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Thee Oh Sees - Mutilator Defeated at Last mp3 download

Performer: Thee Oh Sees
Title: Mutilator Defeated at Last
Style: Indie Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Garage Punk,Neo-Psychedelia
Location: The Dock, Sacramento
Duration: 33:17
Released: May 19, 2015
Size MP3 version: 1189 mb
Size FLAC version: 1986 mb
Size WMA version: 1156 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 542
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Genre: Pop Rock

Thee Oh Sees - Mutilator Defeated at Last mp3 download


Mutilator Defeated at Last.

Mutilator Defeated at Last is the sixteenth studio album by the American psychedelic rock band Thee Oh Sees, released on May 18, 2015 on Castle Face Records. The album is the tenth to be released under the name, Thee Oh Sees. The album is the first to feature bass guitarist Tim Hellman, and the only studio album to feature drummer Nick Murray; both of whom joined the band to tour in support of its previous release, Drop (2014).

Mutilator Defeated at Last is Thee Oh Sees' first LP to be recorded with the band’s post-hiatus touring lineup, and it sounds a bit different from the old version of the group. The fuzz and grime have been peeled back a little, leaving room for more density and detail. Mutilator Defeated at Last. The album is the first to feature bass guitarist Tim Hellmam, and the only studio album to feature drummer Nick Murray; both of whom joined the band to tour in support of its previous release, Drop (2014)  . Mutilator Defeated At Last received widespread acclaim from music critics

Mutilator Defeated at Last is the sixteenth studio album by the American psychedelic rock band Thee Oh Sees, released on May 18, 2015 on Castle Face Records. The album is the first to feature bass guitarist Tim Hellman, and the only studio album to feature drummer Nick Murray; both of whom joined the band to tour in support of its previous release, Drop (2014)

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Genre: Psychedelic Rock. After Drop some might have expected Thee Oh Sees to continue to explore their softer side, Mutilator Defeated at Last confounds those expectations. Blows them up, really, in a giant fireball of guitars, noise, and psychedelic power.

but boy, it sure does it well. I can't help but be pulled towards this album's immediacy: it is absolutely self-aware

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Web Thee Oh Sees Thee Oh Sees 4:58
2 Withered Hand Thee Oh Sees Thee Oh Sees 3:30
3 Poor Queen Thee Oh Sees Thee Oh Sees 2:20
4 Turned Out Light Thee Oh Sees Thee Oh Sees 2:05
5 Lupine Ossuary Thee Oh Sees Thee Oh Sees 4:18
6 Sticky Hulks Thee Oh Sees Thee Oh Sees 6:50
7 Holy Smoke Thee Oh Sees Thee Oh Sees 2:40
8 Rogue Planet Thee Oh Sees Thee Oh Sees 1:56
9 Palace Doctor Thee Oh Sees Thee Oh Sees 4:40

Credits

Brigid Dawson - Vocals (Background)
John Dwyer - Guitar, Mellotron, Photography, Synthesizer, Vocals
Tim Hellman - Bass
Matthew Jones - Layout
Nick Murray - Drums
Tetsunori Tawaraya - Cover Art
Thee Oh Sees - Composer, Primary Artist
Chris Woodhouse - Engineer, Mellotron, Mixing, Percussion, Synthesizer
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A celebration of the heavier sounds of psychedelic rock circa late-60's-very-early 70's, Thee Oh Sees have recorded an album in Mutilator Defeated At Last that stands up with the very best music of that fertile, classic, and highly-experimental era. At various times in this concise LP Mutilator invites comparisons to the Doors, Jimi Hendrix, early Pink Floyd, Blue Cheer, even late-Beatles and The Cult (Love era). Legendary company indeed. But Mutilator Defeated At Last fits right in, not only in style of sound but in quality with the best work of that era. More importantly, it manages to sound more inspired-by psychedelic hard rock, than merely a mimicking revival. Thus Mutilator still sounds like it belongs in 2015, even if its 60's influences are clear. Like contemporary Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees creative force John Dwyer may be informed enough by punk-rock that its energy lines his music in a way that the original pre-punk psychedelic-era lacks.Outlet-store analysis aside, the rhythm section hums song after song with frentic drumming and a joyful, propulsive bass. This leaves Dwyer lots of room to go explore with his utterly-compelling guitar playing. Like Ty Segall, his vocals are more ethereal than powerful or emotive, and so its the music that is the star of the album.It doesn't take long into the memorable, hypnotic opener 'Web' before you know there is special music on this album. But the fantastic surprise of Mutilator is that the quality never really dies down. In Mutilator's 33 minutes, Thee Oh Sees have placed 9 songs with hardly an off moment to be heard. 'Withered Hand' and 'Poor Queen' continue to build momentum as the record progresses. But then the album really hits its high midway through: 'Turned Out Light' is Mutilator's most accessible song - energetic, concise, with a great riff. Then Mutilator really goes off the chain on the high-energy, acid rock freakout 'Lupine Ossuary', a wild companion of sorts to the similarly-driving 'Lupine Dominus' from their 2012 album 'Putrifiers II'. The next song simply had to bring the tempo and energy down, and 'Sticky Hulks' does so, but here Thee Oh Sees provide perhaps the song that makes Mutilator so great. The only long song on the album, it is a slow beautiful mood piece of alternating mellotron and guitar riffs, with ethereal vocals reminiscing of a late-Beatles classic. It juxtaposes well with the earlier parts of the album, and is the centerpiece around which Thee Oh Sees build this album.The remaining three songs of the album are quality, but perhaps don't provide as many memorable moments. No matter - by this point The Oh Sees have already delivered one of the best Rock records of the last ten years. This album is essential listening to any rock fan.