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Magnolia Thunderpussy

Limited vinyl LP pressing. 2016 release from the San Francisco-based post-punk band. "Hermetically sealed punk broadcast from a bunker. This guitar is untying a knot of wires; vocals like watching a fight where two men exchange tit-for-tat face blows. Surgical drums; bass grown under glass. The occasional synthesizer like you didn't know you were thirsty till water crossed your lips. Wound tight, lock-jawed; no rust on these gears. Chilly production crystallizes these post-apocalyptic poems from San Francisco." - John Dwyer.
Limited vinyl LP pressing. 2016 release from the San Francisco-based post-punk band. "Hermetically sealed punk broadcast from a bunker. This guitar is untying a knot of wires; vocals like watching a fight where two men exchange tit-for-tat face blows. Surgical drums; bass grown under glass. The occasional synthesizer like you didn't know you were thirsty till water crossed your lips. Wound tight, lock-jawed; no rust on these gears. Chilly production crystallizes these post-apocalyptic poems from San Francisco." - John Dwyer.
814867021289

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: CASTLEFACE
Rel. Date: 05/06/2016
UPC: 814867021289

Impulses
Artist: Synthetic Id
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $22.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Blind Spots
2. The Shape Is Drawn
3. The Caged Brain
4. Replacement Parts
5. A False Awakening
6. Note for Note
7. Is the Day Done
8. Ciphers
9. Changing Frequencies
10. Silhouettes
11. Forced Exhalations
12. An Interpose
13. I See Patterns

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Limited vinyl LP pressing. 2016 release from the San Francisco-based post-punk band. "Hermetically sealed punk broadcast from a bunker. This guitar is untying a knot of wires; vocals like watching a fight where two men exchange tit-for-tat face blows. Surgical drums; bass grown under glass. The occasional synthesizer like you didn't know you were thirsty till water crossed your lips. Wound tight, lock-jawed; no rust on these gears. Chilly production crystallizes these post-apocalyptic poems from San Francisco." - John Dwyer.
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