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Coke Machine Glow was the first solo album released by Gordon Downie, the singer for The Tragically Hip. It was released in 2001. Gordon Downie is a Canadian rock musician from Kingston, Ontario. ... The Tragically Hip is a Canadian rock band from Kingston, Ontario. ... See also: 2000 in music, 2001 in music (UK), other events of 2001, 2002 in music, 2000s in music and the list of years in music // Events January 1 - Comeback of Guns N Roses in House of Blues January 1 - Hum disbands. ...


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.


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Track Listing

  1. Starpainters
  2. Vancouver Divorce
  3. SF Song
  4. Trick Rider
  5. Canada Geese
  6. Chancellor
  7. The Never-Ending Present
  8. Nothing But Heartache in Your Social Life
  9. Blackflies
  10. Lofty Pines
  11. Boy Bruised by Butterfly Chase
  12. Mystery
  13. Elaborate
  14. Yer Possessed
  15. Every Irrevelance
  16. Insomniacs of the World, Goodnight

cokemachineglow is a website purchased because of Gordon Downie's poem of the same name. It began as a personal website between the author and a friend, developing into a music review site.


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Coke Machine Glow - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (140 words)
Coke Machine Glow was the first solo album released by Gordon Downie, the singer for The Tragically Hip.
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.
Daily Vault - August 13, 2001 (525 words)
Coke Machine Glow, Downie's first solo effort, is somewhat reminiscent of the work he's done with The Tragically Hip...
The other difficulty with Coke Machine Glow is that Downie is not able to maintain the level of musical creativity and interest on the second half of the disc.
Coke Machine Glow is an album that tries, and Downie does a halfway decent job of making his own voice heard.
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