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Static-X se formó en 1994 de las cenizas de la anterior banda de Wayne Static y Ken Jay, Deep Blue Dream. Después de buscar integrantes en Chicago, Static y Jay decidieron ir a Los Angeles para continuar su búsqueda. ahí conocieron a Tony Campos y Koichi Fukuda, completando la formación original. Static-X firmó con Warner Brothers Records en 1998.

El primer álbum de la banda, Wisconsin Death Trip, fue lanzado el 23 de…

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  • Лучший Evil Disco. RIP Wayne.
  • Agreed. Sad that Cannibal is underrated too, since it's one of Static-X's best albums.
  • WDT and Machine are rightfully the most popular but the other four albums are severely underrated, especially Start a War. boundless energy
  • They were a band I listened to as a kid because they had a really cool sound but definitely lost interest sometime around "Shadow Zone" and "Start a War'... Wayne seemed like a cool guy
  • Только Bled for Days, остальное не впечатляет.
  • Holy shit, I've grown to love Shadow Zone and Start A War recently. They sound much better now than when I started listening to Static-X a few years ago. Even Cult Of Static and Wayne's solo album, Pighammer, are better than I thought they were. Makes me miss this band and Wayne even more. ;_;
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  • As excellent as Wisconsin Death Trip is, I say Machine is Static-X's best album. That album felt like the band going all out, making absolutely hard hitting, intense songs that doesn't let you down until the final track. Same with Cannibal as well. Those three are the best to come the band, even though, I say the other three are very good too (Cult Of Static gets waaaaayyyyy too much shit, it's not that bad!). Wayne Static's passing sadden me so much, the dude was such an awesome frontman for such an awesome band. Every time I grab my shovel, I'll grab it in remembrance. Rip.
  • Wisconsin Death Trip is an album I had as a kid but probably overlooked or couldn't completely comprehend as a preteen (9 or 10 years old) all these years later it's a pretty astounding record. I like the first 3... really was sad when I heard about Wayne last year. Never would want that to happen to anybody, much less someone I grew up listening to. He made some very cool records. Miss him a lot.
  • If your want to listen something similar, then Project Silence is your thing, they have new single flesh of the god here!

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