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  1. Listen to The Train From Terminal Boredom from Those Bastard Souls's Twentieth Century Chemical for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube. Playback options.
  2. Apr 09,  · The Train from Terminal Boredom, a song by Those Bastard Souls on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics awunununajdon.conlaycirechefasecasatenchuker.co Duration: 3 min.
  3. Aug 21,  · Those Bastard Souls - Train From Terminal Boredom - Duration: Dream of the 90s views. Those Bastard Souls - Spaced Out (Original Version) - Duration:
  4. The Train From Terminal Boredom: A6! #*@#*! B1: Dirty Looks: B2: Good Luck Split Town Today: B3: Remembering Sophie Rhodes: B4: What Am I Gonna Do Now: B5: Top Ten Zen Offenders: B6: 21st Century Chemical4/5(3).
  5. There's also some fantastic straight-ahead rock like the buoyant garage-pop of "Train from Terminal Boredom" and the chugging, uptempo "Has Anybody Seen Her," complete with handclaps. Debt & Departure is an album whose whole is definitely equal to the sum of its impressive parts.
  6. The Train From Terminal Boredom: 6!#*#!* (I'm Takin' Off) 7: Dirty Looks: 8: Good Luck Split Town Today: 9: Remembering Sophie Rhodes: What Am I Gonna Do Now: The Top Ten Zen Offenders: 21st Century Chemical: Bonus Tracks Spaced Out (Previously Released On Darla Compilation CD ())
  7. Doug Easley's production keeps the sound crystal clear and leans on their decibels, even during the more sullen moments. Still, the rock songs fare best, especially the joyously propulsive "Train from Terminal Boredom." All in all, a solid album, perfect for summer stomping and late-night hootenannies/5(7).
  8. TERMINAL BOREDOM ARCHIVES. RECORD REVIEWS Feb/Mar • Apr/May • June/July • Aug/Sep • Oct/Nov • Dec. • The Best of • March/April • Japanese Records March/April • May/June • July/August • Winter/Fall • The Best of • Early • Spring • Mid-Summer.