Podcast Episode
Season
One
number
42
Type
Album Review
Post Date
Nov 1, 2011

The God Machine

Songs from the Second Storey

Label
Fiction Records, Polydor
Release year
1993
Producer
The God Machine

This band took a long journey from SoCal to NYC to the UK, and it sounds like it.

One episode #42 we're back with another listener suggestion - the 1993 album Songs from the Second Storey by The God Machine. This band took a long journey from SoCal to NYC to the UK, and it sounds like it. Hints of Kyuss-like stoner rock meld with British shoegaze and Jane's Addiction psychedelia. But is there too much of a good thing on the longest album we've ever reviewed?

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