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The sound is unique in an early European quirky techno kind of way... it takes some getting used to.
The most innovative Dance band of the 80's this album really jumps about all over the place from the smooth Disco of Vicious Games to the insistent beat of `Oh Yeah'.
Hardly anything can match a song like "Let Me Cry." One can try in vain to find something, but it will take a lifetime.
You will want to play it again and again. But be carefull it will stay in your head!Published 6 days ago by Richard Mendoza
Fun album. Heard this song many years ago and couldn't figure out who it was, but really liked "Oh Yeah"! When I did figure out who it was - bought the album quickly!Published 2 months ago by kutlass69
I got it for the old farris bueller Oh Yeah song and the whole album was good. If you can find this album you should check it out.Published 9 months ago by Lucas Cross
I am unable to get out to see if this cd is available locally. Ordering it online made this gift request possible.Published 13 months ago by Linda Watson
A very original album, incorporating jazz, rock, world music, and more. Variety of vocal performers, with a Caribbean sound at times. Read morePublished 16 months ago by halman
If you like different music then this is it. It's got rythm, it's got great music all the way around. I liked it in the 80's and still like it today. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Marion
This group should have their own genre. their music is the best thing i have ever heard. If you know nothing about them or you are a sophisticated person with odd tastes for music,... Read morePublished on June 2, 2012 by Rodney Zimmerman
On this 1985 release things changed very abruptly for Yello. Before this the group were a trio and had a mildly DIY oriented sound that baught in many different rhythmic and vocal... Read morePublished on May 7, 2011 by Andre S. Grindle