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Thousands of Dead Hipsters

by Thee Peecock Angels

Post-Nirvana garage-punk tunes with elements of psychedelic blues and cow punk.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Purgatory
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2. Fire at Hood Hotel
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3. Amalantrah Working
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4. Melek Taus
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5. Anal Deacon
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6. Osiris Rose from the Dead
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7. Fecal Sofa
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8. Snippy the Horse
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9. Suspicious Politicians
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10. White Privilege
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11. Like a Pisces
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12. Air-Conditioned Nightmare
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
TPA is a garage-punk band from Philadelphia, PA. They are influenced by the Meat Puppets, Nirvana, Dinosaur Jr., Sun City Girls, Black Sabbath, Jesus Lizard, Black Flag, Minutemen, Husker Du, the Raincoats, Chrome and the like.

Punk being parasitic rather than a genre in itself, it latches onto various genres, promulgating a certain aesthetic viewpoint centered on DIY ethics, disenfranchisement with the established order, and expression rooted in the deeply personal rather than conforming to social trends. TPA is certainly a punk band, choosing to blend the punk aesthetic with various genres, such as blues, doom, country, folk, alternative, grunge, garage, and the experimental.

All this being said, TPA does what it does when it wants to do it, in the manner that it deems as right.

"Life without music would be a mistake."

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