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Tagged With: Yeah Yeah Yeahs videos

Acoustic Love Songs: The Ramones, M. Ward and Yeah Yeah Yeahs

“I Want You Around” is an acoustic love song from quintessential punk band The Ramones. The Ramones were definitive in punk because they included pop song construction. The songs were raw and personal. Many were memorable enough to hum the whole day after just one listen. From the tongue-in-cheek filmĀ Rock and Roll High School, this … Continue reading »

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The Yeah Yeah Yeahs Leak First Tracks from New Record

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs have recently started performing songs from their forthcoming album Mosquito. This arty rock band was formed in New York City at the end of the 90s by singer Karen O and guitarist Nicolas Zinner. They recruited Karen’s friend Brian Chase from her home state of Ohio soon after and named themselves … Continue reading »

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The Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ History and Best Songs

Vocalist Karen O met drummer Brian Chase at Oberlin College in Ohio at the very end of the 90s. When Karen transferred to NYU she and guitarist Nicolas Zinner formed a folk band in 2000 named “Unitard”. No joke! After absorbing a bit of the New York art/punk scene the group quickly changed direction. Zinner … Continue reading »

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The Yeah Yeah Yeahs' History and Best Songs

Vocalist Karen O met drummer Brian Chase at Oberlin College in Ohio at the very end of the 90s. When Karen transferred to NYU she and guitarist Nicolas Zinner formed a folk band in 2000 named “Unitard”. No joke! After absorbing a bit of the New York art/punk scene the group quickly changed direction. Zinner … Continue reading »

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