Album · 2012 · 13 Songs. 6. The Ballad of the Sin Eather.
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists (sometimes written Ted Leo/Pharmacists, Ted Leo + Pharmacists, or TL/Rx) are an American rock band formed in 1999 in Washington, . They have released six full-length studio albums and have toured internationally. Though the group's lineup has fluctuated throughout their career, singer/guitarist Ted Leo has remained the band's main songwriter, creative force, and only constant member.
Hearts of Oak. Ted Leo and The Pharmacists. Released February 11, 2003. Hearts of Oak Tracklist. 1. Building Skyscrapers in the Basement Lyrics. Pitchfork’s Rob Mitchum gave the record a Best New Music tag and scored it an ., saying, Hearts of Oak comes out smelling far sweeter than the releases of Leo’s fellow glossy-mag guitar loyalists
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Ted Leo & the Pharmacists released one of 2001's best albums. Tough as wire with hooks, power, and heart galore, The Tyranny of Distance is a modern-day punk classic - hard to follow up convincingly, but Leo has cemented his place at the forefront of rock music in the year 2003 with his new record. 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
Simply put, Ted Leo is the man. He's a true craftsman of music, able to write some of the catchiest songs I've ever heard. Hearts of Oak is a fine album, easily one of the best of the past couple of years
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. Hearts of Oak is longer than its predecessor by a considerable margin, which makes it all the more remarkable that it also contains many of Ted Leo and the Pharmacists’ best songs.
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. Studio album by. Hearts of Oak garnered universal acclaim from music critics highlighting Leo's musicianship in terms of lyrical content, instrumentation and vocal performance
Ted Leo And The Pharmacists - Hearts Of Oak Album Lyrics. 2. The Ballad of the Sin Eater Lyrics. 3. The High Party Lyrics.
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|Building Skyscrapers In The Basement||1:38|
|Where Have All The Rude Boys Gone?||5:02|
|I'm A Ghost||4:27|
|The High Party||4:53|
|Hearts Of Oak||5:38|
|The Ballad Of The Sin Eater||5:20|
|The Anointed One||4:08|
|Tell Balgeary, Balgury Is Dead||4:09|
|2nd Ave, 11AM||3:32|
|First To Finish, Last To Start||1:54|
|The Crane Takes Flight||5:28|
|LK290 LP||Ted Leo / Pharmacists||Hearts Of Oak (LP, Album)||Lookout! Records||LK290 LP||US||2002|
|LK290 CD||Ted Leo / Pharmacists||Hearts Of Oak (CD, Album)||Lookout! Records||LK290 CD||US||2002|
|LOOKOUT290 CD||Ted Leo / Pharmacists||Hearts Of Oak (CD, Album)||Lookout! Records||LOOKOUT290 CD||Australia||2002|
|OMOCD-0003||Ted Leo / Pharmacists||Hearts Of Oak (CD, Album)||Omo's Lastrum Disk||OMOCD-0003||Japan||2003|
|LK290 LP||Ted Leo / Pharmacists||Hearts Of Oak (LP, Album, RE)||Lookout! Records||LK290 LP||US||2010|
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