Secret Machines - Secret Machines (with bonus tracks)
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Release date: 12 January 2009
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...
- Jul 19, 2004
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- Atomic Heels
- Last Believer, Drop Dead
- Have I Run Out
- Underneath The Concrete
- Now You're Gone
- The Walls Are Starting To Crack
- I Never Thought To Ask
- The Fire Is Waiting
- Daylight, Won't Be Long
- Dreaming Of Dreaming
Even giving out free 3D glasses can't save them. New York (November 18)
- Dec 5, 2008
More signs of the prog revival – these Texans are special
- Mar 24, 2006
Texas’ favourite psychedelic sons take a small step towards the big time
- Feb 2, 2006
Former Secret Machines guitarist's band cross the Atlantic next February
Band to hit the road in February
It will support the release of self-titled album
Secret Machines - Secret Machines (with bonus tracks): Wikipedia Album Entry
UK special edition includes two bonus tracks, 'Daylight Won't Be Long' and 'Dreaming of Dreaming'. The eponymous third album from Texas space-rockers, The Secret Machines, is their first to feature guitarist Phil Karnats, who replaced founding member Benjamin Curtis in 2007. Received well upon its US release, this record wears its influences on its sleeves, from Stardust-era Bowie to early Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd at their most prog. They take a darker path than on previous albums, the band favouring instrumental passages over pop-fuelled refrains.
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