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Yo La Tengo Isn't Afraid of You

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Yo La Tengo Isn't Afraid of You

Yo La Tengo Isn't Afraid of You

Yo La Tengo Isn't Afraid of You

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Indie rock heroes Yo La Tengo are known for confounding expectations with each new album — sometimes it's organ-based moody pop-rock worthy of Burt Bacharach, sometimes it's a long, droning, guitar-god freakout. On their best albums, it's both.

Their new CD lives up to its curious title: I Am Not Afraid Of You And I Will Beat Your Ass. Rolling Stone writer Christian Hoard has a review.

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Album
I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass
Artist
Yo La Tengo
Label
Matador Records
Released
2006

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