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  • Performer: The Thermals
  • Title: Now We Can See
  • Size FLAC ver: 1364 mb
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 2009
  • Style: Lo-Fi, Indie Rock
  • Other formats: WMA VOC MIDI MP1 AC3 VOC WMA
  • Genre: Rock
  • Rating: 4.8 of 5
The Thermals - Now We Can See album flac


A1 Now We Can See
A2 My World
B1 Now We Can See (Demo)
B2 My World (Demo)

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed To – Kill Rock Stars
  • Pressed By – United Record Pressing
  • Published By – Royal We Publishing
  • Recorded At – Supernatural Sound – (Side A)
  • Recorded At – Suburbia Studios – (Side B)
  • Mastered At – WexTrax Mastering Labs – (SIde A)
  • Mastered At – Bandit Audio – (Side B)
  • Mixed At – Elmwood Recording – (Side A)


  • Artwork, Producer – The Thermals
  • Drums, Bass, Vocals, Music By – Kathy Foster
  • Guitar, Vocals, Lyrics By, Music By – Hutch Harris
  • Mastered By – Mark Greer (tracks: B), Rob Wechsler* (tracks: A)
  • Producer – John Congleton (tracks: A)


Side A: Recorded at Supernatural Sound, Oregon City, OR. Mixed at Elmwood, Dallas, TX. Mastered Wextrax Mastering Labs, McKinney, TX.
Side B: Recorded at Suburbia, Portland, OR. Mixed at The Claremont, Portland, OR. Mastered at Bandit Audio, Tumwater, WA.

© 2009 Royal We Publishing (BMI)
Recording under exclusive license to Kill Rock Stars

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Into Side A): U-6252M-A KRS-505-A ..swen doog tog ev'i ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Into Side B): U-62562M-B KRS-505-B elyts ni kcab emoc gniog si ekil uoy mug taht ⓤ

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KRS 505 The Thermals Now We Can See ‎(7", Single) Kill Rock Stars KRS 505 US 2009

Now We Can See. Исполнитель. Now We Can See. Лицензиар.

All lyrics from Now We Can See album, popular The Thermals songs with tracklist and information about album. Album Now We Can See (2009).

Now We Can See may seem like an average Early 2000’s Rock song, but hidden in the lyrics is an explanation of the human psyche, how we think, how we act, and how it affects our species. You will now see first hand how deep these lyrics go. "Now We Can See" Track Info. Now We Can See The Thermals. 3. I Let It Go. 4. 5. At The Bottom Of The Sea.

Band Name The Thermals. Album Name Now We Can See. Type Album. Erscheinungsdatum 07 April 2009. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 6. When We Were Alive. 7. I Called Out Your Name. 8. When I Was Afraid. 9. Liquid in, Liquid Out. 10. How We Fade. Data wpisu 07 Kwiecień 2009. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0.

Now We Can See is an album about coming to terms with these things, and deciding what to do about it. Like I said, a little on the grown up side. In the opener When I Died, Harris sheds his skin, dons fins and swims out into the open ocean, until of course, he realizes he doesn’t have gills and drowns. The song Now we can See is a good example of the difference in The Thermals’ sound. It begins with a sing-songy chorus of Oh-way-oh-woah s sung by the entire band in unison. It’s even got handclaps. At first, the catchy pop-punk seems like an affront to the band’s garage ethos, until you remember that pop-punk was always an important part of The Thermals sound. It’s just a little more unabashed here. Similarly, songs like We Were Sick and When we were Alive straddle the line between the band’s older work and new direction, with pogoing rhythms paired with impossibly catchy melodies.

03 I Let It Go. 04 Now We Can See. 05 At the Bottom of the Sea. 06 When We Were Alive. 07 I Called out Your Name. 08 When I Was Afraid. 09 Liquid In, Liquid Out. 10 How We Fade.

The Body, the Blood, the Machine is the third studio album by American indie rock band The Thermals. The album was released on August 22, 2006 on Sub Pop Records, and was produced by Fugazi's Brendan Canty.

Now We Can See. LP (12" album, 33 rpm). The Thermals Format: Vinyl. Now We Can See EP. "Please retry". Thermal mainstays Hutch Harris and Kathy Foster recorded Now We Can See as a duo, as they did on 2006's The Body, The Blood, The Machine. Foster performed all drums and bass (and sang for the first time on a Thermals record), while Harris sang lead and played guitar. They returned to Oregon City's Supernatural Sound (where TBTBTM was tracked), with John Congleton (Explosions In The Sky, Polyphonic Spree) producing. The result is the widest, loudest piece of nk rock The Thermals have yet unleashed.

Oh way-ow oh-whoa-oh. We were born in the desert We were reared in a cave We conquered in the sun But we lived in the shade Yeah baby we were savage We existed to kill Our history is damaged At least it was a thrill. But now we can see Now that our vision is strong We don't need to admit We were wrong Now we can see But the images don't stick Our enemies lay dead on the ground And still we kick.

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