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Shadow Zone album for sale by Static-X was released Oct 07, 2003 on the Warner Bros. label. This release includes a bonus DVD featuring behind-the-scenes footage and a live performance filmed at the House Of Blues in Las Vegas, Nevada. Despite changing personnel for the second consecutive album, Static-X has successfully continued down the path of hard-charging industrial rock on their third album, SHADOW ZONE. In an odd move, drummer Nick Oshiro is named in the liner notes as the departed Ken Jay's replacement despite the fact that A Perfect Circle's Josh Freese was responsible for all the drumming on this outing. Shadow Zone CD music contains a single disc with 13 songs. ...See Full Description
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||THEIR BEST EVER!|
Im one of those sad ones who bought the cd without DVD so theres no reason for me to put 18$ on their DVD.. but this album is the best they have ever done! the sound is great! Lyrics Are Great! they still have that guy with Dreads! And its harder to play guitar to! theres so much feeling in "INVINSIBLE" "THE ONLY" and "SO" this is a must have! i wasent listening to rock before i bought this after this i spended a whole year collecting there albums! but then they did cannibal.. they try to go back to wisconsin even though they can do sucha great album like this! if you're no a "New-Metal" fan neither a rockfan this will make you one! Its worth its price!
By B'wayne (Somewhere*.*)
||This is an album at a crossroads|
This boils down, really is Korn the culprit behind the nu metal genre? This album has me wonderin about that question, vocally. It's not a total failure like their follow-up wounds up to be. It just has me wonderin why I stopped making Static and the gang rich after the first two records came out burnin the charts. This was the peak of their momentum. Period. Nuff said!
By orangegreendesolate (Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA)
||Alright... I've heard better|
I like this cd but it's not great it's alright and I would not go as far to call Wayne Static a musical genious (Trent Reznor beats him with a lead bat) I like All in Wait So Invicible The Only and Destroy all. Transmission is an absultly pointless instrumtental which could have been alot better then it already is. I will give this a 3.5. Buy a children of Bodom album alot better there are actually more then one guitar solo
By Metalfreak (C,b,m)
Every fan of heavier music should own some Static X. Wayne Static is an unknown musical genious, who keeps maturing and progressing with each album. Everyone rants about Trent Rezner being a musical genious (who I think is way over rated) and Wayne Static is going to basically slip though the cracks and not be as appreciated. It is a shame.
By Russ (Newmarket, Ont. Can.)
||BEST OF STATIC-X!!!!|
i dont know how this album only has 2 stars, this is by far the greatest static-x cd ever! this cd has been in my cd player for like a year!
By twbobman (Superior, WI, USA)
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Shadow Zone songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6324897|
|Release Date||Oct 07, 2003|