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Ted Leo And The Pharmacists - Living With The Living Album
Ted Leo And The Pharmacists - Living With The Living Album
Performer: Ted Leo And The Pharmacists
Title: Living With The Living
Label: Touch And Go
Country: US
Released: 20 Mar 2007
Style: Alternative Rock, Reggae, Dub, Punk, Indie Rock
Cat: TG302
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2364 mb | MP3 size: 2082 mb | WMA size: 2222 mb
Genre: Rock / Reggae
Tracklist

1Fourth World War0:35
2The World Stops Turning3:26
3Bomb.Repeat.Bomb.3:18
4Annunciation Day / Born On Christmas Day1:33
5Colleen3:05
6La Costa Brava5:56
7A Bottle Of Buckie3:11
8Army Bound3:11
9C.I.A.6:33
10The Toro And The Toreador6:09
11The Unwanted Things4:33
12Who Do You Love?4:14
13Sons Of Cain3:59
14The Lost Brigade7:28
15Some Beginner's Mind3:50

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TG302prTed Leo And The Pharmacists Living With The Living ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Touch And GoTG302prUS2007
ura209Ted Leo And The Pharmacists Living With The Living ‎(CD, Album + CD, EP)Spunkura209Australia2007
TG302CD, TG304CDTed Leo And The Pharmacists Living With The Living + Mo' Living E.P. ‎(CD, Album + CD, EP)Touch And Go, Touch And GoTG302CD, TG304CDUS2007
TG302CDTed Leo And The Pharmacists Living With The Living ‎(CD, Album)Touch And GoTG302CDUS2007
PCD-23899Ted Leo And The Pharmacists Living With The Living ‎(CD, Album, Ltd)P-Vine RecordsPCD-23899Japan2007

Credits

  • BassDave Lerner
  • DesignIda Pearle, Jodi V.B
  • DrumsChris Wilson
  • EngineerBrendan Canty, Ian Neill
  • Guitar, Vocals, Performer [Et. Al.]Ted Leo
  • Mastered ByRoger Seibel
  • Mixed ByBrendan Canty, Ted Leo
  • Photography ByShawn Brackbill
  • ProducerBrendan Canty

Notes

Comes with 2-sided, color lyric/credit sheet.

Outer wrapping has sticker w/ the following text:
"+MP3 This limited edition LP includes a coupon for a free download of the entire album in MP3 format, plus bonus MP3s of tracks not included on the album."

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 36172 10021 7
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): TG-302-A 15213.1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): TG-302-B 15213.2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C etched): TG-302-C 15213.3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D etched): TG-302-D 15213.4
  • Matrix / Runout (stamped): SAE MASTERING
  • Rights Society: SESAC

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Touch And Go Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Touch And Go Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Huan, Hound Of Valinor Music
  • Pressed By – Record Technology Incorporated – 15213
  • Published By – Huan, Hound Of Valinor Music
  • Recorded At – Long View Farm Studios
  • Recorded At – Blind Spot
  • Engineered At – Long View Farm Studios
  • Engineered At – Blind Spot
  • Mixed At – Blind Spot
  • Mastered At – SAE Mastering

Album

Living with the Living is the fifth album by the Washington, D. rock band Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, released in 2007 by Touch and Go Records. It was the band's first album for the Touch and Go label and debuted on the U. Billboard 200 at number 109, selling about 8,000 copies in its first week. Music videos were filmed for the singles Bomb. and Colleen. Living With The Living. Alternative Rock. Follow Ted Leo & The Pharmacists and others on SoundCloud. Album release date: 20 March 2007. Now on his fifth album, Living With the Living, the thirtysomething rocker still prefers the same music he's probably loved since his teens: the smarty-pants punk and new wave of turn-of-the-1970s UK labels like Stiff the amped-up rhythm'n'soul of 60s mod and ska the rangy heavy rock of Thin Lizzy the hard-strumming. folksiness of 80s indie and the idealism impressed on him by American hardcore. The Pharmacists' oeuvre is all of a two-toned piece, but each record stands on its own, just different enough from its predecessor. Call me a booster rather than a critic, but I love Ted Leo and the Pharmacists and seriously want this band be, like, fucking huge. The Toro and the Toreador. 2007 Touch and Go Records. More By Ted Leo and the Pharmacists. The Brutalist Bricks. Hearts of Oak. Living with the Living. Living with the Living marks full-length number five for Leo and his crew of Pharmacists, and it's another literate and stirring collection of songs built around his sweetly elastic voice and tightly wound guitars. On personal and human levels, he hits it all - anger, happiness, frustration, love, uncertainty, hope, sadness, rebellion - in songs that burst with passion and a true zest for being alive cuts like the bright immediacy of The Sons of Cain and the tender Irish-flavored frolic of A Bottle of Buckie find Leo in top form and easily put. a smile on one&ap. Play album. 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. Living With the Living Tracklist. The Sons of Cain Lyrics. Army Bound Lyrics. Show all albums by Ted Leo and The Pharmacists. Ted Leo and The Pharmacists. Living With the Living. Living with the Living is Leo's most diverse album yet, a sort of musical This is your life, where the artist revisits styles. On their fifth studio album, Living with the Living, Ted Leo and the Pharmacists deliver what they do bestLiving with the Living is Leo's most diverse album yet, a sort of musical This is your life, where the artist revisits styles and forms that he's loved in the past. Read full review. Alternative Press. Living With The Living takes steps back to New Jersey, with the sort of big rock 'n' roll, free of subcultural claim, that'd make the Boss proud. Prefix Magazine. The album features Leo's most meaty and confidant singing to date. All this publication&apos. On their fifth studio album, Living with the Living, Ted Leo and the Pharmacists deliver what they do best Expand. 0 of 0 users found this helpful. Leos fifth studio album brims with his love of British indie music from the past forty years. Each song has nods and winks to his musical heroes Strummer, Partridge, Davies and Costello all make spiritual appearances during this album. When this works, it works well. The excellent La Costa Brava and The Sons of Cain are the real standouts here, these burst out of your speakers with aggression, timing and crunching riffs that mesmerise your ears. presents Ted Leo and The Pharmacists performing live in the KEXP studio

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