Metropolis

Metropolis

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by Sister Machine Gun
     
 
Despite cameos from David Bowie and Reeves Gabrels, Sister Machine Gun's fourth album Metropolis doesn't sound that much different than their previous three -- it is still the same mix of metal and Nine Inch Nails. Even if the

Overview

Despite cameos from David Bowie and Reeves Gabrels, Sister Machine Gun's fourth album Metropolis doesn't sound that much different than their previous three -- it is still the same mix of metal and Nine Inch Nails. Even if the group isn't showing any signs of great leaps in creativity, Metropolis is one of the group's most consistent efforts, offering a pummeling array of rattling beats and shattering guitars.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/15/1997
Label:
Tvt
UPC:
0016581724426
catalogNumber:
7244

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Sister Machine Gun   Primary Artist
Martin Czembor   Background Vocals
John Fryer   Background Vocals
Reeves Gabrels   Guitar
Chris Randall   Guitar,Piano,Keyboards,Hammond Organ,Vocals
Mars Williams   Saxophone
Catherine Bent   Cello
Kevin Temple   Drums
Richard Deacon   Bass
Robert Thomas   Violin
Ted Falcon   Violin

Technical Credits

Sister Machine Gun   Composer
John Fryer   Programming,Producer,Engineer
Chris Randall   Composer,Programming,Producer,Engineer
Jason McNinch   Programming,Producer,Engineer
Matt Warren   Engineer
Amanda Riesman   String Arrangements
Lisa Randall   Contributor

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Metropolis 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
An awesome and very well made 4th album from sister machine gun ,this cd is the groups last album from wax trax records! From the haunting and highly cyber-ized intro ''this metal sky'' to the hardcore break beat filled ending track ''cut-down'' this album reminds you why s.m.g is such a great and important band to the industrial scene.One of their best albums to date! stand out tracks : ''desperation,what do you want from me,torque,cut down,admit.'' pick this one up you wont be dissapointed!