TUE, AUG 8, 2006 at 11:24 AM

THE THERMALS WOULD LIKE TO REMIND YOU HOW AWESOME THE THERMALS ARE, AND WE WOULD, TOO!!!!

From: “the thermals”

Date: June 11, 2004 6:59:58 PM PDT

To: subpop.com

Subject: website

hey what’s a thermals got to do to get some respect on the web page biotch?

THERMALS IN SPIN or THERMALS VIDEO (best SP video since when…oh yeah EVER) THERMALS PLAY SIRENTHERMALS DON’T
BREAK UP AFTER ONE RECORD (you know you thought it was a possiblity)…THERMALS SELL 60 MORE COPIES OF “MPPM”….. make em say

UHHHH!

Thanks

H

Hutch, you’re totally right—we just got the SPIN Clips in, plus tons of other insanely awesometastic press on your FANFUCKINGTASTIC ROCK OPUS, FUCKIN’ A, aka My New Favorite Record. As such, the NEWS SHALL BE SHARED!! THE GOSPEL OF THE THERMALS SHALL BE SPREAD WITH GREATER THICKNESS AND INTENSITY ON YE OLDE SUB POP SITE!!!

For starters, I urge everyone to check out the updated Thermals band page (link below)…it’s chock full of tons of glorious new links to glowing show and record reviews, including a link to the SPIN review, which goes a li’l somethin’ like this:

The Thermals
Fuckin’A
Sub Pop Records

Portland’s Thermals used to be a middling folk duo called Hutch and Kathy. Then, someone dosed their chai lattes with rock n’ roll ritalin and introduced them to a drummer, and they were reborn as a very, very hyper and very, very focused trio: 2003’s MORE PARTS PER MILLION crammed 13 songs into less than half an hour. Polished (albeit with a rusty Brillo pad) by producer Chris Walla, FUCKIN’ A finds the band making like the buzziest Buzzcocks around, flailing through 13 relentless political pop-punk anthems about not wanting to be sedated. Supercharged, furious, hopeful. (Andy Greenwald)

There’s also a FEATURE in this month’s issue!! Check it!
Second of all, check our other news items on SIREN fest and our new VIDEOS (The Thermals’ video for HOW WE KNOW is a rager)!! Thirdly, send your love to The Thermals today. Tell us how much you care. Tell them how much you care, for they are cream dream supreme, brothers and sisters. This, I promise.


Posted by Harry Dean Hudson