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Thermals

More Parts Per Million

Sub Pop 622

Released on March 4, 2003


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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 It's Trivia  3%
2 Brace And Break Voted #1  14%
3 No Culture Icons Voted #2  14%
4 Goddamn The Light  11%
5 Out Of The Old And Thin  0%
6 I Know The Pattern Voted #3  14%
7 Time To Lose  3%
8 My Little Machine  6%
9 Overgrown, Overblown!  14%
10 A Passing Feeling  8%
11 Back To Gray  6%
12 Born Dead  6%
13 An Endless Supply  3%
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Ivan from Paris, France 
Jul 2 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This band is absolutely amazing, and this album illustrates this perfectly.

Yes the sound is kinda harsh (but very "charming"), but hey it is surprising for a band that claims (or at least claimed itself) "no-fi"? Never two voices at the same time, never more than one guitar "layer" ( i don't know if this is the right word to use but you get the idea anyway), this cd is really stripped down, which is quite rare nowadays.

And also, they're an amazing live band. Just buy the cd.

Fuckin A is a great album too. Buy it...and thank me.



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Daniel from Orlando, FL 
Mar 3 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

The album is pretty good...2,4 & 7 are really really great songs...The recording is harsh...I suspect they wanted that sound...It is a bit of punk with Indie ideas.





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