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  • CD (21 juin 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : CD+DVD
  • Label: Warner Bros
  • ASIN : B0009F43SQ
  • Autres versions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 4 commentaires client
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. The enemy
  2. I m the one
  3. Start a war
  4. Pieces
  5. Dirthouse
  6. Skinnyman
  7. Just in case
  8. Set it off
  9. I want to f****** break it
  10. Night terrors
  11. Otsego amigo
  12. My damnation
  13. Brainfog

Disque : 2

  1. The enemy 5 1 mix DVD
  2. I m the one 5 1 mix DVD
  3. Start a war 5 1 mix DVD
  4. Pieces 5 1 mix DVD
  5. Dirthouse 5 1 mix DVD
  6. Skinnyman 5 1 mix DVD
  7. Just in case 5 1 mix DVD
  8. Set it off 5 1 mix DVD
  9. I want to f****** break it 5 1 mix DVD
  10. Night terrors 5 1 mix DVD
  11. Otsego amigo 5 1 mix DVD
  12. My damnation 5 1 mix DVD
  13. Brainfog 5 1 mix DVD
  14. Studio stupidity documentary video footage
  15. Otsego amigo live DVD
  16. Photoshoots album art documentary video footage
  17. The enemy live video rehearsal
  18. Start a war live video rehearsal
  19. I m the one live video rehearsal
  20. Dirthouse live video rehearsal
  21. Permanence live video tour
  22. The trance is the motion live video tour
  23. Monster live video tour

Descriptions du produit

"Edición Especial CD + DVD ""X-rated"" (Clasificado X) de casi 110 minutos de duración.

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Pour commencer ce commentaire, je n'ai qu'un seul mot à dire: Splendide!!!
Wayne(le chanteur de Static-X) nous l'avait promis et il nous l'a fait, un magnifique quatrième opus qui en quelque sorte revient à la bonne époque puissante de Wisconsin Death Trip tout en gardant les magnifiques mélodies et toute la technique électro de Shadow Zone.
C'est sans doute le meilleur album et l'aboutissement des trois précédents albums qui, à leur manière, exploraient chacun un style bien précis. Même si on regrette un peu un manque de "Machine" (second opus) dans cet album, on en reste pas moins accroché et étonné du début jusqu'à la fin de l'album.
On retrouve toujours la grande puissance de Static dans des morceaux tels que "Start A War", "Enemy" ou encore "Set It Off".
On peut également retenir le magnifique single "I'm the One" qui est certainement l'un des meilleurs titres de l'album mélangeant de l'ancien tel que "Push It" avec du tout neuf tel que "The Only".
Et bien sur on devient accro de cet album en entendant de superbes mélodies "Shadow Zonesque" telles que dans "My Damnation", "Skinny Man" ou encore "Just In Case", perle technique qui marque une évolution dans le style de Static.
On reste également bouche bée sur un morceau tel que "Pieces" qui nous offre un magnifique solo tel que l'on en a jamais vu!!!
Bon enfin tout ca pour dire que cet album en vaut vraiment le coup, que l'on soit connaisseur ou pas de Static-X.
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Apres 3 albums, ils sortent le 4eme (logique).

Celui ci est excellent, mais pour moi le meilleur reste Shadow zone (et la chanson Otsegolectric).

Petit détail interessant: avez vous remarqué que dans tous leurs albums il y a une chanson dont le titre commence par "Otsego"?
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J'ai écouté Static-X sur [...] et j'ai fini par acheter l'intégralité des albums. Un indispensable de la musicotheque d'un fan du métal industriel.ind
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Quatrième album pour le groupe du leader Wayne Static, qui continue son expérimentation du metal assez unique. Dans la lignée du précédent album, Static X n'atteint pas les sommets du premier et culte Wisconsin Death Trip, l'effet de surprise en moins. Mais pas seulement car la musique est devenue plus mélodique, la voix claire est bien plus présente et le côté "indus"/répétitif a un peu disparu. Start A War est un bon album, qui s'il ne restera pas dans la légende du metal, reste agréable à écouter.
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HASH(0x9a6be108) étoiles sur 5 Catchiest album of the year thus far 18 juin 2005
Par A. Stutheit - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Static-X have based a career around routine. They have habitually released a new studio album every two years, each album has a song with the word "otsego" in its title, and, in between new C.D.'s, one band member drops from the lineup. Also, anyone who has listened to all of their albums knows that Static-X have made each album sound different than the last.
1999's "Wisconsin Death Trip" was a very good industrial metal album and a great debut, but 2001's "Machine" was (considered by most to be) a sophomore slump. "Machine" was just a full on metal assault, but 2003's "Shadow Zone," which recaptured the industrial-metal edges, was maybe Static's best work to date.

Static-X have one last tradition: being underrated. "Wisconsin Death Trip" went platinum, but that was mostly thanks to the hit single "Push It." Albums number two and three have been vastly overlooked. Part of their problem is that Static-X formed around the same time as most nu-metal bands, and, even though their music is like Pantera meets Ministry, it usually ends up sounding along the lines of White Zombie (another "nu-metal" band). Thus, they are lumped in with a lot of radio-friendly and unoriginal "metal" groups. But Static-X ain't Crazy Town. Their past three releases were all solid industrial metal albums which were heavy, consistent, and quite innovative.

Now we have "Start a War," a release that I had high expectations for. This was supposed to be an album that gets back to the roots of their debut, and former guitarist Koichi Fukuda (who worked with the band on "WDT") rejoined Static for this album, so it wouldn't be a complete shock to me if Static-X sounded like they did back in 1999. But, even still, I was excited to hear "Start a War," and expected it to carry on the "new sound" tradition. Did it?

"Enemy" has a fast skipping intro with trippy, bobbing guitars and drums. Some keyboards are included, giving this song a spacey vibe (which is creepy at times), and Wayne goes from whispering to laying down a couple of "Machine"-esque yells, to staccato vocals.
"Start a War" has beeping synthesizers in the verses. The guitars and vocals explode in the choruses, though.
"Pieces" has stop-start, staccato riffing and vocals, plus a mini guitar solo.
"Dirthouse" begins and ends with a almost a machine gun snare drum attack. The middle has soft, chugging guitar riffs with some synths.
"Skinnyman" has a lurching groove with chugging, industrial-tinged guitars.
"Just in Case" sort of echoes "So" from the last Static-X album. It begins with a booming, pounding rhythm, but then it turns to non-dominating guitars, synths, and vocals which switch from whispering to fairly clean and proper crooning.
"Brainfog" is maybe the weirdest song ever written by this band. The first two and a half minutes is sheer techno, followed by five minutes of silence. This is then followed by a capella vocals, which echo track 11 "Otsego Amigo." The vocals begin with a loud demonic voice, then Wayne rages out of control, then there is a bit of whispering, and finally, a man who speaks in Spanish.

But, even with the above heavy moments, "Start a War" probably has the most electronica out of all five of Static-X's releases. Plus, Wayne croons and whispers about as much as he yells. As aforementioned, Static-X has always been a solid industrial metal band, but here they are a bit more melodic; like industrial-techno-metal.

Now, I hope I haven't given you the wrong impression; Static-X didn't substitute any riffs in favor of synths. "Start A War" is still plenty heavy and VERY catchy (maybe the catchiest album of the year). It has more riffs than most industrial bands would ever dream of, and the first four tracks have a break neck speed, but the C.D.'s pace slows down as it progresses. (In addition to the aforementioned songs, "I Want to F-ing Break It" and "I'm the One" are two of the most exciting songs on here. "I Want to F-ing Break It" has a surging guitar attack and raging vocals, and "I'm the One" is probably the catchiest and most addictive track of the bunch.)

So, to answer my own question: yes, this album does have a new sound. Wayne and Company made this new sound by combining the metallic moments from their previous albums and adding more electronics. This C.D. does not go back to Static-X's roots and it does not sound very much like "Wisconsin Death Trip" (which is what was intended). Instead, "Start a War" is like "Shadow Zone" meets Nine Inch Nails. It's not watered down sound, it's more like Static-X with a new wave vibe.

"Start a War" probably won't change the minds of non-fans, but it's still a good album. You might be like me, kind of lukewarm on it at first, but this disc does grow on you. Plus, there should be some songs (i.e. the first four tracks) that you will like from the very beginning.

Even though I don't consider Static-X a nu-metal band, their C.D.'s are essential for nu-metal fanatics (as well as fans of industrial metal). Also, if you're a fan of Static-X's last three albums and are hungry for more, this album will satisfy your cravings. Finally, if you're new to this band, I'm not sure whether you should start here or not. I still think "Shadow Zone" is Static-X's finest hour, but "Start a War" IS a good representation of them. So, I do, generally, recommend this C.D. to all fans.

In conclusion, whether you like this album's new wave sound or not, please realize that every band needs to evolve, and the best bands never make the same album twice. Constantly changing your sound is not an easy task, so you've at least got to give these guys props for that.
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HASH(0x9a6be15c) étoiles sur 5 A Glorious Return To Form 22 juin 2005
Par Andy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
After some rather unneeded drama, one of the coolest bands to emerge from the nu-metal scene, Static-X, have returned with their fourth studio album, "Start A War." Despite the album title, and a few of the song titles, there is no political agenda being pushed by the band, "war" is used as a metaphor. To create this album, Static-X not only re-united with producer Ulrich Wild (Taproot, Powerman 5000), but also with original guitarist Koichi Fukuda, who was undeniably a massive creative force in the band (who played on the band's first two albums, but quit before the second - "Machine" - was released). What we have here, is easily the best material the 'X have turned in since their 1999 debut "Wisconsin Death Trip."

All of the familiar Static-X elements are here, make no mistake. It's not that this album sounds exactly like "W.D.T.," but that it has the same spirit. Those who were disappointed with the stunted growth of "Machine," or the strange change of direction (which I personally enjoyed) with "Shadow Zone," will most likely have their faith renewed after hearing this album. "The Enemy" and "Dirthouse" are classic-X, songs that will instantly please any and all fans. Drummer Nick Oshiro finally gets to play on this album. I was wondering for the longest time if he was any good at the drums, afterall, John Freese (The Vandals, A Perfect Circle) filled his seat on not only "Shadow Zone," but on "Disclaimer," the debut by his former band Seether. Well, let's just say, the boy can play. He's quite fast, and sounds perfectly natural with Static-X, as highlighted in "Skinnyman." Koichi, who replaced his old replacement, Tripp Eisen earlier in the year (after some Michael Jackson-esque charges were brought against him) refreshes the group's sound. He was sorely missed on "Shadow Zone," but he returns to the throne as the unsung hero of Static-X. This is probably the strongest line-up Static-X have had, and I get a feeling that there won't be much more rotation in the future.

"Start A War," is definitely the band at their best. You've got familiar sounds clashing with new sounds (hell, even that strange voice Wayne developed on "Shadow Zone" is present), and yet they manage to pull it off without a hitch. Personally, I don't see a flaw here. If you liked Static-X in the beginning, you're gonna love them now. This new release may not break down any walls, but it will surely solidify an already strong fanbase.
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HASH(0x9a6be438) étoiles sur 5 Catchiest album of the year! 18 août 2005
Par Sara - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is definitely the catchiest album of the year so far. And "Enemy," "I'm the One," and "I Want to Freaking Break It" are some of the catchiest songs this year! This album is VERY addictive, and it gets stuck in your head. The songs are heavy, energetic, exciting, and they have super hooky riffs. This is the first or second best album of the year in my book.
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HASH(0x9a6be960) étoiles sur 5 Even better than Wisconsin Death Trip 14 janvier 2006
Par Schtinky - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Ahhh. Static-X is back, along with guitarist Koichi Fukuda who played for Static-X on 'Wisconsin Death Trip'. True, they have not put out a CD that I didn't like, but 'Start A War' takes us back to the 'Wisconsin Death Trip' days, wild and frantic and driving, yet expertly put together and in-sync. Thrash with a beat that doesn't break, it doesn't get much better than this. As a side note, if you ever get the chance, be sure to catch Static-X live, aside from being great musicians they are excellent showmen and put on great concerts.

There isn't one bad song on this CD, showing how strong Static-X has become with their unique style, vocals, and thrash/rock flavor. My favorites would be the title song 'Start A War', frantic with Wayne's classic growling in both whisper and shout. The driving beat of 'Pieces' gets you out of your chair every time. 'Dirthouse' another favorite, bringing in some electronica to the mix, with more of a "railroad" beat to the thrash.

'Just in case' is awesome, beginning with a feeling of marching to one's doom. Whispers, pauses, lyrics, all make up a perfect song, with nice "railroading" at the end.

'Night Terrors' starts out as almost traditional rock song, less growl and thrash but great nonetheless, with moving drum and bass breaks. 'Ostego Amigo' brings back memories of 'Ostego Undead', though nothing will ever beat 'Undead'.

'Brainfog' brings in some really great electronica along with some unique percussion, using only the word "Brainfog" as vocals, but ends at 2:20 minutes with silence following it. There is a five minute blank gap until some senseless vocals without instrumentation come in, lasting for another three-plus minutes. 'Brainfog' would have been great, but I hate those silence gaps.

'Skinnyman' is the star of this CD, possibly the best song Static-X has ever done, in my opinion. Addiction. Strong and slow, passionate beat, and powerful lyrics make it the one song I play over and over. "As my skin turns yellow, I forget this hell. As the skies are bruised, and the rain comes down. As my face turns pale, I try to deal with these thoughts. At the end of it all....I still miss you."

If you love Static-X, this CD is a must buy. Even if you are lukewarm and felt disappointed in 'Shadowzone', you will still like 'Start A War'. Grab up the CD and take that ponytail out of your hair. Enjoy!
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HASH(0x9a6be978) étoiles sur 5 The Real Truth about this Album!! 15 juin 2005
Par OmaR - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
ok so first of all i absolutely dont get all the bad reviews from all these people that have given it reviews! first things first this has to be one of the best albums thats come out this year and wll just one of the best albums thats come out in the LONGEST TIME!one thing for sure i can tell you is that this album is absolutely better than Shadow zone and Machine and a strong contender against WDT. First of all its pretty much the same band that made DTP(except fo the drummer) now that they have their original guitarist and in my opinion WAY better than Tripp Eisen. The thing i love about this album its that its a non stop Kick A** album i was even laughing in amazement on my way back from the store because i couldnt believe just how awesome the music and vocals that were coming out of my car speakers when i was hearing this CD. So to keep things short if your a new or old static X fan i can GUERANTEE you wont be dissopointed BUY IT!!
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