YELLO Baby LP

YELLO Baby LP

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RELEASE DATE JULY 9 2021

To mark the 40th anniversary of Yello this year, a series of highly sought after classics will be re-released on vinyl on July 9th, including the cult albums “Baby“, “Zebra“, “Pocket Universe“, “Motion Picture“ and “The Eye“.

Not just interesting for collectors, but also a chance for Yello fans who would like to own the rare albums “Baby“ (1LP), “Zebra“ (1LP) and “Pocket Universe“ (2LP) on vinyl. As a special surprise, the two albums “Motion Picture“ (2LP) and “The Eye“ (2LP) will appear on vinyl for the first time. All pressed on 180g vinyl, with original artwork and an additional four-page booklet including liner notes, rare photos and limited to this one-time reissue edition.

 

BABY:
“Baby”, the seventh YELLO album, released in 1991, contains the classics “Rubberbandman” and “Jungle Bill” as well as the fan favourites “Capri Calling” and “Drive / Driven” and marks the musical bridge between the 80s and 90s for the dynamic duo Blank / Meier.

ZEBRA:
“Zebra”, the eighth YELLO album, released in 1994, contains the classic “Do It” as well as the fan favourites “How How” and “Tremendous Pain

POCKET UNIVERSE:
“Pocket Universe”, the ninth YELLO album, released in 1997, is certainly one of the most controversially discussed outputs of the Swiss electronic legend, as the overall sound here was very progressive for the time. From Techno via Trance to Ambient, a multifaceted palette of all possible electronic music varieties is covered.

MOTION PICTURE:
“Motion Picture”, the tenth YELLO album, released in 1999, contains fan favourites such as “Liquid Lies”, “Squeeze Please” and “Croissant Bleu”. In 2021 the album will now finally be released on vinyl for the very first time, as a 180g double LP in the original artwork with an additional four-page booklet including liner notes, rare photos and limited to a one-time reissue edition.

THE EYE:
“The Eye”, the eleventh YELLO album, released in 2003, contains fan favourites such as “Planet Dada”, “Tiger Dust” and “Indigo Bay”. In 2021 the album will now finally be released on vinyl for the very first time, as a 180g double LP in the original artwork with an additional four-page booklet including liner notes, rare photos and limited to a one-time reissue edition.