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9 thoughts on “ Deconstruct - James Murphy (2) - Feeding The Machine (Cassette, Album)
  1. Arashikinos says:
    Feeding the Machine () by James Murphy. Labels: Shrapnel Records. Genres: Hard Rock. Songs: Feeding the Machine, Contagion, No One Can Tell You, Epoch.
  2. Shakaramar says:
    Feed Feed Feed Feed Can it be the voice inside me Taking control of all that will and will not be Hopes will be feeding the machine Always fighting through the days To make the chance that I must take Don't live back in yesterdays For time won't wait to lead us the way As I look back upon all this in front of me I understand why it made my mind.
  3. Doumi says:
    Apr 15,  · referencing Feeding The Machine, CD, Album, Dig, PCD I was lucky enough to find the Digipack version of this album. It features (among other guests) famous Chris Kontos of MACHINE HEAD on some drum parts/5(28).
  4. Dutaur says:
    Feeding the machine released in february is better than the predecesor, because the album is more polished and more inventice in same time. His fingers on guitar shows that he is s big name in last 20 years. The album is now more towards progressive metal .
  5. Julmaran says:
    All music written by James Murphy, except 6 by Dixie Dregs and 8 by Al Di Meola. Recording information: Produced, engineered and mixed at Sound Temple Studio, Oakland, CA. Identifiers: Barcode: 0 4.
  6. Gale says:
    As with the first album, James presents and album of half instrumentals and half songs with guest vocals. The CD is neatly arranged with five instrumentals and five vocal tracks, each even-numbered track being an instrumental. "Feeding the Machine" really takes off where 'Convergence' left off. The riffs are pummeling, the guitar work stunning.
  7. Zologar says:
    Feeding the machine released in february is better than the predecesor, because the album is more polished and more inventice in same time. His fingers on guitar shows that he is s big name in last 20 years. The album is now more towards progressive metal /5(1).
  8. Sashura says:
    Find album credit information for Feeding the Machine - James Murphy on AllMusic.
  9. Vudogul says:
    Enemies of Reality is the fifth studio album by American progressive metal band Nevermore, released in by Century Media records. Due to the mixed reception of the album's production by Kelly Gray, it was remixed and mastered by Andy Sneap for its reissue.5/5(1).

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