(PRE-ORDER) Typhoon - Hunger and Thirst 11th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

TLE Music

Music Format

Listen to the song “CPR (Acoustic)"

Listen to the song “Never Be Your Lover”

  • Digital Release 12/17/21, Vinyl Release June 2022

    The 11th anniversary reissue of Typhoon's breakout debut album Hunger and Thirst, remixed by Kyle Morton and Paul Laxer and remastered by Adam Gonsalves. Features 2 bonus tracks not on the original LP. These will go fast! 180 Gram White Vinyl. Limited Edition of 1000. All songs recorded and mixed by Paul Laxer except CPR (acoustic) and Never Be Your Lover recorded and mixed by Kyle Morton Mastered by Adam Gonsalves

    NOTE FROM TENDER LOVING EMPIRE : Unfortunately the vinyl production industry is experiencing a worldwide supply chain shortage. These LPs are getting made as fast as they can but we do not expect them to ship until May-June 2022.

    TLE-103 (2022)
  • 1. Starting Over (Anniversary Remix)
    2. White Liars (Anniversary Remix)
    3. CPR/Claws Pt. 2 (Anniversary Remix)
    4. Ghost Train (Anniversary Remix)
    5. Body of Love (Anniversary Remix)
    6. Intermission (Anniversary Remix)
    7. Happy People (Anniversary Remix)
    8. Old Haunts, New Cities (Anniversary Remix)
    9. Mouth of the Cave (Anniversary Remix)
    10. Belly of the Cavern (Anniversary Remix)
    11. Sickness unto Death (Anniversary Remix)
    12. CPR (acoustic) [Bonus Track]
    13. Never Be Your Lover (Bonus Track)
  • TyphoonTyphoon Typhoon is a band of contradictions. The eleven-piece Portland supergroup is both wild and tightly structured, punk and symphonic. Frontman Kyle Morton’s lyrics are concerned primarily with death, but Typhoon’s songs are resoundingly triumphant. The truth is that the band, formed by high school friends who somewhat miraculously overcame the interpersonal challenges and logistical nightmares of keeping a project of this scale intact to full maturity, was just built that way. Morton has fought significant battles with illness over the course of his life and has at times left him struggling with meaning. Of Typhoon’s music he says, “You can consider it one very bewildered man’s attempt to explain the universe to himself...in the language of bewilderment.”
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