Before Steve Angello’s 2012 “Yeah” was released as an anthemic hit earlier this month, the track went through a series of facelifts during a two-year production process. Turning back the clock, the 2011 version is the Steve Angello we’re more familiar with, featuring hard-hitting bass, rock-inspired leads, and trademark grunge at the forefront. Angello is giving away this edgier version of “Yeah” for the small price of an e-mail registration, so head to Size Records’ site to claim the download as your own.
Download: Size Records
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