We Love Machine

Hope Recordings
Release date
5 Oct 2009
Running length
12 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 We Love Machine 5:57 9,521
2 One Bright Night 6:03 7,802
3 Only Love 4:05 10,884
4 Bodymotion 6:33 5,118
5 Pleasure Control 6:33 5,908
6 Future Perfect 6:25 7,376
7 Survival 3:43 6,669
8 Ultra Violet 7:53 2,022
9 Tales of the Rabid Monks 5:53 3,923
10 Surrender 6:38 6,727
11 The Doors Are Where the Windows Should Be 3:53 7,178
12 Tierra Del Fuego 3:01 4,447

About this album

Way Out West have just released We Love Machine: their fourth full album in sixteen years of partnership. Way Out West (1997) and Intensify (2001), were replete with commercial potential—so much so that the duo cut loose for 2004ʼs Donʼt Look Now, galvanizing hordes at a sunkissed Glastonbury when they hit them with the airbrakes of “Anything But You”.

The firste “Only Love” featuring a package of remixes from Jerome Isma Ae, John Tejada and Glimpse. “Only Love” features Jonathan Mendelsohn on vocals and some original 80’s-era keyboards that sets It off. Digging a bit into the album, “One Bright Night and Tierre del Fuego are downtempo cinematic masterpieces. Any comedown is quickly invigorated by the punchy breaks of the aptly titled block party-er “Body Motion.” It does what it says to full effect. Back to the sublime, “Survival” is 4/4 gold and one that brings the smile out. It just has “that” great throwback vibe going on. “Future Perfect” is the car chaser of the lot. It’s a futuristic barn burner, but in that Vangelis kinda way. We’ll whet your appetite for the rest of the album with a visit to the big red spot of Jupiter on “Ultra Violet”

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