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Yello 40 Years

Yello

Pop - Released April 30, 2021 | Yello

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Switzerland’s most famous electronic music group is celebrating its 40th birthday with an XXL retrospective release. These four discs pay tribute to a body of work that has wandered every which way over the last four decades, but has always remained faithful to the dancefloor. The core of this best-of compilation is in the first two discs, which contain all the great classic tunes from Dieter Meier and Boris Blank, including the seminal Oh Yeah, which was released in 1985 and went down in history thanks to a series of teen movies and the Simpsons' beer mascot, Duffman. We also find hits like Bostich, a live version of The Race, Vicious Games, I Love You or the funky/psychedelic Tied Up. The third CD, curated by Boris Blank, foregrounds Yello's "mellow" side, and it highlights some lesser-known tracks such as Capri Calling or Otto di Catania. Finally, the last disc features a dozen remixes, with a hypnotic Carl Craig on Electrified II and Hell DJ in cosmic form on Bostich. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz
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CDkr349.79

Yello 40 Years

Yello

Pop - Released April 30, 2021 | Yello

Switzerland’s most famous electronic music group is celebrating its 40th birthday with an XXL retrospective release. These four discs pay tribute to a body of work that has wandered every which way over the last four decades, but has always remained faithful to the dancefloor. The core of this best-of compilation is in the first two discs, which contain all the great classic tunes from Dieter Meier and Boris Blank, including the seminal Oh Yeah, which was released in 1985 and went down in history thanks to a series of teen movies and the Simpsons' beer mascot, Duffman. We also find hits like Bostich, a live version of The Race, Vicious Games, I Love You or the funky/psychedelic Tied Up. The third CD, curated by Boris Blank, foregrounds Yello's "mellow" side, and it highlights some lesser-known tracks such as Capri Calling or Otto di Catania. Finally, the last disc features a dozen remixes, with a hypnotic Carl Craig on Electrified II and Hell DJ in cosmic form on Bostich. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz