|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||One Last Laugh In A Place Of Dying...||14||Audio||1994-09-12|
|3||Scenes From The Second Storey||13||Audio||1993-02-08|
|4||One Last Laugh In A Place Of Dying...||13||Audio||1994-09-12|
|8||The Desert Song EP||4||Audio||1992-05-26|
|9||Scenes From The Second Storey||13||Audio||1993-02-08|
|10||Scenes From The Second Storey||13||Audio||1993-02-08|
|12||Scenes From The Second Storey||13||Audio||1993||Fiction Records|
|13||One Last Laugh In A Place Of Dying...||14||Audio||2010-03-30|
|14||Scenes From The Second Storey||13||Audio||1993|
|15||Scenes From The Second Storey||13||Audio||1992||Polygram|
|17||Scenes From The Second Storey||13||Audio||2010|
|18||One Last Laugh In A Place Of Dying...||13||Audio||1994|
Atmospheric hard-rock/heavy metal band from San-Diego which ended up relocating to England. They were active from the early 90s to 1994 and fell apart due to the sudden death of bassist Jimmy Fernandez. After his death, [r=403449] was released and both Robin and Ronald went their separate ways soon afterward.
Ronald Austin is not in the music business any longer, while Robin is recording with his main band [a=Sophia (3)] as well as working on other projects like May Queens and running his own label [l=The Flower Shop Recordings]. Sophia recorded "Desert Song No. 2" for their album "People Are Like Seasons" which is an homage of sorts to the legacy of The God Machine, as well as a tribute to Jimmy.