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Yeah Yeah Yeahs — Maps
Album: Fever to Tell
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Total ratings: 387









Released: 2003
Length: 3:33
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Pack up
I'm strayed
Enough

Oh say say say
Oh say say say
Oh say say say
Oh say say say
Oh say say say

Wait...They don't love you like I love you
Wait...They don't love you like I love you
Maps
Wait...They don't love you like I love you

Made off
Don't stray
My kind's your kind
I'll stay the same
Pack up
Don't stray
Oh say say say
Oh say say say

Wait...they don't love you like I love you
Wait...they don't love you like I love you
Maps.
Wait...they don't love you like I love you
Wait...they don't love you like I love you
Maps.
Wait...they don't love you like I love you
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soooo grateful for the PSD button


No No Nos
WOOOOOOO!!!!!{#Dancingbanana}
Incredible song.  Here's to Karen O and Yeah Yeah Yeahs!!! {#Cheers}
 grungepuppy wrote:

I concur. Pure garbage.

 
Nope. Garbage is a far better band.
 gandalfbmg wrote:

I haven't played in a while, but I'm gonna have to get it out tonight...
They need a dual instrument mode, so you can sing while doing one of the other instruments w/o worrying about the 'cowbell'...

 
Apparently you can do this by just popping a P into the microphone.

 tpa29970 wrote:
All the kiddies love the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.   But, speaking as Old Grampa:  I sure do like this song.  Hey!  You kids turn that crap...UP!
 
Well done gramps! Next up ...the rollercoaster!

 rajulkabir wrote:
Screechy, tedious, repetitive noise.
 
I concur. Pure garbage.

All the kiddies love the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.   But, speaking as Old Grampa:  I sure do like this song.  Hey!  You kids turn that crap...UP!

10 - this is a no-brainer.


June 2nd in Saint Louis!
This reminds me of my friend Bill Larsen....
This is the first time I've heard this where it wasn't performed at some karaoke place. I dig this.
 pimpbot5000 wrote:


This and Wave of Mutilation are the best songs that come with Rock Band.
 

I haven't played in a while, but I'm gonna have to get it out tonight...
They need a dual instrument mode, so you can sing while doing one of the other instruments w/o worrying about the 'cowbell'...

OMG i adore this song. and it marks a specific time in my life that i've put out of my mind for some time now. wow how the thoughts and memories start flowing.

thanks for playing this!!! play it again!!
 gandalfbmg wrote:
I don't care, I love this one; and when I get my copy of Rock Band next week I'll be singing this with much enthusiasm.
 

This and Wave of Mutilation are the best songs that come with Rock Band.
rajulkabir wrote:
Screechy, tedious, repetitive noise.

Agreed.

One of the greatest tunes of the new millenium. I love it!! :clap:
Screechy, tedious, repetitive noise.
I don't care, I love this one; and when I get my copy of Rock Band next week I'll be singing this with much enthusiasm.
the beginning of this song sounds a lot like the beginning to "wire" by U2, the jangling guitar part.
The music is blah, but judging by the SnappRadio images coming through their live show would be intersting to say the least... They must have some rather exciting drugs with them, that I would not touch for fear of wearing those outfits :drunk:
When I want to drive my wife mad, I sing this one to her..The sound of the repeated  wait-wait "they don't love you like I love you" can make anyone scream STOP
tonight went from a 3 to a 5...state of mind counts I guess..


Dear God, will the pounding ever stop? It\'s like being poked with an ice pick!
Bill, you paying attention to the Paul Kelly - Won't You Come Around? thread. (click here) Play these two back to back sometime.
I'm only giving this a four because the piercing high-end guitar notes are just too shrill and irritating. I'm all for LOUD guitar that PIERCES the night, but these gals just turned the obnoxious-quotient on high. With some better EQ in the mix, I might like it.
"Gold Lion" and "Phenomenon" are two other good songs well worthy of a RP playlist. How do we Upload? Have these been Uploaded before? Wha is required for a song to be played?
AMH wrote:
Why is there only one Yeah Yeah Yeah song on RP? Were there others that were rejected? I only know this one song by them so I'm curious to know about the quality of their other songs. What other song(s) should be played as well?
"Phenomena" off of their new album, Show Your Bones, is incredible. Most of the rest of their songs are harder and edgier than this one. I love "Maps" though. It's haunting and gorgeous. But yeah, "Phenomena" is completely fantastic. That whole album is really rockin'.
Yawn Yawn Yawns :yawn:
If this is the song with the endless repetition of "They don' love you lak Ah love you," it would be OK except for the female vocalist's grating and unmelodious "singing" and the repetitiveness. Those background instruments are well played! What an overhyped band and how disappointing.
Why is there only one Yeah Yeah Yeah song on RP? Were there others that were rejected? I only know this one song by them so I'm curious to know about the quality of their other songs. What other song(s) should be played as well?
I agree with the Crissie comments except I've yet to hear anyone touch Chrissie's incredibly pure and sweet vibrato from the Gods.
d503 wrote:
Not the best song on the album, but I like it. Oh, ant the YYY's are great live.
I agree, they're outrageous live. Way skreechier than this - this tune doesn't represent how truly punk they are.
I think this would segue very nicely into the Talking Heads Once in a Lifetime
No no nos
Chrissie Hynde
Monkeysdad wrote:
Modest Mouse with a little Siouxsie Sue for good measure.
I thought I heard a little banshee wail there too. and perhaps a little of Hynde's voice.
Very nice. Lovely to hear the kids doing something that rocks so hard.
leathepea wrote:
modest mouse.
Modest Mouse with a little Siouxsie Sue for good measure.
jlind wrote:
Can you say modest mouse?
modest mouse.
an 11! Amazing in concert. Karen O is absolutely amazing, and Brian is crazy on drums!
There is life in 'now music' of whatever genre. It's good to see someone plowing their own furrow!!!
Outstanding. And the album is one of those that really grows on you--gets better every listen.
Wait?
One of the best songs of the decade!
Can you say modest mouse?
GREAT, GREAT, GREAT!! :dance:
yeah yeah yeah....not 2 shabby eh? :eh:
(click here)
wow sounds like a lot of other female singers on this site but still good! (enough)
stickittotheman wrote:
was that Chrissy Heind?
My thoughts exactly. (Only spelled right.)
forgot about this one!! i just love this, thanks!
I just like this song...no analysis needed... :biggrin:
Not the best song on the album, but I like it. Oh, ant the YYY's are great live.
gandalfbmg wrote:
Karen O is Chrisy Hynde and Robert Smith's love child! You heard it here first folks...
Seriously? Karen O rocks my socks* :drummer:
I like this band. Very interesting guitars.
Angloray wrote:
is this the best track on the album?
Unfortunately yes. But there are other good songs, just none as good as this one. The others are a little more self-indulgent and repititive. "Rich" is a good song, pretty harsh satire. And they are good live, lots of energy, but I look forward to a new record and to see how they develop.
I was expecting Status Quo doing Pictures of Matchstick Men with those opening bars. :-k
Angloray wrote:
is this the best track on the album?
I hope not.
Yay. This song again. Nothing like hearing a song so many times it makes you cringe.
yESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!
is this the best track on the album?
Platypus wrote:
cool.... glad to see that this song finally made it onto RP. 8)
your welcome.
This is a great song.The whole album is excellent as well, but this song is the only one that can bring tears to your eyes, IMHO.
Karen O is Chrisy Hynde and Robert Smith's love child! You heard it here first folks...
I realy like this voice, but the guitars are bad. Real bad. They remind me of other real bad stuff I don't want to hear.
traveyes wrote:
never heard of them... I like it.
ditto
Love these guys :bounce:
never heard of them... I like it. .
cool.... glad to see that this song finally made it onto RP. 8)
was that Chrissy Heind? seriously though, good stuff, I am not that fam with them. I'd listen to more.
This song rocks. There are a few other good songs on the CD as well. Some are pretty bad, too. Interesting stuff.
Didn't Robert Smith play with Siouxsie & the Banshees before?
i've loved this song for over a year. happy to hear it on RP.