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Sunday, April 22 2007

Branching Out: An Interview With Ted Leo

America's last remaining old-style punk rocker revisits his hardcore, pop, mod, soul, celtic and reggae roots in his fifth and latest full-length. "I knew going into it that I didn't want this record to be as concise as the last one," he says.

Wednesday, April 18 2007

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists: Living With the Living

The punk rocker makes his most varied album, but he nearly spreads it too thin.

Wednesday, August 31 2005

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists

A Dear John for dear Ted...

Monday, November 1 2004

Ted Leo and The Pharmacists: Shake the Sheets

Shake the Sheets is bleary eyed and caffeine-stoked, empathetic and unfiltered, as majestically melodic as Jon Brion and fiercely topical as Joe Strummer. It's a clean, bright thunderbolt of self-expression, overwhelmingly electric like flood lights, and probably one of the best sets of no-frills, intelligent rock you'll hear this year.

Tuesday, December 2 2003

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists + Oneida

Thursday, April 17 2003

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists: Hearts of Oak

Insanely hooky and tortuous, Hearts Of Oak is an informal message that couldn’t have come at a more fitting time.

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