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Pacer - The Amps - Pacer (CD, Album)


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  1. Find album release information for Pacer - The Amps on AllMusic. Find album release information for Pacer - The Amps on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases; Editors' Choice; All New Releases Pacer: 4AD: CD: Pacer: 4AD GAD CD 9/
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Pacer on Discogs. Label: PIAS Benelux - ,4AD - BAD CD • Format: CD Album • Country: Benelux • /5(8).
  3. The Amps were formed by the legendary Kim Deal when the Breeders had a little break. The only album the side-project produced was “Pacer”, which was released in The title track opens the album and is a lovely, druggy, melodic ditty. The single, “Tipp City", in comparison, is 7/10(1).
  4. Album: Pacer. Get the Sheet Music License This Song lyrics. Songfacts®: The Amps were a band from Dayton, Ohio. They were formed by Kim Deal in after her group the Breeders went on hiatus, after Deal's sister and bandmate Kelley was arrested for heroin possession. With Kelley in rehab, in St Paul, Minnesota, Kim announced plans for a.
  5. Soon, the Amps flowered into a full-fledged band, recording material intended for both Kim's solo project and the third Breeders album. Recruiting drummer Jim MacPherson and two local Dayton musicians, Deal recorded Pacer in the summer of , releasing it in the fall. Appropriately, the album is raw, punky, and amateurish -- it's lo-fi garage punk.9/
  6. May 02,  · Title: Pacer Artist: The Amps Genre: Released: Tracks: 1 - Pacer - 2 - Tipp City - 3 - I Am Decided - 4 - Mom's Drunk - 5 - Bragging Party - 6 - Hoverin - 7 - First Revival - 8 - Full on Idle - 9 - Breaking the Split Screen Barrier.
  7. While I was familiar with Kim Deal's other bands The Pixies and The Breeders, I only found out about The Amps when I saw the "Pacer" video on VH1 Classic. This is a very good collection of songs, and I would've liked to hear more from this band. My one complaint is that perhaps this record is too lo-fi/5(41).
  8. Soon, the Amps flowered into a full-fledged band, recording material intended for both Kim's solo project and the third Breeders album. Recruiting drummer Jim MacPherson and two local Dayton musicians, Deal recorded Pacer in the summer of , releasing it in the fall. Appropriately, the album is raw, punky, and amateurish -- it's lo-fi garage.
  9. The group was named when Kim Deal started calling herself Tammy Ampersand for fun, and the band Tammy and the Amps. They recorded the album Pacer in the United States and Ireland. Pacer was released in October The group toured the United States, Europe, and Australia, with bands including the Foo Fighters, Sonic Youth, and Guided by Voices.

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