Treble in Trouble

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Treble in Trouble
EP by Ted Leo and the Pharmacists
Released September 26, 2000
Recorded January 2000
Genre Rock, Punk rock, Indie rock
Length 23:08
Label Ace Fu
Producer Brendan Canty
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists chronology
tej leo(?), Rx / pharmacists
Treble in Trouble
The Tyranny of Distance
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Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Treble in Trouble is an EP by the Washington, D.C. rock band Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, released in 2000 by Ace Fu Records. It was the group's first release as a full band, following a debut album which had essentially been a Ted Leo solo release. Following that album Leo assembled a backing band called The Pharmacists and recorded this EP, which was much less experimental than his solo releases and structured more in punk rock and indie rock. It includes versions of two songs Leo had written with his previous band The Sin Eaters.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Ted Leo and the Pharmacists except where indicated.

  1. "Abner Louima v. Gov. Pete Wilson" (written and originally performed by Ted Leo and The Sin Eaters)
  2. "Come Baby Come"
  3. "The 11th"
  4. "Treble in Trouble" (written and originally performed by Ted Leo and The Sin Eaters)
  5. "Little Girl in Bloom" (written and originally performed by Thin Lizzy)


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