Yello in the charts.

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Perthguy
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Yello in the charts.

Postby Perthguy » Fri Mar 05, 2010 1:29 am

How's Yellos new CD going in the charts around the world. Of course in Australia it's doing nothing (wasn't even mentioned anywhere in Australia.) I heard it got to number 13 in Russia.
:D But "Oh Yeah 2009" and the oh six remixes could of been released, as Oh Yeah was big in Australia when it was released. I don't know why???
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Re: Yello in the charts.

Postby lexus7 » Fri Mar 05, 2010 2:55 am

Just like across the Tasman, here in New Zealand it's unheard and definitely has no presence in charts.
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Re: Yello in the charts.

Postby zaz965 » Fri Mar 05, 2010 8:17 am

Touch Yello is a respectable, unostentatious and self-assured record which will long hold on on (репите) at the present judges.


The newest Yello album Touch Yello went gold (500,000 units) in Russia.
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Re: Yello in the charts.

Postby zaz965 » Fri Mar 12, 2010 9:22 am

Six remixes. It is possible to consider that it is the first selection. Very much it would be desirable to hear criticism....
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Re: Yello in the charts.

Postby i_like_1981 » Wed Jun 02, 2010 3:53 pm

lexus7 wrote:Just like across the Tasman, here in New Zealand it's unheard and definitely has no presence in charts.


You see what I mean? Nobody pays attention to the decent music around that doesn't see the importance in just conforming to the crappy mainstream. All they want is the latest Avril Lavigne CD; 15 tracks of that stupid cow bitching about her boyfriend, screaming obscenities and practically asking for a fan of decent music to come and kill her. That's all people want to hear!

I'm not interested in music released after 1989 (from any band) so I wouldn't buy Yello's new CD even if it was over here in England. I'd stick to their 80's releases like Solid Pleasure (1980) and Claro Que Si (my year of birth and favourite year, 1981). But I haven't seen it. I heard it only got released over in Germany and Switzerland. Perhaps the Germans can handle originality unlike the people over here! Yeah, over here it's just about the mainstream!

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i_like_1981 (born 5 June 1981) was a man who knew and lived his life by the truth nobody else could face - the mainstream music of the 21st century was crap...
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Re: Yello in the charts.

Postby Cryptowen » Fri Jun 04, 2010 4:40 pm

i_like_1981 wrote:I'm not interested in music released after 1989 (from any band)


That seems rather drastic. Do you really think not a single piece of worthwhile music has been produced in the last 20 years?
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Re: Yello in the charts.

Postby zaz965 » Mon Jun 21, 2010 6:33 am

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