Oh Sees - Drop
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Based on 16 reviews
2014 Ratings: #292 / 956
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Based on 87 ratings
2014 Ratings: #363
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April 19, 2014 / Release Date
LP / Format
Castle Face / Label
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This paved the way for the success of Mutilator Defeated at Last, and to me remains superior. I mean which would you rather trip to?... or uh be straight-edge to really hardcore?
Thee Oh Sees have been blending indie crunch rock and psychedelic rock better than anyone else since 2006. Their consistency is due to them releasing an album almost every year since then. The ability to produce as much music in such a short amount of time allows their creative flow to carry on from album to album. Drop is more of a continuation of Floating Coffin, but the sound and depth of their music make Drop sort of the pinnacle of their creative career.
Encrypted Bounce.
Thee Oh Sees come back and release an album of all the good things they've done in the past.

This album brings back the old psychedelic rock from past Oh Sees albums and does it the a new and exciting way. There are still great straightforward rock tunes, and a mix of great psychedelic tunes as well. It's a fun exciting listen and a good way for the Oh Sees to get back to their rythm and what made them so interesting.

Favs: Penetrating Eye, Savage Victory, Drop, Camera (Queer Sound), King's ... read more
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Track List

  1. Penetrating Eye
  2. Encrypted Bounce
  3. Savage Victory
  4. Put Some Reverb On My Brother
  5. Drop
  6. Camera (Queer Sound)
  7. King’s Noise
  8. Transparent World
  9. The Lens
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Added on: February 13, 2014