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Thee Oh Sees - An Odd Entrances Album

Thee Oh Sees - An Odd Entrances Album

Performer: Thee Oh Sees
Title: An Odd Entrances
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Garage Rock
Released: 2016
Cat#: BRGR01088, LPOP00273
Country: US
Label: Burger Records, Lolipop Records
Size MP3 version: 2693 mb
Size FLAC version: 1970 mb
Size WMA version: 2070 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 460
Genre: Rock

Thee Oh Sees - An Odd Entrances Album


Tracklist

1At The End, On The Stairs
2You Will Find It Here
3The Poem

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CF 085Thee Oh Sees An Odd Entrances ‎(CD, MiniAlbum)Castle FaceCF 085US2016
CF-085Thee Oh Sees An Odd Entrances ‎(LP, Album)Castle FaceCF-085US2016
CF-085, CF085RTThee Oh Sees An Odd Entrances ‎(LP, Album, Cok + Flexi, 7", S/Sided, Yel + Ltd)Castle Face, Castle FaceCF-085, CF085RTUK2016
CF 085Thee Oh Sees An Odd Entrances ‎(LP, Ltd, TP)Castle FaceCF 085US2016
CF-085Thee Oh Sees An Odd Entrances ‎(LP, Album, Blo + Flexi, 7", S/Sided, Tra + Ltd)Castle FaceCF-085US2016

Notes

Purchased from merch table at a show on 11/10. Red cassette, green label. Only contains 3 out of 6 songs from the album.

Album

An Odd Entrances' is out on November 18 via Castle Face Recors Tracklist: 01. You Will Find It Here 00:00 02. Where A Weird Exits was a pummeling bruiser, An Odd Entrances lets Thee Oh Sees' members wander artily through alternately jittery and hypnotic jams. At just 30 minutes, Odd Entrances is the eighteenth studio album by the American garage rock band Thee Oh Sees, released on 18 November 2016 by Castle Face Records. The album was recorded during the same sessions as the band's previous album, A Weird Exits, released three months previously. The album is the band's last with the drummer Ryan Moutinho, who left the band two days before its release, and is also their last album released under the name Thee Oh Sees. An Odd Entrances by Oh Sees, released 18 November 2016 1. You Will Find It Here 2. The Poem 3. Jammed Exit 4. At The End 5. Unwrap The Fiend, Pt. Nervous Tech Nah John From the same misty mountain top tape spool as Augusts A Weird Exits , Thee Oh Sees bring us a companion LP titled An Odd Entrances. From the same misty mountain top tape spool as Augusts A Weird Exits , Thee Oh Sees bring us a companion LP titled An Odd Entrances. Songs in album Thee Oh Sees - An Odd Entrances 2016. Thee Oh Sees - You Will Find It Here. Thee Oh Sees - The Poem. Thee Oh Sees - Jammed Exit. Thee Oh Sees - At The End, On The Stairs. Thee Oh Sees - Unwrap The Fiend, Pt. Thee Oh Sees - Nervous Tech Nah John. Thee Oh Sees still slosh through guitar-focused work - Unwrap the Fiend Pt. 1 features some of their catchiest riffs since 2013s Floating Coffin - that encourage beer chugging, but its less raucous. With this, An Odd Entrances captures the cool breeze of 60s psych. The whispered harmonies on At the End, On the Stairs , guest starring Dawson, nod to acts like The Zombies without getting overtly cheesy. I was crushed on lovely Linda A long, long time ago, Dwyer sings, a coy tone under his words. Thee Oh Sees' third album of 2016, An Odd Entrances, is a companion to their first album of the year, A Weird Exits, recorded at the same sessions but set aside for later use. A live album was sandwiched in between. The six tracks expand on the sonic adventurism present on A Weird Exits, going farther out on the free-form instrumental jams and farther in on the introspective pastoral ballads. An Odd Entrances arrived fast, even by Thee Oh Sees standards. The Bay Area-born psych band has always worked at a feverish clip-at least an album a year, in additions to shelves of singles, EPs, rarities and miscellany-but their 18th and latest studio full-length follows its predecessor A Weird Exits by a mere three months for the truly impatient fan, theyd also released a live album just a. Though its not a force of nature like the other LPs Thee Oh Sees have produced since returning from their farcically brief 2013 hiatus, Odd Entrances more than keeps their streak alive. Summary: The third release in 2016 for the rock band led by John Dwyer is a companion album to A Weird Exits featuring six tracks recorded from the same sessions. Buy On. Record Label: Castle Face. An Odd Entrances. Garage Rock. Band Name Thee Oh Sees. Album Name An Odd Entrances. Type Album. Released date 2016. Labels Castle Face Records Burger Records Lolipop Records. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Thee Oh Sees. An Odd Entrances, 2016. You Will Find It Here, 05:58. The Poem, 03:20

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Does anyone know why this doesn't have the full album? And why is there about 30 minutes of blank tape in between sides?