Drive Like Jehu – Yank Crime – VINYL LP + 7inch


Colored Vinyl: Orange
Vinyl LP + 7inch

3 in stock


Yank Crime is the second and final album by the San Diego, California post-hardcore band Drive Like Jehu, released on April 26, 1994 by Interscope Records. It was the band’s major-label debut and its artwork was created by singer/guitarist Rick Froberg. The band toured in support of the album but then quietly disbanded the following year as the members moved off to pursue other interests.

In later years, as guitarist John Reis found international recognition with his band Rocket from the Crypt, a gradually growing audience began to pinpoint Drive Like Jehu’s music as a catalyst for the eclectic San Diego music scene and the emerging national emo scene of the 1990s. In 2003 Reis re-released Yank Crime on his Swami Records label, including on it the songs from the band’s “Hand Over Fist” / “Bullet Train to Vegas” single and the original version of “Sinews” that had appeared on the compilation Head Start to Purgatory.


1. “Here Come the Rome Plows” 5:44
2. “Do You Compute” 7:12
3. “Golden Brown” 3:14
4. “Luau” 9:27
5. “Super Unison” 7:24
6. “New Intro” 3:32
7. “New Math” 4:06
8. “Human Interest” 3:24
9. “Sinews” 9:12
Total length: 53:20


Additional information

7 inch, LP



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