Yea(H) | Pathways for Success

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Pathways for Success

by Yea(H)

If Vivian, Neil and Rik from The Young Ones started a band, this would be it. The debut album from this trio features a few cover tunes as well as some great witty original songs.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Unemployed Again/I Hate My Dog
3:59 $0.99
2. I'm the Guy
1:20 $0.99
3. Apathetic Atheist
3:00 $0.99
4. Da Da Da
3:21 $0.99
5. Stampede the Clitoris
2:05 $0.99
6. People Who Died
3:10 $0.99
7. Nanny State
1:37 $0.99
8. Doorbell
3:59 $0.99
9. Asshole
4:25 $0.99
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if want quirky
Well if you are looking for fun but yet kick ass band well here you have it. This CD has all the elements of punk, pop and and some FU if you want it.


Looking for some music that kickas ass and is fun
What ever happened to fun? In a world where it feels like the inmates have taken over the asylum the last thing you need when you go out to hear some live original music is another reminder. When everything and everyone is screaming at you "hell no" it's time for you to say hell YEA(H). This 3-piece act from Garner, North Carolina are not out to pound you down or instruct you how to think. YEA(H) simply brings the fun back to Rock n Roll mixing mid paced punk rock with sarcastic humor, catchy hook laden rhythms and a touch of the outrageous. Also if their live set brings a smile to your face and a comfort to your nerves they also have a self released CD out now which you can play every time the need calls.


Fun, funny, punk rock evolution
Yea(h) is a thinking person's punk album which proves that just because you grow up, you don't stop questioning society or give up on music. It's full of early punk DIY ethos and rails against the "business not a band" mentality that has dumbed down so much music. I've heard them compared to both Flogging Molly (I think for the celtic influences and political awareness) and also to Rancid for the humorous tone in many of their tracks. The three cover tracks on the album provide good evolutionary context for Covington's witty lyrics on the originals. Anyone who's lived through the last three years will have a wry chuckle for "Unemployed
Again/I Hate my Dog" -- a fun, rocking tune, despite the subject matter. I think that sums up Yeah(H)'s parenthetical universe -- life is hard, might as well go out laughing and headbanging.