9 Songs, 31 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On Ty Rex, the most prolific artist in garage rock takes a break from shredding faces for a sincere collection of T. Rex covers assembled from a Record Store Day EP, a follow-up 7-inch, and a previously unreleased bonus track. Segall doesn’t go full glam—there’s not a speck of glitter to be found here—but his reverence for Marc Bolan’s inimitable melodies is clear, if shrouded in Segall’s customary fuzz. “The Slider” is low-slung and blown out, “20th Century Boy” is a sleazy romp, and “Elemental Child” is cavernous and psychedelic.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

On Ty Rex, the most prolific artist in garage rock takes a break from shredding faces for a sincere collection of T. Rex covers assembled from a Record Store Day EP, a follow-up 7-inch, and a previously unreleased bonus track. Segall doesn’t go full glam—there’s not a speck of glitter to be found here—but his reverence for Marc Bolan’s inimitable melodies is clear, if shrouded in Segall’s customary fuzz. “The Slider” is low-slung and blown out, “20th Century Boy” is a sleazy romp, and “Elemental Child” is cavernous and psychedelic.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

extradirt ,

TRex influence

Hey album review people to the contrary it really is quite obvious that Ty Segall has been influenced by TREX a along..

brudy ,

Ty does T.Rex

An album of Ty Segall covering awesome T.Rex songs from the 70s. If you don’t know Marc Bolan and T.Rex go look him up. To the reviews complaining about production values, get your heads out of the sand - this is intentional. Maybe you should stick with Imagine Dragons, fools.

Big boy efficiency ,

Thank you Ty Segall

Can't get enough of this-when I cannot get away I can still listen to Ty. Looking forward to the next release!

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