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It's Blitz!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    pretty good

    professional performance, content and inspiration of material seems to be a little sketchy

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    It's the Shiz!

    Yeah, this record is a departure from their old stuff. Yeah, I was shocked a bit to hear keyboards driving most songs. Yeah, I was initially saddened not to hear another rock jam like "Tick" or "Rich". But after only a few seconds, "Yeah" is what I thought (and even said out loud I think) when I heard the first track. These guys and girl are not just a garage circus act. They really can record and produce (see "TV on The Radio"). I guess I liken it to Jack White's ventures with Loretta Lynn and The Raconteurs. Way to bust out of the proverbial egg YYY's!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    soft shock

    This album seemed way more emotional, track by track for me at least. I stumbled across some interview saying that a few of the songs were inspired by a kitten they had. I don't know if that is true or it's some cruel joke. So now when I hear Runaway & Little Shadow, in the back of my mind I wonder. Is Karen O. really singing about a pussycat???

    Either way this CD is a pleasant mix of the old Yeah Yeah Yeahs sound we know and love, and something new.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    The Best of the YYYs

    This is the best work that the Yeah Yeah Yeahs have put out to date. It is mature, but still true to their sound. I think that this CD is quite creative, and it reminds me quite a bit of 80s Pop/Alternative. Although this album is more "relaxed" compared to their debut, I believe it is the most comprehensive and cohesive record thus far.

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