Secret Machines - Now Here Is Nowhere

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Album Review

Release date: 04 April 2006

Secret Machines - Now Here Is Nowhere

The Secret Machines : Now Here Is Nowhere

Rockers who prove 'prog' is not a dirty word...

Wizened, ageing punks will proclaim their sacrifices were worth it: the spit-covered dancefloors, the chaffing of the metal on bondage pants and irreparable damage caused by using SuperGlue as hair gel was done in a worthy cause: sweeping prog rock from these islands. They might, though, view the rise of The Secret Machines with some concern: although they might claim to be more Can and Neu...

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