‘Tin Machine’ is their eponymous debut album featuring David Bowie on vocals and released on May 22, 1989 by EMI.
Track Listing : 1.Heaven’S In Here (David Bowie) – 06:01 . 2.Tin Machine (David Bowie, Reeves Gabrels, Hunt Sales, Tony Fox Sales) – 03:34 . 3.Prisoner Of Love (David Bowie, Reeves Gabrels, Hunt Sales, Tony Fox Sales) – 04:50 . 4.Crack City (David Bowie) – 04:36 . 5.I Can’T Read (David Bowie, Reeves Gabrels) – 04:54 . 6.Under The God (David Bowie) – 04:06 . 7.Amazing (David Bowie, Reeves Gabrels) – 03:06 . 8.Working Class Hero (John Lennon) – 04:38 . 9.Bus Stop (David Bowie, Reeves Gabrels) – 01:41 . 10.Pretty Thing (David Bowie) – 04:39 . 11.Video Crime (David Bowie, Hunt Sales, Tony Fox Sales) – 03:52 . 12.Baby Can Dance (David Bowie) – 04:57
Musicians : Tin Machine – Band . David Bowie – Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar . Reeves Gabrels – Lead Guitar . Tony Sales – Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals . Hunt Sales – Drums, Backing Vocals . Kevin Armstrong – Rhythm Guitar, Hammond Organ
Production : Produced By Tin Machine, Tim Palmer . David Richards – Engineer . Justin Shirley-Smith – Engineer
Package : Kevin Cann – Design . Roger Gorman – Art Direction . Cesar Vera – Photography
Recorded August 1988, November–December 1988 At Mountain Studios, Montreux Switzerland; Compass Point Studios, Nassau.
Released On May 22, 1989 By Emi.
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