Dog Poison was the third album to be written under Thee Oh Sees moniker and was originally released in 2009 on the fledgling Captured Tracks. It appears from the liner notes that lead Oh See John Dwyer does most things on this album which even then was finding new ways to keep their garage rock template fresh injecting more textures and layers than their earlier scuzz racket. 

Vinyl LP £21.49 CF013

Reissue on black vinyl LP on Castle Face.

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Dog Poison by Thee Oh Sees
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9/10 Li'l Biz 01 October 2009
Thee Oh Sees seem to be making records quicker than i can buy 'em at the moment. Just back from my euro-travels and already Team Dwyer have managed to knock up another killer rekkid in the form of 'Dog Poison'. I guess it's best to strike while the iron is hot and Thee Oh Sees 'are so hot right now'. John Dwyer's current squeeze really is his best yet and i'm reminded of this with every fresh slab of wax that makes it's way though the doors of the Normo-power-towers. 'Dog Poison' sacrifices the old garage rock buzz in favour of the more obscure end of psychedelia that was touched upon on 'Help'. Dwyer is on a total roll creatively and the band have matured into a skilled and inventive outfit. I'm digging the strange textures and layers that are presenting themselves on these tracks, it's practically hynagogic yo! Also enjoying the continued appearance of flutes as well as the lo-fi nature of these recordings. 10 tracks of raw psychedelia out now on Captured tracks. Cheers lads.



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