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by The Medics

Indie rock influenced by the Pixies, the Smiths, My Bloody Valentine, Built to Spill, the Beatles, Modest Mouse, Husker Du, etc.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Bloody Up Your Dress
3:27 $0.99
2. Parade
3:04 $0.99
3. Birds
3:15 $0.99
4. The Bounce
4:05 $0.99
5. Yeah
3:42 $0.99
6. Friendly Holy Ghost
3:43 $0.99
7. Help Is On The Way
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Album Notes
The Medics biography, for your reading pleasure...
Don Von Conrad met Will Vunderink at Buck's Rock camp during the summer of 2003, where they started making potions out of chemicals and music. They played together in several other groups for about 8 months, until at a party in New Jersey, the Don met Cameron Wisch and Adir Cohen. The three spent much time bonding over a keyboard, bombarding their third of the keys with their fingers. The first legitimate band practice consisted of massive explosions and ferocious dive-bomb attacks, nearly leveling the building that luckily still contains Funkadelic Studios. Soon after, they decided to call themselves the Medics. They began to play shows in NYC and New Jersey, building a loyal fan base of people who like to have fun, dance, and be bombarded by fuzzed-out guitars, heavy bass, and ridiculously energetic drumming.
Shangri-La was recorded over 6 days in August and September of 2005 at ShoreFire Studio in Long Branch, NJ, and produced by John Denicola. It's a half-hour musical funfest that we suggest you buy and enjoy. Come to a show and see what it's all about.

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ryan treppedi

this cd is amazing, i love it- keep it up guys

Steph Ryder

it's the music you want to listen to the morning after
The best way to describe this cd? Chillaxin. I gave a copy to several hosts on Hamilton Colleges radio station, hope the word gets out on the Medics, I'm a big fan.