The Pack A.D.
For a time, it was nearly impossible to see the pure, unfettered ferocity of these creatures in the flesh. But about two years ago, hope arrived in the form of The Pack a.d., an unassuming duo who reintroduced listeners ...
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DISCOGRAPHY

dollhouse (2018)

by The Pack A.D.

1. 1. Woke Up Weird The Pack A.D. 3:45
2. $ The Pack A.D. 2:59
3. 3. Dollhouse The Pack A.D. 3:34
4. 4. Thomas Hardy The Pack A.D. 3:53
5. 5. March of the Martians The Pack A.D. 1:44
6. 6. Not Alright The Pack A.D. 3:00
7. 7. Because Of You The Pack A.D. 3:19
8. 8. Does It Feel Good The Pack A.D. 3:38
9. 9. I Tried The Pack A.D. 2:20

"Positive thinking" (2016)

by The Pack A.D.

rock garage

1. So What The Pack A.D. 2:50
2. Yes I Know The Pack A.D. 3:36
3. Teenage Crime The Pack A.D. 3:37
4. Anyway The Pack A.D. 3:46
5. Medium The Pack A.D. 2:49
6. Los Angeles The Pack A.D. 3:12
7. Sorrow The Pack A.D. 4:01
8. Error The Pack A.D. 3:11
9. Gold Eyes The Pack A.D. 3:27
10. Is It So The Pack A.D. 2:49
11. Skin Me The Pack A.D. 4:30
12. Fair Enough The Pack A.D. 4:03

Version Française (2012)

by The Pack A.D.

1. Sirens The Pack A.D. 3:26
2. Seasick The Pack A.D. 3:44

Unpersons (2011)

by The Pack A.D.

1. Sirens The Pack A.D. 3:24
2. Haunt You The Pack A.D. 3:37
3. Lights The Pack A.D. 2:14
4. 8 The Pack A.D. 1:47
5. Rid of Me The Pack A.D. 3:00
6. Seasick The Pack A.D. 3:44
7. Take The Pack A.D. 4:01
8. Positronic The Pack A.D. 3:01
9. Body Parts The Pack A.D. 3:47
10. Pieces The Pack A.D. 4:12
11. Cardinal Rule The Pack A.D. 3:16
12. Ride The Pack A.D. 3:28
13. Hear Me Out The Pack A.D. 2:56

We Kill Computers (2011)

by The Pack A.D.

1. Deer The Pack A.D. 4:00
2. Everyone Looks Like Everyone The Pack A.D. 3:05
3. Crazy The Pack A.D. 3:54
4. 1880 The Pack A.D. 3:30
5. Math, The Stars The Pack A.D. 1:49
6. Big Anvil The Pack A.D. 3:10
7. Cobra Matte The Pack A.D. 2:56
8. B.C Is On Fire The Pack A.D. 3:43
9. They Know Me The Pack A.D. 3:04
10. K Stomp The Pack A.D. 3:27
11. Catch The Pack A.D. 3:08
12. The Slow Down The Pack A.D. 4:01
13. The Last Martian The Pack A.D. 3:36

VIDEOS

The Pack a.d. - Haunt You
The Pack a.d. - Crazy
The Pack A.D. - Blackout (Official Music Video)
The Pack a.d. - Take (official video)
The Pack a.d. - Sirens (Official Music Video)
The Pack A.D. - Big Shot [Official Music Video]
The Pack a.d. - So What [official Music Video]

BIOGRAPHY

For a time, it was nearly impossible to see the pure, unfettered ferocity of these creatures in the flesh. But about two years ago, hope arrived in the form of The Pack a.d., an unassuming duo who reintroduced listeners to a blistering assault of scuffed, scarred bluesy riffs, pounding drums and unholy howls -- rock 'n' roll as it was meant to be played. Drummer Maya Miller and guitarist/vocalist Becky Black may have cut their teeth on the mean streets of East Vancouver, but their superb recordings Tintype and Funeral Mixtape (both released in 2008 on Mint Records) made it clear that these were no city-girl dilettantes: both of 'em had something wild and wonderful running through their veins. Those lucky enough to witness The Pack a.d.'s performances staggered out of those clubs feeling as though they'd been demolished by a force of nature.

 

In 2009, The Pack a.d. played a jaw-dropping 157 live shows. When they weren't unleashing rock 'n' roll fury, Maya and Becky were trapped in a van. They drove through raging wildfires, swerving to avoid throngs of fleeing animals. They drove through the Rocky Mountains and were left speechless -- as cheesy as it may sound -- by the breathtaking splendour of the trees and the towering rock formations.

When Becky and Maya came to the end of this epic road trip, two things were clear in their minds: 1) Computer-worshipping humans don't hold a candle to the awesomeness of wild beasts; and 2) It was time to stop singing the blues. The pair hightailed it to their HQ (a tiny, unheated band space smack in the middle of Vancouver's notoriously gritty downtown east side) and got to work. As with most things in The Pack a.d. universe, the process was organic: within two weeks, Maya and Becky emerged with we kill computers (Mint), a ragged, thundering wallop of an album that makes their earlier releases sound tame by comparison.

We kill computers is as raw and urgent as a The Pack a.d. performance.

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