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Psychiatric Metaphors - 33 Thorne Street FLAC album

Performer: Psychiatric Metaphors
Genre: Rock
Title: 33 Thorne Street
Released: 2015
Style: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Punk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1745 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1905 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1340 mb
Rating: 4.5
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33 Thorne Street by Psychiatric Metaphors, released 03 April 2015 There's a green house, on the hill, it once, was filled, but now they say, demons will play. They won't, Show you, any real proof, you've heard, the tales, 9 dead no trails. 33 Thorne Street, no one has the key. There's a green house, down the street, theres a red door, but no key, everyone says, stay away, theres a guard dog, with no chain. I know a girl, who sits inside, all the lights, glowing eyes, through the window. late at night, i can see her, counting time

Psychiatric Metaphors performing "33 Thorne Street" at The Seed Gallery in Newark, NJ Fuzzed out Psych punk for you daily viewing pleasures. Video by David Jensen. Get the album 33 Thorne Street on cassette through King Pizza Records at kingpizzarecords. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.

33 Thorne Street is the debut studio album from the American punk rock band Psychiatric Metaphors. The eight-track album was released on cassette tape and digital download with King Pizza Records, on 3 April 2015. Songs and production are by Samuel Taylor, and it was recorded in Jersey City, New Jersey. It is a described as "crunchy retro," and the album draws comparison to the music of the Ramones, 13th Floor Elevators, Sonic Youth, and Golden Animals.

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Psychiatric Metaphors is the first EP from the American punk rock band Psychiatric Metaphors. The vinyl issue contains the first four tracks of the EP. Recording and production is by Samuel Taylor. The album cover art is by Ryan Koster.

I wonder sometimes, when listening to an artist's work, how much of what I'm hearing is really that person and how much is simply a character or a construct. Know what I mean? I'm guessing it's usually a little bit of both, tilting more heavily in one direction or the other depending on the individual. Beautiful Stranger" is a song recorded by American singer and songwriter Madonna. The Reverberation Appreciation Society's record label started in 2010, with the release of Christian Bland and the Revelators – The Lost Album. Later releases include albums by Joel Gion of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Ringo Deathstarr, Wall of Death, Indian Jewelry, Golden Animals, Night Beats, Holy Wave, and The UFO Club (a collaboration between The Black Angels' Christian Bland and Night Beats' Lee Blackwell), as well as joint releases with Burger Records. Through the Wilderness.

Psychiatric Metaphors. Heavy Psychedelic Hash Browns. Early in 2015 we first featured Psychiatric Metaphors, the heavy-psych recording project of Brooklyn-based artist Sam Taylor. March 2 ·. Thank you Mike Borchardt for the rad dad pics.


1 Stone Bros. Know
2 33 Thorne Street
3 Sleep Deprivation
4 She's So Fine
5 Mr. President
6 Gravesite (Sanctuary)
7 Elevator
8 Green Leaf Disease


Released in an edition of 250 on white cassettes with download.

Program repeats on B-side.