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Famous Monsters

by The Psyatics

Post-punk leanings filtered through a dissonant jazz background, garage rock with just a hint of melody.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Famous Monsters
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2. The Last Time I Saw Julia
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3. Lay Low
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4. Shake Them Bones
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5. You Killed Me First
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6. Burnt Offerings
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7. Pet Names
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8. I Like to Die
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9. The Cost of Love in Today's Market
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10. I Am Slack
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11. Voices in My Head
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12. Missing Piece
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13. Secret
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14. I Can't Stand It
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nitrous-fueled noise rawk and roll from the city of sin...

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. A mixed bag of sounds and genres all rolled up into an explosive and calculated listen...
— Tom Haugen, INFORTY
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
With The Psyatics, the visceral, unhinged energy of the Yeller Bellies remains intact, but it's blasted out in different directions.
The common denominator among it all: raw power.
— Jason Bracelin, Las Vegas Review Jouurnal

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