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Oy Vey Baby
Tin Machine was the result of David Bowie's "I don't want to be a star; I just want to be one of the guys in the band" phase. It was a noisy, intentionally unrefined, and somewhat unpopular four-man group: David Bowie, Reeves Gabrels, and Hunt and Tony Sales, who Bowie had worked with way back when he was writing and touring with Iggy Pop in the mid-'70s. While Tin Machine only lasted for a short time (recording only two studio albums and one live album), it was the beginning of a 13-year working relationship with guitarist Reeves Gabrels.
This is Tin Machine's live album, with tracks recorded during their world tours.
|1||If There Is Something|
|3||I Can't Read|
|5||Under The God|
|6||Goodbye Mr. Ed|
|7||Heaven's In Here|
|8||You Belong In Rock 'N' Roll|