Published Jan 08, 2010If, like us, you're a huge fan of former Coachwhips front-man John Dwyer's Thee Oh Sees, meaning you know that the band push a lot of releases. In 2009 alone, the psyched-out garage pop troupe managed to release three albums, a singles collection and some reissues, along with a number of seven-inch singles. With so much output to potentially own, why, then, has it always been so hard to track down a vinyl copy of their 2008 classic The Master's Bedroom Is Worth Spending a Night In?
The album was the first recorded appearance of Thee Oh Sees. Prior to that, the project had existed under different monikers as a home-recording guise for Dwyer. German imprint Tomlab put the album out in 2008, and the vinyl quickly went out of print, leading some poor souls to shell out way over a $100 to pick up a copy. Fortunately, In the Red have stepped in to reissue the slab of wax.
A press release from the label did not mention any changes or bonus tracks to the original album, so you can just expect the same glorious songs when the album's vinyl reissue drops on January 19.