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  8. We released a powerhouse split LP between Vatican, Iron Curtain, Sanction, and Funerals. It's available now on oxblood color vinyl and black vinyl. We also released a follow up 7" for Riot Stares (ex Discourse) called "Let the Phase Speak" on white, clear, and purple vinyl.
  9. Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ sultry fourth record starts with a bang, a big soul-rocker complete with gospel choir called “Sacrilige.” From there it’s a smorgasbord as colorful as their mosquito-attacking-a-baby album cover, including moody, atmospheric sound pieces (“Subway”), Banshee-esque post-punk rockers (the title track), dubby soundscapes (“Under the Earth”), X-Files-inspired new.