President Yo La Tengo
|President Yo La Tengo|
|Studio album by Yo La Tengo|
|Recorded||at Waterhouse (except #4, #6 at CBGB)|
|Yo La Tengo chronology|
President Yo La Tengo (1989) is the third album of the Hoboken-based alternative rock band Yo La Tengo. It was released on Coyote/Twin Tone Records along with New Wave Hot Dogs and the "Asparagus Song" single on one record, and later re-released by Matador Records in 1996. "The Evil That Men Do" are two new versions of the song featured in the 1986 album Ride the Tiger.
- "Barnaby, Hardly Working" (Ira Kaplan, Georgia Hubley) – 4:35
- "Drug Test" (Kaplan) – 4:06
- "The Evil That Men Do" [Craig's Version] (Kaplan) – 2:41
- "Orange Song" (Tim Harris, Tara Key) – 3:22
- "Alyda" (Kaplan, Hubley) – 3:39
- "The Evil That Men Do" [Pablo's Version] (Kaplan) – 10:37
- "I Threw It All Away" (Bob Dylan) – 2:17
- "Matador Records". Retrieved 7 Sep 2013.
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