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Yeah Yeah Yeahs


Touch And Go 244

Released on November 12, 2002

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Brooklyn-based garage punk sassers are set to take the world by storm once again with this three-track smack down. Screamin' guitars, brittle drums, and female vocal screech take the combo even further out this time.

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Average Customer Rating: 3 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Machine Voted #1  39%
2 Graveyard Voted #2  39%
3 Pin (Remix) Voted #3  22%
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Diane from Hamilton, OH 
Jun 11 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Fun EP. The title track, Machine, is really good. It's not a whacky upbeat YYY song, but it's still very good. The second track, Graveyard, sounds like a Fever To Tell song. It's fast and crazy and very fun. I was fortunate enough to see them play this at a show I went to last year. The Pin remix is very unfitting but still kinda cool sounding. It's nothing like the Fever To Tell version of Pin if that's what anyone is expecting it to be.

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Nathan from San Diego, CA 
Mar 11 2005 Rating: 1/5 Stars

Not worth it. Machine is a boring song and the Pin remix is really lame. I would only reccomend this if you were a big fan or a completist.

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Adam from Chicago, IL 
Sep 27 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

i keep buying their cds, and i keep putting them on my shelf forever after first listen. i'm not really sure why i do it, but i just do. i have nothing more to say about it. i guess that should tell you that this is just one of those bands that someone saw one night at a show, and a lot of people respected that person's opinion, even though that person was drunk out of his/her mind. i don't really expect them to go radiohead or anything. save your eight bucks and buy yourself a shitload of fake tattoos or something. or a french tickler. i'm going to vote "3." take that as "indifferent."

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Alex from Bettendorf, IA 
Jul 6 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

i loved the yyy's debut.... so i bought this thinking i'd like it also.... but it sucked, and the last track is some terrible techno weird crap. hopefully the yyy's dont change, because rock is what they are amazing at

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Steve from Oswego, NY 
Feb 18 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

great stuff.....females screaming whether it be called "hardcore" is rare to find and these guys do it in a funky fresh sort of way. I love girlfriend got me hooked on em!

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