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Best to bring your bib

Posted by Matt Shaer  January 24, 2007 11:00 AM

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I count my love for the music of Ted Leo up there with other unalienable rights: Life, liberty, the pursuit of "Happyness" (natch) and the ability to use 15 minutes of every workday to watch last night's Colbert report on YouTube.

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So when Mr. Leo releases new material, it's not just manna from heaven; it also sends me into lip-smacking, mouth-foaming, paroxysms of joy.

Do you believe the hype? Did I get drool on your sweater?

Listen: "Sons of Cain," from the forthcoming (due in March) Ted Leo and the Pharmacists' album.

Hint: Click the link, and you'll be able to save the track in your iTunes. Don't get greedy.

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