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The Thermals: Desperate GroundDesperate Ground (2013)
Reviewer Rating: 4
Contributed by: greg0rbgreg0rb
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To the casual observer, The Thermals might seem like a one-trick pony. While their brand of power-pop punk uses a “keep it simple, stupid” approach, they have made a conscious effort towards subtle changes from record to record. In recent years, their poppiest effort, 2009’s Now We Can See was followed by the slightly-disappointing but necessary divergence to a slower, more restrained set on 2010’s Personal Life. Even The Thermals need a breather now and then.
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