9 thoughts on “ Its Alright (The Way That You Live) - Yo La Tengo - President Yo La Tengo / New Wave Hot Dogs (CD)

  1. In a sense, their followup effort, "New Wave Hot Dogs" and its successor EP,"President Yo La Tengo" was a second debut, redefining the band. This CD combines these two along with an early single (although choose oddly to sequence them in inverse order to their release-- being somewhat of a purist, I'll review them chronologically)/5(7).
  2. Feb 24,  · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Yo La Tengo - President Yo La Tengo / New Wave Hot Dogs at Discogs. Complete your Yo La Tengo collection/5(81).
  3. Reissue of two LPs and a single: President Yo La Tengo, originally released on Coyote Records. - New Wave Hot Dogs, originally released on Coyote Records. - The Asparagus Song originally released as 7" single Asparagus Song / For The Turnstiles on Coyote Records. Recorded at Water Music, except tracks 4 & 6 recorded at CBGB and mixed at /5.
  4. Mar 13,  · President Yo La Tengo/New Wave Hot Dogs Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] Beggars (on behalf of Matador); Rumblefish (Publishing), CMRRA, and 1 Music Rights Societies.
  5. New Wave Hot Dogs was re-released by Coyote, along with President Yo La Tengo and the "Asparagus Song" single, on CD in It has also been re-released by City Slang and Matador. It has also been re-released by City Slang and ardrescioupeugedoc.tradsisnisimpkittrenmonthorbafftadcase.co: Indie rock.
  6. Two records now available as a single CD, these really show off Yo La Tengo's ability to create musical extremes. New Wave Hot Dogs has the firm pop sense and strong songwriting of the debut, but President Yo La Tengo offers up a little more free-form skronk in the ten-minute live version of "The Evil That Men Do," a gloriously squalling, over-the-top crash-and-bash session 9/
  7. In a sense, their followup effort, "New Wave Hot Dogs" and its successor EP,"President Yo La Tengo" was a second debut, redefining the band. This CD combines these two along with an early single (although choose oddly to sequence them in inverse order to their release-- being somewhat of a purist, I'll review them chronologically)/5(6).
  8. Jun 19,  · From "New Wave Hot Dogs" () I don't care about your ways of love and life and walkin' And I don't care about your days Of carin' and not talkin' But It's all right the way that you live It's.
  9. Yo La Tengo hadn't reached full musical maturity on New Wave Hot Dogs, but it was a quantum leap over the sound of their debut, and set the stage for the music that would make them one of the most satisfying American bands of their time. (New Wave Hot Dogs is available on CD in tandem with the later EP President Yo La Tengo.).

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