Soak is the tenth studio album by Foetus, released on October 15, by Ectopic Ents. It acts as the satellite album for the album Hide. Contents. [ hide]. 1 Track listing; 2 Personnel; 3 Release history; 4 References. Track listing[ edit]. No. Title, Writer(s), Length. 1. "Red and Black and Gray and White", J. G. Thirlwell. 15 Oct SOAK is a companion/satellite album to the previous Foetus release HIDE. For legal reasons, the track “Danger Global Warming: JG Thirlwell remix ” is only available on CD and not on the digital version of the album. Initial CD quantities of SOAK include a 5″ x 5″ sticker of. 11 Feb Listening to J.G. Thirlwell's work as Foetus is disorienting. His new record Soak is full-on rock'n'roll, albeit of the theatrical variety, but with a dizzying tone. On the other hand, The Blue Eyes, his soundtrack for a movie of the same name, is eminently clear about its intentions, about the emotions it's trying to.
Release Information. EctEnts Released & Distributed through Ectopic Ents 10/15/ Initial CD quantities of SOAK include a 5″ x 5″ sticker of the front cover, signed by JG Thirlwell. 2 Feb Well, I can honestly say that I have never heard another album quite like this one and I presumably never will again, as Soak is an extremely deranged and over- the-top effort—even by Foetus' inflated standards. That does not necessarily mean that I like it, but I cannot help but admire its complexity, variety. Red And Black And Gray And White Lyrics. 2. Pratheism Lyrics. 3. Alabaster Lyrics. 4. Warm Leatherette Lyrics. 5. Kamikaze Lyrics. 6. Halloween / Turbulence Lyrics. 7. La Rua Madureira Lyrics. 9. Spat Lyrics. Cosmetics (Secret Chiefs 3 remix) Lyrics. Mesmerin Lyrics. Submit. Share Tweet. Share URL. Copy. Embed.
21 Dec An album review of Soak by Foetus, released on Ectopic Ents in 28 Mar Foetus - Soak review: Messy yet entertaining, like an outtake collection. 27 Nov Foetus "Soak" / JG Thirlwell "The Blue Eyes" (Original Soundtrack) Review. Reviewed by Grey Malkin (The Hare & The Moon) Jim Thirlwell's latest album as pseudonym 'Foetus' continues the purple patch that the one-man orchestra has been enjoying for some considerable time now. Following latter.