Ty Garrett Segall* ‎– Emotional Mugger

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A1 Squealer
Guitar – Emmett Kelly
3:47
A2 Californian Hills
Guitar – Emmett Kelly
3:09
A3 Emotional Mugger / Leopard Priestess 5:21
A4 Breakfast Eggs
Guitar – Emmett Kelly
2:36
A5 Diversion
Bass – Mikal CroninDrums – Dale CroverWritten-By – Eddy Grant
3:36
B1 Baby Big Man (I Want A Mommy)
Backing Vocals [Oooohs] – Evan Burrows
2:44
B2 Mandy Cream
Drums – Charles MoothartVocals – King Tuff
3:16
B3 Candy Sam
Vocals – The Lollipop Children
3:17
B4 Squealer Two
Handclaps – Mikal CroninKeyboards, Written-By – Cory Hanson*Vocals – Brit Manor*
3:23
B5 W.U.O.T.W.S. 3:02
B6 The Magazine
Drums, Handclaps – Evan Burrows
3:57

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  • Barcode (Sticker on shrink wrap): 781484062813
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A [etched]): DC628 D̶C̶-̶6̶2̶8̶ A 24181.1(2)... JJ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B [etched]): DC628 D̶C̶6̶2̶8̶ D̶C̶-̶6̶2̶8̶ B 24181.1(3)... JJ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A & B [stamped]): GOLDEN
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DC628CS Ty Segall Emotional Mugger(Cass, Album) Drag City DC628CS US 2016 Sell This Version
DC628 Ty Segall Emotional Mugger(LP, Album, TP) Drag City DC628 US 2016 Sell This Version
DC628 Ty Segall Emotional Mugger(VHS, Album, Promo) Drag City DC628 US 2015 Sell This Version
DC628CD Ty Segall Emotional Mugger(CD, Promo, Jew) Drag City DC628CD US Unknown Sell This Version
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anothermansvinyl

anothermansvinyl

February 20, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
This album sounds like The Pod, by Ween. Especially since TS keeps using that vaguely annoying British accent, like Gene sometimes did. I keep expecting the next song to be "Dr. Rock" or "Sketches of Winkle" or "Right to the Ways" or something. And just like The Pod, it's hard to make it all the way through this thing. Side A jams and squonks hard, but every song sounds the same, and there's not a catchy melody to be found anywhere. It's bizarre, and really loses momentum on Side B. The last three tracks (including the "Revolution No. 9" misfire, "WUOTWS") are a HUGE drag, and they're painful to listen to....

I like Ty. These are just my opinions, my friends!
MOFW

MOFW

February 6, 2016
Does anyone know if the LP comes with a download card? Any info will be greatly appreciated.
tsewoolff

tsewoolff

January 26, 2016
my favorite album of 2016 so far. just have the urge to keep..turning...uP....tHE.....voLUME....
Travis7524

Travis7524

January 26, 2016

Anyone know if they did a colored version of this like Manipulator?
walasekyra

walasekyra

January 25, 2016

After the initial listen, must say this isn't my favourite Ty album. if you're expecting a follow-up to Manipulator, this isn't it in terms of musical style and song structure. The Bolan-esque vocals are still there, but this record has a jagged, industrial feel to it. Gone are the nods to the 60s, the kicking screaming 70s are here on this album, laid bare in raw punk form. His other other band GOOGS is more akin to this.
Borowczyk76

Borowczyk76

January 12, 2016
Does Ty Segall record music 24/24, 7/7, 365/365 or what?