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Suicide Machines

War Profiteering Is Killing Us All

Side One Dummy 71270

Released on August 9, 2005


$10.50

The Suicide Machines are back with their 6th studio album. This time around the Detroit four piece is cranking it up a few notches with War Profiteering Is Killing Us All. These are some of the heaviest, loudest and politically charged songs the band has ever done. Brace yourself!

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 12 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 War Profiteering Is Killing Us All Voted #1  13%
2 Capitalist Suicide  9%
3 Ghosts On Sunset Blvd  6%
4 Junk  8%
5 17% 18 to 25 Voted #2  13%
6 Capsule: AKA - Requiem For The Stupid Human Race  7%
7 All Systems Fail  3%
8 The Red Flag  1%
9 Nuclear Generators  3%
10 Bottomed Out  6%
11 Revolution Is On The Clearance Rack  4%
12 Hands Tied Voted #3  11%
13 Twelve Years On Tour And All I Got Was A Lousy T-Shirt  6%
14 95% Of The World Is Third World  10%
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Jonathan from Sheridan, WY 
Jun 11 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I give this a 3 only because I'm not really a fan of hardcore. I really like the fast hard punk/ska/hardcore blend that Suicide Machines did so well on Destruction by Definition (still their best, in my opinion), but I can pass on most of their straight hardcore songs. Tracks 1, 6, 7, 8 and 11 I think are pretty much HC. "Capitalist Suicide" through "17%" are the great Suicide Machines stuff I love, and are some of my favorite Suicide Machines songs. 12 through 14 are a lot more ska, 13 is a slower Hardcore/ska blend. "Bottomed Out" is pretty decent hardpunk but has some of the same "pop" sound as "The Red Flag" that we heard in the self-titled poppy-punk rock album that sucked.

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Gill from North Shore City, New Zealand 
Dec 3 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

3.5 stars. This CD is pretty good. There are some really good tracks on the CD, like War Profiteering Is Killing us All, Capitalist Suicide and Ghost on Sunset Strip. But then there are some really average, and even crap songs. This was my first S.M. CD, and overall, I really liked it. Definatly one of the best Ska/Hardcore/Punk CDs around. Would get 4, but theres a lot of swearing.

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Isaac from La Pryor, TX 
Feb 14 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Along with getting "A Match and Some Gasoline", I also bought this cd. Though the songs are much shorter, they seem to be easier to get into than their last album. Recommended for SM fans!

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Joey from Riverview, NB Canada 
Feb 6 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is a very solid Political album with an excellent mix of ska/punk. THIS IS NOT S/T I REPEAT THIS IS NOT S/T. THIS CD IS ACTUALLY GOOD. Sorry Suicide Machines I just didnt like S/T, but meh. Anyways buy this cd if you like the early stuff like Destruction By Definition or Battle Hymns or even the last 2 A Match And Some Gasoline & Steal This Record. Regardless JUST BUY IT ALREADY!



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Jerry from Palatine, IL 
Jan 30 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well let my start off by saying that this was my first Suicide Machines album. I know most people say that you should start off with Destruction By Definition and Battle Hymns but I figured it wouldn't matter, I was right. This is a really intense album both musically and lyrically, a perfect blend of punk, ska, & hardcore. There's not a bad song on here, you can listen to it from start to finish without skipping a track.. only slight flaw is that it's somewhat short, it clocks in at just 30 minutes. I guess it's because I enjoyed listening to it so much that the half hour just goes by in a snap. Enjoy!

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David from Glendive, MT 
Jan 1 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Favorite release from the Machines yet, extremely catchy songs and great quality. From the titles you tell it's a very political and I Your Face. If you liked A Match and Some Gasoline you'll definitely like this. Stand out tracks: I went tour for ten years, Junk, The Red Flag

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Angela from Galway, Ireland 
Dec 28 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is mike not angela This is an amazing album, Theyve brought back their early harder faster sound with A Match and Some Gasoline and made it far better and faster with this record, While still keeping a good few of their classic ska songs,Great cd. These guys are only getting better with age.

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Neal from Battle Creek, MI 
Oct 4 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

the suicide machines are a awesome band but this record is kind of lacking. it was a little too short and some songs were just not any good. i did like a few like "junk" and track 3 as well. get this is you are really into s.m. if not then get there first one.

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Ryan from Hayward, WI 
Sep 27 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I would like to start off by saying my review is going to be partially byast, seeing as I'm an extremely big fan of the band. I've loved every album they've put out... yes, even the self titled. I had my doubts before buying this, however as I did feel as if they had lost their trademark sound over the years. After picking up this cd, though, the anxiety went out the window. This one blows A Match and Some Gasoline out of the water and I think I can safely say that this is their next best cd behind Battle Hymns and of course DxD. Jay's voice fits the songs and the theme for the cd perfectly. This cd is definately their hardest (even harder than Battle Hymns) which is something I've been waiting for for a while. Stand out tracks are "Ghosts on Sunset Blvd", "Capsule", "Hands Tied", and especially "Twelve years on tour...".

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Brian from Yosemite, CA 
Aug 26 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow. So, there used to be this band in the middle and later part of the 90's called The Suicide Machines. They put out a few great albums, and helped define the genre known as Ska-Punk. Somewhere along the line, however, somebody hi-jacked their monicker and started putting out absolute garbage, subtely disguised as CDs. Well, with this latest release, it seems the old band, to the benefit of ska-punk fans everywhere, beat the shit out of the new band and took back their name. This CD should really be called Battle Hymns 2, because it seems like it's picking up right where Battle Hymns left off. For all those who are skeptical, and fearful of waisting more cash on another Suicide Machines album...fear not, this one is definately worth it. It's chock full of raging hardcore, dancy ska riffs, and fast paced - up beat skate punk. The real gems of the album are definately the angry ( almost excessivly so) hardcore tracks (those being tracks 1, 5, 6, 7 and 8) but the whole thing is definately listenable...thats the first time I could say that about a Suicide Machines album since Battle Hymns. Pick this one up, you won't regret it.

 
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