Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah

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This article is about song by The Pogues. For the song by The Wedding Present, see Watusi (album).
"Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah"
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Single by The Pogues
B-side "The Limerick Rake"
Released 1988
Genre Motown[1]
Length 3:16
Label Pogue Mahone Records
Writer(s) Shane MacGowan
Producer(s) Steve Lillywhite
The Pogues singles chronology
"Fiesta"
(1988)
"Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah"
(1988)
"Misty Morning, Albert Bridge"
(1989)
Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah
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EP by The Pogues
Released September 1990
Genre Folk rock
Length 13:31
Label Island
The Pogues chronology
Peace and Love
(1989)
Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah
(1990)
Hell's Ditch
(1990)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

"Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah" was a single by The Pogues. It stalled just outside the UK Top 40 at number 43, but became the band's first single to chart in the USA, reaching number 17 in the Modern Rock Charts. The video was based on an episode of Top of the Pops from the 1960s, showing a differing of styles from the innocence of the early 1960s to the psychadelica of the late 1960s. An EP of the same name was released in September 1990 and contained some of The Pogues' most rock-oriented material, including a cover of "Honky Tonk Women" by The Rolling Stones.[1]

Track listing[edit]

UK 12"
  1. "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah" - 3:16
  2. "The Limerick Rake" - 3:10
  3. "Honky Tonk Women" - 2:55
  4. "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah (Long Version)" - 6:43
US CD
  1. "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah" - 3:16
  2. "Honky Tonk Women" - 2:55
  3. "Jack's Heroes" - 3:05 (misspelled "Jack's Hero's" on the album cover and CD)
  4. "Whiskey in the Jar (Long Version)" - 4:15

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