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Incinerate (song)

"Incinerate"
Rather Ripped
Released 2006
Format CD
Genre Alternative rock
Length 4:55
Label Geffen Records
Writer(s) Thurston Moore
Producer John Agnello
Sonic Youth singles chronology

"Helen Lundeberg/Eyeliner"
(2006)
"Incinerate"
(2006)
"Beautiful Plateau"
(2006)

"Incinerate" is from the American alternative rock band Sonic Youth, and is the second track on their 2006 album Rather Ripped. "Incinerate" is the third and final single from the album Rather Ripped. "Incinerate" was written by lead guitarist Thurston Moore and produced by John Agnello. The song was released as a single in 2006 in the United Kingdom and United States. It was featured in a music video with strange effects, including zooming in to the point that the camera only caught a blurry image of a small portion of the lead guitarist Thurston Moore. It is featured as a master track in the video game Guitar Hero 5.

Track listing

  1. "Incinerate"
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