|A1||I Come From The Mt.|
|A2||Toe Cutter / Thumb Buster|
|CF-018||Thee Oh Sees||Floating Coffin (LP, Album)||Castle Face||CF-018||US||2013|
|CF-018||Thee Oh Sees||Floating Coffin (LP, Album, Ltd, Ult + Flexi, 7", Ltd, Red)||Castle Face||CF-018||US||2013|
|UTGR 037||Thee Oh Sees||Floating Coffin (Cass, Album, Ltd)||Under The Gun Records||UTGR 037||US||2014|
|CF-018||Thee Oh Sees||Floating Coffin (LP, Album, Ltd, RP, Str)||Castle Face||CF-018||US||2016|
|CF-018||Thee Oh Sees||Floating Coffin (LP, Album, Ltd, TP)||Castle Face||CF-018||US||2013|
Drop is the fifteenth studio album by American psychedelic rock band Thee Oh Sees, released on April 19, 2014 on Castle Face Records. Primarily a collaboration between core member John Dwyer and regular collaborator Chris Woodhouse, the album is the ninth to be released under the name, Thee Oh Sees. The album was released following initial plans for Thee Oh Sees to take "a well deserved break," and was recorded during a "transitional period" for the band.
Floating Coffin is a studio album by the American garage rock band Thee Oh Sees, released on April 16, 2013 on Castle Face Records. The album is the band's eighth to be released under the name Thee Oh Sees, and their fourteenth studio album overall. It is the last studio album to feature bassist Petey Dammit! and drummer Mike Shoun.
Continuing Thee Oh Sees' impressive run of the last couple of years, the John Dwyer-fronted garage rock band's newest album is another resounding success. With its dark undertones, and lyrics about splattered blood and dead children, it's also sort of a sadistic success. Although Thee Oh Sees sound almost nothing like Los Dug Dug’s- the latter laying on the flute solos a bit too thick- the opening track on Floating Coffin is called I Come From the Mountain. Like most of Dwyer's best songs, it's got muscle and drive. As usual, the story is fractured, abstracted, and therein, too nonspecific to be exclusively about Nava. But the spirit of the myth is there: I come from the mountain, I return again, Dwyer sings. Yes, but is he emerging from the mountain with his masterwork?
This is the first Thee Oh Sees album to also be mastered by Woodhouse Promotion. The band later also released a second track, "Toe Cutter-Thumb Buster" for free. Beca Grimm of Paste also praised the album, writing "Coffin is an easy, spring-appropriate listen. Something about Thee Oh Sees always sighs warm air.
Band Name Thee Oh Sees. Album Name Floating Coffin. Released date 16 April 2013. Labels Castle Face Records. Music StyleGarage Rock. Members owning this album1. 1. I Come from the Mountain. 2. Toe Cutter – Thumb Buster. 5. Strawberries 1 + 2.
Complete your Thee Oh Sees collection. comentando Floating Coffin, Cass, Album, Ltd, UTGR 037. Want very bad. It's more like a need, actually.
The ever prolific John Dwyer isn't the kind of guy to let the grass grow between his toes and his band Thee Oh Sees release albums the way they used to - one a year with singles in between. The 2013 entry in their extensive catalog, Floating Coffin, is a weird one. Not because it is experimental, psychedelic, or full of lo-fi wildness; any one of those things would be par for the course
It’s great to have a thematically consistent and well-executed Thee Oh Sees album. 74. Welcome back heavy bass and the practically patented echoing falsettos because John Dwyer’s mellow Putrifiers II mood is gone.