New Mix in One Go

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New Mix in One Go

Postby Cryptowen » Sun Aug 03, 2008 6:54 pm

So, I've been buying the Yello albums in chronological order (Stella should be arriving in the mail some time next week), one every four months or so. Next up would be New Mix in One Go, but I've listened to some of the track samples & I can't really pick out a difference between them & the original versions. Is there actually a difference to warrant picking it up? Keep in mind that I've been buying the remasters & already have the extra tracks.
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Postby lexus7 » Sun Aug 03, 2008 10:37 pm

It IS worth of buying , 'Daily Disco' is very different on this cd, frankly it is my favourite version. Other tracks are great as well. :D
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Postby Cryptowen » Sun Aug 03, 2008 11:21 pm

Is it the version with Dieter narrating a story? That one is indeed quite different, but it's already on the Claro Que Si remaster. In any case, I probably will pick the album up anyway (at the same time I get One Second).
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Postby lexus7 » Sun Aug 03, 2008 11:54 pm

I'm not sure if it's the same as on the remaster, haven't got it yet. One second is a real treat, by many it is considered to be their supreme work.
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Postby JJ Naas » Tue Aug 12, 2008 10:58 am

It's worth buying although I'm not sure it'll keep you entertained as long as a regular album. I love the version of Lost Again on it.
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Postby finisterre » Tue Aug 12, 2008 3:58 pm

Essentially what you're getting, if you have all the remasters, is 5 mixes that appear nowhere else except maybe on extremely obscure b-sides. (If I did the math right).

Pinball Cha-Cha, among others, is completely remixed into an excellent version that sounds like it could be from around time of One Second, with giant Perez Prado-style horn bursts.

It has further remixes and a new track that used to be virtually - or entirely - unavailable elsewhere, but these are now bonuses on the remasters.

Check the discography http://www.discog.info/yello-discog.html

It's very meticulous about identifying mixes that appear on multiple releases, sometimes under different names or with unimportant minor edits, so I trust its accuracy.

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