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Purity - The God Machine - Scenes From The Second Storey (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Purity - The God Machine - Scenes From The Second Storey (CD, Album)

  1. Keshura says:
    You can sense all that in Scenes From The Second Storey, that The God Machine weren't tyros or trying to fit in with whatever was popular - if they had, they would have wanted to sound a lot more Pearl Jam (and they didn't sound like Pearl Jam or anything else from that other corner of the US's western coast, at all). While the album was engineered by experienced studio hand Kenny Jones, the trio .
  2. Shakataxe says:
    Released in Scenes From a Second Storey is not only a remarkable debut album, it is a remarkable rock album. One of the great rock albums of the nineties i would say. Yet I'll wager hardly anyone has ever heard of it, let alone actually heard it.5/5(19).
  3. Zulkizahn says:
    THE GOD MACHINE, Scenes From The Second Storey (, indie rock) Listening to ISIS, a band recommended by a friend, the sound and style of their good music reminded me those (even better) of THE GOD MACHINE, a band I really loved in the 90s.
  4. Fejinn says:
    The God Machine - Scenes From The Second Storey [] This has been one of my favourite recent discoveries as of late. The God Machine, despite all it's Californian members, formed in England and were active for a short period of time in the early 90s.
  5. Kazranos says:
    The God Machine was a rock band active in the first half of the s. Its members were all from San Diego, California, U.S., but they all lived and performed mainly in the United Kingdom. Subsequently, they were one of the few foreign acts to play at the short-lived Repre club in the Obecni dum in Prague The band consisted of three members, Robin Proper-Sheppard (born Gary Sheppard) (guitar.
  6. Merr says:
    May 01,  · It’s fitting because this was the first of only two LPs that The God Machine ever made, bassist Jimmy Fernandez dying suddenly of a brain haemorrhage shortly before the release of their second, the suitably named One Last Laugh in A Place of Dying. The two remaining members went their separate ways after that.
  7. Nejin says:
    The God Machine: Scenes From The Second Storey - album review by Banjo for Louder Than War.
  8. Dogor says:
    The God Machine; Scenes from the Second Storey; Purity Lyrics The God Machine – Purity. 2 Comments; 0 Tags This is the song that got me into the God Machine and turned me into a fan as it made me curious to check out their entire catalogue. It also inspired me to start writing myself. Hence, and I realise how many people will disagree.

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