Yello ‎– 1980 – 1985 The New Mix In One Go


This was my first Yello album, and you should make it yours too. It includes all of the best tracks from the groups first three or four albums, but several of them are the far superior versions that have come from editing the 12″ mix single versions. So, you get the fantastic souped up madness of “PinBall Cha Cha” and “Vicious Games”, etc. instead of the limper album versions. The collection focuses on the singles, such as the fab “I Love You” and “Oh Yeah” as well as more accessible album tracks, like “Angel No” (more great vocals from Rush Winters) and “Domingo”. The songs are mixed together, which put me off a bit, but it’s done well, and anyway, the selection is miles better then the so-called “Essential Yello” album, which has too many lame singles from the later years. Buy this, as it’s well worth the price, treasure it, then imagine the glory that would be an album called “Yello – The Full 12″ mixes 80 to 85”

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Vertigo Records ‎– 826 773-1 Stereo 2 x Vinyl LP 1986

Side 1.

1. Daily Disco

2. Swing

3. The Evening’s Young

4. Pinball Cha Cha

Side 2.

1. I Love You

2. Vicious Games

3. Sometimes (Dr. Hirsch)

4. Base For Alec

5. Oh Yeah

Side 3.

1. Lost Again

2. Tub Dub

3. Angel No

4. Desire

5. Bananas To The Beat

Side 4.

1. Koladi-Ola

2. Domingo

3. Bostich

4. Live At The Roxy

Composed By, Arranged By – Boris Blank
Cover – Ernst Gamper
Drums – Beat Ash
Guitar – Chico Hablas
Lyrics By, Vocals – Dieter Meier
Mixed By [Assistant] – Ian Tregoning, Ursli Weber
Photography By – Anton Corbijn
Producer, Engineer – Yello
Vocals – Rush Winters

Additional information

Weight 5 kg
LP Condition

Mint, Like New

Cover Condition

Mint, Like New


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