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2008 digitally remastered reissue of the Synthpop duo's debut album coinciding with their reunion tour. Vince Clarke's and Alison Moyet's relationship had become increasingly tense, and in July '83, on the eve of the release of the second album, You and Me Both, they announced they were splitting up. Notwithstanding, the album still entered the charts in poll position, ably maintaining both critically and commercially the high standard achieved by Upstairs at Eric's. Features 'Winter Kills'. Mute.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 5.59 x 4.88 x 0.51 inches; 3.32 Ounces
- Manufacturer : Emd Int'L
- Original Release Date : 2008
- Date First Available : March 18, 2008
- Label : Emd Int'L
- ASIN : B0015L5DS2
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #41,848 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Turned on to these albums in high school in a very interesting way (long story ... :->), I have not been able to get these albums out of my head. (The fact that later I was able to connect with one of my supervisors over these very albums is another very interesting story ....)
I bought the cassettes when they first came out, then later the CDs, and somewhere along the line lost the CDs and bought them again recently.
These albums are most excellent, with a classic late 1980s/ early 1990s feel with a slightly different twist. I like the beat that is indicative of the time, but the lyrics, the language, has a meat, a bite, with much more depth than a lot of the music of that same time.
To me, a music library is just not complete without these two albums, and now that I've verified my previously purchased CDs are not merely misplaced in a move but truly lost, I feel much more complete now that I've repurchased these albums and have them in my musical collection.
I could discuss each track in laborious detail - but suffice it to say, if you're even remotely a fan of late 1980's/early 1990's music, you'll love Yaz.
Interested, I borrowed the CD from the library and loved it. Especially #1 "Nobody's Diary" had significant meaning for me. Most all of them are wonderful, but #10 was "HAPPY PEOPLE" and I listened to the most- it was upbeat and very catchy.
However when I purchased the CD it looked exactly the same as the one I have borrowed... yet upon listening to it realized that this track is different. (State Farm)
I haven't a clue why the discrepancy... if someone could help explain it to me (politely) or even how to go about getting a corrected copy, I would gladly rate the item higher. It really is a good album otherwise, but Track Ten is terrific!