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2010 release from the ridiculously prolific Bay Area band. Warm Slime is guaranteed to please fans of their whacked-out Garage/Psych/Punk jams. Recorded by Sacramento sultan of sound Chris Woodhouse, Warm Slime carries on in the same tradition as the group's previous release, Help, showcasing their more electrified and rocking side, in comparison to other recent home-recorded releases. The centerpiece is undoubtedly the mind-bending title track, which clocks in at nearly 14 minutes and takes up the entirety of the album's first side. It's a Psychedelic epic of 'Inna Gadda Da Vida' proportions! John Dwyer's guitar playing is at its quadra-spazzed best here, and the vocal interplay with Brigid Dawson gives it a B-52s-at-their-least-cheesy-crossed-with-the-Troggs vibe. The results are stunning.
2010 release from the ridiculously prolific Bay Area band. Warm Slime is guaranteed to please fans of their whacked-out Garage/Psych/Punk jams. Recorded by Sacramento sultan of sound Chris Woodhouse, Warm Slime carries on in the same tradition as the group's previous release, Help, showcasing their more electrified and rocking side, in comparison to other recent home-recorded releases. The centerpiece is undoubtedly the mind-bending title track, which clocks in at nearly 14 minutes and takes up the entirety of the album's first side. It's a Psychedelic epic of 'Inna Gadda Da Vida' proportions! John Dwyer's guitar playing is at its quadra-spazzed best here, and the vocal interplay with Brigid Dawson gives it a B-52s-at-their-least-cheesy-crossed-with-the-Troggs vibe. The results are stunning.
759718518627

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Format: CD
Label: IRED
Catalog: 186
Rel. Date: 05/11/2010
UPC: 759718518627

Warm Slime
Artist: Thee Oh Sees
Format: CD
New: In Stock $15.98
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2010 release from the ridiculously prolific Bay Area band. Warm Slime is guaranteed to please fans of their whacked-out Garage/Psych/Punk jams. Recorded by Sacramento sultan of sound Chris Woodhouse, Warm Slime carries on in the same tradition as the group's previous release, Help, showcasing their more electrified and rocking side, in comparison to other recent home-recorded releases. The centerpiece is undoubtedly the mind-bending title track, which clocks in at nearly 14 minutes and takes up the entirety of the album's first side. It's a Psychedelic epic of 'Inna Gadda Da Vida' proportions! John Dwyer's guitar playing is at its quadra-spazzed best here, and the vocal interplay with Brigid Dawson gives it a B-52s-at-their-least-cheesy-crossed-with-the-Troggs vibe. The results are stunning.
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