Fever to Tell is the debut studio album by American indie rock band Yeah Yeah Yeahs. It was released on April 29, 2003, by Interscope Records. It was produced by Dave Sitek and mixed by Alan Moulder. Four singles were issued, the first being "Date with the Night". Fever to Tell was both a critical and commercial success; it has sold one million copies worldwide.
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Licensed To – Universal Music (UK) Ltd. Recorded At – Headgear Studios. Mixed At – Eden Studios. Mastered at Masterdisk, NYC. All tracks: published by Chrysalis Music Publishing. Manufactured and Printed in Malaysia.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs debut album is simply powerful. More 'energic' in comparison to the band's next albums, boosted mainly by a young Karen O, it delivers firmly themes centered around modern relationships and love in general, be it gentle or dirty. Best track(s): Y Control, Maps, Date With the Night, Tick. Worst track(s): none. An explosion of noise, chaos and melody with structure and balance. Karen's vocals are raw and fearless. Fever To Tell" is one hell of a debut. Or consider a donation? #56.
With the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, though, we won't be able to tell what section we should lump them in. Hopefully, it will be more about the music than fashion or popularity. Fever to Tell seems as if you were walking down the coolest ghetto in the world. Nick Zinner's guitar roars like a garbage truck, rumbling, and out of nowhere, roaring fumes right into your face as it drives by. Brian Chase sounds as if he's drumming on trash cans and other assorted objects lyring around an alley, thrashing about while keeping the beat for the rest of the band, and quite possibly making you dance.
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