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Machine Head

The Burning Red

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Category: Speed/Thrash

Year: 1999

Label: Roadrunner Records

Catalog Number: RRD 8651

Average Rating: 84 / 100 (1 rating)

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Machine Head The Burning Red Album Cover

Personnel
Robb Flynn lead vocals, guitar
Ahrue Luster guitar
Adam Duce bass
Dave Mcclain drums
Tracks
1.  Enter the Phoenix  0:53
2.  Desire to Fire  4:48
3.  Nothing Left  4:05
4.  The Blood, The Sweat, The Tears  4:11
5.  Silver  3:52
6.  From This Day  3:56
7.  Exhale the Vile  4:57
8.  Message in a Bottle  3:32  Cover: The Police
9.  Devil with the King's Card  4:05
10.  I Defy  3:41
11.  Five  5:18
12.  The Burning Red  6:44
  
Total Running Time:  50:02

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Existing comments about this CD

From: tim Date: June 14, 2001 at 5:02
pretty good album.not bad at all

From: ???????? Date: September 4, 2002 at 0:56
Sell out peice of shit album.

From: Date: September 16, 2002 at 15:38
sellout indeed, overall crappy songs with no content whatsoever. Forget machine head

From: Stomphead Date: November 13, 2002 at 2:07
A simply amazing record, folks. Just because this genius band chooses to change their style with each release, does not mean they are not putting out tremendous music. Give it a few more listens (i.e. "Exhale The Vile", "Five", "Nothing Left") and I know it'll grow on ya in a great way.

From: Steve Date: September 2, 2004 at 10:33
I like The Blood The Sweat The Tears alot. ALOT!!!

From: ERIK Date: October 18, 2004 at 20:49
Robb Flynn is clearly influenced by Jonathan Davis on this record actually.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: March 26, 2021 at 13:25
Most people hate this record, as Machine Head makes a play for the mainstream, cutting out almost all of the thrash elements from their sound, replacing them with bouncy nu-metal rhythms, a lot of shouted rap vocals, and a lot of dumbed-down guitar-playing that, like Korn, is more interested in "sounds" than in riffs. This was actually my first exposure to the band, with "From This Day" getting some light, late-night airplay around the time of release that summer. I'd heard their name, and knew lots of people were into them, but just from that song, I didn't see why. "The Blood, The Sweat, The Tears" is the only song from this album they still play live, and it's probably great in the pit, but I doubt if most MH fans would miss it if they were to drop it from the setlist. "Silver" is a cool slow one as well, pretty underrated. But most of the rest just feels like a watered-down version of Machine Head. In hindsight, it's not as terrible as some would make out. I think the album's statu

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: March 26, 2021 at 13:28
... stature has grown a bit over the years, as the initial dismay has worn off and people begin to look back more fondly on 1999. Oh yeah, then there's the Police cover—unsalvageable.


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