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  • Third Man Live 05-10-2011 Third Man Live 05-10-2011 Quick View

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    Third Man Live 05-10-2011

    Known the world-over for his highly-acclaimed work with Chisel and the Pharmacists, Ted Leo is found here performing solo at Jack White's Third Man Records in Nashville, TN on May 10th, 2011. Just voice and electric guitar and a man known to speak the truth. Recorded direct-to-analog tape and pressed to vinyl as is the nature with concerts at Third Man. 12 black vinyl LP in plain black sleeve.
    1. Nothing Much To Say
    2. The Sword In The Stone
    3. Bleeding Powers
    4. Me And Mia
    5. The Nice People Argument
    6. The High Party
    7. The Gold Finch And The Red Oak Tree
    8. Bottled In Cork
    9. The Little Smug Supper Club
    10. One Polaroid A Day
    11. A Bottle Of Buckie
    12. Timorous Me
    13. Fisherman's Blues
    Ted Leo
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    The Both

    Ted Leo, of Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, and Oscar-nominated Aimee Mann from 'Til Tuesday have joined forces for their collaborative project The Both, previously known as #both. The band is built upon a friendship forged when they were on tour last year, and a mutual respect for each other's talents and musical vocabularies.
    1. The Gambler
    2. Milwaukee
    3. No Sir
    4. Volunteers of America
    5. Pay For it
    6. You Can't Help Me Now
    7. The Prisoner
    8. Hummingbird
    9. Honesty is no Excuse
    10. Bedtime Stories
    11. The Inevitable Shove
    The Both
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  • The Brutalist Bricks (Awaiting Repress) The Brutalist Bricks (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    The Brutalist Bricks (Awaiting Repress)

    New Jersey's Ted Leo And The Pharmacists are back after a two year break with their fourth album and Matador debut, The Brutalist Bricks. This extraordinarily assured, wide ranging album explores new ground for Ted, showcasing his singer/songwriter skills while remaining emotionally and energetically true to his punk roots. From the thrilling opener and video track The Mighty Sparrow to the apocalyptic Last Days, startling influences reveal themselves. Sure, hardcore punk vibes are there, as is acoustically driven power-pop, but from Elvis Costello to Billy Bragg, there's a softer, at times more introspective side at work here, with one entirely acoustic number. From start to finish, Ted's inventive, sparkling songwriting and his tightly wound, explosively chop-worthy band keep the momentum both ferocious and fascinating.
    1. The Mighty Sparrow
    2. Mourning In America
    3. Ativan Eyes
    4. Even Heroes Have To Die
    5. The Stick
    6. Bottled In Cork
    7. Woke Up Near Chelsea
    8. One Polaroid A Day
    9. Where Was My Brain
    10. Bartomelo And The Buzzing Of Bees
    11. Tuberculoids Arrive In Hop
    12. Gimme The Wire
    13. Last Days
    Ted Leo And The Pharmacists
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    Birds Of Avalon

    Comes with a digital download card! On 180 gram vinyl with 3-D artwork (3-D glasses included).

    Birds of Avalon is a psych rock band from Raleigh, NC. They are a band's band, with people like Ted Leo, Kliph Scurlock (Flaming Lips) and Ryan Adams singing their praises. Their new album is another analog-only collaboration with Mitch Easter (REM, Wilco, Pavement) that builds on the pop aesthetic of Bazaar Bazaar but blazes new progressive trails while anticipating the psychedelic experimentation of Uncanny Valley.

    1. Xarardheere

    2. Golden Nose

    3. Invasion

    4. Polysex Deathblog

    5. Road To Oslo

    6. & Moonbeams

    7. Diggi Palace

    8. Pim Pom

    9. Particle Drag

    10. Spiders On The Line

    11. Shadowy End
    Birds Of Avalon
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    Infinity Caller

    What do you do when irrational guilt and fear start to steer the ship? When you're a kid living in the Dallas suburbs it's relatively predictable; you start to see a shrink, take some prescribed meds, and as soon as you have access, numb the voices with
    drugs and alcohol. Not a particularly novel or interesting trajectory, but what if those voices just keep getting louder, consuming every waking moment, leaving you effectively paralyzed or twitching with paranoia? After a while, succumbing to these voices might seem self-indulgent, a cry for attention, or just boilerplate teenage histrionics. What do you do when you're 30; a grown-ass-man still tethered to the beast that dictated your life throughout your formative years? You could do a lot of things, but if you're Travis Johnson of the band Grooms, you stop drinking, soberly stare the demons in the face, and start writing songs.

    Johnson's OCD (a religion-centric form of OCD called Scrupulosity) has guided all of his adult life's pursuits, from inspiring his initial interest in music to his current day job making guitar pedals at Brookyn's Death By Audio. After releasing two albums on the prestigious indie label Kanine Records, the band still hadn't gained enough traction to support themselves with their music and they were understandably ready to call it quits. However, in 2011, impressed with their albums and live shows, author Michael Azerrad invited Grooms to perform at his Our Band Could Be Your Life show alongside St. Vincent, Ted Leo, Wye Oak, Dan Deacon, and WV alumni Dirty Projectors. It was a huge opportunity for the band, and the catalyst for what would become their
    new album Infinity Caller. Azerrad's enthusiasm and encouragement gave Johnson the confidence to soldier on, keep making music, and ultimately find peace of mind.

    1. Lion Name
    2. I Think We're Alone Now
    3. Sleep Detective
    4. Iskra Goodbye
    5. Play
    6. Susie Jo
    7. Completely
    8. Very Very Librarian
    9. Sometimes Sometimes
    10. Something I Learned Today
    11. Infinity Caller
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