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This article relies largely or entirely upon a single source. Please help improve this article by introducing appropriate citations to additional sources. (April 2011) The God Machine Origin San Diego, California, United States Genres Alternative rock Post-rock Hard rock Years active 1990–1994 Labels Fiction, Eve Records Associated acts Sophia Members Robin Proper-Sheppard Jimmy Fernandez Ronald Austin The God Machine was an alternative rock band, active in the first half of the 1990s. Its members were all from San Diego, California, United States, but they all lived and performed mainly in the United Kingdom and across Europe. The band consisted of three members, Robin Proper-Sheppard (born Gary Sheppard) (guitar/vocals), Jimmy Fernandez (bass) and Ronald Austin (drums), and they first performed officially under the name The God Machine in 1991. They released an EP, Purity with the Eve record label, and were later given a recording contract with Fiction Records. They released two albums in their career, both with their trademark dark and industrial-sounding alternative rock, before Fernandez suddenly died from a cancerous brain tumour. Their single release of "Home", peaked at #65 in the UK Singles Chart in January 1993.[1] Proper-Sheppard went on to form The Flower Shop Recordings label, and bands Sophia and The May Queens. Their second album, One Last Laugh in a Place of Dying, was recognized by Alternative Press as one of the "90 greatest albums of the 90s" (#88) in their December 1998 issue.[citation needed] Their earlier San Diego incarnation was called Society Line, and also featured guitarist Albert Amman, who left the band before its move to London. Contents 1 Discography 1.1 Studio albums 1.2 EPs 2 References 3 External links Discography Studio albums Scenes from the Second Storey (Fiction Records, 1993) - UK #55[1] Released as CD and double LP. A double CD version including the Home EP was released in the US. One Last Laugh In A Place Of Dying (Fiction Records, 1994) EPs Purity (Eve Recordings, 1991) 12", featuring "Home", "The Blind Man" and "Purity". These were the original versions and were subsequently re-recorded for the Scenes From The Second Storey album The Desert Song (Fiction Records, 1992) CD and 12", featuring "The Desert Song", "Prostitute", "Commitment" and "Pictures Of A Bleeding Boy". The title track was the original version and was subsequently re-recorded for the Scenes From The Second Storey album. The three B-sides were not available on any album Ego (Fiction Records, 1992) CD and 12", featuring "Ego", "Temptation" (The Experimental Zen Mix) and "The Piano Song". The two B-sides were extended versions of the tracks available in shorter form on Scenes From The Second Storey Home (Fiction Records, 1993) 7" silver vinyl, featuring "Home" (edit) and "What Time Is Love?" (a cover version of The KLF track). The B-side was not available on any album CD, featuring "Home", "Double Dare" (BBC Session, a cover version of a Bauhaus track), "All My Colours" (a cover version of Echo & the Bunnymen) and "Fever" (a cover version of Peggy Lee). The three B-sides were not available on any album 12", featuring "Home", "All My Colours", "Train" (a cover version of The Morlochs) and "Fever". The three B-sides were not available on any album Promo-CD, featuring "Home" (edit), "Home", and "What Time Is Love?". The latter B-side was not available on any album Promo-CD, featuring "Home" (live), "Pictures Of A Bleeding Boy", "Commitment" (BBC session) and "Fever". None of these tracks were available on any album References ^ a b Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 229. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.  External links The God Machine - Sunday Velvet The God Machine on Myspace The official unofficial Sophia site 'Sophiamusic.net' Sophia on Myspace