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Though he has spent the intervening years making himself known as the most prolific man in rock, back in 2008 Ty Segall was fresh out of The Traditional Fools and the new hot signing on John Dwyer’s Castle Face Records. His eponymous debut LP is a ragged, roughshod affair that is over and done in under 25 minutes. While Segall’s subsequent albums have been progressively more polished, this one sounds like it was recorded inside a tin can. This is a good thing - it provides songs like ‘Go Home’ with a pleasingly brittle edge.

Vinyl LP £19.99 CF002

LP on Castleface Records.

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CD £8.99

USED 'n' SCARCE CD on Castle Face, NM.

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