Rancho Catastrophe

Terror Jr - Rancho Catastrophe
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November 20, 2020 / Release Date
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sleighbell
40
“Rancho Catastrophe”
Terror Jr

At one point in time, Terror Jr was my favorite band.
They were an underground poison-pop duo who made just bop after bop on all three of their EP’s.
Intelligently titled “Bop City, Bop 2, and Bop 3”
I found these EP’s to be liberating and fresh.
They packed in crisp production and funny, but sometimes emotional lyrics that actually sounded great.

Even on their debut full-length record “Unfortunately, Terror Jr” ... read more
yyouthful
48
With this album they are showing loyalty to their brand: A TERROR.

What the fuck. Terror Jr used to be so original.

This body of work is lazy and uninspired and the album cover ir pure trash.
edh38
63
this album was a huge disappointment. it seems like terror jr is just doing the same shit over and over again but getting worse and worse at it. i liked some of the singles, especially Mona Lisa, but the production is so cheap and basic and none of the songs are particularly unique or memorable. also what is with the two songs that just have random men singing and rapping? did not ask for that.

best tracks: Would It Make You Feel Better?, Rainbows Over Russia, Hit Me Back, Mona Lisa, ... read more
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Track List

  1. Underwater
  2. Finish Lines
  3. Would It Make You Feel Better?
  4. Rainbows Over Russia
  5. Fun
  6. Dinner Plate
  7. Running From The Sun
  8. Immortality
  9. Hit Me Back
  10. Mona Lisa
  11. Wait
  12. Bloody Waters
  13. Supernaturelle
  14. Flatline
  15. The Ride
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Added on: August 19, 2020