Honed by the immediacy of playing an 18-month cross-country tour in support of their debut album, New York City-based Secret Machines blend songcraft and melody with their acclaimed power to sculpt epic, dreamy, neo-psychedelic soundscapes on their second full-length album, Ten Silver Drops (2006). While still paying homage to experimentalist pop groups Kraftwerk, Neu and La Dusseldorf with effects laden, heavily processed guitars and primal, stomping drums, Secret Machines broaden their universe to reveal both the icy peaks and murky depths of their musical machinations. Out of print for over 10 years, Run Out Groove presents a new 180g 2LP Expanded Edition with a bonus LP of B-sides and rarities making their debut on vinyl. Sourced from the original masters with lacquers cut at Sam Phillips Recording Studio and pressed at Record Industry in the Netherlands. Housed in a numbered deluxe gatefold tip-on Stoughton sleeve.