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  1. STATIC-X "Start A War" (Warner Bros.) The Enemy I'm The One Start A War Pieces Dirthouse Skinnyman Just In Case Set It Off I Want To Fucking Break It Night Terrors Otsego Amigo My Damnation Brainfog.
  2. Dec 31,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Static-X - Start A War at Discogs. Complete your Static-X collection/5().
  3. 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.4/4(90).
  4. May 01,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Start A War on Discogs/5(30).
  5. Static-X's album Shadow Zone was a mess. Trying too blatantly to match wits with Korn and searching blindly for depth in electronics and processed drums, it tried desperately to expand on the sound of Machine and Wisconsin Death Trip, and that flawed ambition was its biggest daizahnishndarmeztizuru.xyzinfo early material was grating and one-dimensional, but it had a certain primal flair for the very same.
  6. Static-X is an American industrial metal band from Los Angeles, California, formed in The line-up has fluctuated over the years, but was long-held cons.
  7. Start a War is the fourth Static-X album, it was released June 14th, This is the first studio album with drumming provided by Nick Oshiro, and the second and last album that guitarist Tripp.
  8. Static-X. Static-X is an American industrial metal band from Los Angeles, California formed in The current line-up consists of Wayne Static (vocals and lead guitar), Ashes (guitar), Andy Cole (bass) and Sean Davidson (drums), with Wayne Static being the only original member.
  9. Static-X formed in and released six studio album before going on a hiatus in In frontman Wayne Static toured with his solo band under the name Static-X. Arguments about using the name with Campos led to Wayne Static touring under his own name instead of Static-X .

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