Thunderheist

Thunderheist

Thunderheist - Thunderheist

2009 | Big Dada Records 

  • CD

    $14.99

    THUNDERHEIST

    03/31/2009

  • LP

    $22.99

    THUNDERHEIST

    04/14/2009

  • iTunes

    Prices may vary.

    Subject to availability.


Thunderheist Track Listing

  • #
  • Title
  • time
  • 1
  • Sweet 16
  • 3:46
  • Sound Clip for Sweet 16 from Thunderheist

  • 3
  • Jerk It
  • 3:51
  • Sound Clip for Jerk It from Thunderheist

  • 5
  • Bubblegum
  • 3:56
  • Sound Clip for Bubblegum from Thunderheist

  • 6
  • Slow Roll
  • 3:16
  • Sound Clip for Slow Roll from Thunderheist

  • 7
  • Space Cowboy
  • 4:29
  • Sound Clip for Space Cowboy from Thunderheist

  • 9
  • Freddie
  • 4:22
  • Sound Clip for Freddie from Thunderheist

  • 11
  • Red Whine
  • 2:20
  • Sound Clip for Red Whine from Thunderheist

  • 12
  • Crusie Low
  • 3:12
  • Sound Clip for Crusie Low from Thunderheist

  • 13
  • Anthem
  • 2:31
  • Sound Clip for Anthem from Thunderheist

  • Thunderheist Notes

    Thirteen tracks of pure goodness, “Thunderheist” shows that Thunderheist the band can certainly do club-bangers (try “Jerk It” – currently to be heard in Oscar-nominated movie “The Wrestler” – for a taste of that) but can do all kinds of other things rather fucking well as well. The disco shimmer of ‘Sweet 16’ kicks things off with a message to young ladies enthralled with the seedier side of the nightlife. ‘Nothing2Step2’ is a bonafide electronic pop anthem that Isis refers to as her “Madonna moment.” ‘LBG (Little Booty Girl)’ sees Zilla freak the low end with a digi-crunk nastiness as Isis tells listeners how ladies can run game despite have less junk in the trunk. The massive bassline shuffle, squelchy builds and catchy hooks on ‘Bubblegum’ get all backs off the wall, while on ‘Slow Roll’ the tempo moves into a slow bodyrocking rap groove. ‘Space Cowboy’ nods heavily towards Moroder with grand cascading synths leading to a glorious disco workout for a fierce lady getting lost in the trappings of a night out clubbing. Isis tries to keep the night going on ‘The Party After’. The glorious melancholic dissonance on ‘Freddie’ is paired with emotional snapshots of getting caught up in the addiction of poisons (be these powder or people)… On the electro-flipped ‘Do The Right Thing’, Isis raps about the runner game (and we’re not talking athletics). ‘Red Whine’ takes the listener into a flip on the digital dancehall territory with the call to twist up yuh self to let loose. ‘Cruise Low’ is built tough for car systems coast to coast to coast, synth stabs coming in heavy, double time rhyming courtesy of the baddest gal on the mic. ‘Anthem’ wraps things off with a disco-fied electropop flourish and the reminder that Thunderheist are gonna be at this for a good while.

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