Machine Head - Supercharger album flac
|4||Crashing Around You||3:13|
|5||Kick You When You're Down||4:01|
|6||Only The Names||6:07|
|7||All In Your Head||4:05|
|15||Hole In The Sky|
|17||The Blood, The Sweat, The Tears (live)|
|18||Desire To Fire (live)|
|12 085002||Machine Head||Supercharger (CD, Album)||Roadrunner Records||12 085002||Europe||2001|
|12085005||Machine Head||Supercharger (CD, Album, Ltd)||Roadrunner Records||12085005||Australia||2001|
|12085002-4||Machine Head||Supercharger (Cass)||Roadrunner Records||12085002-4||Malaysia||2001|
|12 08500.4, 12 085004||Machine Head||Supercharger (Cass, Album)||Roadrunner Records, Roadrunner Records||12 08500.4, 12 085004||Thailand||2001|
|RR85002||Machine Head||Supercharger (CD, Album)||Roadrunner Records||RR85002||Canada||2001|
C) 2001 Roadrunner Lyrics: Electricity is pulsing through our veins a charge is racing A chain reaction through the four of us, to you, will make th. .
Features Song Lyrics for Machine Head's Supercharger album.
Supercharger is the fourth album by the heavy metal band Machine Head. The release was ill-timed, and, as a result of little promotion, fell far short of the success of The Burning Red, which has sold about 134,000 copies in the US to date. Supercharger has sold about 45,000 copies in the US to date, making it a commercial failure. It is the band's last release to feature lead guitarist Ahrue Luster.
Machine Head (3) – Supercharger. Label: Roadrunner Records – 12 085005. Hole In The Sky" published by TRO-Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP). Previously appeared on the album Nativity In Black II: A Tribute To Black Sabbath. Ten Fold" taken from the Supercharger recording sessions. The Blood, The Sweat, The Tears" & "Desire To Fire" recorded live at Webster Hall, Hartford, CT, Sept 15, 1999. Previously appeared on the Year Of The Dragon european single.
This album is the second of Machine Head's unfortunate mulligans and it emerged out of the septic swamps of the metal landscape in the early 00's. Supercharger is an unfortunate product of it's time and woefully dated. Supercharger is full of nu metal clichés. I feel bad for Machine Head for heading down this road and eventually having to reclaim their legitimacy after the release of this album. There are some tracks that are worth at least one listen but overall I wouldn’t say this album is a must listen even to die hard fans. Songs to check out: Crashing Around You, Trephination, Supercharger.
With Supercharger, Machine Head had two choices: continue on their nu-metal path and gain more popularity, or revert to the style on their previous albums and risk losing their new fans. Supercharger is an awful album, showing a great band at the very worst. Every speck of brilliance from Burn My Eyes is blown away by a whirlwind of turntables, rapping, appauling lyrics and uninspired instrumentation
Trephination 13. Deafening Silence 14. Supercharger bonus tracks: 15. Hole In The Sky (Black Sabbath Cover) 16. Ten Fold 17.
Classic MACHINE HEAD at its best. 04. Crashing Around You (3:13). Possibly the most "radio-friendly" song on the offer and a likely first single, this one revolves around a simple, straight-forward drum beat and an extremely catchy chorus that is about as close to a "single" cut that MACHINE HEAD are ever likely to write. While not exactly representative of the rest of the album (or MACHINE HEAD, for that matter), it is a strong track that could potentially help expand the group's current fan base, given the right kind of exposure. While not the amazing album that everyone was hoping MACHINE HEAD would deliver at this stage of their career, Supercharger is definitely the most diverse and musically accomplished CD that the band have recorded so far, and it is one that stands a good chance of expanding the group's fan base without offending any of the band's current supporters.
Machine Head finished touring for The Burning Red, and entered a studio with producer Johnny K to record Supercharger. Debuting at number 115 on the Billboard 200, the album was released on October 2, 2001. The album met the same criticism as The Burning Red, especially for the ever-present rapping vocals. Blabbermouth Guitarist Phil Demmel performing with Machine Head in 2009