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Amuk - The Best Of (Yeah Yeeaaah...) album flac

Performer: Amuk
Genre: Rock
Title: The Best Of (Yeah Yeeaaah...)
Country: Malaysia
Released: 2003
Style: Heavy Metal, Thrash, Hard Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1509 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1184 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1793 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 935
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The Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ 2001 self-titled debut EP merged harsh NYC life with the sustained influence of Oberlin’s avant-punk bands. It was a blaring proclamation that demanded to be heard. They followed the record’s release with tours around the US and UK, gaining international recognition and building an audience that was eager to devour their next EP Monster and first studio album, 2003’s Fever To Tell. By the time they followed up with Show Your Bones in 2006, New York’s sonic landscape was already changing. It expanded with each passing year. The album had its fans and it definitely had its critics, but it feels like a mere blip in their history. The beating heart that Karen O ripped out of her chest in the 2000s was drained.

While it remains Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ most ambitious record, it often gets overshadowed by their seminal breakout debut album. Now, 10 years later, it’s clear the band created the art-pop album of the decade. It’s Blitz! can be bought here. Listen to the best of Yeah Yeahs on Apple Music and this site. Related Topics:Alternative Brian Chase Homepage Featured Indie Rock Karen O Nick Zinner On This Day Rock Rock Legends Rock Legends Featured Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

Ah Yeah (stylized as AH YEAH) is the second extended play by South Korean girl group EXID. It was released on April 13, 2015 by Yedang Entertainment and distributed by Sony Music. Up & Down" was released as the lead single while its title track served as the follow-up single from the album

Yeah Yeah Yeahs formed in 2000 as part of the new wave of bands gaining notoriety out of New York in the beginning of the millennium. The trio of vocalist Karen O, guitarist Nick Zinner and drummer Brian Chase spread their form of indie art punk to the masses with their 2003 debut, 'Fever to Tell,' and have only continued to evolve over the past nine years. Here, we take a look back at their career to choose the 10 Best Yeah Yeah Yeahs songs that have been released so far.

Even for Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the acoustic-led ‘Show Your Bones’ LP was an unexpected turn. Gold Lion’, that curveball album’s opener, does a perfect job of wielding those new acoustic arrangements like an axe, hitting just as hard as any of the band’s more plugged-in numbers. The title track of Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ most recent record finds Karen O taking on the role of that titular insect, screeching about how she wants to suck your blood with all the ear-splitting cadence of a mosquito’s whine.


1 Damai 4:40
2 Akar & Bumi 4:38
3 Lebai Malang 4:59
4 Matahari 4:12
5 Tak Merdeka 6:14
6 Ranap 5:03
7 Tak Relevan 3:52
8 Khalifan Yang Sempurna 5:14
9 Aku Mahu Pulang 5:19
10 Hantu Yang Takut 4:08
11 Jernih 5:23
12 Ngap Sayot 4:17
13 Latah 4:48
14 Dalam Semak 4:19
15 Dikir Timur 5:27
16 Hakikat (Versi Menjelang 2004)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 24359 26152 2
  • Other (Hologram Code): J5122652

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
3788238 Amuk The Best Of (Yeah Yeeaaah...) ‎(CD, Comp) EMI (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd 3788238 Malaysia 2014