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Yo La Tengo singers Ira Kaplan and Georgia Hubley sound more intimately enamored with their material than ever on their second album of cover versions (with two new originals). Gentle guitars, brushed drums, and whispery vocals sketch the democratically diverse contours of tunes by Hank Williams ("I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry"), The Parliaments ("I Can Feel the Ice Melting"), and The Cure ("Friday I'm in Love"). The band even covers itself, downshifting the formerly raging "Deeper Into Movies" into a dreamy lullaby.

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Stuff Like That There

Yo La Tengo’s music moves me. What else do you want? The songs available so far (3 with the pre-order) and the beauty that is Fakebook indicate that Stuff Like That There is more of the engaging, authentic, stirring music I have come to associate with YLT. Top tier!

Lovely and engaging again

Thank you, Yo La Tengo

Fakebook by Numbers

A solid addition to Yo La Tengo's overwhelmingly impressive canon. It's only real flaw is it feels deflated, a little fatigued. 'Fakebook' has more pep, 'Stuff Like That There' feels like a yawn before a nap.

The wonderful part is, with a band like Yo La Tengo, with almost immeasurable talents, an album that feels 'like a yawn before a nap' still has more than most albums out there.


Formed: 1984 in Hoboken, NJ

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Yo La Tengo are in many respects the quintessential critics' band: in addition to their adventurous eclecticism, defiant independence, and restless creative ambition -- three qualities that virtually guarantee music press acclaim -- the group's frontman, Ira Kaplan, even tenured as a rock scribe prior to finding success as a performer. So frequently compared to the Velvet Underground that they even portrayed the legendary group in the 1996 film I Shot Andy Warhol, the Hoboken, New Jersey-based Yo...
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