Editors’ Notes Thee Oh Sees' signature sound fuses garage-rock mayhem to steely Krautrock propulsion, but what bonds things together is John Dwyer's insidious songcraft. On “Poor Queen,” a motorik rhythm hoists Dwyer's psych-pop sing-along aloft like royalty on parade. And while “Dead Man's Gun” arrives in a flurry of throbbing bass grooves and pinprick guitar lines, its bouncing-ball melodies are almost like nursery rhymes in their giddy simplicity.

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