Yo La Tengo

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Yo La Tengo - And Then Nothing Turned Itself And Then Nothing Turned Itself
Pop Used - LP OLE 371 Matador
2000 2LP 180gm HQ Gatefold. Both LPs Look Unplayed.... more details
 
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Genius + Love = Yo La Tengo
Pop New - LP OLE 194 Matador
Sealed 2LP. 2 Hours Of Hard To Find And Previously Unreleased Tracks.... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - Danelectro Danelectro
Pop New - LP Ole 484 Matador
Sealed 150 Gram HQ LP From 2000.... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - Electr-O-Pura Electr-O-Pura
Pop Used - LP OLE 132 Matador
First Copy We Have Ever Seen Of This 1995 Vinyl Rarity.... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - Painful Painful
Pop Used - LP OLE 069 Matador
Mint And Very Scarce 1993 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. 4½ Stars In All Music Guide. Yo La Tengo Has Released Several Fine Albums Before, But Only “Painful” Encapsulates Their Folky Guitar Experimentalism Perfectly. Alternating Between Dreamy Velvet Underground-Style Ballads And Raving, Sonic Youth Guitar Squalls, Painful Also Finds The Group Improving Their Songwriting Skills Immeasurably. Before, They Relied On Soundscapes; But On This Album, The Sound Fleshes Out Their Songs, From The Trance-Like "Nowhere Near" To The Dense "From A Motel 6" And The Two Versions Of "Big Day Coming," Which Cover Both Ends Of The Spectrum. A Subtly Addicting Album.... more details
 
Yo La tengo - May I Sing With Thee May I Sing With Thee
Pop Used - LP A 021 Alias
Hard To Find 1992 Original, Custom Inner Sleeve. Looks Unplayed.... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One
Pop New - LP OLE 222 Matador
Sealed 1997 2LP Gatefold Original. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - I Am Not Afraid And I Will Beat Your Ass I Am Not Afraid And I Will Beat Your Ass
Pop New - LP OLE 692 Matador
Mint 2006 2LP 180gm HQ Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - Electr-O-Pura Electr-O-Pura
Pop New - LP OLE 132 Matador
Sealed, Out Of Print 180gm HQ LP.... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - New Wave Hot Dogs New Wave Hot Dogs
Pop Used - LP TTC 87125 Coyote
Rare 1987 Original, CC. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. “Ira Kaplan Once Described The First Lineup Of Yo La Tengo As "A Band Of Timid Folk-Rockers," But The Departure Of Guitarist Dave Schramm Forced Kaplan To Develop A Stronger Backbone, And He Certainly Put It To Splendid Use On The Group's Second Album, New Wave Hot Dogs. The Opener, A Snappy Dose Of Up-Tempo Angst Called "Clunk," Was Decidedly More Aggressive Than Anything On YLT's Debut, Ride The Tiger, And If Kaplan Hadn't Exactly Become An Expert Guitarist (In The Purist's Sense, He Never Would), His Enthusiastic Bashing And Joyous Embrace Of Feedback Gave The Song A Passionate Edge Much Of His Earlier Work Had Lacked, And His Vocal Displayed The Fire And Conviction Of A True Rock & Roller. While New Wave Hot Dogs Moves Back And Forth Between Skronk-Friendly Rockers And Quieter, More Poppy Material (Including A Lovely Cover Of The Velvet Underground's Then-Unreleased "It's Alright [The Way That You Live]"), The Band Sounds Firmer And More Assured Throughout The Disc (Even Though The Band Was Already On Their Third Bassist By This Time), And The Songs Showed Kaplan Was Coming Into His Own As A Songwriter, With A Gift For Stick-In-The-Ear Melodies (Both Upbeat And Contemplative) And Witty Lyrical Conceits (How Many Albums Can Get Laughs By Listing America's Greatest Hits And Name-Checking Steve Albini?). “New Wave Hot Dog” Was A Quantum Leap Over The Sound Of Their Debut, And Set The Stage For The Music That Would Make Them One Of The Most Satisfying American Bands Of Their Time.” Mark Deming, AMG.... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out
Pop New - LP OLE 370-0 Matador
Sealed, Out Of Print 2LP Gatefold 2nd Issue. “After Years As One Of Indie Rock's Standard-Bearing Groups, Yo La Tengo Surpasses Itself With And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out. A Culturally Literate, Emotionally Rich Album, On Songs Like "Let's Save Tony Orlando's House," "The Crying Of Lot G," And "The Last Days Of Disco," It Alludes To The Simpsons, Enigmatic Author Thomas Pynchon And Independent Films While Exploring The Comforting, Confining, Complex Aspects Of Relationships. "Our Way To Fall" Sets Ira Kaplan's Recollection Of Falling In Love To A Dreamy, Down-To-Earth Backdrop Of Gently Brushed Drums, Luminous Organs And Vibes; "The Crying Of Lot G" Transforms The Syrupy Sweetness Of '50s Ballads Into A Monologue About A Relationship's Shortcomings. "Madeline"'S Shimmery Indie Bossa-Nova And The Countrified Ballad "Tears Are In Your Eyes" Showcase Georgia Hubley's Buttery, Empathetic Voice; Her Singing Makes These Vignettes Universal As Well As Personal. Like Mature Indie Rock Records Such As Pavement's Terror Twilight And Jim O'Rourke's Eureka, And Then Nothing... Favors Mellow Songwriting, Detailed Arrangements, And Eclectic Influences, Such As The Silver Apples-Like Drum Machines And Doo Wop Backing Vocals That Adorn Many Of The Songs. The Wintry, Implosive "Everyday" Uses Both Of These Elements, Along With A Plaintive Guitar And Hushed, Hypnotic Vocals, To Begin The Album On A Surprisingly Somber Note. Similarly, The Off-Kilter Beats, Odd Piano Bursts, And Harmonies On "Saturday" Add To The Song's Awkward, Uneasy Beauty. Finally, Nine Songs Into The Album, Yo La Tengo Breaks Out The Whammy And Feedback Action On "Cherry Chapstick," Their Most Incandescent Song Since "Sugarcube." Easily One Of 2000's Most Accomplished Albums, And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out Isn't As Immediate As Some Of The Group's Earlier Work, But It's Just As Enduring, Proving That Yo La Tengo Is The Perfect Band To Grow Old With.” – Heather Phares, AMG... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - Ride The Tiger Ride The Tiger
Pop Used - LP TTC 8676 Coyote
1986 Original Debut Release. “Clint Conley Made A Rare Post-Mission Of Burma Appearance On Ride The Tiger As Producer (He Also Takes Over From Bassist Mike Lewis For Three Cuts), And He Had The Smarts Not To Impose A Vs.-Style Hard Guitar Sound On The Band, Instead Making The Most Of The Band's Roomy Jangle And Giving The Sound Plenty Of Body When It Needs It. Ride The Tiger Is Yo La Tengo's Juvenilia, And They'd Create Much Stronger Work A Few Years Down The Line, But On Its Own Terms, It's An Intelligent And Engaging Set, And Any Band That Can Cover The Kinks And Pete Seeger On The Same Album And Make Them Both Work Must Be Doing Something Right.” – Mark Deming... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - I Am Not Afraid And I Will Beat Your Ass I Am Not Afraid And I Will Beat Your Ass
Pop New - LP OLE 692 Matador
Sealed 2006 2LP Gatefold Second Press (Standard Weight). Includes A Free Download Of The Entire Album.... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - Summer Sun Summer Sun
Pop Used - LP OLE 548 Matador
Long Out Of Print 2003 2LP Gatefold Original. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out
Pop Used - LP OLE 371-1 Matador
2000 2LP Gatefold Original (Reissues Have 371-0 Catalog Number). Both LPs Appear Unplayed. “After Years As One Of Indie Rock's Standard-Bearing Groups, Yo La Tengo Surpasses Itself With And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out. A Culturally Literate, Emotionally Rich Album, On Songs Like "Let's Save Tony Orlando's House," "The Crying Of Lot G," And "The Last Days Of Disco," It Alludes To The Simpsons, Enigmatic Author Thomas Pynchon And Independent Films While Exploring The Comforting, Confining, Complex Aspects Of Relationships. "Our Way To Fall" Sets Ira Kaplan's Recollection Of Falling In Love To A Dreamy, Down-To-Earth Backdrop Of Gently Brushed Drums, Luminous Organs And Vibes; "The Crying Of Lot G" Transforms The Syrupy Sweetness Of '50s Ballads Into A Monologue About A Relationship's Shortcomings. "Madeline"'S Shimmery Indie Bossa-Nova And The Countrified Ballad "Tears Are In Your Eyes" Showcase Georgia Hubley's Buttery, Empathetic Voice; Her Singing Makes These Vignettes Universal As Well As Personal. Like Mature Indie Rock Records Such As Pavement's Terror Twilight And Jim O'Rourke's Eureka, And Then Nothing... Favors Mellow Songwriting, Detailed Arrangements, And Eclectic Influences, Such As The Silver Apples-Like Drum Machines And Doo Wop Backing Vocals That Adorn Many Of The Songs. The Wintry, Implosive "Everyday" Uses Both Of These Elements, Along With A Plaintive Guitar And Hushed, Hypnotic Vocals, To Begin The Album On A Surprisingly Somber Note. Similarly, The Off-Kilter Beats, Odd Piano Bursts, And Harmonies On "Saturday" Add To The Song's Awkward, Uneasy Beauty. Finally, Nine Songs Into The Album, Yo La Tengo Breaks Out The Whammy And Feedback Action On "Cherry Chapstick," Their Most Incandescent Song Since "Sugarcube." Easily One Of 2000's Most Accomplished Albums.” – Heather Phares, AMG... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - I Am Not Afraid And I Will Beat Your Ass I Am Not Afraid And I Will Beat Your Ass
Pop Used - LP OLE 692 Matador
2006 2LP 180gm HQ Gatefold Original. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Sterling Stamped In Dead Wax.... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - Fade Fade
Pop New - LP OLE 994 Matador
Sealed 2013 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One
Pop Used - LP OLE 222 Matador
Out Of Print 2LP 180gm 2nd Issue Of Their Classic 1997 Album. Includes Two Inserts. Both LPs Appear Unplayed.... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - Popular Songs Popular Songs
Pop New - LP OLE 856-1 Matador
Sealed 2009 180gm 2LP Gatefold.... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - Ohm Ohm
Pop New - 12 OLE 1043 Matador
New, Unplayed 2013 Deluxe Shower Pack Edition 3x12”. Limited To 4000 Copies. The Records Are Not Individually Sealed. Each 12" Is Backed With An Extended Version Of Instrumental Jams Conceived During Fade's Recording Sessions At SOMA Studios With Producer John McIntyre, Douglas McCombs & Rick Rizzo. This Limited Edition Triple 12" Set Of The Multiple Versions Of "Ohm" Includes Three 12" Singles With A Printed Flat In A 4-Box Poly Shower Curtain Display Case. There's Metal Grommets In The Curtain If You'd Prefer To Display It On Your Wall. All Versions Are Unreleased Except The Original Version.... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One
Pop New - LP OLE 222-1 Matador
Sealed 1997 2LP Gatefold Original With Two Inserts. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Yo La Tengo - I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One
Pop New - LP OLE-222-0 Matador
Sealed 2015 2LP Reissue Of Their Classic 1997 Album.... more details
 

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