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Fifteen years and six albums later, Millencolin are Europe's biggest punk band, with gold albums in Australia and Sweden. This is the Swedish quartet's first disc in three years. Embracing new stylistic touches while upholding the classic Millencolin sound, this well-oiled musical engine salutes its fans with fifteen knock 'em dead tracks. Produced by Lou Giordano (Taking Back Sunday, Plain White T's, The Ataris). They've shared stages with Blink 182, Foo Fighters, Queens Of The Stone Age, and more, and have played several Warped Tours and festivals both here and abroad. RIYL: Operation Ivy, The Descendents, NOFX.

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 6, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epitaph
  • ASIN: B0016I0AF0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,306 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Long revered as one of punk rock's leading forces, Millencolin built its reputation by playing to its strengths. Machine 15 (Burning Heart/Epitaph) - its first disc in three years - is no exception as the fearless foursome from Örebro, Sweden celebrates both an enduring musical brotherhood and an iconic presence in the genre.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Hugh Jassman on March 6, 2009
Format: Audio CD
overall a really well rounded record. i can really see the evolution of this band take place as i have been a fan for ten years. in my honest opinion, out of their seven studio albums (eight if you're including "melancholy collection"), this album would rank possibly 6th or 7th best. that's not to say it's awful. in fact, compared to most other music in the genre i'd have to say it's flawless. but it isn't up to snuff with their other works, as i feel it is a tad overproduced. i think that the band's longing to create another masterpiece like "pennybridge pioneers" is clouding their creative genius.

notable tracks include the hard hitting title track "machine 15" as well as "brand new game", a return to form and my personal favorite of the album, and the radio friendly "detox". "vicious circle" is another great song that happens to fly under the radar and shows how diverse their sound has become. if you're a longtime fan you would be a fool not to give it a go. i love the album, i listen to it constantly. the reason i have to rate it at only three stars is it's not their best work, some of the songs sound generic and the album as a whole sounds a bit overproduced. but definitely check it out.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. J. REINHOLDT on May 10, 2008
Format: Audio CD
oh, the songs are here. they most definitely are.
it's just that they're buried under production so slick you could fry eggs on the damn thing and they'd slide right onto your life is a plate record.
just not sure why this late in their career they felt they needed to make this sorta record.
still a fun listen though.
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By Haleigh on May 17, 2008
Format: Audio CD
the new millencolin cd is definitely a change for those who enjoyed the more punk albums like pennybridge pioneers or the ska-laced millencolin that appears in tiny toons and life on a plate. however, in this case different doesn't necessarily mean bad. This cd has many catchy toons as well as some punk bits. The first two songs, machine 15 and done is done are both catchy and reminiscent of kingwood or home from home. Detox, the first single, is a new, more radio friendly millencolin, but the lyrics are funny and it mixes fairly well with the harder songs. some of the other good songs are brand new game, which if you listen to, you might recognize a few words, and who's laughing now. make sure to listen to centerpiece to give who's laughing now a cool build-up intro. Overall, some harcore punk fans might be put off by the more pop-punk sound, most fans will find something they like in machine 15.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By thebeefeater on May 11, 2008
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This is Millencolin's strongest album since the Life on a Plate/For Monkeys era. Agreed that the production is slick, but at this stage in their career, who's expecting a stripped down punk album ala Tiny Tunes? Not gonna happen. What they've done here is craft an albumful of clever, catchy tunes that never loses steam from start to finish. Not sure what the complaint is about the lyrics. Millencolin is Millencolin when it comes to lyrics. I absolutely love hearing the songs about their history such as "Machine 15" and "Brand New Game". There's too many other good songs to list my favourites.

Stellar work by a stellar band. Keep it going guys.
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This album is definatley new and different for Millencolin, while I feel that it lacks the punch that some of the songs in kingwood had such as Moosemans Jukebox, this album gives the band a new face and will allow them to continue to produce records. If you are an old fan, I would stick with Pennybridge Pioneers and Life on a Plate if you're looking for the same old songs, but if you're willing to give change a change, pick this album up and listen to it!
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By Rafael Fanola on April 4, 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If you are a fan of Millencolin, then this album is a must! Great songs and a very well made album!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dustin Hotz on November 17, 2009
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Millencolin has always been one of my favorite punk rock bands, but this CD is definately their worst. When I first got this CD I was super surprised to see that most all of the songs average a 3:30-4:00 minute compaired to their older releases which range from about 2:00-3:00 minutes or so. That being said, the songs on this album are much slower, repetative, and feature none of the speed, agression, or even heart-felt music as seen previously on releases up until this one.

The CD begins with the title track "Machine 15" which is a bouncy number that would have almost fit well on Kingwood asside from it's stupid lyrics. Overall I think this is one of the hardest songs on the album which being said is not much. 6/10

"Done is Done" is the second track which features much repetition of the chorus which isn't even very good. ALl in all the song drags on and on repeating the chorus until it finally ends. 4/10

"Detox" is the single of the album and it is also really stupid. It's another bouncy song but over all it repeats the chorus line several times too many which basically ruins everything good about the song. 3/10

"Viscious Circle" is probably one of the best songs on the CD as it features a pretty great chorus and some strong guitar playing. But again the chorus is repeated several times to many at the end. 8/10

"Broken World" this song is average, it features a kind of interesting chorus but kind of falls short. 5/10

"Come On" this song is really terrible. The music is really cheesy and repetative and the chorus lyrics are really stupid, "Come on, Come on, Come on, We gotta make a try. Dream on, Dream on, Dream on, it's easy as pie." Yeah I was like eww when I first heard the chorus.
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