Thee Oh Sees ‎– An Odd Entrances

Castle Face ‎– CF-085
Vinyl, LP, 45 RPM, Album


A1 You Will Find It Here
A2 The Poem
A3 Jammed Exit
B1 At The End, On The Stairs
B2 Unwrap The Fiend, Pt 1
B3 Nervous Tech (Nah, John)

Entreprises, etc.



Standard black vinyl release.
Includes insert with a photo on one and lyrics and credits on the other side and a download coupon.

"This LP is a companion piece to "A Weird Exits". An appendix, if you will."

"Made in CZ" on barcode sticker.

Track B3 is derived from "Go Ahead John" by Miles Davis.

Code-barres et Autres Identifiants

  • Barcode (Text on sticker): 8 14867 02269 9
  • Barcode (String): 814867022699
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): 149582M1/A PIRATES PRESS - CF-085 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): 149582M2/B PIRATES PRESS - CF-085 B
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Autres Versions (5 de 5) Tout Afficher

Cat N° Artiste Titre (Format) Label Cat N° Country Année
CF 085 Thee Oh Sees An Odd Entrances(CD, MiniAlbum) Castle Face CF 085 US 2016 Vendre cette version
CF-085, CF085RT Thee Oh Sees An Odd Entrances(LP, Album, Cok + Flexi, 7", S/Sided, Yel + Ltd) Castle Face, Castle Face CF-085, CF085RT UK 2016 Vendre cette version
BRGR01088, LPOP00273 Thee Oh Sees An Odd Entrances(Cass, MiniAlbum) Burger Records, Lolipop Records BRGR01088, LPOP00273 US 2016 Vendre cette version
CF 085 Thee Oh Sees An Odd Entrances(LP, Ltd, TP) Castle Face CF 085 US 2016 Vendre cette version
CF-085 Thee Oh Sees An Odd Entrances(LP, Album, Blo + Flexi, 7", S/Sided, Tra + Ltd) Castle Face CF-085 US 2016 Vendre cette version



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18 mai 2019
edité 5 months ago
Just the plain old black vinyl for me on this one but what a record! I love all Oh Sees' recent material but this is probably my favourite as it veers toward the kind of trippy, blissed out psychedelia at which they really excel. You really have to give some kudos to John Dwyer and co for producing such an excellent quality vinyl package on these 45 rpm releases. Not sure what the source is and how they are cut but they sound superb on my system. Some reviewers are critical of the lengthy jams on this and Smote Reverser but I'm not sure they understand the jazz influences on Oh Sees as well as the whole San Francisco-Grateful Dead heritage. Just check out that guitar sound over the top of the bass and drums on Nervous Tech - pure ecstasy.