‘Tin Machine’ featuring David Bowie release their eponymous first album (1989)

‘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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