Tin Machine is the debut album by Anglo-American hard rock band Tin Machine. It was originally released in May 1989, on the label EMI. The band was the latest venture of David Bowie, inspired by sessions with guitarist Reeves Gabrels. Drummer Hunt Sales and bassist Tony Fox Sales formed the rest of the band, with "fifth member" Kevin Armstrong providing rhythm guitar and Hammond organ.
Prisoner of Love may refer to: In music: "Prisoner of Love" (Russ Columbo song), 1931, popularized by many others as well. Prisoner of Love" (Miami Sound Machine song), 1984. Prisoner of Love" (Tin Machine song), 1989. Prisoner of Love" (Hikaru Utada song), 2008. Prisoner of Love", a song by Bob and Tom (as "Slam & Dave") from Planet Bob & Tom. "Prisoner of Love", a 1998 song by Tania Evans. Prisoner of Love (album), a 1989 album by Geoffrey Williams. Prisoner of Love, a 1989 album by Kenny Garrett.
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Prisoner of Love" is a song by Tin Machine taken from their eponymous debut album. It was issued as their third single in October 1989. Bowie claimed at the time he wrote the song for his then-partner Melissa Hurley. It reads as worldly advice from the singer, warning the subject off drugs among other things – Bowie's social conscience is a recurring theme of Tin Machine. Prisoner of Love" was backed by live tracks recorded at La Cigale, Paris on 25 June 1989, and had a novel heart-shaped 7" picture disc release. Baby Can Dance" (Live) (Bowie) – 6:16. Crack City" (Live) (Bowie) – 5:13. Prisoner of Love" (LP version) (Bowie, Gabrels, Sales, Sales) – 4:15.
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