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Background informationYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_0_1_0
OriginYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_0_2_0 New York City, New York, United StatesYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_0_2_1
GenresYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_0_3_0 Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_0_3_1
Years activeYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_0_4_0 2000 (2000)–presentYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_0_4_1
LabelsYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_0_5_0 Touch and Go, Wichita, Interscope, Fiction, Modular, PolydorYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_0_5_1
Associated actsYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_0_6_0 Head Wound CityYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_0_6_1
WebsiteYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_0_7_0 Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_0_7_1
MembersYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_0_9_0 Karen O

Nick Zinner Brian ChaseYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_0_9_1

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are an American indie rock band formed in New York City in 2000. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_0

The group is composed of vocalist and pianist Karen O (born Karen Lee Orzolek), guitarist and keyboardist Nick Zinner, and drummer Brian Chase. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_1

They are complemented in live performances by second guitarist David Pajo, who joined as a touring member in 2009 and replaced Imaad Wasif, who had previously held the role. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_2

According to an interview that aired during ABC's Live from Central Park SummerStage series, the band's name was taken from modern New York City vernacular. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_3

The band has recorded four studio albums; the first, Fever to Tell, was released in 2003. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_4

The second, Show Your Bones, was released in 2006 and was named the second best album of the year by NME. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_5

Their third studio album, It's Blitz! Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_6 , was released in March 2009. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_7

All three albums earned the band Grammy nominations for Best Alternative Music Album. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_8

Their fourth album, Mosquito, was released in April 2013. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_9

History Yeah Yeah Yeahs_section_0

Formation and Fever to Tell (1990s–2004) Yeah Yeah Yeahs_section_1

Karen O and Brian Chase first met as students at Oberlin College in Ohio in the late 1990s, where Chase was a jazz student at the conservatory. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_10

Karen then transferred to New York University and met Zinner in a local bar, where they formed an "instant connection." Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_11

During this time, they also shared a loft with future members of the band Metric. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_12

Orzolek and Zinner formed an acoustic duo called Unitard but soon decided to "shake things up a bit" by forming a "trashy, punky, grimy" band modeled after the art student, avant-punk bands Karen O was exposed to at Oberlin. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_13

After the drummer they initially recruited bowed out, Chase joined the line-up. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_14

The band wrote a slew of songs at their first rehearsal and soon wound up supporting The Strokes and The White Stripes, earning a significant buzz for their arty and garage punk scene. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_15

In late 2001, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs released their self-titled debut EP, which they recorded with Boss Hog's Jerry Teel, on their own Shifty label. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_16

Early the next year, they stepped into the international spotlight, appearing at South by Southwest, touring the U.S. with Girls Against Boys, and Europe with Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, and headlining their own U.K. tour. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_17

Wichita Recordings distributed the group's EP in the U.K. and Touch and Go reissued it in the States. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_18

In 2003, the band released their debut album, Fever to Tell, which received several strong critical reviews and sold more than 750,000 copies worldwide. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_19

The album's third single, "Maps", received significant airplay on alternative radio. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_20

In 2010, Rolling Stone ranked "Maps" as 386th in their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_21

The video for their 2004 single "Y Control" was directed by Spike Jonze. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_22

In October 2004, the band released their first DVD, Tell Me What Rockers to Swallow. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_23

The DVD included a concert filmed at The Fillmore in San Francisco, all of the band's music videos to date, and various interviews. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_24

Later the same year, they were featured in Scott Crary's documentary Kill Your Idols. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_25

In November 2009, NME rated Fever to Tell the No. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_26

5 Best Album of the Decade. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_27

Show Your Bones and Is Is EP (2005–2007) Yeah Yeah Yeahs_section_2

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs' second album, Show Your Bones, was released on 27–28 March 2006. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_28

Karen O told online zine Drowned in Sound, "Show Your Bones is what happens when you put your finger in a light socket", crediting "9-year old antigenius wonder-kid Drake Barrett for the insight." Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_29

The first single from the album, "Gold Lion", was released on 20 March 2006, reaching number 18 in the Official UK Singles Chart. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_30

It has been noted by Leah Greenblatt that "Gold Lion" sounds startlingly similar to "No New Tale To Tell" from 1980s alternative band Love and Rockets. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_31

The band toured throughout Europe and the United States during much of 2006, and also helped to curate an edition of the British All Tomorrow's Parties festival. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_32

In December 2006, the album was named second best album of the year by NME magazine, and "Cheated Hearts" was voted 10th best song. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_33

Rolling Stone magazine named Show Your Bones the 44th best album of 2006, while Spin magazine ranked it number 31 on their 40 best albums of 2006. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_34

Yeah Yeah Yeahs' third EP, titled Is Is, was released on 24 July 2007. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_35

It includes 5 previously unreleased songs and a short film, which was recorded and filmed at the Glasslands Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_36

The songs were written in 2004, during the Fever To Tell tour, and performed live often. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_37

Three of the five tracks were featured on the Tell Me What Rockers to Swallow DVD. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_38

It's Blitz! (2008–2009) Yeah Yeah Yeahs_section_3

The Yeah Yeah Yeah's next album was released in March 2009 and titled It's Blitz!. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_39

The band says the album sounds different from their previous ones but "still [sounds] like Yeah Yeah Yeahs". Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_40

It was originally set to be released on 13 April, but following an internet leak on 22 February, the band's label, Interscope, pulled the release date closer to reduce the leak's impact. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_41

The album spawned three singles: "Zero", "Heads Will Roll," and "Skeletons." Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_42

It's Blitz! Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_43

was named second best album of 2009 by Spin Magazine and third best by NME, along with "Zero" from the album listed as the best track of the year by both. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_44

Mosquito and hiatus (2011–2016) Yeah Yeah Yeahs_section_4

On 9 December 2011, Karen O reported to NME that she had been working on new music with the band, hinting a new album was possibly in the making. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_45

On 14 January 2013, it was announced via their official Facebook page that the new album would be titled Mosquito. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_46

It was released on 16 April of the same year. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_47

The album features production by TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek, Nick Launay, and LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_48

The first single, "Sacrilege", was released on 15 February 2013. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_49

"Despair" was released as the second single on 23 July 2013. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_50

In December 2014, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs went on hiatus. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_51

In 2016, the band received writing credits on the Beyoncé single "Hold Up". Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_52

Return in 2017 Yeah Yeah Yeahs_section_5

On 20 June 2017, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs announced that they would be headlining the Austin "Sound on Sound" festival on 10 November, adding: "Watch for more news coming soon" The Sound on Sound festival was subsequently cancelled. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_53

On 26 May 2018, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs played at All Points Festival in Victoria Park, London. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_54

Reissue of Fever to Tell Yeah Yeah Yeahs_section_6

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs released a deluxe remastering of their debut album Fever to Tell on 20 October 2017 via Interscope / UMe. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_55

It features previously unreleased demos, B-sides, and other rarities from the era. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_56

In a press release, the band announced, "A friend of a friend kept asking if we were ever gonna put Fever to Tell out on vinyl as it hasn't been on vinyl in 10 years. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_57

That's not right. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_58

So here it is on vinyl for the first time in 10 years plus a time capsule of photos, demos (1st ever recorded,) a mini film documenting our near downfall and other fun memorabilia, from the turn of the century NYC, made with love + the usual blood, sweat + tears of Yeah Yeah Yeahs." Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_59

To celebrate the reissue, the band performed a small series of shows in October and November at [[The Fonda Theatre] in Los Angeles, California, the Fox Oakland Theatre in Oakland, California, and Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, New York. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_60

Musical style Yeah Yeah Yeahs_section_7

The Yeah Yeahs' style has been described as "an art-rock trio who made an edgy post-punk, dancefloor-friendly racket that mixed up Blondie with Siouxsie and the Banshees". Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_61

Touring and performances Yeah Yeah Yeahs_section_8

Alongside performing headlining tours across the world, the band has supported artists such as Red Hot Chili Peppers, Björk, The White Stripes, The Strokes, Liars, and Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_62

The band headlined in China at the Modern Sky Festival in Beijing in 2007. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_63

The group performed their single "Zero" on the NBC television show Saturday Night Live on 11 April 2009. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_64

Yeah Yeah Yeahs performed on the Late Show with David Letterman on 5 April 2013. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_65

They headlined and curated ATP's I'll Be Your Mirror festival at Alexandra Palace in London on 4 May 2013. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_66

Yeah Yeah Yeahs played at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California on 12 April and 19 April 2013, and at the Firefly Music Festival on 21–23 June 2013. Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_67

Awards and nominations Yeah Yeah Yeahs_section_9

Antville Music Video Awards Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_68

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YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_1_0_0 Nominee / workYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_1_0_1 AwardYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_1_0_2 ResultYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_1_0_3
2006Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_1_1_0 "Gold Lion"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_1_1_1 Best CinematographyYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_1_1_2 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_1_1_3
Best Performance VideoYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_1_2_0 WonYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_1_2_1
2013Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_1_3_0 "Despair"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_1_3_1 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_1_3_2
"Sacrilege"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_1_4_0 Video of the YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_1_4_1 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_1_4_2
Best NarrativeYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_1_5_0 WonYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_1_5_1
Best EditingYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_1_6_0 WonYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_1_6_1

BMI London Awards Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_69

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YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_2_0_0 Nominee / workYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_2_0_1 AwardYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_2_0_2 ResultYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_2_0_3
2007Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_2_1_0 "Gold Lion"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_2_1_1 Pop AwardYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_2_1_2 WonYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_2_1_3

D&AD Awards Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_70

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YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_3_0_0 Nominee / workYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_3_0_1 AwardYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_3_0_2 ResultYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_3_0_3
2005Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_3_1_0 "Y Control"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_3_1_1 DirectionYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_3_1_2 Yellow PencilYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_3_1_3
2014Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_3_2_0 "Sacrilege"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_3_2_1 CinematographyYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_3_2_2 Wood PencilYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_3_2_3
EditingYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_3_3_0 Graphite PencilYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_3_3_1

Grammy Award Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_71

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YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_4_0_0 Nominee / workYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_4_0_1 AwardYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_4_0_2 ResultYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_4_0_3
2004Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_4_1_0 Fever to TellYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_4_1_1 Best Alternative Music AlbumYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_4_1_2 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_4_1_3
2007Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_4_2_0 Show Your BonesYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_4_2_1 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_4_2_2
2010Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_4_3_0 It's Blitz!Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_4_3_1 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_4_3_2

International Dance Music Awards Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_72

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YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_5_0_0 Nominee / workYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_5_0_1 AwardYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_5_0_2 ResultYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_5_0_3
2010Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_5_1_0 ThemselvesYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_5_1_1 Best Artist (Group)Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_5_1_2 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_5_1_3
It's BlitzYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_5_2_0 Best Artist AlbumYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_5_2_1 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_5_2_2
"Heads Will Roll"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_5_3_0 Best Alternative/Rock Dance TrackYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_5_3_1 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_5_3_2

MTV Video Music Awards Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_73

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YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_6_0_0 Nominee / workYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_6_0_1 AwardYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_6_0_2 ResultYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_6_0_3
2004Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_1_0 "Maps"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_1_1 Best Art DirectionYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_1_2 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_1_3
Best EditingYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_2_0 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_2_1
Best CinematographyYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_3_0 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_3_1
MTV2 AwardYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_4_0 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_4_1
2009Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_5_0 "Heads Will Roll"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_5_1 Breakthrough VideoYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_5_2 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_5_3
2013Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_6_0 "Sacrilege"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_6_1 Best DirectionYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_6_2 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_6_3
Best CinematographyYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_7_0 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_6_7_1

MVPA Awards Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_74

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YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_7_0_0 Nominee / workYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_7_0_1 AwardYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_7_0_2 ResultYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_7_0_3
2005Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_7_1_0 "Y Control"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_7_1_1 Best Alternative VideoYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_7_1_2 WonYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_7_1_3
2006Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_7_2_0 "Gold Lion"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_7_2_1 Best CinematographyYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_7_2_2 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_7_2_3
2009Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_7_3_0 "Zero"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_7_3_1 Best Rock VideoYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_7_3_2 WonYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_7_3_3

mtvU Woodie Awards Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_75

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YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_8_0_0 Nominee / workYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_8_0_1 AwardYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_8_0_2 ResultYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_8_0_3
2004Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_8_1_0 ThemselvesYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_8_1_1 Woodie of the YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_8_1_2 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_8_1_3
2009Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_8_2_0 "Heads Will Roll"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_8_2_1 Best Video WoodieYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_8_2_2 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_8_2_3

NME Awards Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_76

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YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_9_0_0 Nominee / workYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_9_0_1 AwardYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_9_0_2 ResultYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_9_0_3
2003Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_1_0 ThemselvesYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_1_1 Philip Hall Hot New Band AwardYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_1_2 WonYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_1_3
Karen OYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_2_0 Hottest WomanYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_2_1 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_2_2
2005Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_3_0 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_3_1
2007Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_4_0 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_4_1
2010Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_5_0 "Zero"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_5_1 Best Dancefloor FillerYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_5_2 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_5_3
ThemselvesYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_6_0 Best International BandYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_6_1 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_6_2
2011Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_7_0 Karen OYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_7_1 Hottest WomanYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_7_2 WonYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_9_7_3

New York Music Awards Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_77

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YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_10_0_0 Nominee / workYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_10_0_1 AwardYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_10_0_2 ResultYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_10_0_3
2011Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_10_1_0 "Heads Will Roll" (A-Trak Remix)Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_10_1_1 Best Dance RemixYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_10_1_2 WonYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_10_1_3

Rober Awards Music Poll Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_78

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YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_11_0_0 Nominee / workYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_11_0_1 AwardYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_11_0_2 ResultYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_11_0_3
2009Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_11_1_0 ThemselvesYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_11_1_1 Best Rock ArtistYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_11_1_2 WonYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_11_1_3
Band of the YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_11_2_0 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_11_2_1
"Zero"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_11_3_0 Song of the YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_11_3_1 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_11_3_2
"Heads Will Roll" (A-Trak Remix)Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_11_4_0 Best RemixYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_11_4_1 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_11_4_2

Shortlist Music Prize Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_79

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YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_12_0_0 Nominee / workYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_12_0_1 AwardYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_12_0_2 ResultYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_12_0_3
2003Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_12_1_0 Fever to TellYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_12_1_1 Album of the YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_12_1_2 NominatedYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_12_1_3

UK Music Video Awards Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_80

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YearYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_13_0_0 Nominee / workYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_13_0_1 AwardYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_13_0_2 ResultYeah Yeah Yeahs_header_cell_13_0_3
2013Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_13_1_0 "Sacrilege"Yeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_13_1_1 Best Rock/Indie VideoYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_13_1_2 WonYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_13_1_3
Best EditingYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_13_2_0 WonYeah Yeah Yeahs_cell_13_2_1

Discography Yeah Yeah Yeahs_section_10

Main article: Yeah Yeah Yeahs discography Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_81

Studio albums Yeah Yeah Yeahs_sentence_82

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