Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend
NME.COM feature on Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 28 January 2008
'The New Year deserves a new you. Now’s the perfect time to do a Gok Wan on your wardrobe'...
The New Year deserves a new you. Now’s the perfect time to do a Gok Wan on your wardrobe; to finally peel off those skinny black jeans that have been bonded to your legs with cider since 2003; to bin the mascara (girls and boys); to donate the pointy shoes to a tramp and leave anything neon (so 2007) in a bundle outside the Sue Ryder shop. Instead, this season you should mostly be wearing...
- Feb 1, 2008
Tracklisting click track to read more
- Mansard Roof
- Oxford Comma
- Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa
- One (Blake's Got a New Face)
- I Stand Corrected
- The Kids Don't Stand a Chance
The Troxy, London, Thursday May 2
- May 20, 2013
Out go the synths, the electronica and Africa. In come the American heartland and heavenly choirs of angels
- May 13, 2013
Wu Lyf, Vampire Weekend, Mystery Jets
- Jun 3, 2010
Ezra Koenig says trend for self-portrait shots and says 'I'm definitely pro-selfie'
The band say "unforseen circumstances" have forced them to pull shows in Sweden, Norway and Denmark
Singer's review goes on tangent about "motherfuckers never loved us"
Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend: Wikipedia Album Entry
Vampire Weekend is the debut album by American indie rock band Vampire Weekend, released January 2008 on XL Recordings.
1. Mansard Roof – 2:07
2. Oxford Comma – 3:15
3. A-Punk – 2:17
4. Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa – 3:34
5. M79 – 4:15
6. Campus – 2:56
7. Bryn – 2:13
8. One (Blake's Got a New Face) – 3:13
9. I Stand Corrected – 2:39
10. Walcott – 3:41
11. The Kids Don't Stand a Chance – 4:03
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