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Three's Co. is the third album by American indie rock band The Tyde, released in 2006.
"Three's Co." has been greeted with critical acclaim, including the NME who rated it 8/10, calling it, "beach-pop that Brian Wilson might have sounded like if he'd listened obsessively to '80s indie legends Felt while he was playing in his sandpit."[ citation needed ]
Spin Magazine has praised the album's "bright anxious pop-rock melodies that pulse with a geeky charm" (3 stars).[ citation needed ]
The US and Japanese versions feature extra bonus tracks "Glassbottom Lights" (Remixed by James Figurine) and "Don't Need a Leash" (Remixed by Nobody for Nobody's Home Productions); The Japanese CD also includes the "Brock Landers" video, which is currently downloadable from the band's website.
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