Ty Segall pretty much already owned 2012 before dropping Twins. Earlier this year his collaborative LP Hair (with White Fence) blew me away, and this summer saw the release of the Ty Segall Band’s brutal, pummeling Slaughterhouse. Twins, his third ass-kicking record of the year, is to be viewed as the true follow up to last year’s Goodbye Bread because it’s a true Segall solo album, thought the differences between it and either Hair or Slaughterhouse are minimal. It contains a dozen more choice jams from the dude who is quickly becoming one of the best and most prolific garage rockers in the biz. Like its two predecessors, Twins doesn’t let up, and it covers every facet of what makes him great. For that reason Twins acts as a near perfect entry point into his quickly multiplying discography. Buy it from Drag City.