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Bowie at his underrated best,
This review is from: Tin Machine II (Audio CD)
This album is not one that has been applauded by critics or Bowie fans but is well worth owning if you're an appreciator of Bowie's incredible work. The idea of David having formed a band in the late 80's/early 90's was dubious to most and laughable to others.
However there's more than a few highly engaging and very listenable tracks on this album and the man himself is right to defend this period of his career from criticism when the result is an enjoyable hour of music such as this.
This is the second and final album released by the 'Tin Machine Project' and is widely opined by those who've been willing to give these works a chance to be better than the first. Surprisingly hard to get hold of, don't miss your chance to hear a Bowie curiosity piece and a great album.