President Yo La Tengo
|President Yo La Tengo|
|Studio album by Yo La Tengo|
|Yo La Tengo chronology|
President Yo La Tengo was recorded at Waterhouse studio, except for tracks 4 and 6, recorded at CBGB.
The album contains two new versions of instrumental vehicle "The Evil That Men Do" (previously featured on the 1986 album Ride the Tiger), including an extensive live performance. "Orange Song" is a cover of the Antietam song.
The CD version (released by Coyote/Twin Tone Records) included the band's previous album New Wave Hot Dogs and the A-side of the 1987 single "The Asparagus Song". It was re-released by Matador Records, in 1996.
- "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.
- Dougan, John. "President Yo La Tengo/New Wave Hot Dogs – Yo La Tengo | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved May 2, 2016.
- Bracy, Timothy; Bracy, Elizabeth (October 4, 2016). "Yo La Tengo Albums from Worst to Best – President – 4".
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