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Id Like To Be There - Rob Crow - He Thinks Hes People (Vinyl, LP)

22 Oct, 2021 3 comments
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2011
Label: Temporary Residence Limited - TRR195 • Format: Vinyl LP, Limited Edition Black & White Half & Half • Country: US • Genre: Rock •
Id Like To Be There - Rob Crow - He Thinks Hes People (Vinyl, LP)

More dynamic and eclectic than it's predecessor, HE THINKS HE'S PEOPLE marries Pinback frontman Rob Crow's penchant for drawing inspiration from a variety of genres with an uncanny ability to create a subtle, relaxing mood throughout/5(12).

14 rows ·  · As Rob Crow has continued to make music over the years it's a gentle /10(10).

referencing He Thinks He's People, LP, TRRLP Don't know why there are low ratings of this record, the pressing is clear and the instrumentation distinct. The musical content is indie-pop perfection from one of the most prolific and criminally overlooked musicians of the last few decades.

More dynamic and eclectic than it's predecessor, HE THINKS HE'S PEOPLE marries Pinback frontman Rob Crow's penchant for drawing inspiration from a variety of genres with an uncanny ability to create a subtle, relaxing mood throughout/5(14).

He Thinks He's People, an Album by Rob Crow. Released 18 October on Temporary Residence (catalog no. TRR; CD). Genres: Indie Rock.


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  1. Voodoogis

     ·  · I'd Like To Be There by Rob Crow, released 18 October

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  2. Shakagal

     ·  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "He Thinks He's People" on Discogs.

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  3. Kajisho

     · referencing He Thinks He's People, LP, TRRLP Don't know why there are low ratings of this record, the pressing is clear and the instrumentation distinct. The musical content is indie-pop perfection from one of the most prolific and criminally overlooked musicians of the last few decades/5(24).

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