Download St. Rosa And The Swallows - The Thermals - The Body The Blood The Machine (CD, Album)
Label: Sub Pop - SPCD 703 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock


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8 thoughts on “ St. Rosa And The Swallows - The Thermals - The Body The Blood The Machine (CD, Album)
  1. Jucage says:
    Aug 22,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Body The Blood The Machine on Discogs/5(37).
  2. Taubar says:
    Aug 22,  · The band's third album, The Body, The Blood, The Machine, its single biggest strength-- this isn't the first time the Thermals have gotten "St. Rosa and the Swallows /
  3. Tomi says:
    Sep 15,  · referencing The Body The Blood The Machine, LP, Ltd, RE, Spl, SP this year when the thermals announced a ten year anniversary pressing I knew I'd have to get my hands on it somehow but when I got the chance it somehow sold out online. i happened to stumble upon this one at sonic boom in Toronto months later and it was the only copy of the /5().
  4. Tygoran says:
    The Body, the Blood, the Machine is the third studio album by American indie rock band The album was released on August 22, on Sub Pop Records, and was produced by Fugazi's Brendan abwintusurpciderc.recpuacolracepfulilesgahimontbi.coing to the band's official website, "the album tells the story of a young couple who must flee a United States governed by fascist faux-Christians."Genre: Indie rock, post-punk revival.
  5. Grosho says:
    Als ich das neue Album der Thermals: The Body the Blood the Machine zum ersten Mal hörte, war ich erstmal ein bisschen enttäuscht und wusste nicht so recht was ich damit anfangen sollte. Vermisste ich doch die krachenden, wummernden Ohrwürmer aus den beiden ersten Alben, die auf dieser Platte eher zu den Seltenheiten gehören/5(42).
  6. Meztigul says:
    On The Body, the Blood, the Machine, the Thermals' third album, the band takes another step away from the inspired lo-fi racket of their debut, More Parts Per Million, and a giant leap further into they did on their previous album, Fuckin A, the band has streamlined their sound more and cleaned up the sonic mess that gave their debut such a dose of live wire electricity.
  7. Arashishura says:
    The Blood, The Body, The Machine is not a complex album, and it doesn't try to hide it. Right off the opening track, you know that A - they don't like church, B - they don't like their dad, and C - they are unashamedly pop punk. Isn't that what punk is supposed to be, though? No need for complex song arrangements or conceptual themes, just some guitars, drums, and a rage against any given machine.
  8. Jutilar says:
    Aug 22,  · Editors’ Notes Portland, Oregon’s Thermals play the sort of politically-charged, lo-fi inspired (if no longer technologically so) punk-pop that’s come to define the raw ends of the underground/ alternative rock movement circa They’re plenty angry at the way the world acts around them (“Here’s Your Future,” “I Might Need You To Kill”) and it’s reflected in their.

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