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|2.||"Californian Hills" (3:09)|
|3.||"Emotional Mugger/Leopard Priestess" (5:20)|
|4.||"Breakfast Eggs" (2:36)|
|1.||"Baby Big Man (I Want A Mommy)" (2:44)|
|2.||"Mandy Cream" (3:16)|
|3.||"Candy Sam" (3:15)|
|4.||"Squealer Two" (3:23)|
|6.||"The Magazine" (3:58)|
Who knows what Ty Segall's channeling to be quite so prodigiously prolific, yet his rate of creativity hammers powerfully on - it only seems a few months since his T. Rex covers record 'Ty Rex', yet here is another blast of raunch and rapture seemingly time0warped in from the very early '70s. Slightly less grandstanding than his breakthrough 'Redeemer', this is a still more garage-driven, raucous and eternally teenage blast of aggression, supercharged by the pedal-driven intensity that marks his aptly-monickered side-project Fuzz yet showing all the songwriting suss by which he's made his name. Petulant yet impressively potent.
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