Organ Thief
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Organ Thief

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"Dallas show review"

Organ Thief started the music off with a bang! I was first struck by their bass heavy grooves and tight drumming and then noticed that they were playing some pretty well constructed songs. I liked how their songs wasted little time before making my head bob to the groove. My favorite song that they played was "Hard To Say" (the song was called Hard To is easy to say it was my favorite). Organ Thief is a band I would definitely check out again! (Michael A. Harberg, -

"Organ Thief CD Review & Description"

“Organ Thief shows their range on this album, exhibiting funk, blues, and reggae influences in tandem with their post-punk, experimental sound… Guitar leads often overlay some very funky rhythms, a sort of post-punk funk that’s a bit more Sonic Youth than Red Hot Chili Peppers” (Roland Goity, -

"Organ Thief CD Review"

“Organ Thief have a very professional sound. Someone could have handed this to me and told me it was a major label release, and I would have believed it….the average rock listener could go for this — there's lots of guitar, lots of vocals, lots of hooks and lots of energy” (Bob Eichler, -

"Checkout the Live Show"

“Organ Thief has played in several Midtown venues over the past year, and the band's live show, a little more raw, is also worth checking out” (Commercial Appeal review - Michael Erskine) - Commercial Appeal - Memphis, TN

"Organ Thief CD Review & Description"

“Sometimes… the band sounds pretty indie-rock, somewhere between the Strokes and Spoon maybe. And then sometimes a heavy bottom and fast, prominent guitars suggest metal. More often the band's jerky percussive sound and jazzy tinges evoke Morphine minus the horns” (Chris Herrington, Memphis Flyer) - Memphis Flyer


Orphan Teeth - released Sept 2005
1) Intro
2) Psychochauffeur
3) Marcus Aurelius
4) Teenage Dream
5) The Original
6) Seasick Sing-a-Long
7) Elephant Waltz
8) Jellyleg
9) Sound of Sarcasm
10) Falling Back to Earth
11) Secrets & Lies



Spreading like kudzu, Organ Thief has been surprising audiences from their hometown of Memphis, TN throughout the Mid-South and Mid-West. A combination of thick grooves, dry wit, and rock's yummy goodness, Organ Thief is not one to anchor themselves to a particular sound. They have drawn comparisons to such diverse groups as Can, Morphine, Captain Beefheart, Dinosaur Jr., Sonic Youth, Spoon, & early Queens of the Stone Age while touring with and opening for such bands as H.R. from Bad Brains, Man Man, Drums & Tuba, Jucifer, and What Made Milwaukee Famous. Their full-length debut album Orphan Teeth has been garnering fans and critical praise since its release in fall 2005, with airplay on college and national radio stations. The band is currently putting the finishing touches on their next EP expected to be released in February of 2008.