Ten Silver Drops (U.S. Version) by Reprise

Ten Silver Drops (U.S. Version) by Reprise
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Ten Silver Drops (U.S. Version) by Reprise

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Ten Silver Drops (U.S. Version) by Secret Machines

As you might expect from a band whose primary interests include psychedelic space-rock jams and song titles like "It's A Bad Wind That Don't Blow Somebody Good," the Secret Machines are in no particular hurry. So don't be put off by the fact that the tracklist for the Texas-born, New York-based band's second full-length album only includes eight songs. Each one is epic (and not in the bad Creed "arms-spread-on-the-mountaintop" way): packing in more drama, billowing guitar solos and stealth pop hooks than the Strokes' entire back catalog. On Ten Silver Drops the hirsute trio seems to have discovered a sense of economy, particularly in toxic garage tracks like "Lightning Blue Eyes" and "Faded Lines," but there's no reason for concern. Unlike everything else the Secret Machines do, it's short-lived. The charmingly titled "Daddy's In The Doldrums" lingers for a full eight-minutes, making it worth at least three songs in one. --Aidin Vaziri

Key Product Details

  • Artist: Secret Machines
  • Genre: Rock

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