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Ted Leo / Pharmacists - Hearts Of Oak Album

Ted Leo / Pharmacists - Hearts Of Oak Album
Performer: Ted Leo / Pharmacists
Title: Hearts Of Oak
Country: Australia
Genre: Rock Music
Style:Folk Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk
Released: 2002
Catalog number: LOOKOUT290 CD
Label: Lookout! Records
MP3 album szie: 2968 mb
FLAC album size: 2196 mb

Tracklist

1Hearts Of Oak5:38
2The Ballad Of The Sin Eater5:20
3Building Skyscrapers In The Basement
Drums – Danny Leo
1:38
4First To Finish, Last To Start
Guitar – Chris Leo
1:54
5Tell Balgeary, Balgury Is Dead4:09
6The Crane Takes Flight5:28
7Where Have All The Rude Boys Gone?5:02
8Bridges, Squares4:46
9The High Party4:53
10The Anointed One4:08
11I'm A Ghost4:27
12Dead Voices3:43
132nd Ave, 11AM3:32

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LK290 LPTed Leo / Pharmacists Hearts Of Oak ‎(LP, Album)Lookout! RecordsLK290 LPUS2002
OMOCD-0003Ted Leo / Pharmacists Hearts Of Oak ‎(CD, Album)Omo's Lastrum DiskOMOCD-0003Japan2003
LK290 LPTed Leo / Pharmacists Hearts Of Oak ‎(LP, Album, RE)Lookout! RecordsLK290 LPUS2010
LK290 CDTed Leo / Pharmacists Hearts Of Oak ‎(CD, Album)Lookout! RecordsLK290 CDUS2002

Credits

  • Backing VocalsDorien Garry, Kim Thompson, Tiffany Anders
  • Backing Vocals, Handclaps, WhistlingChris Leo, Jodi Buonanno
  • BassDave Lerner
  • DrumsChris Wilson
  • Electric Piano, OrganDorien Garry
  • Handclaps, WhistlingAmy Leo, Eric Brunulf, Pat Graham
  • Mastered ByJohn Golden
  • Recorded BySamara Lubelski
  • Recorded By, ProducerNicholas Vernhes
  • Violin, Handclaps, WhistlingIda Pearle
  • Vocals, Guitar, Percussion, Organ, Melodica, Handclaps, Whistling, Producer, Written-ByTed Leo

Notes

Recorded September 6-12 and 16-20, 2002, at the Rare Book Room, Brooklyn, New York.
Mastered October 4, 2002.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5 021456 121038

Companies

  • Recorded At – Rare Book Room
  • Manufactured By – Shock Records Pty. Ltd.

Short intro

Hearts of Oak is the third studio album by American indie rock band Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, released on February 11, 2003 by Lookout Records. A music video was filmed for the single Where Have All the Rude Boys Gone. It was ranked 59th by the online magazine Pitchfork on the list of the 200 albums of the decade. Hearts of Oak garnered universal acclaim from music critics highlighting Leo's musicianship in terms of lyrical content, instrumentation and vocal performance. At Metacritic, which. Hearts of Oak is just as exciting and powerful as The Tyranny of Distance. Lyrically dense and literate, Leo tells a story like no one since Phil Lynott in the glory days of Thin Lizzy or maybe Kevin Rowland at the height of Dexy's peak. The Pharmacists' sound has elements of punk, mod, Irish folk, agit-funk, dub, and power pop played with controlled fury and topped by Leo's amazingly elastic vocals. Ted Leo & The Pharmacists. Hearts of Oak. Album 2012 13 Songs. The Ballad of the Sin Eather. 5: Summary: On this release, Ted Leo matures as a musician and songwriter and delivers his coming out extravaganza, full of infectious melodies and great lines. Before I can describe the band, this album, or anything to do with why I'm writing this, something must be understood: While the comic presented depicts a fictional circumstance and has nothing at all to do with Hearts of Oak, it must be known that the comic gets the point across that Ted Leo really rocks, like really. This ability to rock can be viewed as a good or bad. It was recorded September 6-12 and 16-20, 2002, at the Rare Book Room, Brooklyn, New York. It was mastered October 4, 2002. Pitchforks Rob Mitchum gave the record a Best New Music tag and scored it an 8. 3, saying, Hearts of Oak comes out smelling far sweeter than the releases of Leos fellow glossy-mag guitar loyalists. Show all albums by Ted Leo and The Pharmacists. 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. His next album, 2001's The Ty read more. Ted Leo and the Pharmacists are an indiepunk band, with roots in traditional rock. They formed while Leo was living in Washington, DC, but now have members based around the northeast Unite read mor. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Ted Leo and the Pharmacists. Hearts of Oak, 2012. Hearts of Oak, 05:38. The Ballad of the Sin Eather, 05:20. Dead Voices, 03:43. The Anointed One, 04:08. This item:Hearts of Oak by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists Audio CD . Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by onlinebob1. Tyranny of Distance by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists Audio CD . Ships from and sold by Pahla's Emporium. Hearts of Oak opens with the intro like Building Skyscrapers. that leads right into one of the catchiest songs on the album, and I believe the first single, Where Have All the Rude Boys Gone It serves as possibly the best example of how catchy his songs can be. This album is full of energy with loud drums and bright guitars, all serving as a backdrop for Ted's amazing voice. Ted and Co. serve up the best album to come outta Jersey since Slippery When Wet. Ted Leo and the Pharmacists 2001 full-length The Tyranny of Distance had the scope and magnitude of a genuine epic, its songs a blend of giddy power-pop hooks and soaring grandeur on tracks such as Biomusicology and Timorous Me. But Hearts of Oak takes that a step further. From the beginning, Hearts of Oak has the makings of a big statement. Building Skyscrapers in the Basement starts off with some melancholy mysticism, pulling the listener in before going full blast with the anthemic Where Have All the Rude Boys Gone