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RX/ Pharmacists features 19 songs of twisted samples, scattered tape loops, and an occasional track of tuneful, Jam-inspired punk. The only problem is that the actual songs featured here contain a wall of unnecessary noise in the background - whether it's a distracting turntable or a recording that sounds as if it came from a warped audio cassette.
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.
Album · 1999 · 19 Songs. Tej Leo(?), Rx/Pharmacists Ted Leo and the Pharmacists. Listen on Apple Music.
tej leo(?), Rx, pharmacists. This album has an average beat per minute of 117 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 59/168 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist tej leo(?), Rx, pharmacists. BPM Profile tej leo(?), Rx, pharmacists. Album starts at 90BPM, ends at 135BPM (+45), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Ted Leo and the Pharmacists.
Album by Ted Leo and the Pharmacists. Call Off the Invasion/Flydocious Invasion. The 'Nice People' Argument. Mr. Annoyatron Brown. version: to decline to make some tea). The Northeast Corridor. version: to decline to take a shower). Congressional Dubcision. version: whisper: courage). Sm 11:11/The Trumpet of the Martians.
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Ted Leo & The Pharmacists. Exclusive Prime pricing. Tej Leo(?), Rx/Pharmacists. Ted Leo, known to legions (?) of fans as the angsty guitarist & vocalist of the now-defunct band Chisel, goes a bit experimental and discovers the fun of tape loops, samples, and just plain noise. Fans of Chisel's combo of pop-punk and mod may be turned off by this CD, which does not really highlight Leo's great lyrics & songwriting (although you'll still find it in a few tracks, especially "The Nice People Argument"), but rather, how he's been spending his days cooped up with the MIDI machines.