|3||Golgotha Tenement Blues|
|5||Perfect Tan (Bikini Atoll)|
|7||If I Should Explode|
|8||All I Really Need|
|11||Burn Like Brilliant Trash (At Jackie's Funeral)|
|12||The Soft Collision|
|13||Rite Of Shiva|
|17||Trigger For Happiness|
|21||Richest Junkie Still Alive|
|31||Golgatha Tenement Blues|
Machines of Loving Grace was an industrial rock band from Tucson, Arizona.
Named for a Richard Brautigan poem, they formed in 1989. The original lineup consisted of Scott Benzel (vocals), Stuart Kupers (guitar and bass), and Mike Fisher (keyboards), with Brad Kemp (drums) added shortly thereafter. They recorded a demo and were picked up by Carrboro, North Carolina-based Mammoth Records in 1991. The band was unable to rerecord their material for their eponymous debut album, as the label released their demo as it was recorded.
Two years later, the band released Concentration. It continued their signature sound, but was more refined in the combination of beat- and bass-heavy riffs, with hard edged guitar. With the release of two videos, the band was able to get national-level MTV airplay, and join in the industrial rock wave that was ushered in by Nine Inch Nails.