David Bowie TIN MACHINE short bio + Audio CD for sale

David Bowie TIN MACHINE short bio + Audio CD for sale

Bowie shelved his solo career in 1989, retreating to the relative anonymity of band membership for the first time since the early 1970s. A hard-rocking quartet, Tin Machine came into being after Bowie began to work experimentally with guitarist Reeves Gabrels. The line-up was completed by Tony and Hunt Sales, whom Bowie had known since the late 1970s for their contribution, on drums and bass respectively, to Iggy Pop's 1977 album Lust For Life. Though he intended Tin Machine to operate as a democracy, Bowie dominated, both in songwriting and in decision-making. The band's album debut, Tin Machine (1989), was initially popular, though its politicised lyrics did not find universal approval: Bowie described one song as 'a simplistic, naive, radical, laying-it-down about the emergence of neo-Nazis'; in the view of biographer Christopher Sandford, 'It took nerve to denounce drugs, fascism and TV [...] in terms that reached the literary level of a comic book. (source: Wikipedia.org)

David Bowie TIN MACHINE Audio CD's compact discs for sale at netogram.com


  • 1. Heaven's In Here 6:05
  • 2. Tin Machine 3:35
  • 3. Prisoner Of Love 4:50
  • 4. Crack City 4:35
  • 5. I Can't Read 4:53
  • 6. Under The God 4:05
  • 7. Amazing 3:03
  • 8. Working Class Hero 4:42
  • 9. Bus Stop 1:42
  • 10. Pretty Thing 4:38
  • 11. Video Crimes 3:53
  • 12. Run 3:20
  • 13. Sacrifice Yourself 2:09
  • 14. Baby Can Dance 4:57
  • Price: $ 18.00 p&p included (worldwide)

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