Album: Fever To Tell (2003)

Songfacts®:

  • The opening track of Yeah Yeah's Fever To Tell album was a swipe at critics who pegged them as retro. Vocalist Karen O told NME when the record was released: "The press still portrays us as a garage band, so we wanted to open up the album with a track that could in no way be mistaken for a garage track."

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