Label: Polydor - 28MM 0465 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: Funk, Jazz-Funk, New Wave
World Machine is the sixth studio album by British pop group Level 42released in It was the band's breakthrough album internationally and features one of their most successful singles, " Something About You ". This release marked a transition from their jazz-funk beginnings to the funky pop they are best known for - a transition which eventually resulted in the departure of drummer Phil Gould subsequent to the release of their follow up album Running in the Family.
The album features the singles "Something About You" the band's only American top 10 hit, peaking at number 7, and a success internationally and "Leaving Me Now".
Also featured is "Physical Presence", the song from which the name for their first live record was taken. The album was re-released in as a 2-CD set also including the band's previous album, True Colours. InWorld Machine was re-released as a 2-CD remastered Deluxe Edition containing several remixes and live versions as bonus tracks.
The cover photo is of Hafnarfjall, a mountain in west Iceland. It was also the band's first album to enter the US Billboardpeaking at number 18 and staying on the chart for 36 weeks. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Level New wave  World Machine - Level 42 - World Machine jazz-funk. Retrieved 1 September — via Amazon. Retrieved 1 September CD edition Discogs. Hidden categories: Articles with short description Articles with hAudio microformats.
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