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Oderint Dum Metuant

by The Psyatics

A nitrous-fueled noise rawk and roll trio from the city of sin...
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Trouble
2:03 album only
2. The Hanging Tree
2:05 album only
3. Death of Me
2:42 album only
4. Dig It Up
2:27 album only
5. Stole Your Girl
2:02 album only
6. Bourbon Sway
2:15 album only
7. Swing On This
3:02 album only
8. Oncoming Train
2:59 album only
9. The Powder Monkey
3:52 album only
10. Right Amount of Wrong
2:39 album only
11. Evangaline
3:38 album only
12. Today's Big Thing, Tomorrow's Old News
2:30 album only
13. Clumsy
2:18 album only
14. Rigid Digits
3:15 album only
15. Suzie Got a Stutter
1:38 album only
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Album Notes

“The Psyatics are a swingin', brand-spankin' new LV garage combo made up of Rob Bell on bass & voice, Jimmy Krah on drums (both formerly of the Yeller Bellies, a rockabilly group, though Rob played mandolin!) and guitar wiz Jack Ball. Absolutely kick-ass from start to finish and definitely destined to become a Las Vegas legend! ”

Rich Coffee - Rich's R'n'R Rants & Raves

“Bell and Krah previously made a name for themselves locally in the Yeller Bellies, a raucous, country fried rockabilly troupe that became one of Vegas' more heated live acts over the course of their roughly four years together. With The Psyatics, the visceral, unhinged energy of the Yeller Bellies remains intact, but it's blasted out in different directions. "I'm a healthy connoisseur of sin," Bell howls on "Death of Me," a down and dirty rock 'n' roll striptease where Bell gives voice to vice. Elsewhere, the band sounds like the '60s "Nuggets" series on nitrous on the hair flingin' freakout "Stole Your Girl".The common denominator among it all: raw power. ”

Jason Bracelin - Las Vegas Review-Journal



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Patricia H.

Show Your Soul
Upon review of this CD, a friend uttered these words, "If you can't feel this, you have no soul"!
Enough said.