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Vinyl LP pressing. 2009 release from this outfit led by John Dwyer, formerly of Coachwhips, Yikes, etc.) If you like what you see, do yourself a favor and check out this newest release from Thee Oh Sees. "Newest" because they've only been around for six albums--albeit in different incarnations, under several different names (OCS, the Oh Sees, et al.) with several different sounds. Formed in the wake of his more volatile commitments, Thee Oh Sees started as an extension of Dwyer's softer side. Their early recordings were somber and beautiful. Last year, Thee Oh Sees made an unexpected turn, delivering their wildest, weirdest, hardest-rocking record yet with The Master's Bedroom Is Worth Spending A Night In. Now, Thee Oh Sees have followed it with an even wilder, more hard-rocking record, Help.
Vinyl LP pressing. 2009 release from this outfit led by John Dwyer, formerly of Coachwhips, Yikes, etc.) If you like what you see, do yourself a favor and check out this newest release from Thee Oh Sees. "Newest" because they've only been around for six albums--albeit in different incarnations, under several different names (OCS, the Oh Sees, et al.) with several different sounds. Formed in the wake of his more volatile commitments, Thee Oh Sees started as an extension of Dwyer's softer side. Their early recordings were somber and beautiful. Last year, Thee Oh Sees made an unexpected turn, delivering their wildest, weirdest, hardest-rocking record yet with The Master's Bedroom Is Worth Spending A Night In. Now, Thee Oh Sees have followed it with an even wilder, more hard-rocking record, Help.
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Help [Vinyl]
Artist: Thee Oh Sees
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $19.99
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Vinyl LP pressing. 2009 release from this outfit led by John Dwyer, formerly of Coachwhips, Yikes, etc.) If you like what you see, do yourself a favor and check out this newest release from Thee Oh Sees. "Newest" because they've only been around for six albums--albeit in different incarnations, under several different names (OCS, the Oh Sees, et al.) with several different sounds. Formed in the wake of his more volatile commitments, Thee Oh Sees started as an extension of Dwyer's softer side. Their early recordings were somber and beautiful. Last year, Thee Oh Sees made an unexpected turn, delivering their wildest, weirdest, hardest-rocking record yet with The Master's Bedroom Is Worth Spending A Night In. Now, Thee Oh Sees have followed it with an even wilder, more hard-rocking record, Help.
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