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The Machines
Punk / Rock

London, Other
United Kingdom

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Iggy and The Stooges, Velvet Underground, New York Dolls, MC5, Patti Smith, The Ramones, Televison, The Clash, Generation X, The Adverts, The Dead Boys, Johnny Thunders, Social Distortion, Backyard Babies, Ziggy Stardust, Alice Cooper, Slaughter and The Dogs, The Avengers, black leather, late nights, rock and roll...
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MohawkRadio URL:http://www.mohawkradio.com/themachines
Band Website 1: http://www.the-machines.com
Band Website 2: http://www.myspace.com/77machines
Band Email: 77machines@gmail.com
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The Machines are:

Nick Paul - Guitar + Vocals, Stephen Reddihough - Bass, Steve Machine - Drums

The Machines were formed by Nick Paul in '77 and burned brightly for a short time before imploding, playing incendiary gigs at key UK Punk haunts such as The Vortex and The Roxy and releasing the infamous 'True Life' 7" EP in the process.

Nick linked up with Steve R and Steve M in 2006 to sort out unfinished business and take the Machines to the next level. We have our Debut Album available now on Angels in Exile Records (Cat No: AIE CD 001) at:

http://www.angelsinexile.com/Label/html/shop.html

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