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7digital What we said: Well, well, well: look who’s back. Actually, don’t look. Providing proof that you should never judge a record by its cover, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs have hidden a gem of an album behind some pretty garish, Garbage Pail Kids-style artwork. Following the electro-heavy It’s Blitz, Mosquito finds the art-rock trio drawing on more diverse influences, bringing in a gospel choir for ‘Sacrilege’, and Doctor Octagon and James Murphy for ‘Buried Alive’, plus giving us their take on roots reggae on ‘Under The Earth’ (spoiler alert: it doesn’t really sound like roots reggae). So, please: put on shades, close your eyes, do whatever it takes to move past the eyesore of an album cover and sample the music, because if you don’t you’re missing out on a treat.
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Under The Earth
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- ℗ 2013 Yeah Yeah Yeahs, under exclusive license to Interscope Records in the U.S.A.
- © 2013 Yeah Yeah Yeahs, under exclusive license to Interscope Records in the U.S.A.