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New Medicines

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New Medicines
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 6, 2004
RecordedSeptember 29 – November 2, 2003,[1] Compound Studios, Seattle, Washington
GenrePost-hardcore, alternative rock
LabelSolid State / Tooth & Nail
ProducerAaron Sprinkle
Dead Poetic chronology
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Professional ratings
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Jesus Freak Hideout[2]

New Medicines is the second album by Dead Poetic. Released April 6, 2004, through Solid State Records and Tooth & Nail Records. On June 28, 2004, it was released in the UK by Golf Records and Plastic Head Distribution.[3]

Track listing


All music written by Dead Poetic. All lyrics written by Brandon Rike.

1."Taste the Red Hands"2:58
2."The Dream Club Murders"3:49
3."New Medicines"4:01
4."Vanus Empty"3:55
5."Bury the Difference"3:33
7."Glass in the Trees"5:01
8."Dimmer Light"4:06
10."Modern Morbid Prophecies"3:52
11."A Hoax to Live For" (song ends at 3:00)10:08
12."Zonshine" (hidden track, starts at 4:20) 


  • Brandon Rike – vocals
  • Zach Miles – lead guitar
  • Chad Shellabarger – bass
  • Jesse Sprinkle – drums
  • Todd Osborn – rhythm guitar
  • Aaron Sprinkle – production, engineering, keyboards on "Dimmer Light"
  • Zach Hodges – engineering, piano on "Zonshine"
  • Jr McNeely – mixing
  • Troy Glessner – mastering
  • Phil Peterson – cello on "Dimmer Light"


  1. ^ a b Allmusic review
  2. ^ Jesus Freak Hideout review
  3. ^ "Dead Poetic – New Medicines | album reviews". musicOMH. Retrieved March 3, 2012.