February 2014 National Music Reviews

Review: Thee Oh Sees – Singles Collection Vol. 3

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Thee Oh Sees
Singles Collection Vol. 3
Castle Face Records
Street: 11.26.13
Thee Oh Sees = The Gories + Ty Segall
I was pretty stoked about this release, if only because I finally have a digital version of my favorite song by Thee Oh Sees, “Crushed Grass” (specifically the version off of the Bruise Cruise split 7” with Ty Segall). Another track to check out is the 7:34 version of the two-minute song “Block of Ice” off of the album The Master’s Bedroom Is Worth Spending A Night In. This collection of singles is a treat for any John Dwyer fan, featuring alternate and live versions of a handful of songs featured on previous albums. Due to the disjointed nature of a collection of singles, it might not be the best introduction album for new listeners, but Thee Oh Sees have yet to release anything bad and this is no exception. –Cody Hudson
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