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Stella Original recording remastered

4.2 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Jan. 10 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Mercury - Universal Special Imports
  • ASIN: B000AC5LDE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #47,949 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Desire
2. Vicious Games
3. Oh Yeah
4. Desert Inn
5. Stalakdrama
6. Koladi-Ola
7. Domingo
8. Sometimes (Dr. Hirsch)
9. Let Me Cry
10. Ciel Ouvert
11. Angel No
12. Blue Nabou
13. Oh Yeah
14. Desire
15. Vicious Games

Product Description

This remastered album contains the seminal singles 'Vicious Games' and 'Desire', and also contains 4 bonus tracks, 2 on CD for the first time including 'Desire' (club mix) & 'Vicious Games' (club mix) plus 'Blue Nabou' & 'Oh Yeah' (Indian Summer mix). 15 total tracks. Universal. 2005.

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Format: Audio CD
Nine Inch Nails?!? I don't think so! How anyone could come up with that is beyond me. Either he's never heard NIN, or he didn't really listen to this album. NIN is far more loud and abrasive than this. This, along with One Second and You Gotta Say Yes To Another Excess, is one of Yello's top 3 releases (possibly the best) in my opinion. The sound is unique in an early European quirky techno kind of way... it takes some getting used to. In places it's tribal, in others it's heady, and quite a lot of it sounds theatrical. On the whole, it is candy for the ears and mind. My favorites are tracks 7 through 9. The guitar part at the end of "Let Me Cry" could have gone on easily for another minute. After this period, Yello became rather hard edged with Flag and Zebra (my least favorite Yello releases). Lately, they have recovered some of the creative beauty they displayed on Stella.
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Format: Audio CD
OH YEAH!!! It was THIS album that made me love Yello so much. Listen to it at night in your car, (hopefully you have Infinity speakers), and crank it up. It's a great driving CD. FIVE STARS! OH YEAH! :)
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Format: Audio CD
This cd is like holding gold in your hands. Once it is put in your cd, your mind will drift to a place where dreams can come freely and joyfully. I remember buying this in 85 and thinking how great it was. Sixteen years later -- I am still thinking the same thing. How many bands can you name like that? Not many. The synths on this cd are great, and the singing matches the greatness. Hardly anything can match a song like "Let Me Cry." One can try in vain to find something, but it will take a lifetime. Priceless.
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With their monster hit 'Oh Yeah' Yello became a standard for wich all future electronic music has been measured. But they have so much more to offer than just a hit single. In this album, Yello explores many styles of music, from multi vocal harmonies, to the scream as a musical instrument, Stella has it all. "Sometimes I wish it would hurt" You will be amazed, as Yello leads you through an emotional journey into your soul. This disc has been a favorite of mine since its release in 1985.
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