×
Napster App for
Rhapsody International Inc.

Listen to

The Painted Word

by Television Personalities

The Painted Word by Television Personalities

Listen to

The Painted Word

by Television Personalities

Play on Napster
Released:
Label: Fire Records
Over the years, The Painted Word, originally released in 1984, has drawn comparisons to Big Star's Third/Sisters Lovers: both are harrowing trips through the black of night. Over the course of 13 tracks, T.V.P.'s main man, Dan Treacy, drags his neo-'60s pop through dissolution, cynicism and straight up depression. Treacy sounds totally exhausted, his voice barely riding a background of fuzz and distortion that shadows him like death. "Now we've all grown up and life's not much fun," he croaks. Indeed.

About This Album

Over the years, The Painted Word, originally released in 1984, has drawn comparisons to Big Star's Third/Sisters Lovers: both are harrowing trips through the black of night. Over the course of 13 tracks, T.V.P.'s main man, Dan Treacy, drags his neo-'60s pop through dissolution, cynicism and straight up depression. Treacy sounds totally exhausted, his voice barely riding a background of fuzz and distortion that shadows him like death. "Now we've all grown up and life's not much fun," he croaks. Indeed.

Songs

About This Album

Over the years, The Painted Word, originally released in 1984, has drawn comparisons to Big Star's Third/Sisters Lovers: both are harrowing trips through the black of night. Over the course of 13 tracks, T.V.P.'s main man, Dan Treacy, drags his neo-'60s pop through dissolution, cynicism and straight up depression. Treacy sounds totally exhausted, his voice barely riding a background of fuzz and distortion that shadows him like death. "Now we've all grown up and life's not much fun," he croaks. Indeed.