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Thin White Rope
Exploring The Axis

Thin White Rope were a Californian rock band whose 6 year career, from 1985-1991, saw them being lumped in with the Paisley Underground and Desert Rock movements. They took their influences from a wide range of rock, country, punk and psychedelic bands including Suicide, Roky Erikson, Marty Robbins, Can and The Stooges.  Exploring The Axis was their debut album and was originally released in 1985. Remastered LP and CD on Frontier.

Thin White Rope
In The Spanish Cave

In The Spanish Cave was the third album by Thin White Rope. The band were a four-piece at this point following the departure of Stephen Tesluk, as always, however, they were led by guitarist and vocalist Guy Kyser. Whilst not having the success of contemporaries such as REM and American Music Club, artistically they were a fairly mighty proposition. LP and CD on Frontier.

Thin White Rope

Californian rock band Thin White Rope took their name from William Burroughs description of semen in his novel, Naked Lunch. Moonhead was their second album and was originally released in 1987. Their mix of rock, blues, country, punk, and psychedelia had critics squeezing them into boxes labelled 'Paisley Underground' and 'Desert Rock'. Whatever you want to call them, they’re good and you should check them out. Remastered LP and CD on Frontier.
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