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Ted Leo And The Pharmacists

Shake The Sheets

Lookout! 310

Released on October 19, 2004

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Ted Leo And The Pharmacists' latest album "Shake The Sheets" is a triumph on nearly every level. Produced by Chris Shaw (Dashboard Confessional, Bob Dylan, Public Enemy) in New York City during the spring of 2004, it is informed by almost every political and cultural conversation happening in our world today, but presents the conversation with a message of hope and humility.

Ted is a special artist whose most recent full length, 2003's Hearts Of Oak, dominated critics' lists for the year, garnering glowing features and positive reviews in SPIN (9 out of 10), Rolling Stone (3 Stars), Alternative Press (5 out of 5), The New Yorker and Entertainment Weekly as well as tremendous support from the punk press and online music sites. His nearly incessant touring over the last three years has won him legions of fans around the world that are hotly anticipating his newest album. At College Radio, "Hearts Of Oak" peaked at # 7 on CMJ Top 200; # 8 on CMJ Core and was #2 most added. Oak also enjoyed 7 weeks of impressive commercial specialty radio play including specialty chart peaks of #1 on the FMQB Magazine Chart, #3 on the R&R Magazine Chart. The video for "Where Have All The Rudeboys Gone?" got numerous plays on MTV2 and Fuse and Ted Leo hosted an episode of MTV2's Subterranean. Ted Leo And The Pharmacists even performed on a 2003 episode of Late Night With Conan O'Brien.

With a fantastic producer and great studio (James Iha's Stratosphere in Manhattan), Ted was finally able to achieve the cleanest, biggest sound he has ever had. "Shake The Sheets" is his greatest work to date and surely the album to push him through to even bigger success.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Me And Mia Voted #1  19%
2 The Angels' Share  12%
3 The One Who Got Us Out  3%
4 Counting Down The Hours Voted #2  18%
5 Little Dawn  8%
6 Heart Problems  5%
7 Criminal Piece  4%
8 Better Dead Than Lead  3%
9 Shake The Sheets  7%
10 Bleeding Powers  7%
11 Walking To Do Voted #3  15%
Come back on or after Tuesday, October 19 to vote for your favorite songs

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Robyne from Corona, CA 
Mar 12 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Ted Leo's pretty cool, and he writes some catchy songs. I just couldn't get into this cd. I think it's just me cause everyone else I know loves this cd and Ted Leo himself. Check it out if you're into straight up rock n roll with a thug twist...courtesy of Ted Leo.

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Cal from Cambridge, ON Canada 
Oct 29 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

GREAT ALBUM!!! Ted Leo nevers fails to put out a great record. If you don't have this buy it now. This CD is just as great as the others. BUY IT NOW!!!!





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