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Brooklyn's Yeah Yeah Yeahs led an art-rock insurrection with their debut album 'Fever To Tell' in 2003, and the long-awaited release of their third, 'It's Blitz', cements them as more than merely scene figureheads. While it shares occasional sonic similarities to their earlier work, the majority of 'It's Blitz' sees the band tackling more intricate and considered territory. However, with lead single 'Zero' they prove that they still know how to marshal the dancefloor, albeit with an unexpectedly industrial-sounding edge.

2.Heads Will Roll
3.Soft Shock
5.Dull Life
6.Shame And Fortune
8.Dragon Queen
10.Little Shadow
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My tickets came through the post yesterday for the Glasgow gig in December :thumbsup:

Great album. Better than Show Your Bones overall in my opinion. Very different sound to Fever to Tell, obviously, but just as good in its own right.
Yeah I quite like this album really. Good to see a band try new things instead of churning out the same drivel.

Good deal in my opinion. Fever to Tell was an awesome album too, but very different as per the post above :)
This is their best album to date. Much more mainstream than fever to tell. However fever to tell will always have its own place in music. I think they dropped the ball a bit on show your bones, and then their EP wasn't very good either but this is how yeah yeah yeahs ought to be.

No one looks like karen O, no one sounds like the yeah yeah yeahs right now and I think that is what makes them so unique. (Unique apart form the fact karen's voice is the exact replica of the great and legendary crissie hynde).
Great album and an excellent price. Yeah Yeah Yeahs's are hugely underrated. All their albums are of a consistently high standard.

I'm going to see them tomorrow night in St. Georges Market in Belfast. Looking forward to it.
Looking forward to seeing them at leeds this weekend :)
Interesting album, not quite what I expected. Can't wait to see them at ATP.
Love the Hysteric track, the live version too!

Nice listen, for sure!
Brilliant album, great band to see live. Off to Bournemouth in November to see them and can't wait!

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