Yank Crime

Drive Like Jehu - Yank Crime
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Based on 43 ratings
1994 Ratings: #25
January 1, 1994 / Release Date
LP / Format
Interscope, Headhunter, Swami / Label
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In an alternate universe, Yank Crime is looked to as one of the most influential albums of the 90's. While there were other great bands who influenced post-hardcore in the 90's like Fugazi and Slint, they didn't play with the same energy and ferocity that these guys did. I believe that one day, down the road, these guys will be looked to as a band who was truly ahead of their time. It's such a shame this was the end of the band, but they all went on to other great projects. One of my favorite ... read more
notbuzzzila
92
Thank god this album exists
Math rock wouldn't be the same without Drive Like Jehu
EntryIncomplete
93
Aloha, aloha! Suit up!
Hallmark post-hardcore album, wish they did more under this name.
CheapandLethal
75
Decent
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Track List

  1. Here Come the Rome Plows
  2. Do You Compute
  3. Golden Brown
  4. Luau
  5. Super Unison
  6. New Intro
  7. New Math
  8. Human Interest
  9. Sinews
  10. Hand Over Fist
  11. Bullet Train to Vegas
  12. Sinews
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