Warm Machine

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"Warm Machine"
Bush warm machine.jpg
Single by Bush
from the album The Science of Things
Released 11 February 2000
Format

CD, 7"

B-side = swallowed (live)
Recorded 1999
Genre Post-grunge
Length 4:25 (Album Version)
3:46 (Radio Version)
Label Trauma/Interscope
Songwriter(s) Gavin Rossdale
Producer(s) Clive Langer/Alan Winstanley/Rossdale
Bush singles chronology
"The Chemicals Between Us"
(2000)
"Warm Machine"
(2000)
"Letting the Cables Sleep"
(2001)
"The Chemicals Between Us"
(2000)
"Warm Machine"
(2000)
"Letting the Cables Sleep"
(2001)
Alternative cover
UK CD 2 Cover
UK CD 2 Cover

"Warm Machine" is a song by British rock band Bush. It was released on 11 February 2000 as the second single from the band's third album, The Science of Things (1999).

Music video[edit]

The video was directed by Russel Thomas and Steve Jones on 18 December 1999, the live footage is taken from a show which took place at the Bayfront Amphitheratre in Miami, Florida on 18 December, while the sections of the video with the band playing on a dark stage were filmed in a London studio. The song was actually played twice at the Miami show.[1]

Commercial performance[edit]

Although the song was not as successful as the other singles from "The Science of Things", only managing to reach #38 on the U.S. Alternative Songs chart and #16 on the U.S. Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, the song became the band's third most successful song in their native Britain (behind Swallowed and Greedy Fly) reaching #45 on the UK Singles Chart.

Track listing[edit]

  • UK CD 1 Single 4972752 (Cardsleeve)
    1. "Warm Machine (Radio Version)" - 3:48
    2. "Swallowed (Live at Molson Centre In Montreal)" - 5:06
    3. "In a Lonely Place (Tricky Mix)" - 7:32
  • UK CD 2 Single 4973532 (Cardsleeve)
    1. "Warm Machine"
    2. "Warm Machine (Radio Version)"
    3. "Greedy Fly (Live In Montreal)"
    4. "The Chemicals Between Us (Original Demo Version)"

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2000) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart[2] 45
US Alternative Songs (Billboard)[3] 38
US Mainstream Rock (Billboard)[4] 16

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