Coke Machine Glow
|Coke Machine Glow|
|Studio album by Gordon Downie|
|Released||3 July 2001|
|Genre||Alternative rock, Spoken Word|
|Producer||Gordon Downie, Josh Finlayson, Steven Drake|
|Gordon Downie chronology|
Early copies of the album were released as a joint package with a book by Downie, also titled Coke Machine Glow. The book included the song lyrics from the album and other poetry. As a result of the album's sales, the book is one of the best-selling volumes of poetry ever published by a Canadian writer.
An online music publication formed in 2002 was named after the album.
All tracks written by Gord Downie unless otherwise noted.
- "Starpainters" (Downie, Morningstar)
- "Vancouver Divorce"
- "SF Song"
- "Trick Rider"
- "Canada Geese"
- "The Never-Ending Present"
- "Nothing but Heartache in Your Social Life" (Downie, Egoyan)
- "Lofty Pines"
- "Boy Bruised by Butterfly Chase" (Perez, Downie)
- "Mystery" (Downie, Egoyan)
- "Yer Possessed"
- "Every Irrelevance"
- "Insomniacs of the World, Goodnight" (Downie, Morningstar)
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