all the covers and originals:
1. “What’cha Gonna Do About It” (Small Faces)
2. “Accident” (Electric Eels)
3. “This Is Where I Belong” (Kinks)
4. “Shut Down” (Beach Boys)
5. “Shut Down Part 2″ (Beach Boys)
6. “With A Girl Like You” (Troggs)
7. “The Kid With The Replaceable Head” (Richard Hell)
8. “Dog Meat” (Flamin’ Groovies)
9. “So Easy Baby” (Zantees)
10. “Come On Up” (Young Rascals)
11. “Gudby T’Jane” (Slade)
[i]"Fuckbook is nothing more than the sound of an amateur band fucking about in their garage, rushing through a dozen choice covers in half an hour."" ---- How is that a bad thing?[/i]
Well - just listen to it. Yes, it's got a raw quality to it. But - in true garage band style, it's badly recorded and badly rehearsed. Especially the recording gets on my ears.
What's up with the fact that the vinyl has a digital download sticker on it, but when you download it, you just get a folder with a note saying that you can't get a free download of it? Lame. Otherwise, I'm digging this so much.
[url=http://tiny.cc/APtnJ]Review of Webcuts[/url] up in your face -- "Not to piss on anyone’s parade, but why this website exists is a little beyond me. Webcuts is nothing more than the sight of an amateur reviewer fucking about in their living room, rushing through a dozen choice album reviews in half an hour." OH SNAP!!!!!11
Athough Fuckbook is not as varied as 'I Am Not Afraid Of You And I Will Beat Your Ass', it's still great. Yo La Tengo's shift to rock'n'roll proved to be fantastic. Excellent stuff, and it's also one of their most accessible records.