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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. The album incorporated multiple styles including Celtic rock, acoustic folk balladry, and pop rock. During the supporting tours for The Tyranny of Distance bassist Dave Lerner, drummer Chris Wilson, and keyboardist Dorien Garry became permanent members of the band. The group's next album, 2003's Hearts of Oak, drew from punk rock and new wave influences. The EP Tell Balgeary, Balgury Is Dead soon followed and featured a number of Leo's solo songs and covers.
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Ted Leo went into the studio with his Pharmacists and recorded "Rock'n'Roll Dreams'll Come Through" which is a song that was originally made popular on The Best Show on WFMU and featured on "New Hope For The Ape-Eared" CD by Tom Scharpling & Jon Wurster. Both tracks are exclusive to this single.
Get the Tempo of the songs by Ted Leo And The Pharmacists, including Tell Balgeary, Balgury Is Dead(169BPM), Timorous Me(112BPM), Where Was My Brain?(97BPM), Fourth World War(138BPM), Who Do You Love?(165BPM), Where Have All the Rude Boys Gone?(82BPM), The Northeast Corridor(103BPM). Ted Leo and the Pharmacists are an indie/punk band, with roots in traditional rock. They formed while Leo was living in Washington, DC, but now have members based around the northeast United States. Leo came from Bloomfield, New Jersey. The band consists of singer-songwriter and guitarist Ted Leo, guitarist James Canty, bassist Marty 'Violence' Key, and drummer Chris Wilson. After his previous band, Chisel, broke up in the late 1990s, Ted recorded the Tej Leo(?) Rx Pharmacists album in 1999, followed by the Treble in Trouble EP in 2000.