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When I Died - The Thermals - Now We Can See (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ When I Died - The Thermals - Now We Can See (CD, Album)

  1. May 01,  · Even with the year not even being halfway, I dare say this one is likely to become the best album of the year. The intensity of the Thermals is seldom heard and the songs on "Now we can see" are better than you can imagine. I often read the Thermals lack originality, but I can not think of another band sounding like them/5(11).
  2. American punk/indie rock band formed in and based in Portland, Oregon. Disbanded in April Hutch Harris wrote and recorded the first The Thermals record, More Parts per Million, in the kitchen of his one-bedroom house in Southeast Portland in early Sub Pop heard the recording via Ben Gibbard of Death Cab For Cutie and The Postal Service, and signed The Thermals to a three.
  3. Thermal mainstays Hutch Harris and Kathy Foster recorded Now We Can See as a duo, as they did on 's The Body, The Blood, The Machine. Foster performed all drums and bass (and sang for the first time on a Thermals record), while Harris sang lead and played guitar/5(11).
  4. I read somewhere else that this album is a "grower", and I would agree with that as I started to like the songs more the more I listened to them. Left this in the car cd player for a few weeks. If you like alternative music, give The Thermals a shot. It's one of the two CDs I've bought all year, and I can't wait to see what they do next/5(12).
  5. Here you can buy and download music mp3 The Thermals. You can buy latest album Personal Life - The Thermals. Listen online 10 songs from Now We Can See - The Thermals.
  6. Apr 13,  · The Thermals' "Now We Can See" begins with guitarist Hutch Harris sloughing off his physical form and returning to the ocean in a fit of willful devolution and rebirth. It .
  7. Oct 22,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Thermals - Full Performance (Live on KEXP) YouTube The Thermals - Full Performance (Live on KEXP) - Duration: KEXP 34, views.
  8. May 13,  · Now We Can See, an Album by The Thermals. Released 7 April on Kill Rock Stars (catalog no. KRSCD ; CD). Genres: Indie Rock, Power Pop/5(27).

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