Tin Machine is the debut album of Tin Machine originally released by EMI in 1989.
The group was the latest venture of David Bowie, inspired by sessions with guitarist Reeves Gabrels. Drummer Hunt Sales and bassist Tony Sales formed the rest of the band, with “fifth member” Kevin Armstrong providing rhythm guitar.
The project was intended as a back-to-basics album by Bowie, with a hard rock sound and simple production, as opposed to his past two solo albums. Unlike previous… read more
|Track number||Play||Loved||Track name||Buy||Duration||Listeners|
|1||Heaven's in Here||6:01||18,129 listeners|
|2||Tin Machine||3:34||14,756 listeners|
|3||Prisoner of Love||4:50||14,874 listeners|
|4||Crack City||4:36||13,340 listeners|
|5||I Can't Read||4:54||15,245 listeners|
|6||Under the God||4:06||17,791 listeners|
|8||Working Class Hero||4:38||16,758 listeners|
|9||Bus Stop||1:41||13,539 listeners|
|10||Pretty Thing||4:39||10,151 listeners|
|11||Video Crime||3:52||8,343 listeners|
|13||Sacrifice Yourself||2:08||10,136 listeners|
|14||Baby Can Dance||4:57||12,972 listeners|