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The Thermals - Canada album download

The Thermals - Canada album download

The Thermals
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The Thermals were an American indie band based in Portland, Oregon. The group was formed in 2002. With influences heavily rooted in both lo-fi, as well as standard rock, the band's songs are also known for their political and religious imagery. The Thermals came together in 2002 with Hutch Harris and Kathy Foster, former band mates, and most notably in the folk duo Hutch & Kathy. Their first album, More Parts per Million, was released in 2003 by Sub Pop Records.

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Now We Can See. by: Rebecca Raber. Insound Tour Support . The Body, The Blood, The Machine. by: Amanda Petrusich. Fuckin A. More Parts Per Million. by: Julianne Escobedo Shepherd. The Thermals to Reissue First Three Albums, Tour, New Album Due This Year. The Thermals - "Canada".

Hutch Harris of The Thermals performs at the 2011 Sasquatch Music Festival. Just in time for the Olympics, The Thermals' "Canada" functions as a rapturous celebration of elsewhere.