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The Warlocks - The Mirror Explodes
The Warlocks - The Mirror Explodes
Performer: The Warlocks
Title: The Mirror Explodes
Label: Tee Pee Records
Country: US
Released: 2009
Style: Psychedelic Rock
Cat: TPE-097
Rating: 4.9/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2570 mb | MP3 size: 1366 mb | WMA size: 1851 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1There Is A Formula To Your Despair
2Static Eyes
3Frequency Meltdown
4Red Camera
5You Make Me Wait
6Standing Between The Lovers Of Hell
7The Midnight Sun
8Slowly Disappearing

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TPE-097The Warlocks The Mirror Explodes ‎(CD, Album)Tee Pee RecordsTPE-097US2009
TPE-097The Warlocks The Mirror Explodes ‎(LP, Album, Whi)Tee Pee RecordsTPE-097US2009
TPE-097-2PThe Warlocks The Mirror Explodes ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Tee Pee RecordsTPE-097-2PUS2009

Credits

  • ArtworkAlvaro Sanchez
  • BassJana Suzanne Risher
  • DrumsBob Mustachio
  • GuitarBobby Hecksher, John Christian Rees, Ryan McBride
  • KeyboardsBobby Hecksher
  • LayoutAndy Kman
  • Mastered ByJ.J. Golden
  • Producer, Mixed By, Recorded ByRod Cervera
  • Recorded By [Assistant]Joey Santiago
  • VocalsBobby Hecksher
  • Written-ByBobby Hecksher

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 707239009711
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): TPE-097 B 5-68520 brother you're going to make through
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): TPE-097 A 5-68519 way to go out out with a bang bang

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tee Pee Records
  • Copyright (c) – Tee Pee Records
  • Mastered At – Golden Mastering
  • Recorded At – Clear Lake Audio

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Album

The Mirror Explodes by The Warlocks, released 01 January 2009 1. Red Camera 2. The Midnight Sun 3. Slowly Disappearing 4. There Is A Formula To Your Dispair 5. Standing Between The Lovers Of Hell 6. You Make Me Wait 7. Frequency Meltdown 8. Static Eyes. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 7 USD or more. The Mirror Explodes is the fifth full-length album by American psychedelic rock band the Warlocks. It was released on May 19, 2009 by record label Tee Pee. The album is produced by Rod Cervera, who had previously worked on the band's albums Rise and Fall and Heavy Deavy Skull Lover. Red Camera - 5:30. The Midnight Sun - 4:27. Slowly Disappearing - 4:52. There Is a Formula to Your Despair - 4:43. Standing Between the Lovers of Hell - 5:48. You Make Me Wait - 5:54. Frequency Meltdown - 6:10. The Mirror Explodes sounds quite similar to its successor. You could even think of this album as a Heavy Deavy, Pt. 2, which may seem strange since the Warlocks are now a completely reworked five-piece with three guitar players. Not to say it's an easy listen. It's a dark one, and many songs lose themselves in sleepy, drawn-out droning. However, extended jams should be nothing new to those well-versed in the Warlocks catalog, and the hot spots are excellent tracks that capitalize on Hecksher's newfound affinity for creamy wistfulness. Album 2009 8 Songs. Try it free to The Warlocks The Mirror Explodes Red Camera, The Midnight Sun and more. 8 tracks 43:09. Red Camera by Warlocks Lyrics. The Mirror Explodes Q&A. Primary Artists Warlocks. More The Warlocks albums. Heavy Deavy Skull Lover. Show all albums by The Warlocks. However, extended jams should be nothing new to those well-versed in the Warlocks catalog. Read full review. Drowned In Sound. Though no longer flavour of the month in 'cool' circles, as far as The Warlocks are concerned it's business as usual, and The Mirror Explodes is up there with their finest works to date. The earlier Warlocks records played with space and tempo in a way Mirror casts aside in favor of front-to-back stoney, reverby sludge. Oddly enough, I'm reminded of a recent quote I read attributed to somebody or other from recently rejuvenated big beaters the Prodigy, suggesting that years 'round the bong had left him, however temporarily, with no personality. I can't help but wonder whether that's the culprit for why Mirror feels so drab and tuneless, an album whose heavy lids bespeak a fairly narrow vision. It's tough to get a hold on this record, since. The Mirror Explodes. Psychedelic Rock. Other productions from The Warlocks. Skull Worship. Rise and Fall: EP and Rarities

Comments (3)
THOMAS
This album sucks ass. There isn't enough acid in the world to make this sound good. My copy is black, but has the same engravings in the matrix runouts.
Envias
i have an arctic white color pressing of this. it has the words "brother your gonna pull through" engraved on the blank inner vinyl. is this common?
Slowly writer
It's the first press, if there ever was more. Not sure if a Black vinyl pressing exists.Got the White one myself