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Melted

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Finger
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Caeser
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Girlfriend
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Sad Fuzz
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Melted
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Mike D's Coke
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Imaginary Person
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My Sunshine
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Bees
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Mrs.
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Alone
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 30:35

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we'll try sniffing it next...

sameoldparadise

i played this for my grandpa...... you know that hair growing out of his ears?....... gone...... totally gone....... i think he and grandma had sex that night too.....

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Infectious...

ecg150

...was a bit late to this, but no matter, Ty Segall has created an excellent modern-day mashup of punk/alt/rock. Feel free to pogo to your hearts content.

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End to end solid

MisterRee

Noisy, catchy and energetic. If people, instead of corporations, were in charge of the airwaves, this would be at the top of the charts. Pop music for lovers of both rock and roll.

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fuzzy

Jack67

I like my distortion with fuzz, this album needs a shave, great stuff!

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Me and Ty See Eye to Eye!

-00C26F62

This is for people who know what Rock N' Roll is about. Throw some Beatles haze in a blender with ample amounts of feedback and noise. I played Girlfriend for my wife and she was blown away. Luckily I had taped her socks on! Thanks EVAC for the heads up.

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Best Ty Segall release yet!

EVAC

Hands down the best, and yet all of Ty's releases are outstanding. If you're new to Ty, start here. If you're already a fan, your socks are gonna be blown clean off. Better tape them on before listening. ***** + *

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