album review: the thermals
    • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2010

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    On Personal Life, The Thermals seem less angry at the establishment, or perhaps more concerned with their own relationships and romances. It's a literally named album. Hutch Harris spends the majority of the time thinking his thoughts, and the band provides their trademark punk-y backup. It's got all of the sound and none of the God-mongering stuff, which makes it slightly more bearable for people who don't exactly gravitate towards the musical megaphone of political science. My own thoughts mostly concern the lack of politics being worth the lack of conviction. But is that really even the case?

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