The YEAH YEAH YEAHS – ” Fever To Tell ” Deluxe Edition

Posted: September 26, 2017 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Patient fans who’ve been on the hunt for a copy of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs‘ “Fever to Tell” are in luck. The band has announced that their 2003 debut album – known for its distinctive subway-inspired graffiti cover – will be reissued in a variety of formats.

Fever to Tell hasn’t been available on vinyl for a decade. Along with that standard LP edition, there will also be deluxe box, digital deluxe and standard re-mastered versions of the album, which is approaching its 15th anniversary. They’re due in stores on October. 20th via Interscope Records / UMe.

“A friend of a friend kept asking if we were ever gonna put Fever To Tell out on vinyl as it hasn’t been on vinyl in 10 years,” the band wrote in a statement. “That’s not right. So here it is on vinyl for the first time in 10 years, plus a time capsule of photos, demos (first ever recorded), a mini film documenting our near downfall and other fun memorabilia, from the turn-of-the-century New York City – made with love and the usual blood, sweat and tears of Yeah Yeah Yeahs.”

To celebrate the reissue, Yeah Yeah Yeahs have released the song “Shake It,”.

Ahead of an expected reissue of their acclaimed 2003 album Fever To Tell, Yeah Yeah Yeahs have put out a previously unreleased recording under the title “Phone Jam.” Social media posts in the last few days from the band have been tagged with #FeverToTell, leading many to suspect a reissue is imminent. “Phone Jam” would seem to support that—its cassette artwork sports a handwritten “2002” on it, suggesting that it comes from a Fever To Tell recording session.

 

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