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Burning Red album for sale by Machine Head was released Aug 10, 1999 on the Roadrunner label. Machine Head's third album finds them sounding a bit looser and less constricted musically than they have in the past, but their aggro-metal with funk overtones is still plenty dense and emotionally claustrophobic. Aided by modern metal producer extraordinaire Ross Robinson (who has also helped Korn and Limp Bizkit get in touch with their inner Lemmy), Machine Head continues to explore themes of alienation, loss, and abuse, but singer/guitarist Robert Flynn is singing a bit more this time out; on "Silver" he almost croons. Burning Red CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. ...See Full Description
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When this album was released in the height of the nu-metal craze, it sounded fresh and invigorating. A new spin on the classic Machine Head sound.
By Trav (Battle Creek, MI)
||Machine Head's Best!!!|
When i listened to 'message in a bottle' the riff just blew my face off - i ran down to the cd store and bought this cd without thinking twice.
By Greg (Sydney)
||THIS ALBUM KRANK'S!!! MACHINEHEAD ROCKS!!!!|
THIS IS ONE KILLER ALBUM FROM MACHINEHEAD EVERY TUNE KRANK'S ROBB FLYNN&CO HAVE CUT ONE KILLER DISC,IF YOUR A HARDCORE MACHINEHEAD FAN THEN THE BURNING RED WILL BE A WELCOME ADDITION TO ANY METAL COLLECTION.
By KORNFREAK2K4 (CINCINNATI,OHIO)
Burning red is not as bad as Supercharger but it's a bit crappy with this awful rap voice. The sound of guitars are a bit soft than the two first releases.
By Morpheusplasma (Brussels, Belgium)
Listening to this CD without hearing there earlier stuff and you might not know it is the same band. I'm not sure why they took such a drastic change into rap/metal sound?.
By Mike (Grand Forks, ND)
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Burning Red songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1019475|
|Release Date||Aug 10, 1999|
|Recording Time||49 minutes|
|Personnel||Adam Duce - bass|
Dave McClain - drums
Robert Flynn - vocals, guitar
Ahrue Luster - guitar