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Brilliant Sophmore Effort

TPT has quickly become one of my favorite young psych rock bands. They can come-off sounding like more of a garage band at times, rather than a band with a production budget, and it can be a bit distracting, but they blow through that with sheer creative and musical talent. Their second relase, More for the Masses, has an upgraded production quality from their debut, and also offers more variety and a noticeable growth and development in song-writing and execution. Blending more psychedelic and rock influences into the mix, MFTM excels. Highlights for me are "Nevermore," "Restless," "A Million to One," "The Forest Speaks," "Fortune Teller," and "Blinding City."

This band deserves more attention in the psych rock genre nationally, full of energy and conviction, TPT manages to reinvigorate the psych rock genre in the mold of bands like Love and the 13th Floor Elevators, versus being a one-trick pony drone or doom rock band, etc.., and they are also not afraid to push boundaries or perform a song they like, no matter how it fits into the rest of the album(s). In fact, there are songs that have an 80's Post Punk influence (Restless, Nevermore, Axe Man from their debut) but they stand out as some of their best work as well.

Can't go wrong with this band, hoping they continue to grow in popularity so that they can keep making music full-time.

Rock Ethos

I love these $&@#ing dudes, who are totally awesome at crafting déjà vu experiences where everything sounds like something classic: but you can't place anything specific because you experience the whole record as being like when the dentist gives you BOTH the Librium pills & nitrous oxide combined with the bright light shining in your eyes plus that drill sound inside your skull transcends the whole point of having a tooth fixed and you find yourself hoping the procedure lasts a really, really long time. Buy this record! It's awesome.

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