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Organisation
ISNI: 
0000 0001 2243 0448
Name: 
Tin Machine
Tin Machine (Musical group or band)
Dates: 
began 1988 until 1992
Location / Nationality: 
Creation class: 
Musical sound recording
Creation role: 
musician
performer
Related names: 
Bowie, David (hasMember)
Gabrels, Reeves (hasMember)
Sales, Hunt (hasMember)
Sales, Tony (hasMember)
Titles: 
1991-10-29: Satan's Perfume: Olympia, Paris, France
Amazing
Amlapaura (Indonesian version)
Amlapura (Indonesian version)
Baby Can Dance (live)
Baby Universal (12″ version)
Baby Universal (7″ version)
Betty Wrong
Big Hurt, A
Blade & The Tongue, The
Bus Stop (live country version)
Can’t Read (live), I
Crack City (live)
[crowd noise]
Debaser
Go Now
Goodbye Mr. Ed
Hammerhead
Heaven’s in Here (BBC Evening Session 13‐08‐1991)
Heaven’s in Here (edited version)
Heavens in Here
I’m Sorry
If There Is Something (BBC Evening Session 13‐08‐1991)
Interview (The World of Rock, Hosted by Scott Muni), The
Live in Tokyo 1992
Live: Oy Vey, Baby
Maggie’s Farm (live) + Tin Machine
Maggies Farm
Needles on the Beach
One shot
Oy vey, baby - live
Pretty Thing
Prisoner of love (edit)
Prisoner of Love (LP version)
Radio Session
Run
Sacrifice Yourself
Shakin’ All Over (live)
Shopping for Girls
Sorry
Stateside (BBC Evening Session 13‐08‐1991)
Tin machine 2
Tin Machine II
Tin Machine: Live 89
Under the god
Video Crime
Working Class Hero
You Belong in Rock and Roll
You Belong in Rock’n’Roll (extended Dance mix)
You Belong in Rock n’ Roll (LP version)
You Belong in Rock n’ Roll (single mix)
You Can’t Talk
Contributed to or performed: 
Album Network Tuneup In-Store Play Edition 4, The
Aural Fixations
Best of Bowie
Best of Grunge Rock
Beyond the Beach
Dr. Giggles
Formel Eins: Mega Hits!
Greatest Hits, Part 2
Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth
Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth Movie Soundtrack
Ruby Trax: The NME's Roaring Forty
Sound + Vision
Transmission Impossible (legendary radio broadcasts from the 1970s–1990s)
Notes: 
Sources: 
CDR