a better song than 'Cold', this album remains one of the best.
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5.0 out of 5 stars NOT AS HEAVY BUT STILL GREAT Feb. 26 2004
Format:Audio CD
The follow up to Wisconsin Death Trip and the first cd of theirs i listened to...ITS AWESOME. The track gets your ear drawn from the hilarious 30 second + polka interluede then keeps it as soon as it hits track two: Get To The Gone, one of the heaviest and fast paced songs i have ever heard. Then goes to Permanence and so on. Now, in contrast to W.D.T. a lot of the songs are slower, but thats how you can tell they've matured. An awesome album and you'll love it as soon as you hear it and you definitley are not a true Static-X fan until you hear this awesome album. I can't express my unconditional love i have for this truly awesome album. You must buy this cd if you don't already have it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Nice Follow Up Feb. 15 2004
By Alex
Format:Audio CD
This cd is great and it is very explosive with an in your face sound that blows you away!!! The guitars are great as well as the drums just not as heavy as WDT! Prolly my second favorite oout of the three shadow zone is very good too just different!! Go and buy this cd if your a true static fan!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars MACHINE!! Jan. 18 2004
Format:Audio CD
I remember when Machine hit stores. I went and got my copy as soon as possible. I've loved Static-X for a long time and couldn't wait to get their new cd "Machine". I new I had to go out and buy it especially after hearing the songs "This is not" and "Black and white". Static-X has seemed to mature a bit. They are still keeping it cranked with rough, hard techno-metal and spectacular vocals. Another great song is "get to the gone" because it shows Static-X's strong, dark and extremely heavy side. Machine is a must have.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Machine with Defects Dec 24 2003
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
I thought this album was very disappointing, (because I think their debut album Wisconsin Death Trip kicks so much ass) but this album is great for die-hard fans of Static-X, it took me several tries to listen to the other songs, but I found myself skipping most of the songs and going right to the singles. I decided to write this review while listening to the entire album, I thought it was pretty damn good after listening to it all the way (but not too good).
1.Bien Venidos: Starts off with clapping and cheering of people while a band in the background starts playing some Spanish traditional music, making it seem like a concert. I think it's meant to be humorous and it's too short to give a score to.
2.Get to the Gone: A great song probably the best out of all the songs. It starts off with Wayne screaming his lungs out while the guitars shred insane riffs and the drums sound unstoppable, like a motor, and the rest of the song is just moshable, a great song. 10/10
3.Permanence:Pretty decent song, better than some of the singles it's well good-8/10
4.Black and White: Pretty good single, not too impressed because the riff sounded too much like Korn's "Need To" off their S/T-7/10
5.This is Not:The first single off Machine, it has that familiar Static-Xish feeling and a great anger song.-9/10
6.Ostego Undead-It was ehhh, had too many techno/industrial elements for my liking, others might like this-4/10
7.Cold-A really great song, on my list it's second best (right after Get to the Gone). I'm so glad that this was a single. -10/10
8.Structural Defect-A pretty good song after the intro, good song to headbang to.-6/10
9....In A Bag-Not a bad song, not a great song, just mediocre.-5/10
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Format:Audio CD
Out of the 3 you have to pick your most and least favorite. This is my least favorite, but that doesn't mean it sucks, this album is great. Cold is one of the best songs i've ever heard. Get To The Gone is the best speedcore songs of all time. The other songs on here that make this CD so great is Black and White, Permanence, This Is Not, and Structural Defect. This album is worth buying, so buy it.
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