|2||No Culture Icons|
|3||An Endless Supply|
|4||Brace And Break|
|5||Goddamn The Light|
|6||Back To Gray|
|9||A Passing Feeling|
|10||Time To Lose|
|11||Out Of The Old And Thin|
|12||My Little Machine|
|13||I Know The Pattern|
|SP 622||The Thermals||More Parts Per Million (LP, Album)||Sub Pop||SP 622||US||2003|
|SP 622||The Thermals||More Parts Per Million (CD, Album, Promo)||Sub Pop||SP 622||US||2003|
|SP 622||The Thermals||More Parts Per Million (LP, Album, RP)||Sub Pop||SP 622||US||Unknown|
|spcd 622||The Thermals||More Parts Per Million (CD, Album, RE)||Sub Pop||spcd 622||US||Unknown|
|SPCD 622||The Thermals||More Parts Per Million (CD, Album)||Sub Pop||SPCD 622||US||2003|
Recorded at the Moss Motel, Portland, OR.
Mixed at the Hall of Justice, Seattle, WA.
Mastered at Super Digital, Portland, OR.
More Parts Per Million - The Thermals. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. More Parts per Million is The Thermals' debut album. The album was released in 2003 on Sub Pop Records. Blazing through 13 songs in under half an hour, the Thermals introduce their bittersweet, rapid-fire indie rock on More Parts Per Million. The high-strung guitars, lo-fi production, and earnest vocals on songs like It's Trivia and Goddamn the Light recall the heyday of mid-'90s indie indeed, comparisons have already been made between the Thermals' lilting melodies and manic energy and that of Guided by Voices. Album 2003 13 Songs. More Parts Per Million The Thermals. melodic moment of More Parts Per Million sounds as if punctuated by an exclamation point, as Harris sings in a nasal Valley Girl accent: Stuff your sentences into your boring diary Stuff your senses into the back of your jeans The melodies aren't entirely unfamiliar, and the overall sound doesn't diverge much from itself, but the stickiness of the choruses is undeniable. Musically, The Thermals can't compare to a real supergroup: Supergroups tend to be funny, where The Thermals are simply fun. A more accurate comparison would be to Guided by Voices, because- oh yeah- The Thermals do sound a lot like them. More Parts Per Million. Your Score. 0 out of 10. Rate this: 10. Summary: Portland, Oregon's The Thermals recorded this no-fi otherwise known as very, very, very lo-fi debut album direct to four-track at the house of founding member Hutch Harris. Record Label: Sub Pop. Genres: Indie, Rock. Score distribution: Positive: 11 out of 12. Indie Rock. Band Name The Thermals. Album Name More Parts Per Million. Type Album. Released date 04 March 2003. Labels Sub Pop Records. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. The Thermals. More Parts Per Million, 2003. Billy Ocean Caribbean Queen No More Love On the Run. Радио Март Хиты 80х-90х. U2 One. Features Song Lyrics for The Thermals's More Parts Per Million album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User free to The Thermals More Parts Per Million It's Trivia, Brace and Break and more. 13 tracks 28:45. The Thermals were a pop-punk trio from Portland, Oregon. The band was formed in 2002 and released seven records and toured at least fifteen countries. The Thermals' sixth LP and debut read more. The Thermals' sixth LP and debut for Saddle Creek, Desperate Ground, was produc read more