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***BACK IN STOCK!!! Received 7.6 (Vol. 1) and 7.2 (Vol. 2) ratings from Pitchfork. Family Perfume Vol. 1 & 2 compiles both volumes of Tim Presley’s latest album on one handy double-disc release. See White Fence on tour this summer with Ty Segall! “Fuck nostalgia. Live the truth. Truth is feeling, truth is sound, truth is motion. I am believing. I am seeing. I am moving. Truth is forever. Meet the Tim Presley / White Fence Truth Serum. Imagine, if you will, that your Uncle Frank, Aunt Jane and Cousin Ricky all made out with George Harrison at the same time and felt good about it. That’s what the Family Perfume smells like. Like the real shit. This ain’t your regular mutton-chop rock. This is freak your fucking mom out ’cause she caught you naked in the backyard blasting this shit rock. This is not a joke. This is the hit factory. This is the eye. This is another planet. And hurry up, cause this perfume ain’t available at no Macy’s. Fuck the Rolling Stones. Long live Keith. We’re already dead. Smell the truth. Fuck the truth. Fuck rock and roll. Love rock and roll.” —Ty Segall “Wake up. Write. Write. Record. Tweak. Write. Record. Swallow. Tweak out. Tweak. Bounce. Write. Wake up. Record. Sex? No. Sleep. Wake up. Record. “I hardly have anything but this anymore.... I had 80 songs, then chopped it to 60 and now to 30. It’s a collection, and an album. I have some important things to say to myself. I’m a rock ’n’ roll soldier forever. I melt music. When people talk to me, I’m thinking about some song to do. I think I’ve been cursed. I have no say in the matter. A rainbow Vex. It’s OK though; it’s for the greater good. “A song can make someone feel so good, or make someone want to write a better one. And sometimes, it could make you rob a liquor store. These are the songs of a man in a bag, and his blue pen.” —Tim Presley