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Album Review

Yes, Stella is the album that includes Yello's biggest hit, "Oh Yeah." It's also their best single LP, an excellent production throughout by Boris Blank, from the theatric instrumentals "Stalakdrama" and "Ciel Ouvert" to the frenetic pitched percussion on "Let Me Cry." As well, Dieter Meier proves he's at his best vocally, whether it's the seamy side of life on "Desert Inn" or an exaggerated leer for "Koladi-ola." Both hit their peak on the same album, and Stella, Rovi

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This band is awesome. I love how they are really percussion based and all their songs differ from each other, as do their albums. Here is a track-by-track review:

Desire 10/10: This song is genius. While having very deep lyrics, it also does a good job of having cool sounds. An obvious 10/10.

Vicious Games 8/10: A song with a very catchy tune. Though it isn't the best on the album, it is still very good. Yello and Hardfloor did a good job on this.

Oh Yeah 10/10: The most popular Yello song in America by far. However, since this was the only song by Yello heard by most, people had mistaken Yello as a funny band. Those people are wrong. But this song is actually rather funny, but don't let it fool you. Other than that, this song will by around for a long time.

Desert Inn 9/10: This song has very cool and catchy sounds. Definitely one of Yello's best.

Stalakdrama 5/10: This is one of the worst on the album. It's very strange when Yello makes it sound like someone screaming in some songs. Sorry, but it's just very weird.

Koladi-Ola 8/10: This song is very good. The guidar riffs are spectacular. The only reason I give it 8/10 is because at some parts it gets kind of odd, but other than that it's great.

Domingo 8/10: Very much like the last song. Between the strange songs of this album, they both do a good job.

Sometimes 7/10: Not a bad song. Domingo is a tough song to follow up, and Sometimes does a pretty good job of it. It isn't great, but it isn't bad either.

Let Me Cry 6/10: This song wouldve been better without the screaming... Sadly, this is another bad song.

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Oh yeah is the only song worth it cause its ridiculous

Sweet music

Oh yeah!!!


Formed: 1979 in Zurich, Switzerland

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The ambitious Swiss electronic duo Yello comprised vocalist/conceptualist Dieter Meier -- a millionaire industrialist, professional gambler, and member of Switzerland's national golf team -- and composer/arranger Boris Blank. Meier, a former solo artist who also spent time with the group Fresh Colour, began collaborating with Blank in 1979, and the duo bowed with the single "I.T. Splash." After signing with the Residents' label, Ralph Records, Yello issued their 1980 debut LP, Solid Pleasure, which...
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