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Yuck (Deluxe)

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Disc 1 of 2
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Get Away
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The Wall
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Shook Down
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Holing Out
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Suicide Policeman
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Georgia
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Suck
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Stutter
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Operation
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Sunday
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Rose Gives a Lilly
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Rubber
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Milkshake
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Cousin Corona
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Doctors In My Bed
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Coconut Bible
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The Base Of A Dream Is Empty
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Soothe Me
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Album Information
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Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 73:57

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Matthew Fritch

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Matthew Fritch spent more than a decade as senior editor of the Philadelphia-based magazine MAGNET, where he wrote about wildly unpopular indie rock bands and r...more »

02.11.11
Yuck, Yuck (Deluxe)
2011 | Label: Fat Possum / The Orchard

The early word on Yuck makes it seem as if the London-based band of 20-somethings only has Dirty thoughts on its Green Mind. While those albums (by Sonic Youth and Dinosaur Jr., respectively — just in case you missed a couple of Lollapaloozas in the early '90s) are alt-rock classics, riff-by-numbers revivalism is always kind of disgusting. Given the grotesque illustrations that adorn Yuck's album and, ahem, seven-inch, along with the band's first-name-only… read more »

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indie heaven

doriangreytoday

first came upon my radar when Magnet called it album of 2011. MBV are an obvious influence, but the nod to Yo La Tengo seals the deal. Sweet sounds for people of a certain age. To my ears, track one is the keeper on the bonus disc. What you say?

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Inconsistent pricing...

rosbeth

Don't pay the $12.42 for this (Deluxe) version. Download \"regular\" version for $6.49 + the six bonus tracks on this version at $0.69 each = $10.63.

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