That's a lot of material to condense into a couple of hours so one would like to think that, having got that Metal Machine Music malarky out of his system, he will concentrate on the VU favourites along with songs from his first three solo albums.
What does M3 stand for?
M3 stands for Metal Machine Music (gaming)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 9 other meanings of M3 in our Acronym Attic
- Mpeg 2 Video (file extension)
- Mechatronics and Machine Vision in Practice (conference)
- Multi Modal Verification for Teleservices and Security Applications
- Marketing to Women (conference)
- [not an acronym] economic indicator showing changes in manufacturing (manufacturers' shipments, inventories, and orders)
- Cubic Meter(s)
- Maintenance & Materiel Management
- Major Third (musical)
- Marvelous Three (band)
- Mega Man Mush (anime/game)
Samples in periodicals archive:
LOU REED - METAL MACHINE MUSIC MORE of a challenge than a serious musical composition, Lou Reed's album of noise was widely regarded as a joke upon its initial release, given the critical respect his previous work had garnered.
LOU REED METAL MACHINE MUSIC A remastered version of the 1975 double album that consists entirely of guitar feedback played at different speeds and which many people considered a joke when it was first released.
Byline: by Paul Cole, Anuji Varma, Jack Daniels & David Brookes WHEN Reed's Metal Machine Music was first released in 1975, the fans were bemused by the extended feedback squalls, amplifier hums and tortured screeches.
Perhaps Tabor has Reed's entire back catalogue, Metal Machine Music et al), but one thing is for certain: Walkonthewildside, the horse, is proving far more consistent of late than the quality of Reed's musical output.
The band plays gasoline-powered punk and metal machine music.
Post Velvet Underground, Reed embarked on a successful solo career in which he continued to challenge prevailing forms with breakthrough albums such as Berlin (1973); Metal Machine Music (1975), and Magic And Loss (1992).
Fire Music could have been lifted from the notorious Metal Machine Music and shows that Reed's art credentials are still up to scratch.