Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Dance & Electronic, World Music, Pop
Foreign edition of their 1997 album with the single 'To The Sea' added as a bonus track. 11 tracks total. A Mercury Reocrds release. Color picture CD. The album finds the German duo of Dieter Meier & Boris Blank mixing ast... more »
Foreign edition of their 1997 album with the single 'To The Sea' added as a bonus track. 11 tracks total. A Mercury Reocrds release. Color picture CD. The album finds the German duo of Dieter Meier & Boris Blank mixing astro- psychedelia a la The Moody Blues with the modern electronic surroundings of drum 'n' bass rhythms.
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For Yello fans and newcomers alike
TBo | Chicago | 11/10/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Yello has been chugging along consistently ever since their debut on Ralph Records with Solid Pleasure. They have been setting the standard for audio mixing and production ever since. This recording moves into some new territory for Yello with regard to composition, but the production is mind-boggling. They just keep getting better at producing sounds that vibrate holographically. This is a great recording for newcomers to the group. Lots of seductive high energy dance grooves and lots of different moods.....and a sense of humor!"
This is the benchmark to all things techno!
Dreux Donelan | NY | 07/16/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I resisted buying this at first. Priced high, and heck - what could compare to Flag or One Second anyway? After 3 or 4 listens, it started to sink in and finally it blew me away! (and still does).Unfortunately, it makes the "Old School" Yello seem dated by comparison, so be forewarned...If you like any of the later Yello (ie. Zebra), this is the best of them all. It's what I judge all other electro/techno music by. The tracks are great, and yet so cleanly mastered, you can play it louder than most albums without audible distortion.
A must! Beg, borrow or buy one used if you have to..."
Criminally ignored duo make music for aliens,HUMANS TAKE NOT
Jim Reed | New York | 02/02/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Known by most listeners for their 80's hit Oh Yeah this group has been making cool creative music for years and Pocket Universe is no exception.After a brief introduction about the big bang and aliens the cd launches into sci-fi dance club heaven.Dieter Meier's vocals blend with throbbing beats,quirky touches,catchy melodies all climaxing with the spastic heart attack inducing Resistor.Like most of Yello's music it's not quite normal but given all the bland dance tunes around nowadays that's a good thing."