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Beautiful Machine (Deluxe Edition)

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Shihad's Changed but for the better.

This album will slowly grow on you, its far from the heavy and somewhat sinister tones that their songs from the year's gone by contained. Songs that stood out for me where Beautiful Machine, Rule the World, Vampire's. This album is an easy listen, and definantly a good buy

Different But Decent

A lot of people are accusing the new shihad album as being overtly "pop" and nothing like their old genre of "nu-metal". While this may be true, after a few listens i think this album is pretty decent. Stand out sogs for me would be *Rule the World, *Hard to Please, *Beautiful Machine, and *Bible And the Gun

Great, just great

Shihad moved away from their darker, heavier music and for the better. After a few plays, each track grows on you. Easy to listen to and catchy as hell. Favourites are Chameleon, Beautiful Machine, and One Will Rule The Other. New album is out, but Beautiful Machine remains the fav =]

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

The origins of the New Zealand-based speed metal band Shihad date back to 1985, when guitarist Jon Toogood and drummer Tom Larkin formed their first group, Exit, while attending high school in the Wellington area. Various other aspiring musicians came and went, but by the middle of 1988, with the addition of guitarist Phil Knight and bassist Geoff Duncan and a change to the name Shihad, the group was ready to begin playing live. (According to legend, while covering the Sex Pistols' "Anarchy in the...
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