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|3.||"Pursuit Of Momentary Happiness" (3:25)|
|4.||"Words Fail Me" (4:14)|
|5.||"Blinded By The Lies" (3:00)|
|1.||"White Male Carnivore" (3:24)|
|2.||"Pay Off vs The Struggle" (4:05)|
|4.||"Layin' It On The Line" (4:20)|
|5.||"This House Has No Living Room" (feat J Spaceman) (8:13)|
London alt-rock trio Yak have revealed their much desired follow-up to their debut album, Alas Salvation. With new and old members jostled in and of the band during this album's rocky inception (including Tame Impala's Jay Watson), a rotated cast eventually ironed out its crinkles, and with the help of former Bjork and Django Django album producer, Marta Salogni, Yak's difficult second album, in 10 hectic days, was achieved. With both NME and Q magazine's tipping their nod of approval Yak's way, the steely, blue-eyed defiance of the trio dismiss any notion of the tired cliche that guitar music is a bygone thing. The freshest second album since Kasabian's Empire, Tame Impala's Lonerism and Bloc Party's A Weekend In The City.
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