Pacer is an album released in October 1995 by the Amps, led by Kim Deal. The album was recorded as a side project to her group the Breeders. She recruited new musicians and naming the group the Amps, recorded Pacer at several studios in the US and Ireland, with different engineers, including Steve Albini, Bryce Goggin, and John Agnello. Despite radio airplay for its single, "Tipp City", Pacer did not sell well.
The Amps were an indie-rock band from Dayton, Ohio. Formed by Kim Deal in 1995 after The Breeders went on hiatus, they first began touring as "Tammy Ampersand and the Amps" (a name inspired by friend Robert Pollard) but it was later shortened to "The Amps.
Recorded at: Easley Studios, Memphis (Easley, McCain), Chicago (Fluss), Pie, Long Island (Goggin), Dreamland, Woodstuk (Agnello, Kappa, McLoughlin), Cybertechnics, Dayton (Doughman), Totally Wired, Dublin (O'Shea, Skerritt), Conway, Los Angeles (Goggin, Kinsley). The tracks on this vinyl release are numbered sequentially 1 to 12. The track durations are not printed on the release.
The Amps has been played on NTS shows including The Freelancer's Breakfast, with Tipp City first played on 17 January 2013. The Amps are an indie rock band from Dayton, Ohio, USA and were formed by Kim Deal in 1995 after The Breeders went on hiatus. They first began touring as "Tammy and the Amps" but it was later shortened to "The Amps. Their album Pacer was released on Halloween of 1995. It is widely believed to consist mostly of songs intended for the follow-up album to the platinum Last Splash
Video for The Amps "Tipp City". Cottonhead, cottonhead. With anonymous internet nation. Once all the best was mine. Tipp City yea, I'm still here. wow they used the album version. I'm surprised since its got the am sound effect to. hen I bought Pacer, I assumed She's a girl and Dedicated were the singles since they're the only 2 songs that have radio quality recordings. They should have been. I LOVE pacer! Breaking the split screen barrier, she's a girl, dedicated, and bragging party are awesome. any one of those songs would have been huge if appropriately promoted. Just heard this in Lick the Star, the Sofia Coppola short.
The Amps were an alternative band formed by Kim Deal (vocals, guitars) after The Breeders went on hiatus in 1995. Completing the group were Jim Macpherson (drums), Nate Farley (guitars), and Luis Lerma (bass). They only released one record, Pacer in October 1995 and went on a tour of the US, Europe and Australia before Kim made the decision to revive The Breeders in 1996. Popular The Amps songs.
The Amps - Tipp City. 1. The Amps - Bragging Party. The Amps - Tipp City. The Amps (live concert) - October 30th, 1995, First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN (early set). Bragging Party - the Amps cover. The Breeders - Tipp City (The Amps Cover). Deerhunter + Breeders play The Amps' "Bragging Party" Live at ATP Minehead 2009 (part).
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