Editors’ Notes Terrible Human Beings is an invigorating reminder of what rock ’n’ roll is all about: It’s packed with scrappy, fun, punk-tinged garage and alternative tunes that just don’t give a damn. Powered by a ‘60s guitar jangle, “They Put a Body in the Bayou” is a stomping showcase for how Mario Cuomo can howl out a melody. The richly sludgy “Creatures” feels like a drunken stumble through a swamp. And “Black Francis” is a spot-on facsimile of what Pixies did best. '60s pop. '70s hard rock. '80s indie. The Orwells wear their influences on their sleeves while doing them all proud.

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They Put a Body In the Bayou
1
3:08
 
Fry
2
2:03
 
Creatures
3
2:30
 
Vacation
4
2:50
 
Black Francis
5
2:38
 
M.A.D.
6
2:59
 
Buddy
7
1:26
 
Hippie Soldier
8
3:29
 
Heavy Head
9
2:54
 
Body Reprise
10
1:14
 
Ring Pop
11
2:29
 
Last Call (Go Home)
12
3:25
 
Double Feature
13
7:17
 

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