I Dont Believe You - The Thermals - Personal Life (CD, Album)


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2010
Label: Kill Rock Stars - KRS519 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK, Europe & US • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Indie Rock


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  1. Sep 07,  · It is a bit different from their previous albums though as it isn't as high energy (with the exception of "I Don't Believe You). I read somewhere else that this album is a "grower", and I would agree with that as I started to like the songs more the more I listened to them. Left this in the car cd player for a few weeks/5(12).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Thermals - Personal Life at Discogs. Complete your The Thermals collection/5(67).
  3. Personal Life by The Thermals, released 07 September 1. I'm Gonna Change Your Life 2. I Don't Believe You 3. Never Listen To Me 4. Not Like Any Other Feeling 5. Power Lies 6. Only For You 7. Alone, A Fool 8. Your Love Is So Strong 9. A Reflection You Changed My Life Over the course of seven years and four LP's, The Thermals have tackled a variety of subjects with no small amount of.
  4. A beautiful, turbulent experience that will hopefully leave you wiser in the ways of love and life. Personal Life is something of retro-technical achievement. Producer Chris Walla (Death Cab For Cutie, Tegan and Sara) recorded The Thermals the same way in which he produced their LP.
  5. Superb new album from The Thermals Over the course of seven years and four albums, The Thermals have tackled religion, politics, and death with no small amount of passion and fervour. With "Personal Life", their fifth album, The Thermals have battled (and perhaps even conquered) the deepest and darkest of all popular art themes - love.
  6. “I Don’t Believe You” proves to be one of the band’s most infectious up-tempo songs in quite some time, and “Power Lies” holds the center of the album together, largely on the soaring chorus. Not every song works, and the second half has a couple of forgettable songs, but on the whole, Personal Life succeeds.
  7. The Thermals' fourth album Now We Can See, was released on the label Kill Rock Stars and produced by John Congleton. Again, Foster worked as the percussionist on the album. Westin Glass joined the group as a drummer after the album was finished and is the current percussionist. The Thermals fifth album, Personal Life was released September 7,
  8. American punk/indie rock band formed in and based in Portland, Oregon. Disbanded in April Hutch Harris wrote and recorded the first The Thermals record, More Parts per Million, in the kitchen of his one-bedroom house in Southeast Portland in early Sub Pop heard the recording via Ben Gibbard of Death Cab For Cutie and The Postal Service, and signed The Thermals to a three.
  9. Mar 07,  · Personal Life Licensed to YouTube by Kill Rock Stars (on behalf of Kill Rock Stars); Terrorbird Publishing, Songtrust, CMRRA, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., and 8 Music Rights Societies.

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