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Much like a frantic movie about "unfinished business" or "the one that got away," Secret Machines spent the past few years putting the finishing touches on what should have been their fourth LP. Long regarded as a lost album, The Moth, The Lizard and the Secret Machines was put on pause in 2010 and massaged in the aftermath of 2020's return-to-form record Awake in the Brain Chamber. Full of winding ear worms and hummable hooks, from it's fearless, thunderstruck opener ("There's No Starting Over") and the Fripp & Eno-esque outro of "Crucifixion Time" and the somber instrumental sequence that is "Last One Out." "This album is really special to us because it represents a band playing music with no other agenda than to connect with one other," says Garza. "My main hope is that people will hear it and say, 'These guys went somewhere weird, man.' I feel like we finally delivered the crazy album everybody knew we had in us."
Much like a frantic movie about "unfinished business" or "the one that got away," Secret Machines spent the past few years putting the finishing touches on what should have been their fourth LP. Long regarded as a lost album, The Moth, The Lizard and the Secret Machines was put on pause in 2010 and massaged in the aftermath of 2020's return-to-form record Awake in the Brain Chamber. Full of winding ear worms and hummable hooks, from it's fearless, thunderstruck opener ("There's No Starting Over") and the Fripp & Eno-esque outro of "Crucifixion Time" and the somber instrumental sequence that is "Last One Out." "This album is really special to us because it represents a band playing music with no other agenda than to connect with one other," says Garza. "My main hope is that people will hear it and say, 'These guys went somewhere weird, man.' I feel like we finally delivered the crazy album everybody knew we had in us."
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Moth The Lizard & The Secret Machines
Artist: Secret Machines
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. There's No Starting Over
2. I Think It's Light Outside
3. You Want It Worse
4. Even Out the Overflow
5. Last One Out
6. The Answer
7. Crucifixion Time
8. Run Out the Silver Light
9. The Finalizer

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Much like a frantic movie about "unfinished business" or "the one that got away," Secret Machines spent the past few years putting the finishing touches on what should have been their fourth LP. Long regarded as a lost album, The Moth, The Lizard and the Secret Machines was put on pause in 2010 and massaged in the aftermath of 2020's return-to-form record Awake in the Brain Chamber. Full of winding ear worms and hummable hooks, from it's fearless, thunderstruck opener ("There's No Starting Over") and the Fripp & Eno-esque outro of "Crucifixion Time" and the somber instrumental sequence that is "Last One Out." "This album is really special to us because it represents a band playing music with no other agenda than to connect with one other," says Garza. "My main hope is that people will hear it and say, 'These guys went somewhere weird, man.' I feel like we finally delivered the crazy album everybody knew we had in us."
        
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