|2||Do You Compute||7:09|
|5||Here Come The Rome Plows||5:41|
|7-92363-2, 92363-2||Drive Like Jehu|| Yank Crime (CD, Album)||Interscope Records, Interscope Records, Atlantic, Atlantic, Cargo Records, Cargo Records||7-92363-2, 92363-2||US||1994|
|SWA115, SW115||Drive Like Jehu|| Yank Crime (CD, Album, RE)||Swami Records, Swami Records||SWA115, SW115||US||2002|
|7-92363-4||Drive Like Jehu|| Yank Crime (Cass, Album, Promo)||Interscope Records||7-92363-4||US||1994|
|HED-037, HED-737, 037||Drive Like Jehu|| Yank Crime (LP, RP, Mar + 7", RP, Red)||Headhunter Records, Headhunter Records, Headhunter Records, Cargo Records||HED-037, HED-737, 037||US||2012|
|HED-037, HED-737||Drive Like Jehu|| Yank Crime (LP, RP, Mar + 7", RP, Mar)||Headhunter Records, Headhunter Records||HED-037, HED-737||US||2009|
- Backing Vocals – Rob Crow (tracks: 4)
- Mixed By – Mark Trombino
- Producer, Written-By – Drive Like Jehu
All songs written by Drive Like Jehu. Published by Sterno, BMI
Produced by Drive Like Jehu. Mixed by Mark Trombino.
Backing Vocals on Luau! by Rob Crow.
PRCD is Interscope Records #93263, Yank Crime.
Promo Copy-Not For Sale
- Mastering SID Code: 3 92363-2 SRC01
Band: Drive Like Jehu Album: Yank Crime Label: Interscope Records Tracklist 01 Here Come The Rome Plows 02 Do You Compute 03 Golden Brown 04 Luau 05 Crime - Drive Like Jehu. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Drive Like Jehu is the self-titled debut album by the American post-hardcore band Drive Like Jehu, released in 1991 by Cargo Music and Headhunter Records. Though not as highly regarded as their second and final album Yank Crime, the album did gain the notice of the emerging noise rock and math rock movements, which would later lead many fans to regard Drive Like Jehu as a link between these genres. The album also helped to attract the attention of major record labels, leading both Drive Like Jehu and. Songs in album Drive Like Jehu - Yank Crime 1994. Drive Like Jehu - Here Come The Rome Plows. Drive Like Jehu - Do You Compute. Drive Like Jehu - Golden Brown. Drive Like Jehu - Luau. Drive Like Jehu - Super Unison. Drive Like Jehu - New Intro. Drive Like Jehu - New Math. Drive Like Jehu - Human Interest. Drive Like Jehu - Sinews. Drive Like Jehu - Bullet Train To Vegas. Drive Like Jehu - Hand Over Fist. Listen free to Drive Like Jehu Yank Crime Here Come The Rome Plows, Do You Compute and more. 9 tracks 53:08. Including some longer, more complex tunes this time around, Drive Like Jehu is otherwise essentially unchanged, fusing brawling, crisp rhythms and high volume intensity with technical complexity, feeling like a mad science experiment gone completely out of control. Aside from the guest backing vocals on the frazzled angst explosion Luau by fellow San Diego music fiend Rob Crow, it's again all down to the band's four members, with drummer Trombino providing the strong, take-no-prisoners mix. Yank Crime. Drive Like Jehu. Released 1994. Yank Crime Tracklist. Here Come The Rome Plows Lyrics. Do You Compute Lyrics. Golden Brown Lyrics. Album 1994 12 Songs. Albums You May Also Like. Swami Sound System Vol. 1: 2003 Sales Conference. Various Artists. San Diego's Drive Like Jehu were always Old Testament kinda guys: locusts, rats, frogs- you name it, they could summon it forth from their amps with a simple touch of pick to string if you claimed to worship any Band before them. Now, hardness of that scale can tend to push a group toward the fringe, but for DLJ, it led to indecent propositions from Interscope, an improbably good album you know, the one you're reading about, and, even more improbably, a place in the indie rock canon that seems to have been progressively solidifying since the moment they split up. Drive Like Jehu are one of the most criminally under-appreciated post-hardcore bands youll find that arent really post-hardcore at all. Bands like Fugazi, At the Drive-In, Refused, and Escape the Fate kidding always get all the glory, while Drive Like Jehu gets lumped in as that Rockets From the Crypt side project that had even more loud guitars. While they never reached the critical or commercial success any of those other bands accomplished, Yank Crime does at least have one thing going for it it pretty much set up the foundations for Relationship of Command