Mixtape    Yeah!

Yeah

It’s Blitz!, the new Yeah Yeah Yeahs album is good. Really good. Easily their best, in my opinion. In fact, good enough to inspire a mix in honour of the word yeah. Yeah is more than just a simple affirmation. Consider it a state of mind. Be like Jim Carrey, say yeah to things. I haven’t seen the movie, but I assume it resulted in good things and had a happy ending. There’s my philosophy for the day. Enjoy.

Download Yeah! The Mixtape Here

01 | Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Dragon Queen
02 | Pavement – Baby Yeah (Live)
03 | Matt and Kim – Yea Yeah
04 | The Flaming Lips – The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song
05 | The Golden Dogs – Yeah!
06 | Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – The Skin of My Yellow Country Teeth
07 | The Rapture – Whoo! Alright Yeah…Uh Huh
08 | Brak – Yeah Buddy
09 | Brand New – Sowing Season (Yeah)
10 | LCD Soundsystem – Yeah (Crass Version)

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— , March 12, 2009    9 Comments
Comments:

wow first of all, love this post. personal favorite yeah song that you posted…the flaming lips! YEAH YEAH YEAH YEAH YEAH YEAH YEAH YEAH!

i enjoyed it’z blitz. fever to tell for me is still my personal fave of yyy’s. i think it’s blitz! ties with show your bones.

i haven’t seen the jim carrey movie yes man but i heard it’s actually quite good…=)

— dona, March 12, 2009

I’ve only heard the first two songs, but so far I don’t agree with the internet’s consensus that this album is awesome. It seems like they tried to make a Depeche Mode album, but ended up making a Katy Perry album. I may be wrong, I’ll check out the rest soon.

Daniel, March 12, 2009

Frickin Finally Kevin!!!! I have been checking back for this post for a while now buddy

— Nolan, March 13, 2009

Thank you Nolan, I am glad you appreciate my entirely original post/mix which I came up with completely on my own with no outside interference. Yep.

Kevin, March 14, 2009

About time Brand New got some Ca Va love. Devil and God was a masterpiece, an opinion which makes me unabashedly emo.

— David, March 15, 2009

No need to be ashamed, it’s a solid album. Millstone in particular. Definitely a change from Deja Entendu, probably for the better.
The emo tag is so watered down and meaningless these days. If it’s good, I’ll listen to it.

Kevin, March 16, 2009

I´m inclined to agree with Dan on this one. “Zero” has grown on me, but I don´t love it the way I loved old Yeah Yeah Yeahs. It doesn´t seem as edgy.

— BdriD, March 18, 2009

Anybody remember ‘Our Time’ on the first EP? That was were it was at.

Daniel, March 18, 2009

^^^agreed.

— Dona, March 18, 2009