Tin Machine II is an album by Tin Machine, originally released by Victory Music in 1991.
The band reconvened following their 1989 tour, recording most of the album before taking a rest while David Bowie conducted his solo Sound+Vision Tour and filmed The Linguini Incident.
In describing this album, Reeves Gabrels said “this album is as aggressive as the first one, but the songs are more melodic. Last time, we were screaming at the world. This time, I think, they’re all love songs in a strange kind of way.” Reeves joked that his playing style was something his friends called “modal chromaticism, which is ‘any note you want as long as you end on a right note.