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Album Review

On Machine, a mile-a-minute thrashfest, Static X frontman Wayne Static merely howls, growls, crashes, and burns on his band's second album. The differences among "Black and White," "This Is Not," and "Cold" are barely distinguishable, and the overload of electronic gadgetry and kerosene vocals hardly disguises the lack of actual songs here. This is metal machine music for post-modern robots.

Customer Reviews

Really iTunes?

Why are several album reviews for Static X so clearly biased and hateful? "Lack of actual songs," really? Static X has a unique sound that thousands of people appreciate. Cold is one of favorite songs. So, stop writing disparaging reviews please; iTunes should remain impartial and informational.

better than advertised

The other posters don't seem to like this album, but it is my favorite, especially the title track. This is the album that introduced me to Static-X and then kept me interested!

One of my fav Static-X cds

I have been listening to Static-X since highschool and i have followed them and their cds ever since. Machine will always be my fav of all their cds...It just has everything going for it. I remember seeing them tour with that cd and it was one of the best shows.


Formed: 1994 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Static-X's roots trace to the Midwest, where vocalist/guitarist Wayne Static grew up in Michigan and drummer Ken Jay in Illinois. They ended up in Chicago separately and met at the record store where Jay worked, introduced to one another by Smashing Pumpkins vocalist Billy Corgan. Static and Jay decided to head west to California and start up a new band. Shortly after their arrival, Osaka native Koichi Fukada responded to the duo's ad and became their new guitarist, as well as programmer. Bassist...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Alternative, Hard Rock, Metal
  • Released: May 22, 2001

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