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  • Muzuru says:
    "Tin Machine", "Pretty Thing" and "Sacrifice Yourself" are faster, punky tracks. "Crack City" is slower rock, like The Troggs from the 60's, and includes some psychedelic guitar licks. Probably the best and most representative track is "Under The God": hard-driving, grating rock/5().
  • Nashakar says:
    David Bowie's choice to form a band called Tin Machine in proved to be a good call. With his long solo career sputtering, this self-titled debut gave Bowie the shot in the arm that he needed. As usual, David paid little attention to musical trends as he chose a noisy pop direction over the hair metal sound that was in vogue/5().
  • Zulkir says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Tin Machine on Discogs. Label: EMI USA - CDP • Format: CD Album, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock.
  • Kajigami says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Longbox CD release of Tin Machine on Discogs. Label: EMI USA - E • Format: CD Album Longbox • /5(10).
  • Yozshuzuru says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Tin Machine on Discogs. Label: EMI USA - CDP • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock Tin Machine - Tin Machine (, CD) | Discogs/5(89).
  • Vucage says:
    Artist is listed as David Bowie instead of Tin Machine on spine, back, and disc. Front cover and booklet remain simply Tin Machine. BMG Direct name and number only appear on the back cover instead of the regular barcode. Virgin cat # appears everywhere else and .
  • Groshura says:
    (Redirected from Sacrifice Yourself) Tin Machine is the debut album by Anglo-American hard rock band Tin Machine. It was originally released in May , on the label EMI. The band was the latest venture of David Bowie, inspired by sessions with guitarist Reeves Gabrels.
  • Mooguzil says:
    A remarkable recording for many reasons, the debut of Tin Machine predates by nearly half a decade much of the guitar-oriented alternative pop that followed the grunge explosion of This does not sound like Bowie in a band; missing are the quirkiness and theatrics that characterize much of Bowie's solo work. This is a band with a band attitude, not exactly what the fans were wanting.
  • Grogul says:
    An absolutely stonking collection of Tin Machine outtakes - all from the TMII sessions. The history is that it was loaded to dime as two separate torrents by Westernstars. According to his listing, a friend had managed to get tapes from the TMII sessions from a band member!

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