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O Yeah (End of Fashion song)

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"O Yeah"
OYEAHcover.jpg
Single by End of Fashion
from the album End of Fashion
Released 18 July 2005
Format CD
Recorded 2005
Label EMI
Songwriter(s) Justin Burford
Producer(s) Dennis Herring
End of Fashion singles chronology
"O Yeah"
(2005)
"Lock Up Your Daughters"
(2005)

"O Yeah" is the debut single by Australian band End of Fashion, taken from their 2005 self-titled debut album.

The song was featured in the video game FIFA Street 2 and in the Australian edition of Singstar Rocks!.

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Transcription

Contents

Music video

The music video, set on a drag racing strip, was directed by Ben Quinn and produced by Lucy Markovich, and depicts lead singer Justin Burford strolling down the main strip, alternating shots of racing cars with shots of various attendees to the race, in addition to various shots of the band's instruments.

Criticism

End of Fashion have been criticised for their uncredited copying of the guitar riff from the Pixies song "Where Is My Mind?" for their song "O Yeah". Rockus Online Magazine reviewer Jonathon Miller called the song "disturbingly Pixies-ish" and went on to write:

"End of Fashion are having no problem appealing to the 95% of people that haven't heard (and still remember) the Pixies' "Where Is My Mind?" and have never experienced a truly exciting live show, and if that's what the band is aiming for, then they are a complete success."[1]

Track listing

No.TitleLength
1."O Yeah (Radio Edit)"3:01
2."Hardcore"3:00
3."Quicksand (Live)"4:40

Charts

Chart (2005) Peak
Position [2]
Weeks In
ARIA Singles Chart 21 12

References

  1. ^ Jonathon Miller, rockus.com Archived 24 August 2006 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ "End of Fashion - O Yeah". Australian Charts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved 19 January 2015.

External links

This page was last edited on 22 October 2018, at 16:36
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