Tin Machine Live: Oy Vey, Baby is a live album and video by Tin Machine, originally released by London Records in 1992. Recorded during Tin Machine's 1991-1992 "It's My Life Tour", the album includes song recorded from 5 different venues from the North American and Asian legs of the tour, and the video album was recorded from a single show in Germany.
And, if you are a Tin Machine fan, the band's first studio album will probably keep you coming back to listen more than this one (or, for that matter, their second studio album). In fact, in general the songs that Tin Machine recorded in their brief "career" continue multiple levels of meaning, even if musically sometimes they seem like grunge with some undefinable quality missing. Of all the Bowie albums I own (all of them, including compilations of the pre-fame releases), this is the one I play least.
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Oy Vey, Baby was the last Tin Machine album prior to the band disbanding.
Cassette shows title as Live -Oy Vey, Baby Clear housing, white print on shell. Tape formulation is CrO2 Encoded with Dolby HX Pro. Other Versions (5 of 10) View All. Cat.
Band Name Tin Machine. Album Name Oy Vey, Baby. Released date 02 July 1992. Labels London Recordings. Produced by David Bowie. Members owning this album1. 1. If There Is Something.
Their first album, "Tin Machine," featured the tracks "Heaven's in Here," "Prisoner of Love," "Crack City," "I Can't Read," "Under the God," "and John Lennon's "Working Class Hero. The cover of their second album, "Tin Machine II" (1991), featured classical statues with d penises (or did, until the record company airbrushes came out).