The Incredible Machine

The Incredible Machine

by Sugarland


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Grammy-winning country duo Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush of Sugarland present their highly anticipated fourth studio album, The Incredible Machine. Nettles and Bush co-wrote the entire record, which is co-produced with Byron Gallimore and boasts the lead single "Stuck Like Glue."

"'Stuck Like Glue' is just pure, unashamed Sugar-fun!" exclaims Nettles. "It sticks in your brain, no pun intended. To me, it feels young, hip, and of course sassy!" From the Label

Product Details

Release Date: 10/19/2010
Label: Mercury Nashville
UPC: 0602527492773
catalogNumber: 001475802
Rank: 12194

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Sugarland   Primary Artist
Paul Bushnell   Bass
Matt Chamberlain   Percussion,Drums,Hi Hat
Dan Dugmore   Electric Guitar
Kristian Bush   Acoustic Guitar,Mandolin,Electric Guitar,Vocals
Brandon Bush   Organ,Piano,Accordion,Keyboards
Jennifer Nettles   Piano,Vocals
Shy Carter   Percussion
Travis McNabb   Percussion,Drums

Technical Credits

Byron Gallimore   Producer
Kristian Bush   Composer,Producer
Brandon Bush   Programming
Erik Lutkins   Engineer
Jennifer Nettles   Composer,Producer
Tom Tapley   Engineer
Sara Lesher   Engineer
Shy Carter   Composer
Andrew Schubert   Engineer
Brad Townsend   Engineer
Steven Morrison   Engineer

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The Incredible Machine 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
kae10 More than 1 year ago
I love this CD. It is not country thats for sure, but it is upbeat and fun. I first heard some of the songs in concert and received the CD as a gift. I think this is the first CD I've ever owned that I really like each and every song. If you're looking for their traditional country style then you may be disappointed. It has a pop music twist. I plan on buying a couple for gifts this holiday. If your willing to hear Sugarland in a new style, I recommend this CD.
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jkbMO More than 1 year ago
I'm a huge fan of Sugarland, but I was disappointed with this CD. Several of the songs seem to repeat the same lyrics over and over, and while there are a couple really good ones, it doesn't live up to Twice the Speed of Life or Enjoy the Ride and it doesn't have the depth of Love on the Inside. It's an ok CD, but the others are much better.
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I am a HUGE Sugarland fan and was SOOO excited when this album was released, but I have to say I am really disappointed. The first couple songs on the album are good, but not great. Doesn't really sound like a "country" album either. Sugarland is so good at telling stories through their music, meaningful, true stories. Don't feel like this CD accomplished that at all. It seems as if in all the songs, they repeat the chorus over and over again, instead of the songs having substance. Not a fan of this album.
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