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Category: Industrial Metal
Label: Warner Bros.
Catalog Number: 9 47948-2
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Wayne Static lead vocals, guitars, keyboards, Programming|
Tripp Eisen guitars, keyboards, Programming
Tony Campos bass, backing vocals
Ken Jay drums
|1. ||Bien Venidos ||0:21|
|2. ||Get To The Gone ||2:49|
|3. ||Permanence ||4:01|
|4. ||Black and White ||3:50|
|5. ||This is Not ||2:57|
|6. ||Otsego Undead ||3:29|
|7. ||Cold ||3:40|
|8. ||Structural Defect ||3:39|
|9. ||...In A Bag ||4:21|
|10. ||Burn To Burn ||4:17|
|11. ||Machine ||3:27|
|12. ||A Dios Alma Perdida ||5:58|
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|Total Running Time:|| 42:49|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: December 5, 2013 at 21:34|
|The band doesn't add much to their techno-robot metal formula, but Machine is a good follow-up to Wisconsin Death Trip. Again, the best tracks are the pounding opening trio (not counting the intro), but Cold has an ominous keyboard melody (a melody!), and ja few other strong tracks dot the second half, before ending with, of all things, a bit of mariachi music. The repetition starts to get tiring, though, and the recipe gets stale, and so Machine didn't hold my interest as long as the first album did. Oh yeah, there's another poop song "Shit In A Bag," supposedly about proper tour-bus protocol for taking a number-two.
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