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Cheated Hearts

For the 1921 film featuring Boris Karloff, see Cheated Hearts (film).
"Cheated Hearts"
Show Your Bones
Released September 11, 2006
Format 7"
Genre Indie rock, art rock
Label Polydor
Yeah Yeah Yeahs singles chronology

"Turn Into"
"Cheated Hearts"
"Down Boy"

"Cheated Hearts" is a single by New York based alternative rock band Yeah Yeah Yeahs. It is taken from their second album Show Your Bones. The track was voted the 10th best song of 2006 by NME. Despite this, it didn't chart in any major market.

Its video was made by pasting images of different videos made for this song made by fans of all around the world, who filmed themselves making an imitation of the band.

The song was listed as the 326th best song of the 2000s by Pitchfork Media.[1]

Track listing

Heart-Shaped 7"
  1. "Cheated Hearts" (Radio Edit) – 3:34
  2. "Cheated Hearts" (Peaches Remix) – 5:13
UK Digital Single
  1. "Cheated Hearts" (Radio Edit) – 3:34
  2. "Thank You Were Wrong" – 6:10


External links

  • YouTube

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