The One AM Radio / Ted Leo / Pharmacists - The One AM Radio / Ted Leo / Pharmacists FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Title: The One AM Radio / Ted Leo / Pharmacists
Style: Folk Rock, Acoustic, Indie Rock
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WMA version ZIP size: 1867 mb
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This split 7" was the first release for The One AM Radio. Later, when Ted Leo achieved some greater notoriety, it was re-released on a CD by Translucence. Matrix, Runout (Side A): GAR-004-AM GOLDEN. Matrix, Runout (Side B): GAR-004-RX GOLDEN. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists - Ted Leo, RX + The One AM Radio Album Lyrics. 1. The Latest Dart Lyrics. Ted Leo and the Pharmacists Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
that indie and especially political punk rockers know and love can first be heard on 2001’s The Tyranny of Distance. Not as political as the following albums Shake the Sheets and Living With the Living, The Tyranny of Distance still showcases the quite personal lyrics of Leo as well as the band’s uncanny skill in crafting smart, catchy choruses and hooks that always sound fresh.
Ted Leo started the Pharmacists essentially as a solo project in 1999. In 1999, he recorded the album tej leo(?), Rx, pharmacists, a solo effort which was highly experimental and mixed elements of punk rock, reggae, dub and audio experimentation. In 2000, Leo expanded the project to a full band including James Canty on guitar, Jodi . on bass and Amy Farina on drums.
The One AM Radio/Ted Leo & the Pharmacists.
tej leo(?), Rx, pharmacists is the debut album by the Washington, . rock band Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, released in 1999 by Gern Blandsten Records. Though considered the band's first album, it is actually a solo effort by Ted Leo with some contributions by Jodi . The following year Leo would assemble a backing band including . which he named The Pharmacists.
tej leo(?), Rx, pharmacists Tracklist. Call Off the Invasion/Flydocious Invasion Lyrics. 3. Walking Through Lyrics. 4. The 'Nice People' Argument Lyrics. Producers Ted Leo. More Ted Leo and The Pharmacists albums. The Brutalist Bricks. Show all albums by Ted Leo and The Pharmacists. T. Ted Leo and The Pharmacists. tej leo(?), Rx, pharmacists.
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Ted Leo & the Pharmacists released a split with the One AM Radio later that year as a collaborative effort of both Gern Blansten and Garbage Czar. In the spring of 2000, Leo's sophomore effort, Treble in Trouble, was released on New Jersey-based Ace Fu Records, displaying a more aggressive and romantic bent to Leo's writing. In the early summer of 2001, Leo released a polished studio effort, The Tyranny of Distance, on Lookout Records. A strong contender for record of the year, it was followed by the equally strong Hearts of Oak in 2003. which appeared in 2004,.
|–The One AM Radio||Ohm's Law|
|–The One AM Radio||Ninety-Nine, One Hundred|
|–Ted Leo / Pharmacists||The Latest Dart|
|–Ted Leo / Pharmacists||To Whom You Were Born|
|GAR004||The One AM Radio / Ted Leo / Pharmacists||The One AM Radio / Ted Leo / Pharmacists - The One AM Radio / Ted Leo / Pharmacists (7", EP)||Garbage Czar||GAR004||US||1999|
|LUX008||The One AM Radio + Ted Leo, Rx*||The One AM Radio + Ted Leo, Rx* - Ted Leo, Rx + The One AM Radio (CD, EP, RE)||Translucence||LUX008||US||2003|