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YUCK! Eeew, I was like, ' that is soo gross'. Anybutt. I was like whatever. Butt then I saw the tour and it made me feel kinda tingly. It's like totally awesome!!! Like those girls are so cool and like that guy looks weird but then yer like omg he is like so hot. So the show was incredible but then I thought about my Dad cuz he liked killed somebody or himself. Dad always said he loved my step mom but he was never nice to her. Where am I? Since I was a teenager I always used to take out out the dogs and he always encouraged that and once we found a bunny and the next day I had a carrot and we saved it. Our german shepherd was so smart. I live by myself. My landlord said I don't have to pay rent this month but I was trying to write some good news to my therapist and I actually paid my landlord in full. But it's all thanks to the new YUCK album!
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 11, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: October 11, 2011
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Fat Possum
  • Run Time: 74 minutes
  • ASIN: B005K15TIW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #260,541 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Take a look at that cover art. I mean, look at it. They say you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but sometimes it's just so damn easy. After glancing at the cover art of Yuck's eponymous debut, you immediately know that this group worships at the altar of J. Mascis and other 80s and 90s indie rock guitar gods. You probably already have a good idea of what this album sounds like, but I'll risk redundancy by dropping a handful of words on a review.

In a long tradition of English musicians, stretching back at least as far as the Beatles and the Stones, the London, England based Yuck seem far more interested in what's going on across the pond than in their own back yard. And I can't blame them. We make some fine music in the States. But sometimes it takes a foreign ear to be able to locate the very essence of great American music and then to play it back to us. I know artsy Americans like to prove the superiority of their own taste by claiming artist X from Europe is so much better than artist Y from the U.S., but when a European band loves American music this much (and vice versa), I can't help but feel like national borders are, at times, outdated.

Above I alluded to Yuck's love for Dinosaur Jr., and while this might be the case, I wouldn't limit their influences to any single band. Songs like "The Wall" and "Operation" have a beaten, gravel encrusted wall of guitar that certainly pay tribute to J Mascis's wailing guitar, but you will find that much of the album leans heavily on lighter ballads. "Suicide Policeman," for example, follows the lead of Yo La Tengo by incorporating horns and backing vocals that sound like they were rescued from a 70s AM radio rock ballad and housed in a much better song.
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Astonishing debut, reminiscent of the best early 90's indie and lo-fi alternative. Think Pavement meets My Bloody Valentine or maybe Nada Surf meets Silversun Pickups. listening now for 4 hrs straight and no songs to skip.
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Being well-versed on 90's alternative (plus of course 70's, 80's, 00's etc.) I very much love Yuck's debut. I'm impressed with how it's produced, written, played, might be one of the best of the year. The sound is familiar like an old friend (Pavement, Dinosaur Jr., Nada Surf, Smashing Pumpkins etc.) yet with own brilliant take that makes it feel new and fresh. I definately recomend buying Yuck's S/T, I know it'll be in rotation in my player for a while.
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Every year it seems there's that one great newish nostalgia-aping band that just flat out does it right. Year's ago it was The Strokes' rap-rock killing, Iggy Pop-loving introduction; last year it was Best Coast's Liz Phair-inspired stoner/slacker/girlfriend debut; the year before that it was The Pains of Being Pure at Heart's Stones Roses and My Bloody Valenting-loving pop debut; the year before that it was Times New Viking's GBV-obsessed breakthrough Rip it Off; and this year it's Yuck's Dinosaur Jr. and Teenage Fanclub indebted eponymous debut, which just might end up being my most-listened-to record of 2011 at this rate.

Built on a solid, solid set of 12 fuzzy rockers, this very young London quartet's sometimes loud, sometimes sweet sound arrives so developed - so good that you can easily play it next to any classic-era records from college rock's classic era bands. Bands like Dinosaur Jr (minus their metal influences), Chavez, the Fannies, Pavement, Sonic Youth, Sebadoh and even The Jesus and Mary Chain. Unlike most mimic-y records, Yuck manages to be just unique enough that it stands alone, a rewarding debut that has - no joke - at least six songs that I'd rank among the 50 best from the first quarter of 2011. Six! Opener "Get Away," for example, comes of like a young and accessible Thurston Moore singing over some seriously soaring J Mascis guitar riffs. It's the kind of song made for blowing speakers and angering neighbors. "The Wall," a song that should be a hit single, feels so much like a Pavement single (right down to the overly-simple drum and bass tracks) that I can't help but wonder what Mr. Malkmus thinks of the song.
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What's amazes me about the band's leader is that he was born roughly around 1990 and he has such an authentic grasp of the music from that period. This is a very talented band with superb song-writing. While much of it can sound derivative and the lyrics are not great, it comes such such feeling and ernestness that I am sucked into it every time I put it on. Every track is unique and memorable, particularly the first track which resembles the overall sound of the album and might remind me (I haven't heard these bands in quite a while, so I might be off) of early 90's bands like Lush or Ride or the Posies. Almost no one listens to these bands nowadays so don't worry about my claims that it sounds derivative. It's refreshing to hear this power-pop slash shoegaze coming back into existence again. The record speaks, if anything, more of a deep love or appreciation of music than any sort of desire to be famous rock stars. For its faults, which seem minor in comparison to the listening-pleasure it brings me, I couldn't possibly give this less than five stars.
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