Move (The Original Sins album)

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The Original Sins - Move.jpeg
Studio album by The Original Sins
Released February 21, 1992
Recorded John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
Genre Garage punk, garage rock
Length 70:30
Label Psonik
Producer Peter Buck, John Keane
The Original Sins chronology
Self Destruct
(1990)Self Destruct1990
Out There
(1992)Out There1992
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2/5 stars[1]

Move is the fourth studio album by garage rock band The Original Sins, released in early 1992 through Psonik Records. The album was intended to be a break into mainstream music for the band, but the record sold poorly among its initial release. The album's production duties were credited to Peter Buck, frontman of punk rock band R.E.M., but most of the production was actually done by John Keane.[2]

After the album's release, Dave Ferrarra left the group, who would not come back until the release of Suburban Primitive. He would be replaced with drummer Seth Baer.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by John Telersky.

1."She's On My Side"2:13
2."Wake Up"3:39
3."Watch You Dance"3:01
4."I Surrender"3:02
5."Talking To You"2:56
6."Like An Animal"3:22
9."All Good Things"3:43
10."Feel So Fine"2:20
11."Getting The Feeling"2:50
12."Forest For The Trees"2:04
13."I'll Be Around"2:33
15."Between The Lines"2:29
16."If I Knew"2:46
17."Closing My Eyes"2:30
18."I Never Dreamed"2:49
19."Break The Chain"2:29
20."Hit Or Miss"2:38
21."Nothing's Everything"2:10
22."It's A Good Life"3:49
23."Not Today"2:30
24."Devil's Music"4:04


The Original Sins[edit]

  • John Terlesky - Vocals, guitar, cover art
  • Ken Bussiere - Bass
  • Dan McKinney - Organ
  • Dave Ferrara - Drums


  • John Keane - Engineering, production
  • Peter Buck - Production
  • Pat Dillette - Engineering
  • Michael Sarsfeild - Mastering
  • Pete Ciccone - Layout


  1. ^ N/A. "Move". Allmusic. Retrieved April 4, 2015.
  2. ^ Houriehan, Carrie. "Brother JT Interview" (PDF). Retrieved April 4, 2015.

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