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Download Parallel Or Together? - Ted Leo / Pharmacists - The Tyranny Of Distance (CD, Album)
2001
Label: Lookout! Records - LK268-1/LK268-2 • Format: CD Album, Promo, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk


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  1. Akinomi says:
    The Tyranny of Distance is the second album by American rock band Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, released in by Lookout! Records. It was the group's first album as a full band, as their previous album tej leo(?), Rx / pharmacists had been a solo effort by singer/guitarist Ted divecurpercbabbse.enanenacnonjohnfunhurtmedtobothe.infoinfo: Indie rock.
  2. Kazrashicage says:
    Jun 19,  · The Tyranny of Distance Ted Leo and the Pharmacists ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Biomusicology 2 Parallel or Together 3 Under the Hedge 4 Dial Up 5 More By Ted Leo and the Pharmacists See All. Shake the Sheets The Brutalist Bricks
  3. Mozuru says:
    The Tyranny of Distance, an album by Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, The Pharmacists on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics divecurpercbabbse.enanenacnonjohnfunhurtmedtobothe.infoinfoed on:
  4. Gardamuro says:
    Sep 10,  · Ted used to be in a band called Chisel. Some of you may have heard of them; they were a very popular mod-punk hybrid that was around for the majority of the nineties. They disbanded sometime around , and that's when Ted's solo career began. To be honest with you, the first time I saw and heard Ted Leo I hated him.9/
  5. Kazigore says:
    This is a brilliant pop/rock album and there are definitely no fillers! I must admit that "the tyranny of distance" was my very first exposure to Ted Leo's genius but allegedly the guy has been around for quite a long time (about 10 years which, it goes without saying, is like a lifetime in indie terms)/5(18).
  6. Vukazahn says:
    Reissue comes with MP3 download Includes a full-size insert with lyrics and credits. All Songs C&P SESAC Recorded and mixed at National Recording, Washington, DC, February 17 - March 3, /5(19).
  7. Minris says:
    Apr 25,  · The making of Ted Leo And The Pharmacists’ The Tyranny Of Distance By John Vettese On their third day in the studio together, Ted Leo and Brendan Canty watched a reel-to-reel machine explode all over National Recording. “The tape shot across the room and whipped like a rope,” says Canty. “Like a bullwhip. You could Continue reading "MAGNET Classics: Ted Leo And The Pharmacists.
  8. Zolojinn says:
    Dec 16,  · The Tyranny of Distance is the first real album by Ted Leo and the Pharmacists (Tej leo(?), Rx / pharmacists is actually a solo project). But at this stage the group still hasn't solidified yet, so the album has kind of a homemade basement demo charm to it, like Ted Leo gathered a bunch of people of various musical skill to play bass and drums so he could bash out a bunch of new /5().
  9. Moogugore says:
    Aug 21,  · Ted Leo & The Pharmacists – The Tyranny of Distance The Tyranny of Distance is the second album from Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, and it sounds absolutely huge. From the distant, feeding-back guitar that kicks it off, all the way through the ending featuring just Ted and his ES, it’s a monumental work.

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