Coke Machine Glow
|Coke Machine Glow|
|Studio album by|
|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. The book included photographs by Toronto based artist, Michael Adamson. 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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