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Release date : Oct 14, 2008

Courtesy of by Rob O'Connor

Replacing a guitar player in a guitar-oriented band isn’t a casual reshuffling even if the band’s main writer stays aboard. For Secret Machines’ self-titled third album, Phil Karnats takes over for Ben Curtis and the volume is turned up, subtle textures are replaced with sheets of guitars and singer Brandon Curtis, the band’s bassist and main writer, turns in one cheeky glam-psych pose after another… read more



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  • I should love this more than I do.
  • Not a bad track on this album.
  • i find that tres bien - like progrock never died. I like the 1st album very much, but that comes close... it stone-rocks very heavy...
  • Better than Ten Silver Drops in my opinion, much closer in sound to their first album - far more experimental and all psychedelic too! Yet they still have some real great, mellow, emotional tunes. Love it!
  • Almost better than Ten Silver Drops, actually I think it is!
  • trippy!

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