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"Machine Guitars" is the only LP by The Machines. It was released in 1982 by the Dutch label Kremlin Products, and distributed in the USA through Neutral.

The LP presents recordings made by Remko Scha at the Apollohuis in Eindhoven and by Mark Abbott at the WKCR studio in New York. It was mastered in the Nasmak studio in Nuenen.

Cover art work by The Machines.

 

A1 SHAKE

A2 THROB

A3 THRASH

A4 SWITCH

 

 

B1 STROKE

B2 SWEEP

B3 SLAM

B4 BRUSH

 
 



Reviews of "Machine Guitars"
 


Anon.: "Muziektheater." Vinyl 3, 23 (March 1983), p. 6.

 

Anon.: Kremlin. "Label voor niet-commerciële muziek." Kijk uit 2, 7 (March 1983).

 

Anon.: "Rockin' Russians." Sounds, October 22, 1983, p. 45.

 

Alfred Bos: "Remko Scha. Machine Guitars (Kremlin Products, KR 006)." Oor 12, 2 (January 26, 1983).

Alan Licht's Minimal Top Ten.

 

Joost Niemöller: "Remko Scha / Machine Guitars / Kremlin Products KR 006 / Elpee" Vinyl 2, 20 (December 1982), p. 40.

 

John Rockwell: "Popular music takes a serious turn." The New York Times, June 26, 1983.

 

John Schaeffer: "Machine Guitars (Kremlin KR-006)." In: John Schaeffer: New Sounds. A Listener's Guide to New Music. New York: Harper & Row, 1987.


    




 

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