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Psyatics

by The Psyatics

Blending garage rock, surf, rock 'n' roll and dissonant jazz over biting lyrics, The Psyatics plow forward with a hard-hitting velocity to create a goddamn thing of beauty.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Intro (Nom Nom Nom)
0:40 album only
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2. You Got Me Hummin'
1:41 album only
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3. Bad Luck Charm
2:42 album only
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4. Sin City Dames
2:09 album only
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5. Train Wreck
2:15 album only
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6. You're Gonna Burn
2:53 album only
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7. Gonna Find a Cave
1:57 album only
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8. Sick Sick Six
1:40 album only
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9. Gentlemen of Four Outs
3:08 album only
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10. Shame On the Family
3:47 album only
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11. The Sharpest Claws
1:45 album only
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12. Properly Medicated
1:34 album only
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13. Tension!
1:59 album only
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14. The Great Caucasian Migration
2:19 album only
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15. Bags of Bones
2:22 album only
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16. Outro (Shame, Shame)
1:35 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A wild mesh of garage-rock with blues-rock, punk energy and dirty rock’n'roll, there exists much power amid this noisy, sometimes manic album. The vocals howl and yelp, and the music often follows suit, though they bring in a violin and somehow blend it in seamlessly. A mixed bag of sounds and genres all rolled up into an explosive and calculated listen, if I didn’t know better I’d say John Reis was involved. -Tom Haugen www.inforty.com


Taking on garage-rock from a punk, blues, and spazzed-out standpoint, and doing so in all sorts of unconventional ways.
The total package for both the casual listener and the hardcore music fan, Oderint Dum Metuant delivers ferocious guitar riffs matched with random soundbites and harmonicas, making this an entertaining and musically intoxicating brand of blues-influenced garage rock...this is worth seeking out for those who pursue music that falls far from mundane.
- www.dailyvault.com



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