The Incredible Machine (Deluxe Edition) [Deluxe Edition]
Download links and information about The Incredible Machine (Deluxe Edition) [Deluxe Edition] by Sugarland. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Country, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 46:44 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, New Wave, Country, Alternative|
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|1.||All We Are||3:48|
|3.||Stuck Like Glue||4:07|
|6.||Incredible Machine (Interlude)||1:28|
|7.||Every Girl Like Me||4:13|
|9.||Find the Beat Again||2:59|
|11.||Shine the Light||5:03|
|12.||Stuck Like Glue||4:07|
Sugarland are master storytellers. Set to Kristian Bush’s nimble guitar-strumming, frontwoman Jennifer Nettles spins American fables about “other” women, struggling small towns, and daughters down on their luck. With her gutsy, beam-busting pipes and earthy charisma, Nettles can imbue even the most infectious contemporary country songs with oil tankers full of meaning. Sugarland’s fourth album marks the duo’s departure from country. Though The Incredible Machine is devoid of Nashville twang, Music City’s polished production is firmly intact and the songs are still catchy. “All We Are” aspires to anthemic proportions, sounding like Heart combined forces with U2 as Nettles’ powerful vocals wail soulfully over contemporary stadium-rock trimmed with electronic flourishes and gang-vocals. The title-track takes cues from Tears For Fears and Simple Minds, begging to accompany a remake of The Breakfast Club. “Stuck Like Glue” retains a sliver of Americana instrumentation until morphing into a reggae rap that somehow works.