Tin Machine Belong In Rock & Roll

Official Press Release

31st July 1991

True to their word TIN MACHINE are back with a serious rock and roll album, a new label and an Autumn tour. The album – which was mainly recorded in Sydney, Australia, in late ’89 and was produced by TIN MACHINE and mixed by Tim Palmer and TIN MACHINE – is due for release on September 2nd.

The album, the title of which is TIN MACHINE II, will be the first on a major new label launched by Japanese electronic giants JVC, called Victory Music. Victory Music, which is headed by former top executive at Atlantic Records, Phil Carson, will be distributed in the UK and the rest of the world, excluding the USA, by London Records, and in the USA by Polygram Records.

The first single to be released from TIN MACHINE II will be YOU BELONG IN ROCK & ROLL, which will be issued on August 12th. The single formats are:

7” A side
YOU BELONG IN ROCK ‘N’ ROLL
7″ B side
AMLAPURA (Indonesian Version)

12″ A side
YOU BELONG IN ROCK ‘N’ ROLL
YOU BELONG IN ROCK ‘N’ ROLL (Extended Version)
12″ B side
AMLAPURA (Indonesian Version)
SHAKIN’ ALL OVER

Included on the 12” is a free streamer which includes photos of each band member on one side and a TIN MACHINE logo on the other side.

CD
YOU BELONG IN ROCK ‘N’ ROLL
AMLAPURA (Indonesian Version)
STATESIDE
HAMMERHEAD (Extended Version)

The album ranges from the blues workout of a song like STATESIDE through the thoughtful acoustic GOODBYE MR. ED to the out and out rock of BABY UNIVERSAL.

The confirmed UK tour dates for TIN MACHINE are:

2nd November: Civic Hall, WOLVERHAMPTON
3rd November: International II, MANCHESTER
5th November: Mayfair, NEWCASTLE
6th November: Royal Court, LIVERPOOL
7th November: Barrowlands, GLASGOW
9th November: Corn Exchange, CAMBRIDGE
10th November: Brixton Academy, LONDON
11th November: Brixton Academy, LONDON

 

Tickets go sale at venues at 10.00 am on 11th August, are available by personal application only and are limited to two tickets per person.

Tickets are priced £9.00 for all venues except the Brixton Academy where tickets are priced £11.50.

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