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Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Mosquito Full Album

Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Mosquito Full Album

  • Performer: Yeah Yeah Yeahs
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Mosquito
  • Released: 16 Apr 2013
  • Style: Alternative Rock
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • Catalog: B0018274-02
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 2348 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2166 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 121

Tracklist

1These Paths5:03
2Mosquito (Live From Area 52)3:22
3Subway5:16
4Under The Earth4:18
5Buried Alive
Featuring – Dr. Octagon
5:16
6Subway (NOLA Demo)3:54
7Sacrilege3:50
8Slave4:06
9Always4:06
10Wedding Song4:58
11Despair (Acoustic)5:00
12Mosquito2:59
13Despair4:49
14Area 522:54
15Wedding Song (Acoustic)2:53

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
B0018273-02Yeah Yeah Yeahs Mosquito ‎(CD, Album)Interscope RecordsB0018273-02US2013
4605026712898Yeah Yeah Yeahs Mosquito ‎(CD, Album)ООО «Юниверсал Мьюзик»4605026712898Russia2013
3729307Yeah Yeah Yeahs Mosquito ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Polydor , Dress Up 3729307Russia2013
B0018304-01Yeah Yeah Yeahs Mosquito ‎(LP, Album)Interscope Records, Dress UpB0018304-01USA & Canada2013
B0018304-01, INTR 12749-1Yeah Yeah Yeahs Mosquito ‎(LP, Album + 7", Single, Ltd, Promo, Red)Interscope Records, Dress Up, Interscope Records, Dress UpB0018304-01, INTR 12749-1US2013

Notes

US CD release deluxe edition featuring 4 additional tracks

Barcodes

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  • Barcode: 6 0253729310 0
  • Matrix / Runout: DIDX-937148 1 A01
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 50FB
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L239

Album

Mosquito is the fourth studio album by American indie rock band Yeah Yeah Yeahs. It was released on April 12, 2013, by Interscope Records. The lead single Sacrilege was released on February 26, 2013. Despair was released as the second single on July 19, 2013. The full album was posted on Noisey's YouTube page featuring a track-by-track interview with the band on April 2, 2013. On April 5, the band appeared on Late Show with David Letterman to perform Sacrilege accompanied by the gospel choir. Unfortunately, the latest Yeah Yeah Yeahs album is one of those instances when the album's lead single seems to be the best track, dwarfing nearly every other song on the album with ambition, glitz, and great songwriting. The rest of the album is a bit spotty, in my opinion. What did you think the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' fourth album, they returned to the casual creative processes that produced their first demo and electrifying debut album, yet they struggle to recapture their early vitality. For the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' fourth album, they returned to the casual creative processes that produced their first demo and electrifying debut album, yet they struggle to recapture their early vitality. There's a refrain you often hear about bands running on the sort of quick-burning demon energy that the Yeah Yeah Yeahs were channeling in the early part of the last decade: You had to be there. Mosquito sing Mosquito cry Mosquito live Mosquito die Mosquito drink Most anything Whatevers left Mosquito screams Ill suck your blood Ill suck your blood Ill suck your blood Suck your, suck your, suck your blood Suck your blood Ill suck your blood Ill suck your blood Suck your, suck your, suck your blood Mosquito sing Mosquito cry. Mosquito live Mosquito die Mosquito land On your neck Mosquito drink Whatevers left Hell suck your blood Hell suck your blood Hell suck your blood Suck your, suck your, suck your blood Suck your blood Hell suck your blood Hell suck your blood Suck your,. Since Fever to Tell, with each album the Yeah Yeah Yeahs have challenged their audience with their changes, and Mosquito is no exception. A 180 from It's Blitz's flashy electro sheen, the band's fourth album downplays synths, programmed beats, and other gadgetry in favor of drums, guitars, and a mix of rock and inward-looking ballads that occasionally recalls Show Your Bones. Karen O, Nick Zinner, and Brian Chase reunite with longtime producers David Sitek and Nick Launay - who were honorary members of the band by this point - and they take the trio in any direction they want. Mosquito is the fourth studio album by Yeah Yeah Yeahs, released on April 12, 2013 by Interscope Records. Sacrilege - 3:50. Subway - 5:16. Mosquito - 2:59. Under the Earth - 4:18. Slave - 4:06. These Paths - 5:03. Area 52 - 2:54. Buried Alive featuring Dr. Octagon - 5:16. Always - 4:06. Despair - 4:49. Wedding Song - 4:54. Subway NOLA Demo - 3:54. Wedding Song Acoustic - 2:53. Despair Acoustic - 5:00. Mosquito Live from Area 52 - 3:24. With Mosquito, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs finally deliver the raw-boned art-punk rebel-rock classic they've been threatening for years. Where previous releases have tilted towards attitude rather than substance, here their trash aesthetic is harnessed to brutally effective backing tracks that nod to the usual-suspect influences but take off in unexpected directions. Where previous releases have tilted towards attitude rather than substance, here their trash aesthetic. Yeah Yeah Yeahs : Mosquito,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Under the Yeah Yeah Yeah's open their fourth studio album, Mosquito , with a bang. On Sacrilege , they explore the absolution of religion in a fun and theatrical way. Karen O sounds both powerful and vulnerable when she sings and I plead and I pray as Nick Zinner channels Johnny Marr with his perfectly light and simple guitar riffs weaved throughout. The Yeah Yeah Yeah's have grown so much as a band that it is disappointing to hear songs that are obvious on musical and lyrical level. You would think that the combination of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and James Murphy would be the. Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Alternative 2013

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