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  1. It ain't two records, but it is called Twins. Ty 's new mind-blow won't just make you see double, it'll make you be double! Fold in on yourself endlessly, hold your own hand, and leap towards the mega- Segall -meteor of , Twins.
  2. Oct 06,  · Ty Segall: Twins – review. Twins, though, is a record that goes out of its way to court the floating rock vote, upping the melodies and toning down Segall's more wayward psychedelic digressions. The album's teaser single, The Hill, charms hard, thanks to a folk vocal introduction by Brigid Dawson, a member of fellow travellers in West Coast psychedelic garage, Thee Oh Sees.
  3. Bay area garage rock shapeshifter Ty Segall churned out more and more different types of songs in the four-year space between his beginnings and his fifth album, Twins 8/
  4. Ty Garrett Segall (born June 8, ) is an American multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and record producer. He is best known for his prolific solo career during which he has released ten studio albums, alongside various EPs, singles, and collaborative albums, including a release recorded with his live band billed as the Ty Segall Band and another from that same year with Tim.
  5. Apr 18,  · Ty Segall has made an astonishing string of albums for a guy who looks so young. This album might be his high point. It has all the melodic hooks and vocal harmonies of it's predecessors, but combines some of the thrashy sludge with smoothed out acoustic balladry that /5(20).
  6. Written-By, Performer – Ty Segall; Notes Recorded in San Francisco from December to April at Bauer Mansions. Mixed at Fantasy Studios in April Comes in a gatefold sleeve. Mastered At uncredited, identified by runout etching. Barcode not printed on release, but on sticker added to shrinkwrap. Ty Segall: Twins /5().
  7. Oct 09,  · Twins is Segall's third LP of , and stands at a crossroads somewhere between all his records to date. There are ballads, searing garage 8/
  8. About “Twins” Twins is the fifth studio album by Ty Segall. It marked his third and final release of the year, preceded by Slaughterhouse by the Ty Segall Band and Hair in collaboration with White.

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