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  • Audio CD (September 29, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Metal Blade
  • ASIN: B002JH8I6A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,616 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Double Ahhnold
2. I Need Your Clothes, Your Boots, And Your Motorcycle
3. Let off Some Steam Bennett [From Commando]
4. Who Writes the Songs? [The Real Bomb Track]
5. It's Simple, If It Jiggles It's Fat [From Pumping Iron]
6. See You at the Party Richter [From Total Recall]
7. Hey Cookie Monster, Nothing Is as Brutal as Neaahhh
8. Who Told You You Could Eat My Cookies? [From Jingle All The Way]
9. Come on Cohaagen, Give Deez People Ehyar [From Total Recall]
10. Come on, Do It, Do It, Come on, Come on, Kill Me, Do It Now
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Intro to the Intro
2. T2 Theme
3. Hell Bent for Leather [From Terminator 2]
4. Time Travel: The Metallica Conspiracy
5. Trapped Under Ice [From Batman & Robin]
6. Iron Fist [From Terminator]
7. Recalling Mars
8. I Turned into a Martian [From Total Recall]
9. Killing Is My Business...and Business Is Good [From Everything]
10. Tactically Dangerous - Cannibal Commando [From Commando/Go]
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2009 two CD release, the follow-up to the hugely successful Total Brutal album from last year. With an appetite for all things brutal, Austrian Death Machine ups the ante with Double Brutal, a two CD set featuring one disc of all new tracks as heavy and in the tradition of all of their greatest cinematic moments, and a second disc of brutal cover versions, including songs originally performed by Metallica, Megadeth, Misfits, Judas Priest and others.

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Here, it sounds like he was able to manage getting the whole band together.
Jack Treese
I recommend this album to anyone who's a big Ahhnold fan, fans of Psychostick (they are a humorous metal band as well), or fans of BROO-TALL music in general.
Coolhandbane
A+++ for heavy metal listeners, Arnold sounds really good, makes funny comments, and group sounds so good too.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jack Treese on September 29, 2009
Format: Audio CD
In July of 2008, Tim Lambesis of As I Lay Dying fame released a side project under the name "Austrian Death Machine." The CD was brilliant in every respect, capturing the anger and brutality of the Governator's movies. Today, the sequel, Double Brutal, has been officially dropped on us. I pre-ordered the album from the official website and received my pre-order package in the mail yesterday afternoon.

All the haste and glitz doesn't save the album from falling a little flat in two areas. First, I noticed there's a new fake Ahhnold on the album. Even though he does sound quite beefy and realistically older, I liked the comedic impersonation from the first album way better.

I also wasn't too fond on the band's reliance on break-downs during their songs. It sounded to me like each break-down sounded exactly the same as the one before, but at a slower tempo. However, I like how Lambesis lowered his dependence on ProTools to get the job done. Here, it sounds like he was able to manage getting the whole band together. If it was done with ProTools, I could never tell.

Now, the songs themselves... None of the songs are as thrashy as, say, Get To The Choppa. BUT, the humor and brilliance in the songwriting extends to this album. The songs are great, my personal favorite is still "I Need Your Clothes, Your Boots, and Your Motorcycle."

Of course, disc two features a bunch of Ahhnold-inspired covers. Out of all of these tracks, I was the most impressed with Trapped Under Ice and Killing Is My Business... And Business Is Good. Hell Bent For Leather is great, except for the fact it's the exact same song as the Christmas EP without the intro part.

I recommend this album to anyone who's a big Arnie fan, fans of ADM, or fans of BROO-TALL music in general. Great album overall.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lyndon Unger on November 11, 2009
Format: Audio CD
The New Austrian Death Machine album is here!

Okay. I'm wondering if I'm allowed to like this WAY more than I like As I Lay Dying?

This album is awesome metal. What can I say? Buy it!

The opening with the two Ahhnold clones arguing is priceless.
The first song melted my face off, and the following tracks were amazing.

I honestly think that this is likely one of the best metal releases of the year. The riffs are heavy, the lyrics are hilarious, the production is strong, and the entire project is amazing! I found myself head banging like a madman!

I could go track by track and review this, but if you know about Austrian Death Machine you already have an idea of what this sounds like and likely already own it.

If you're not familiar with Austrian Death Machine, this stuff has flavors of modern 'western' metal (Tim is the frontman for "As I Lay Dying") in that it has non-melodic vocals and fair amounts of rhythmic variety (but it's not prog at all). This album also has a bit of old flavor to it as well with simpler, heavier riffs, tapping solos and straight-forward songwriting...think pre- "symphony of destruction" era Megadeth. Every song is basically a quote from Arnold "The Governator" and it's essentially a hilarious side project. The music is kinda what you would have if Dwayne Johnson replaced Nicholas Cage in an action movie; less chatter and heroic poses and a lot more 2x4's to the face. This is stuff you should NOT listen to while driving, but you SHOULD listen to while slaying hordes of zombie teletubbies.
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Format: Audio CD
Comedy, one thing that is severely lacking in the Metal industry. Listening to all this new Metal music now a days it's nice to have a break from all the seriousness and listen to a group that you can literally hear having fun making their music. Tim Lambesis once again proves that he is quite possibly one of the best humored guys in the Metal genre today and still has the skills to create an amazing Thrash album.

The dialog between Ahhnold and Tim is priceless and I am glad their is more this time around. "Intro To The Intro" alone made my side hurt I was laughing so hard toward the end when they all start singing. The lyrics of the songs are just as witty as those heard on the equally great debut album Total Brutal and still make me crack a smile while headbanging.

The music on it's own is top notch and in my opinion is some of Tim's best work. Though he had a lot of guest musicians, most of the music heard is done by him. Guitar, Bass, Drums, Vocals, Trumpet, Keyboards and even Oboe are all done by Tim making some classic gritty Thrash that fans of the genre would be proud of. As far as guest musicians, the most obvious are those whom contributed guitars solo's.. Here is a list taken from Wikipedia..
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