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arsonist samael
07-21-2010, 09:07 AM
I am on such a Yeah Yeah Yeahs kick for the past couple of weeks (or even months now, I can't tell anymore), but they provide an essential ooomph when I get up in the morning and have to psyche myself up for the day. I don't think there was anything that spikes up my mood so much and yet manages not to bore me in 3 days. Karen O is teh sex!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMMkP_ofpXg


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmGNo8RL5kM

emptytuileries
03-29-2011, 02:32 PM
I've been on a YYY (or more specifically a Karen O) kick lately.

For fun, I made an imaginary YYY album combining tracks from Show Your Bones and the Where the Wild Things Are OST. Turned out really interesting. Calling it The Sweets:

01. Turn Into
02. Capsize
03. Heads Up
04. Warrior
05. Worried Shoes
06. Animal
07. Hidaway
08. The Sweets
09. All is Love
10. Food is Still Hot

MikeEP
03-29-2011, 02:35 PM
^ wow that's awesome, I'm gonna give it a spin later..I'd be tempted to pul from It's Blitz and put Little Shadow on there since it's definitely got a similar vibe for me but the mix looks perfect as is.

emptytuileries
03-29-2011, 02:37 PM
^ wow that's awesome, I'm gonna give it a spin later..I'd be tempted to pul from It's Blitz and put Little Shadow on there since it's definitely got a similar vibe but the mix looks perfect as is.

Thanks. And I may have to tack on Little Shadow somewhere to see how it sounds.

arsonist samael
03-29-2011, 02:51 PM
For fun, I made an imaginary YYY album combining tracks from Show Your Bones and the Where the Wild Things Are OST. Turned out really interesting. Calling it [I]The Sweets

Awesome mash up! God, I never get tired of her vocal.

BananaFish
11-24-2011, 06:28 PM
News on a Karen O psycho-opera from TwentyFourBit:


Karen O’s Stop the Virgens, a new “psycho-opera” written by and starring the Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman, premiered this month at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn. Directed by Adam Rapp — and described by O as “a psychedelic ride laced with catharsis” — the solo project features musical direction by YYYs guitarist Nick Zinner with Sam Spiegel, as well as a guest performance from drummer Brian Chase. While previews of the piece were limited to the lucky few in attendance of the live event, an interview with WNYC a few weeks back brought this stunning acoustic taste of their work. Above, hear Jason P. Grisell and O sing “Duet” live.

I really like the song, sounds more like solo Karen O than Yeah Yeah Yeahs. You can hear the song here - http://www.twentyfourbit.com/post/12152587484/karen-o-duet-karen-os-stop-the-virgens-a-new

I would have really liked to see the opera, did anyone here get to go? There's an interesting trailer about it from the creators project.


http://thecreatorsproject.com/videos/karen-o-in-stop-the-virgens#ooid=E3M3h2MjrQfIF9ilWmq2M_FZQedEViv_

I wish she would officially release more of her solo stuff or side projects because I like hearing them.

Partisan
11-24-2011, 07:28 PM
I saw it! I thought it was wonderful. :) Here's a review I posted in the theater thread. Spoilered because it's long and has some specific details about the show. Also, here's a picture I took.

The show was absolutely wonderful. It was insanely creepy. The experience began as soon as you entered. The virgens were lining the tunnel (as I mentioned), behind this black, see through curtain, writhing, fondling each other, saying bizarre stuff. One jumped out from under the seated section and said "the scum runs deep!" (a lyric from one of the songs) right in my face.

The venue was pretty small, and there was a blue robed character (a sentinel) with a flat, circular hat, standing amongst the crowd. She was completely still, and elevated a bit above everybody. She kept throwing out flyers printed on (I think) pink wax paper with drawings and lyrics from the show.

SO, the show itself. It began with a huge bang. Karen O came out in this massive robe. She looked about 12 feet tall, with a big metal headdress, as the virgens lined the sides of the stage on elevated areas with microphones hanging from the ceiling. They provided backing vocals through almost the whole show while other virgens had more central roles in the performance. The virgens on the side of the stage kept staring at me, and I think it was because I spent a good amount of time looking at them. They honed right in on the people that were watching them and stared them down, blank faced.

The first number was this big, insane rock number, very memorable. If there was one problem with the whole show, it started at such a high point that I sorta waited for it to live up to that the entire time, which it actually did with the final number (also a big rock spectacle). The music ran the gamut, stylistically, from doo-wop sounding songs to big, scuzzy rock songs. There were also numerous ballads, which were beautiful. Karen O's voice sounded really clear and gorgeous.

The show had a plot that saw Karen O first lording over the virgens as a psychotic, angry god. She eventually went crazy and turned into a monster. She had a Cruella-De-Ville like appearance and a big lobster claw. The virgens, growing more mischievous as the show progressed, killed her and cracked her claw. She was then resurrected as a peaceful god having seen the error of her ways. The virgens, repentant, committed a bloody mass suicide. They all resurrected together (another sick 12 foot tall dress for Karen O) and lived happily ever after.

The story was very impressionistic. It was mostly told through costuming and visuals, with very little traditional plot. I'm not actually sure how the songs applied to the story. It was mostly tone, because the lyrics really didn't always fit the story, as far as I could tell from just one viewing (example: the second song was a love song between Karen O and the guitarist).

The whole experience was pretty wild though! I'm really glad I got a chance to see the show. :)



http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e43/DividingCanaan/Stuff/Preside.jpg

BananaFish
11-26-2011, 05:23 PM
That sounds amazing, thanks for sharing :) Really good picture as well.

VampireTampon
11-29-2011, 06:37 PM
Ugh........ I heard the song and read the review and now I want a DVD and album release real bad! I've been thinking about the YYYs a lot lately but they're one of those bands I keep thinking will break up on some random day. They really shouldn't!

arsonist samael
02-26-2013, 11:13 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_dw3TZNIGE

First single is out!!

WaterSerpents
02-26-2013, 01:30 PM
Holy shit!! I am beyond excited for this album now!!!!

Meowth
02-26-2013, 05:21 PM
I love it

BananaFish
02-26-2013, 09:10 PM
Love the new song, and it's a bit of a departure for them. There's also a live video for a new song which seems to be called Suck Young Blood.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syXBmW-Umsw&feature=player_embedded

And a teaser for the album:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ce365czGC0&feature=player_embedded

VampireTampon
02-28-2013, 02:28 AM
Suck Young Blood is actually called Mosquito. Here's the album's tracklist:

01 Sacrilege
02 Subway
03 Mosquito
04 Under the Earth
05 Slave
06 These Paths
07 Area 52
08 Buried Alive [ft. Dr. Octagon]
09 Always
10 Despair
11 Wedding Song

Deluxe Edition:
12 Subway (NOLA Demo)
13 Wedding Song (Acoustic Version)
14 Despair (Acoustic Version)
15 Mosquito (Live from YYYs Bunker Studio)

Extremely excited for this album!

jacob's room
03-26-2013, 03:54 PM
So let's talk about how awesome the new video is.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmRI3Ew4BvA

Pupate
03-26-2013, 06:26 PM
I love the song, and I love the video. Also, get it, Lily Cole!

MikeEP
03-26-2013, 06:27 PM
tour dates too!

04-07 New York, NY - Webster Hall
04-12 Indio, CA - Coachella
04-13 Las Vegas, NV - The Pool @ Cosmopolitan
04-16 Ventura, CA - Majestic Ventura Theater
04-19 Indio, CA - Coachella
05-01 Manchester, England - O2 Apollo
05-02 Leeds, England - O2 Academy
05-04 London, England - Alexandra Palace
05-06 Berlin, Germany - Columbiahalle
05-08 Paris, France - Olympia
05-11 Columbia, MD - Merriweather Post Pavillion
05-12 Boston, MA - House of Blues - Boston
05-19 Gulf Shores, AL - Hangout Festival
06-22 Dover, DE - Firefly Music Festival
06-24 Minneapolis, MN - First Ave
06-28 Kansas City, KS - Kanrocksas at Kansas Speedway
07-14 Balado/Kinross-shire, Scotland - T in the Park Festival
07-17 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Paradiso
07-18 Dour, Belgium - Dour Music Festival
07-20 Suffolk, England - Henham Park (Latitude Festival)
07-21 Dublin, Ireland - Longitude Festival

http://pitchfork.com/news/50061-watch-yeah-yeah-yeahs-sacrilege-video/

can't wait for the Boston show!

Jake
03-27-2013, 02:38 AM
That video is mindblowingly good! Wow.

sleeptheclock
03-27-2013, 02:58 AM
Great video! And I really like the song. I'm looking forward to this album.

Maximus Decimus
03-27-2013, 03:15 AM
They are also playing brooklyn on 5/17.

http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2013/03/yeah_yeah_yeahs_46.html

MikeEP
03-29-2013, 01:37 PM
i finally watched the Sacrilege video...WOW. best music video in recent memory..i watched it like 3 times in a row after i realized what was happening in the video.

MikeEP
03-29-2013, 05:59 PM
also here's a new profile of the band in the NYTimes, which is a good read and in the sidebar there's an exclusive stream of another new song called "Under the Earth":

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/31/magazine/get-yer-yeah-yeah-yeahs-out.html

also, here's a separate blog post from the Times called "What the Yeah Yeah Yeahs Listened to When They Were Kids":

http://6thfloor.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/03/29/what-the-yeah-yeah-yeahs-listened-to-when-they-were-kids/?ref=magazine

VampireTampon
03-29-2013, 11:20 PM
This album leaked and it's fantastic! At first I thought it was a bunch of interesting experiments that overstayed their welcome, but on repeated listens it reveals itself to be mesmerizing and nuanced.

Meowth
03-30-2013, 12:40 AM
Leak is 128kbps. I think I prefer to wait

WaterSerpents
03-30-2013, 03:56 PM
The wait for this is killing me!!! YYYs are one of the few who never let me down with their releases! Karen, Nick and Brian are some amazingly talented people (very interesting bunch too). Wish I could catch them on tour :/

I haven't been able to stop listening to Sacrilege. The opening lines, the choir at the end mmm! such a great song. And the video is amazing (their videos also rarely let me down).

I'm definitely refraining from leaks, especially if in poor quality. Ive heard Under the Earth and Despair. I think I might prefer the live versions of UtE a bit more (for me had a "tribal" feel to it I loved). Despair is great!

All this has me all jazzed up and gots me on a YYYs kick. Anyone have a list or something of all their unreleased material, covers and B-sides? Ive spent most of the morning hunting em down and downloading them (sshhhh). One I know of but can't even find a link to listen is Clap song :(
So far Ive got:
Yeah! New York
Modern Things
De Ja Vu
Sealings
Blow Hard
Countdown
Diamond Sea (Sonic youth cover)
Hyperballed (Bjork Cover)
Faces
Graveyard
Machine
Let Me Know
Any I'm missing?

VampireTampon
03-31-2013, 02:00 AM
All this has me all jazzed up and gots me on a YYYs kick. Anyone have a list or something of all their unreleased material, covers and B-sides? Ive spent most of the morning hunting em down and downloading them (sshhhh). One I know of but can't even find a link to listen is Clap song :(
So far Ive got:
Yeah! New York
Modern Things
De Ja Vu
Sealings
Blow Hard
Countdown
Diamond Sea (Sonic youth cover)
Hyperballed (Bjork Cover)
Faces
Graveyard
Machine
Let Me Know
Any I'm missing?

This is what I have, including tracks from some EPs and singles:

10 x 10
10 x 10 (pre-Is Is live)
Art Star
Bang
Bang (Remix)
Blow Hard (unreleased song, live)
Clap Song
Countdown
De Ja Vu
Diamond Sea (live)
Down Boy
Faces
Gold Lion (Diplo Remix)
Gold Lion (Nick Zinner Remix)
Graveyard
Honeybear (pre-Show Your Bones live)
Hyperballad (live)
Is Is
Kiss Kiss
Let Me Know (demo)
Machine
Miles Away
Miles Away (John Peel Session)
Modern Things
Mr. You're On Fire Mr.
Mystery Girl
Our Time
Pin (Remix)
Poor Song (Death to the Throne Remix)
Rich (Pandaworksforthecops Remix)
Rockers to Swallow
Sealings
Shot Down
Turn Into (Nick Zinner Remix)
Yeah! New York

Then there's some Karen O solo tracks and collaborations where she is the lead vocalist:

Backass (ft. Peaches)
Communion
Hello Tomorrow
Hello Tomorrow (Extended)
Highway 61 Revisited
If You're Gonna Be Dumb, You Gotta Be Tough
Immigrant Song
Pinky's Dream
Song for a Warrior
Strange Love

There's some other songs that feature Karen O but she isn't prominent on them.

emptytuileries
03-31-2013, 06:21 AM
So, Mosquito is the first YYYs album I'm not in love with. From the early descriptions of the band getting back to its lo-fi, gritty sound may have put my expectations a little too high. "Sacrilege" was such a great first single and the live videos I'd seen of the title track were awesome, but most of the album, to me, just does not seem fleshed out at all. (Most of) the songs seem too long and don't really go anywhere; it makes the album seem way longer than 47 minutes and a chore to listen all the way through. I mean, the track "Subway"? What is that? I've already deleted it from my personal tracklist. Maybe it will grow on me but as of now I'm only digging a few tracks. So disappointed!

VampireTampon
03-31-2013, 07:28 PM
Wth!? Subway is my favorite! That song hypnotizes me. Slave and Buried Alive are also awesome and pretty badass. Wedding Song sounds gorgeous, just like all the other YYYs album closers. Initially, some songs did feel like they overstayed their welcome, but most have grown on me.

Partisan
03-31-2013, 08:56 PM
I'm digging Mosquito SO hard. I love the dubby, psychadelic vibe. Reminds me of some late 60s, early 70's albums. Hair came to mind at points. I can't wait to see this album live!

VampireTampon
04-01-2013, 12:10 AM
Always is sooooo dreamy! It's like I'm on a tropical beach watching the sunset. Actually, I first heard this album as I was being devoured by mosquitoes during a week on the Virgin Islands (mostly St. John's Cinnamon Bay). This is quickly becoming my favorite YYYs album.

MikeEP
04-01-2013, 01:29 PM
I'm listening to the album for the 1st time now and loving it! on first listen it kind of sounds like a cross between Fever to Tell and Show Your Bones, which is a very good thing in my mind. I think they really are my favorite BAND making music today when it really comes down to it.

BettahDevil
04-01-2013, 10:14 PM
Is there a proper HQ leak floating around yet? (I'm not asking for it!) I heard the one in 320kbs that was going around over the weekend was a re-rip of the 128kbs version... Just wish it was released already. I wanna hear!

MikeEP
04-01-2013, 11:24 PM
^ the one I've heard is 128..it's such a lo-fi album I don't mind hearing it in that quality as a preview, especially since I pre-ordered the album.

toriMODE
04-02-2013, 06:16 PM
320 is available now.

BananaFish
04-04-2013, 01:44 PM
The album is streaming, with intros to each song by the band:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=jpGtkz-449U

My computer crashes every time I try to watch video so I probably won't get very far through this, but so far I like what I am hearing.

toriMODE
04-04-2013, 05:58 PM
Under the Earth and These Paths are standouts for me.

Ms. Shart O'Nay
04-04-2013, 07:05 PM
Still getting to know the album, particularly the latter half, but the first five songs are basically perfection, with "Under the Earth" being a career highlight. Really hoping I can score tickets to see them, as they're one of the few acts I'm dying to see live and have never seen.

Maximus Decimus
04-04-2013, 10:34 PM
cant wait for sunday!

BananaFish
04-07-2013, 03:24 PM
Good performance of Sacrilege on Letterman:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=d-YWdBYwwPo

I think Despair is my new favourite YYYs song, I love it. Also really loving Under the Earth, Sacrilege, Subway and Mosquito from the album. I need to give the other songs more time to grow on me, but the album will be worth buying for these songs alone.

MikeEP
04-07-2013, 03:57 PM
i loved that performance. i love this band so much. and on a more superficial note, Karen O's whole look for this era is so fucking great. she is such a rock star in such an iconic way.

Maximus Decimus
04-08-2013, 05:15 AM
took only a few vids from webster's hall.

depair

http://youtu.be/FadwrLv_KeE

Whappo
04-12-2013, 09:44 AM
I think they really are my favorite BAND making music today when it really comes down to it.
Mine too, without hesitation. They're on a completely different level to everyone else and I think they'll rightfully be remembered as one of the bands of the generation. I try to avoid idolising celebrities and artists because there is always the inevitable disappointment but...

http://i.imgur.com/gSZGO.jpg

THEY ARE MY IDOLS.

hesterk
04-12-2013, 04:12 PM
You can watch or just listen to a few songs from SXSW here - http://www.npr.org/event/music/174261721/yeah-yeah-yeahs-live-in-concert-sxsw-2013. Excellent visuals, wish they had the entire concert up.

Just five songs -
Under the Earth, Gold Lion, Subway, Sacrilege, Heads Will Roll.

emanate
04-12-2013, 05:14 PM
Mine too, without hesitation. They're on a completely different level to everyone else and I think they'll rightfully be remembered as one of the bands of the generation. I try to avoid idolising celebrities and artists because there is always the inevitable disappointment but...

http://i.imgur.com/gSZGO.jpg

THEY ARE MY IDOLS.

If pressed to do something silly like name my top five bands post-2000, they'd be on my list for sure. [post28]

On a side note, I discovered last night that the video game Rock Band has "Maps" as one of the song choices and I unleashed my inner Karen O at a gaming program I run for teenagers at the library. MA-AH-AH-AH-AH-AH-AH-AH-AH-APS. WAIT.

Pupate
04-12-2013, 06:12 PM
Good performance of Sacrilege on Letterman:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=d-YWdBYwwPo

I think Despair is my new favourite YYYs song, I love it. Also really loving Under the Earth, Sacrilege, Subway and Mosquito from the album. I need to give the other songs more time to grow on me, but the album will be worth buying for these songs alone.

That was great! Also, lulz at the crazy choir leader lady!

Banjee
04-12-2013, 06:20 PM
She has such stage presence and command of her performance. One of the best performers of our time, that's for sure.

sleeptheclock
08-31-2014, 06:42 PM
I didn't even know Karen O had a sola album coming out, but Crush Songs is being released in a little over a week. I was wondering if anyone is looking forward to this or has heard any of the tracks. From what I know, it sounds like it will be in the vein of songs like "Moon Song." I happen to love that song.

I really like the first single, "Rapt":


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTvqMfvVWYQ

VampireTampon
09-01-2014, 01:29 PM
I didn't even know Karen O had a solo album coming out, but Crush Songs is being released in a little over a week. I was wondering if anyone is looking forward to this or has heard any of the tracks. From what I know, it sounds like it will be in the vein of songs like "Moon Song." I happen to love that song.

Yes, I'm very much looking forward to this. However, most of the songs were released years ago. They're mostly the Native Korean Rock demos and perhaps a few of the KO at Home songs. I could post a link to them, but I'm not sure that's ok now that those will no longer be considered unreleased material. What's weird is that, at least in the case of Rapt, the songs stayed exactly as they were in those super low quality demos.

This live take on Day Go By is the cutest thing and I like it more than the recorded demo.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDdzAeFOOSo

TASpark658
09-01-2014, 05:15 PM
So that really is the full video eh? [icon16] I also didn't know this was already the stuff off her old demos. I heard The KO at Home once eons ago so might have to check out again but all the solo stuff I heard so far:

Karen O <<<< YYY's

TASpark658
09-04-2014, 01:42 AM
Eating my words, Crush Songs is a wonderful collection of 10 short but very sweet tracks. <3

Beulah Land
09-15-2014, 01:37 PM
I'm very disappointed in the new record. Most of the songs, if you can call them that, aren't even a minute long.

TASpark658
09-15-2014, 09:08 PM
I can't see myself playing this more than the few times I already have and why did she make it?

http://media.giphy.com/media/enZ3A3ihJiUgw/giphy.gif

scottslean
09-26-2017, 03:12 PM
Reissue of Fever to Tell (FINALLY) and some new songs!

Plus NYC and LA shows for Fever... Its the same night as Tori though, got two tickets just in case, but totally torn.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3VQ4Yxo3zc

"Meet Me In The Bathroom, Lizzie Goodman’s recent oral history about early-’00s New York rock, is more about the Strokes than anything else. But the real heroes of the book might be the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, quite possibly the one band from that era who made good on all their promise. And next month, the band will reissue their classic 2003 full-length debut Fever To Tell, which makes this a great moment to remember that initial spark of excitement.

Yesterday, the band shared an unreleased 2002 demo of a song called “Phone Jam.” Today, they’ve shared another unreleased old one, a jittery two-minute strutter called “Shake It.” (It’s a song they’ve been playing live since 2002.) Unlike “Phone Jam,” “Shake It” could’ve easily made it onto Fever To Tell; it might’ve even been a highlight. They’ve also announced that the teased Fever To Tell reissue is coming out next month. It’ll be the first time in a decade that the album will be available on vinyl, for $195 you can get the box set with more tracks and various collectibles. Below, check out “Shake It,” the tracklist for the Fever To Tell reissue, and the band’s Twitter announcement."

via Stereogum (https://www.stereogum.com/1964349/yeah-yeah-yeahs-shake-it/music/)

tracklist

Fever To Tell:
01 “Rich”
02 “Date With The Night”
03 “Man”
04 “Tick”
05 “Black Tongue”
06 “Pin”
07 “Cold Light”
08 “No No No”
09 “Maps”
10 “Y Control”
11 “Modern Romance”
12 “Poor Song”

Bonus disc:
01 “Date With The Night (Four Track Demo)”
02 “Black Tongue (Four Track Demo)”
03 “Pin (Four Track Demo)”
04 “Maps (Early Four Track Demo)”
05 “Poor Song (Four Track Demo)”
06 “Tick (Four Track Demo)”
07 “Shot Down (Four Track Demo)”
08 “Ooh Ooh Ooh (Four Track Demo)”
09 “Maps (Four Track Demo)”
10 “Shake It”
11 “Machine”
12 “Modern Things”
13 “Graveyard”
14 “Shot Down”
15 “Yeah! New York”
16 “Boogers”
17 “Countdown”

MikeEP
09-26-2017, 08:46 PM
i'm super excited for this. Fever to Tell is one of my favorite albums of all time.

exim
09-27-2017, 05:04 PM
Also deluxe box on the official site;
https://shop.yeahyeahyeahs.com/products/limited-edition-fever-to-tell-box-set



Limited Edition, Signed & Numbered / 2,000 Worldwide
2LPs – 180g audiophile black vinyl for the first time ever
Original album newly remastered by Stephen Marcussen
29 Audio Tracks
9 unreleased four-track recorded demos
8 B-sides/Rarities – 2 previously unreleased “Shake It” and “Boogers”
5 newspaper lyric posters with exclusive photos by Nick Zinner, Spike Jonze, Lance Bangs, Julian Gross, Patrick Daughters and Cintamani Calise
Deluxe Box Exclusives:
164-page hardbound photo book of Nick Zinner’s personal photos plus 16 pages from Karen O’s personal notebook
Iron-on patch
Collectable sticker
Champagne Cork 8GB USB Stick includes:
29 Audio Tracks
90+ minutes of video content including 26 mins of unreleased, unseen behind-the-scenes footage from 2003 UK tour, live performances, 2 fan films and 4 music videos
Photo Card – each box will feature 1 of 10 various photos hand selected by Nick Zinner from his personal photos that will be signed by all 3 members of the band
Fishnet stockings will wrap the outside of the box
First 500 Deluxe Box buyers will receive a bonus cassette with 4 additional exclusive, unreleased demo bonus tracks with handwritten labels by the band

TRACKLISTING:
LP 1 / Side A
Original Album Newly Remastered

Rich
Date With The Night
Man
Tick
Black Tongue
Pin
Cold Light

LP 1 / Side B

No No No
Maps
Y Control
Modern Romance

LP 2 / Side A
Previously Unreleased

Date With The Night (Four Track Demo)
Black Tongue (Four Track Demo)
Pin (Four Track Demo)
Maps (Early Four Track Demo)
Poor Song (Four Track Demo)
Tick (Four Track Demo)
Shot Down (Four Track Demo)
Ooh Ooh Ooh (Four Track Demo)
Maps (Four Track Demo)

LP 2 / Side B
B-sides & Rarities

Shake It – Previously Unreleased
Machine
Modern Things
Graveyard
Shot Down
Yeah! New York
Boogers – Previously Unreleased
Countdown

VIDEO (Over 102 minutes)

There Is No Modern Romance (Tour Documentary by Patrick Daughters & Stephen Berger) 26 mins of unreleased, unseen behind-the-scenes video of the band on their 2003 UK tour
Fukuoka Nagoya Osaka Tokyo (Japan Tour Behind The Scenes)
They Don’t Love Like I Love You (Interviews by Lance Bangs & Spike Jonze)
Maps (Official Video)
Date With The Night (Official Video)
Y Control (Official Video)
Pin (Official Video)
Y-Control (Live at Fillmore San Francisco)
Black Tongue (Live at Fillmore San Francisco)
Maps (Live at Fillmore San Francisco)
Rich (Live at Fillmore San Francisco)
Miles Away (Live at Fillmore San Francisco)
Poor Song (Live at Fillmore San Francisco)

CASSETTE **Limited to first 500 Deluxe Box Customers**

Phone Jam
Art Star (Four Track Demo)
Bang (Four Track Demo)
Our Time (Four Track Demo)