The Predicates | Let Me Carry Your Books

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Let Me Carry Your Books

by The Predicates

The Predicates bring another great album of fantastic male/female harmonies and this time its also their first all electric album and it totally brings the Rawk.
Genre: Rock: Lo-Fi
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1. Back To Rock You
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2. Dissin' Treez (Electric Version)
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3. Gay Boyfriend
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4. Passing Silence
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5. Grocery Shopping
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6. My World Fell Apart
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7. On The Steps
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8. Walking You Home
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9. In Your Hair
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10. We Talk In Code
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11. Once Again
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Predicates second album, "Let Me Carry Your Books", took a slightly different direction in 2004 when the band, which consisted of Gregg O'Connell on guitar/vocals and Erica Putis on bass/vocals, added Dave Tuetken on drums. Dave not only played drums but decided to record the whole album and it took shape as a very lo-fi and raw sounding take on what they did live. Their quirky lyrics and catchy riff were still prevalent but the real drums really kick up the rock vibe. The Predicates, started playing clubs in Boston and Providence as a band and as much as they loved these cities, they decided it was time for a change. They packed up their cars and trucked across the country and landed in San Diego. They got settled and played out for a while but within 6 months Dave figured out he was really an East Coast boy after all. Erica and Gregg decided to record another album after Dave left and started recording at D-Fab Studios. Bryan Difabio(D-Fab) added such great electronic beats and synth they asked him to start playing shows with them. With the addition of Bryan, The Predicates sound changed to an indie/electro/pop that can be heard on their 3rd album "Wicked Smart". So stop reading this boring stuff, take a listen to "Let Me Carry Your Books" and "Wicked Smart" and The Predicates will love you forever for it...


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Nidz

It's a MUST HAVE summer album!
This album rocks. The songs are fun, the lyrics are AMAZING! I love the whole thing. I am ADDICTED to it. I totally replaced my B.E.P. The E.N.D. album with Let Me Carry Your Books in my car! Everyone needs to buy this one!