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Yello - Oh Yeah FLAC album


Performer: Yello
Genre: Electronic
Title: Oh Yeah
Country: US
Released: 1985
Style: Electro, Synth-pop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1841 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1480 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1564 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 925
Other Formats: WMA AUD AA WAV MP2 MP3 DXD

Oh Yeah" is a single released in 1985 by the Swiss band Yello and featured on their album Stella. The song features a mix of electronic music and manipulated vocals. The song gained popularity after being featured in the films Ferris Bueller's Day Off and The Secret of My Success, among other films. It is a popular staple in pop culture. Its 1987 re-released version features the extra lyrics: "such a good time, a really good time".

Stella is the fourth studio album by the Swiss electronic band Yello, first released in Germany, Switzerland and Austria on 29 January 1985, and in the UK and US in March 1985. It was the first album made by the band without founder member Carlos Perón, and with his departure the remaining duo of Boris Blank and Dieter Meier began to move away from experimental electronic sounds towards a more commercial synthpop and cinematic soundtrack style.

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Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah The moon, beautiful The sun, even more beautiful Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah Beautiful Oh yeah, oh yeah Good time. Oh Yeah is an electronic song with manipulated vocals. The song gained popularity after being featured in the films Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and The Secret of My Success, among others. It is a popular choice in movies, television, games and commercials.

YELLO - 11 - Oh Yeah. Album: Live In Berlin, 2017 Has been played on.

Oh Yeah Album Cover Art. Yello. Cover Art. Tracklist. 7" Vinyl 1. 1 Oh Yeah. 2 Oh Yeah (Indian Summer version).

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Tracklist

Oh Yeah (Dance Mix) 6:25
Oh Yeah 3:05
Oh Yeah (Indian Summer Music) 5:30

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
884-930-1 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(12", Single) Mercury 884-930-1 US 1985
884-930-1 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(12", Single) Mercury 884-930-1 US 1985
884 930-1 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(12", Single, "76) Mercury 884 930-1 US 1985
SOV 2398 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(7") Vertigo SOV 2398 Canada 1985
884-930-1 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(12", Gre) Mercury 884-930-1 US 1986
884 930-1 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(12", Promo) Mercury 884 930-1 US 1986
884-930-1 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(12", Single, Bro) Mercury, Polygram 884-930-1 US 1986
884-930-1 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(12", Single, Bro) Mercury, Polygram 884-930-1 US 1986
884 930-7, 884-930-7 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(7", Single) Mercury, Mercury 884 930-7, 884-930-7 US 1986
884 930-7 DJ Yello Oh Yeah ‎(7", Single, Promo) Mercury 884 930-7 DJ US 1986
SOV 2398 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(7", Single, Yel) Vertigo SOV 2398 Canada 1986
888 908-7 Yello Oh Yeah (Dance Mix) ‎(7", Single) Mercury, PolyGram Records Pty. Limited 888 908-7 Australasia 1987
888 908-1 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(12") Mercury 888 908-1 Australia 1987
888 908-1 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(12", Maxi, No ) Mercury 888 908-1 Germany 1987
888 908-1 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(12", Maxi, Wit) Mercury 888 908-1 Germany 1987
888 908-7 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(7", Single) Mercury 888 908-7 Germany 1987
884930-7, 884-930-7 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(7", Single, Mul) Mercury, Mercury 884930-7, 884-930-7 US 1987
888 908-2 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(CD, Maxi) Mercury 888 908-2 Germany 1987
888 908-2 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(CD, Single, Car) Mercury 888 908-2 Europe 1987
872 399-1 Yello Yello In The Movies. Oh Yeah ‎(12", Maxi, Ltd, Yel) Mercury 872 399-1 Europe 1987
080 308-2 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(CDV, Single, PAL) Fontana 080 308-2 UK & Europe 1988
080 308-2 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(CDV, Single, RP, PAL) Fontana 080 308-2 Europe 1988
577 089-1 Plutone's* Hands On Yello Plutone's* Hands On Yello - Oh Yeah ‎(12") Urban 577 089-1 Europe 1995
IMP 527 Plutone's* Hands On Yello Plutone's* Hands On Yello - Oh Yeah ‎(12") Impulse IMP 527 Italy 1995
none Plutone 's Hands On Yello Plutone 's Hands On Yello - Oh Yeah ‎(12", Promo) Urban none Germany 1995
IMP 527 Plutone 's Hands On Yello Plutone 's Hands On Yello - Oh Yeah ‎(12", Promo) Impulse IMP 527 Italy 1995
577 089-2 Plutone's* Hands On Yello Plutone's* Hands On Yello - Oh Yeah ‎(CD, Maxi) Urban 577 089-2 Europe 1995
170 150-6, 0602517015067 Yello Oh Yeah 'Oh Six (The Remixes Part 1) ‎(12") Vertigo, Universal Music Group 170 150-6, 0602517015067 Europe 2006
170 150-8, 0602517015081 Yello Oh Yeah 'Oh Six (The Remixes Part 2) ‎(12") Vertigo, Universal Music Group 170 150-8, 0602517015081 Europe 2006
none Yello Oh Yeah 'Oh Six (The Remixes) ‎(12") Not On Label none US 2006
none Yello Oh Yeah 'Oh Six (The Remixes) ‎(CDr, Promo) Universal none Sweden 2006
none Yello Oh Yeah 'Oh Six (The Remixes) ‎(CDr, Promo, Whi) Not On Label none US 2006
none Yello Oh Yeah 'Oh Six (The Remixes) ‎(CDr, Promo, Yel) Not On Label none US 2006
none Yellow* Oh Yeah ‎(CDr, Single, Promo) Spinnin' Records none Netherlands 2006
TIGER171 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(3xFile, AAC, 256) Tiger Records TIGER171 Germany 2010
TIGER171 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(3xFile, MP3, 320) Tiger Records TIGER171 Germany 2010
TIGER171 Yello Oh Yeah ‎(3xFile, WAV) Tiger Records TIGER171 Germany 2010
TIGER539 Yello Oh Yeah (2012 Remix) ‎(File, WAV) Tiger Records TIGER539 Germany 2012

Livina
As these mixes were all available as MP3s it's difficult to be sure if this is official or not. Certainly the compiling is a bit sloppy (spurious noise bursts at the start of some mixes) and Track 2 appears to stop-start during one drop-out section (at least on my copy). Best to buy the official 12" or the MP3s, as this is what they sound like here!

Wilalmaine
This is all we need... more artists that have no reason remixing one of the most influential electronic artists of all time, resurrecting a track that has been resurrected so many times before, producing tracks that have no aesthetics or creative vision in common with Yello except for some samples. What's next, minimal tech house remixes of Neu and Can? Woops, I shouldn't have said that, the minimal mafia will jump on that idea faster than the new Apple laptop! Please, for the love of all that is good in the world, no more remixes of classic 80s records. If you want to be like Yello, then experiment! Get wild, forget the laptop, pick up an instrument or three, and have fun. Remixes like these do not give this band the respect and credit they deserve. (And for the record, I'm not a big fan of Hands On Yello from over a decade ago either - very disappointing.)

Walan
You're sounding, as you are sure, the remix artists begged to remix OH YEAH! If you don't like remixes (of classic tracks), that's okay. But you are showing not very much respect for the remix artists, who are successful on their own! And I'm sure, no one of them wants to be like Yello, musically!Your post is 10 years ago, maybe your opinion changed over time. ;-)one one twenty twenty nine

porosh
Disagreement on my end. This exact record placed Yello on the radar for me, moving them from a band that populate commercial jingles to a band with high quality music that I can enjoy often.And after getting the record I can confirm - B1 is a banger!

Mezilabar
absolutely agree,imagination and creativity has been replaced for the love of money !!!

Peras
This is a seriously excellent piece of music. For most of you it will bring back memories of "Ferris Bueller's Day Off", and well, unless you were seriously hip back in 1985 and heard it in the clubs in L.A. first, you're like most of us. I hadn't heard it until its big Ferris Bueller's debut, which is moderately unfortunate, because this was at the cutting edge of innovation back then. This really is a well-designed piece of music, with picture-perfect polish shining its rough edges. I think these boys were well deserving of the fame this song achieved. But you should really check out the albums on which this song was included. Stella and One Second are both masterpieces of the 1980s. They are light years ahead of their time for style and innovation and are quite enjoyable to sit down and listen to. I mean that! Oh Yeah is the most familiar, however, and you will never regret buying each album just for that one inclusion. But look further, Oh Yeah is a catalyst, a starter, the rest is heaven in music. These guys were SKILLED producers and musicians. Who says the '80s sucked? Check out these slabs of delight, and realize the only thing about the '80s that really sucked then and still sucks now is our limited perception of the '80s. There was more to it than MTV and Yuppies, there were moments like these. Forget about "hair metal" and listen further...