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Yuck United Kingdom 

The best album by Yuck is Yuck which is ranked number 953 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 2,040.

Yuck is ranked number 750 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 2,158.

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Yuck best albums

The following albums by Yuck are ranked highest in the greatest album charts:

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YuckUnited Kingdom Yuck
Year of Release:2011Appears in:212 charts
Rank in 2011:16Rank Score:2,040
Rank in 2010s73Overall Rank:953
Average Rating:  75/100 (318 votes)
Comments: 45 comments
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Glow & BeholdUnited Kingdom Yuck
Year of Release:2013Appears in:17 charts
Rank in 2013:335Rank Score:78
Rank in 2010s1,988Overall Rank:13,513
Average Rating:  71/100 (31 votes)
Comments: 5 comments
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Stranger ThingsUnited Kingdom Yuck
Year of Release:2016Appears in:13 charts
Rank in 2016:103Rank Score:40
Rank in 2010s3,149Overall Rank:19,450
Average Rating:  67/100 (34 votes)
Comments: 1 comment
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Overall band rank: 750

This may not be a complete discography for Yuck. This listing only shows those albums by this artist that appear in at least one chart on this site. If an album is 'missing' that you think deserves to be here, you can include it in your own chart from the My Charts page!

Yuck best tracks

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1.Get Away
(from the album Yuck)
 88/100 (91 votes)
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2.Shook Down
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 85/100 (77 votes)
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3.Suicide Policeman
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 85/100 (69 votes)
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4.The Wall
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 85/100 (64 votes)
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5.Operation
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 84/100 (56 votes)
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6.Georgia
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 84/100 (60 votes)
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7.Rubber
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 83/100 (56 votes)
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8.Holing Out
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 83/100 (57 votes)
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9.Sunday
(from the album Yuck)
 82/100 (55 votes)
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10.Middle Sea
(from the album Glow & Behold)
 82/100 (9 votes)
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11.Suck
(from the album Yuck)
 81/100 (56 votes)
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12.Rebirth
(from the album Glow & Behold)
 81/100 (9 votes)
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13.Out Of Time
(from the album Glow & Behold)
 81/100 (8 votes)
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14.Stutter
(from the album Yuck)
 81/100 (54 votes)
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15.Lose My Breath
(from the album Glow & Behold)
 80/100 (7 votes)
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16.Rose Gives A Lilly
(from the album Yuck)
 80/100 (56 votes)
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17.Nothing New
(from the album Glow & Behold)
 79/100 (7 votes)
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18.Sunrise In Maple Shade
(from the album Glow & Behold)
 79/100 (6 votes)
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19.Somewhere
(from the album Glow & Behold)
 79/100 (8 votes)
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20.How Does It Feel
(from the album Glow & Behold)
 79/100 (6 votes)
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Yuck ratings

Average Rating: 
72/100 (from 18 votes)
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05/14/2015 23:24
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From nutso42 09/21/2013 22:48
Love these guys. Can't wait for the next album.
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90/100
From zonrod 11/16/2011 01:31
thanks for that perfect comment, captain Spacker!
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From Captain Spacker 07/25/2011 12:04
When people think of alternative, they jump straight to the 90’s and point out the Grunge monsters and Beck. Before that though, in the distant time of the 1980’s, bands like Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jnr. and My Bloody Valentine were layering guitars, fuzzing their music up and jumping between mumbles and shouts.
Yuck are a relatively new band with a decidedly retro feel, borrowing heavily from this genre of music. Formed from the remains of Cajun Dance Party the line-up reads like a dream team of slacker geek chic; with a handsome apathetic lead, a drummer with an unkempt afro and a solemn Asian chic on bass.
Their sound is exactly what shoegazing has always been about. The guitars are unbelievably distorted; the whole album can be put as an example of how to abuse the effects pedal. The lyrics whine and moan; Daniel’s (lead vocals) are delivered with a longing and mope and can make clunky lyrics like “Tryna make it through the wall, You can see me if you're tall” work well. On songs like “Georgia” the band nail the dreamy trade-off between male and female vocals, blurring into one beautiful mess. The tone embraces the scope of alternative, opening tracks “Get Away” & “The Wall” are rocked to an inch of their lives while “Sunday” and “Suicide Policeman” make for wonderful ballads with great heart. “Suck” wistfully odes to intimate love and has real heart, bemoaning “being young and free”. It has a shy quality too, changing subject to fire brigades when the intimate confessions become a bit too much. Finally “Rubber” is a kickass distorted epic, stretching an instrumental for 7 minutes and bubbling quietly to a satisfying payoff. Technically it has lyrics but in the same way My Bloody Valentine they intertwine in the back ground, effectively being just another instrument. For all the gloom the album has peaks of happiness and heart, the aforementioned “Suck” and “Suicide Policeman” make a comforting change, the latter being a very adolescent and dramatic way of saying “I’m here for you”.
The album surpasses its older brothers in a number of ways though. Firstly it sounds very good and the mix is clear. Older albums can sound absolutely terrible, I have a copy of “Psychocandy” by The Jesus and Mary Chain that is a fantastic record but just sounds awful through anything. The layer of polish throughout really helps the other elements shine clearly. Another advantage Yuck have over their seniors, like say Dinosaur Jnr., is that they don’t vilanise anyone or change to malice. The album never really turns violent and the anger is more frustration against everything instead of anything in particular. This makes them more affable and likeable. While the lyrics might make a few eyes role their charm and innocence and sincerity makes them work better than, say, Sonic Youth’s sometimes pompous, self-importance. Finally the songs are far catchier, in the sea of bubbling sound it can be hard initially to pick anything out and hold onto it, but the characters of the band have strong personality and the changing lyrics and themes give a fuzzy sound some much needed definition.
If you’ve ever liked any the bands I’ve mentioned then this will be a lovely throwback and a welcome addition. If not the songs are catchy and charming and will stick in your head for a long time.
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