Machine Head - Supercharger

6.2 | 292 votes |
Release date: 2001
Style: Alternative metal


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01. Declaration
02. Bulldozer
03. White-Knuckle Blackout!
04. Crashing Around You
05. Kick You When You're Down
06. Only The Names
07. All In Your Head
08. American High
09. Brown Acid
10. Nausea
11. Blank Generation
12. Trephination
13. Deafening Silence
14. Supercharger
15. Hole In The Sky [Black Sabbath cover] [digipak bonus]
16. Ten Fold [digipak bonus]
17. The Blood, The Sweat, The Tears [live] [digipak bonus]
18. Desire To Fire [live] [digipak bonus]

Robb Flynn - guitars, vocals
Ahrue Luster - guitars
Dave McClain - drums
Adam Duce - bass, backing vocals

Guest review by
An awful lot of speculation went on about Machine Head, for the last two years. The release of "The Burning Red" came as a complete surprise for the first-hour fans. 'Don't care!' said Robb Flynn, 'we'll come up with the perfect mixture of ourselves'. Is it possible? How can a band mix "Burn My Eyes" with "The Burning Red", without damaging the brilliant reputation of "The More Things Change?"? There's a way.

published 20.09.2003 | Comments (2)

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15.08.2010 - 06:57
Rating: 5
Liver Failure
Well.. I used to enjoy this album... but weirdly not anymore.

Weird because I still dig The Burning Red like always, and it's not so far away from this album musically speaking. I'm just losing my patience with this album pretty quickly with each listen.

If it wasn't for my nostalgic feelings towards ''Deafening Silence'' and ''All In Your Head'' the rate would probably be lower...

member of the true crusade against old school heavy metal, early 80s thrash, NWOBHM, traditional doom, first and second wave black metal, old school death metal, US power metal, 70s prog rock and atmospheric doomsludgestoner. o/
15.08.2010 - 13:20
Rating: 3
I used to like this too. For some reason, it appealed to me. I hate it nowadays.
Licensed under the GPLv3.
Relinquish proprietary software for a greater GNU/America.
02.09.2014 - 03:48
Troy Killjoy
Back-to-back albums with supremely embarrassing music videos - this time the credit goes to "Crashing Around You". Awkward watching a grown man shout about how bad life is like he's 16. Almost as whiny as Linkin Park.
Prettier than BloodTears.
30.07.2016 - 09:22
Rating: 8
Their worst album but still i like it... songs like Crashing around you or Defeaning Silence are great.. Of course i dont dig their stupid attitude at that time...
Υou've sold your human essence to the cold world of dead and empty things... You're SOLD!
08.02.2018 - 00:53
Rating: 8
"Ten Fold" kicks ass !

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