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My Sister's Machine was an American rock band from Seattle, Washington, formed in 1989. Its members were Nick Pollock lead vocals, guitar, Owen Wright guitar, Chris Ivanovich bass guitar, and Chris Gohde drums. This band recorded and released two albums, Diva and Wallflower, before they broke up in 1994. They reunited in 2010 to headline the Layne Staley Tribute and Benefit Concert that year as Pollock had previously played guitar in an early incarnation of Alice in Chains, the glam metal band. Diva is the debut studio album by the American grunge band My Sister's Machine. Before the formation of My Sister's Machine, singer and lyricist Nick Pollock had played guitar in an early incarnation of Alice in Chains with vocalist Layne Staley they called themselves Alice N' Chains. When that band broke up on friendly terms in 1987, Pollock played for a year with older musicians in a funk band. In 1989, he formed MSM along with guitarist Owen Wright, bassist Chris Ivanovich, and drummer Chris Gohde. Listen to music from My Sister's Machine like Wasting Time, I'm Sorry & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from My Sister's Machine. Latest release. Play album. Popular this week. Wasting Time. 2 listeners. Skip to YouTube video. 7 photos. My Sister's Machine from United States. The top ranked albums by My Sister's Machine are Diva and Wallflower. My Sister's Machine. Release , Vocals, Guitar Nick Pollock. Booking ICM 2, Shelley Shaw. Crew Eric Elms, Mike Osterfeld. Design Carolyn Quan, Studio Q. Engineer Larry Brewer. Engineer Eric Elms, Mike Osterfeld. Legal J. Eugene Salomon , Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp. Producer Larry Brewer, My Sister's Machine. Tour Manager Wayne Carter. Recorded at Studio D, Sausalito, California. Mixed at Smart Studios, Madison, Wisconsin. Random Album. Random Song. Random Translation. Albums by Release Year. Compilation Series. Hidden categories, Albums by Artist. Albums by My Sister's Machine. Category page. Talk 0. This category lists all albums by the artist My Sister's Machine. go to songs. All items 2. My Sister's Machine were formed in Seattle, United States in 1989, at a time when the grunge movement was gaining strength. Because they fit into the genre relatively well, they quickly found a major label Caroline to sign to, before releasing their debut album, Diva in 1992, which, despite the demand for everything grunge at the time, did not sell well. They moved to Chameleon soon after, releasing another commercially-unsuccessful album, Wallflower in 1993. This was to be their last, however, and they split up in 1994. MEMBERS : Nick Pollock - vocals, guitar. My Sister's Machine are one of the inexplicably unsuccessful bands of the early nineties grunge scene. In Seattle, they were club-fillers along with Nirvana , Mudhoney and green river at the turn of the decade, and their first album Diva was a fine, more conventionally hard rockin' album, albeit with cartoon-terribly lyrics. Walls of guitars, everywhere, particularly crackin' new ground and Inside, lots of light and shade seasoned with power riffing in tracks like Empty Room makes THIS listener wonder why they never made it HUGE. Better tunes by far than Pearl Jam for example, and barely a riff stolen from anywhere else over the whole album