|B5||Heavies Go Odd|
|B6||High Heel To Mammal IV|
|SAF 19||Yip-Yip||Two Kings Of The Same Kingdom (CD, Album + DVD)||S.A.F. Records||SAF 19||US||2008|
In their own work, Yip-Yip is quick to move past melodies they’ve covered, infuse them with additional instrumentation, swifter pacing, and create something new. These bridges between tunes aren’t always the same, not just in terms of instrumentation or layering, but the rhythm of each bridge as it takes on something all its own. Some songs thrive on this inventiveness, never seeming to stay put, but always morphing the music to fit new molds, which are then thrown away to make something new under the cast.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Two Kings Of The Same Kingdom (2008) by Yip-Yip. This album has an average beat per minute of 127 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 90/180 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Two Kings of the Same Kingdom.
Yip-Yip isn’t exactly the kind of band that demands to be taken seriously upon first taste. They look like either geeks with unfortunate haircuts or Ska superheroes (depending on whether you see them in street clothes or the costumes they wear live) and make music that revolves around twee, 8-bit and circus sounding keyboards. The costumes in particular, which recall tour mates The Locust with a third wave Ska obsession, could easily be the subject of ridicule. But still, the music on Two Kings of the Same Kingdom, Yip-Yip’s latest, is rooted in Math, Noise and Grind, making it vastly different from the common man’s Techno. For one, the songs on Two Kings are all intricate and complex.
While Yip-Yip may outwit itself with digital crescendos or urgent stop-start fills, the most surprising element of the album is the use of actual physical instrumentation–especially the saxophone. The horn gives tracks such as Human Wanderers or Jazz Rats true character, pulsating strikingly with jazz-waltz enthusiasm. Whatever the case, it’s definitely a weird listen.
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Yip-Yip - High Heel To Mammal EP (CDr, EP). Not On Label (Yip-Yip Self-released). Yip-Yip - Pro-Twelve Thinker (Album). Yip-Yip - Two Kings Of The Same Kingdom (Album). Moon Jelly - Moon Jelly (Album, EP).
Kingdom is the sixth studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Kumi Koda. It was released on January 30, 2008, a week after her single anytime. The album debuted at on the Oricon Weekly Charts with sales of 421,302. It remained on the charts for thirty-three weeks.
English music album Two Kings Of The Same Kingdom. Download song or listen online free, only on JioSaavn.