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The Thermals - Now We Can See Album

The Thermals - Now We Can See Album
Now We Can See
The Thermals
Lo-Fi, Indie Rock
10 Mar 2009
KRS 505
MP3 album size:
2591 mb
FLAC album size:
2427 mb
Kill Rock Stars


1Now We Can See
2My World (Demo)
3Now We Can See (Demo)
4My World


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
KRS 505The Thermals Now We Can See ‎(7", Single, Whi)Kill Rock StarsKRS 505US2009


  • Artwork By – The Thermals
  • Drums, Bass, VocalsKathy Foster
  • Guitar, VocalsHutch Harris
  • Lyrics ByHutch Harris
  • Mastered ByMark Greer (tracks: B), Rob Wechsler (tracks: A)
  • Music ByHutch Harris, Kathy Foster
  • ProducerJohn Congleton (tracks: A), The Thermals (tracks: B)


A side recorded at Supernatural Studios, Oregon City, OR. Mixed at Elmwood, Dallas, TX. Mastered at Wextrax Mastering Labs, McKinney TX. B side recorded at Suburbia, Portland, OR. Mixed at The Claremont, Portland, OR. Mastered at Bandit Audio, Tumwater, WA.

A side runout groove etching: ..swen doog tog ev'i
B side runout groove etching: elyts ni kcab emoc gniog si ekil uoy mug taht


Now We Can See. The Thermals. Kill Rock Stars от лица компании Kill Rock Stars Songtrust, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. CMRRA, Terrorbird Publishing и другие. Now We Can See is the fourth album from the Portland-based indie rock band The Thermals. The album was released on April 7, 2009 on Kill Rock Stars, which is their first album since switching labels from Sub Pop Records. Lead singer Hutch Harris claimed the album hinges on a leitmotif of songs from when we were alive. The first single from the album was the title track, Now We Can See. It premiered at Pitchfork Media on February 10, 2009. The days of the lo-fi, rambunctious Thermals are firmly put to rest on their 2009 album Now We Can See. The almost violent youthful energy of their first records has slowly changed into something more measured musically, more thoughtful lyrically. With Now We Can See, Harris begins the story with the protagonists symbolic death. On When I Died , the angsty frontman describes a first person, unusually dreamlike passing as a new beginning. As expected, Harris sets the album up for a whole mess of potential by starting off in such a counterintuitive manner. For Harris narrator, The earth was too hot the air was too thin I took off my clothes I took off my skin I crawled to the sea that was calling for me so I could swim. The Thermals may not like the world we live in all that much, but its a good thing they keep sticking around to tell us what they hate about it. Check Out: Now We Can See. Now We Can See, 03:32. At the Bottom of the Sea, 05:45. When We Were Alive, 01:47. I Called Out Your Name, 02:54. When I Was Afraid, 03:03. Now playing: . Losing My Religion. Радио Шоколад. Now We Can See may seem like an average Early 2000s Rock song, but hidden in the lyrics is an explanation of the human psyche, how we think, how we act, and how it affects our species. You will now see first hand how deep these lyrics go. Now We Can See Track Info. Now We Can See The Thermals. From The Album. Play album. 70,307 listeners. 2 more albums featuring this track. Don't want to see ads. 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. Now We Can See might not be fist-clenching Thermals fans first choice, but it shows theres way, way more to the band than fist pumping yellers. Theyre built for the long haul. At the Bottom of the Sea. When We Were Alive. I Called Out Your Name. When I Was Afraid. 2009 Kill Rock Stars. Diğer The Thermals Eserleri. Tümünü Gör. No Culture Icons - EP. More Parts Per Million. Fuckin A. Band Name The Thermals. Album Name Now We Can See. Type Album. Erscheinungsdatum 07 April 2009. Labels Kill Rock Stars. I Let It Go. Liquid in, Liquid Out. How We Fade. You Dissolve