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    I Come From The Mountain - Thee Oh Sees - Live In San Francisco (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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    1. Kigakinos

      Jul 27,  · If you are a Thee Oh Sees fan, Live In San Francisco is a must own. The songs come to life in this settling like on the grooving “Sticky Hulks.” I swear the guitar came through the speakers and punched me in the face. These type of moments “live” propel this album and show why Thee Oh Sees are one of most regarded underground indie.
    2. Fezil

      Thee Oh Sees are one of the more prolific bands around, cranking out album after album of damn good garage rock that's noisy, hooky, and whip smart. The band's leader, Jon Dwyer, is also a blazing hot guitarist -- his way with a chunky, blown-out riff is magical, and his solos are like barely controlled bradarrockseekersilvergrove.xyzinfo skills come through dazzlingly enough on studio albums; on 's live album 8/
    3. Meztigor

      Thee Oh Sees' collection lands July 1 through Castle Face, and marks the first double-LP instalment in the Live in San Francisco series. It features 11 tunes captured over three concerts at Bay.
    4. Miran

      Jul 01,  · Plus, it just always seemed more like an album that was a tad too long for a standard LP, but nobody wants to put out a inch and a 7-inch (or worse, a double LP with an etched side D), so you master it at 45 to stretch it. In this case, Thee Oh Sees’ Live In San Francisco is bigger than any live album has any right to sound. Live LPs.
    5. Grojora

      Apr 03,  · Live in San Francisco, an Album by Thee Oh Sees. Released 1 July on Castle Face (catalog no. CF; Vinyl LP). Genres: Garage Punk, Psychedelic Rock. Featured peformers: John Dwyer (guitar, vocals, synthesizer, recording engineer), Tim Hellman (bass), Dan Rincon (drums), Ryan Moutinho (drums), Chris Woodhouse (recording engineer), Eric Bauer (recording engineer), Bob 4/5(6).

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