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Favorite song from "The Eye"

Posted: Mon Apr 19, 2004 2:16 pm
by JonKamm
Tiger Dust is my favorite. It's the most Yello sounding track on the album.
But I also like Akufen's Planet Dada (Flamboyant) and Star Breath

Posted: Mon Apr 19, 2004 8:21 pm
by Gr3g
Time Palace

Posted: Tue Sep 07, 2004 5:30 am
by Dreamer
"The Eye" was a disappointment to me. As I already had "Flag" and "New Mix 80-85" albums, I thought Yellos new album was the same kind. But no, it sounded completely different. When did they change their style? But luckily after that I got "Baby" and that was again that kind Yello I wanted to hear!

I haven't listened to "The Eye" much yet, but at least "Tiger Dust" was somewhat groovy so I picked that.

Posted: Wed Aug 10, 2005 5:47 pm
by Trillian-Arno-
I think The Eye is more Yello than Pocket Universe or Motion Picture.
Also both good albums but The Eye for me just a bit more Yello.I hope the next album that Dieter 'll do a bit more vocals.

Posted: Tue Sep 12, 2006 6:41 pm
by The Slaught
I listen to The Eye mostly every week & some songs from it became sort of my personal soundtrack.
Hipster Delay & Bouganville (the best instrumentals)
Unreal (the best song)

Posted: Sat Feb 23, 2008 3:10 pm
by JJ Naas
Soul On Ice. Well, it had to be one of the very few Dieter Meier tracks on the album.. there was too little Dieter here, even though the songs were generally good.

Posted: Thu Jun 04, 2009 7:18 pm
by Bjossi
Soul on Ice is my favorite, atmospheric and has a great intro piece. Other songs that I thought were good are Planet Dada, Nervous, Don Turbulento, Tiger Dust, Distant Solution and Star Breath. I could probably add more to the list when I listen some more (the songs that give good first impression get the most plays, hehe),

Two things though:
* Needs more Dieter. The guest vocalist gets more time on the album than Dieter himself.

* Not liking the new sound very much. Some of the tracks sound a tad too "computery", especially Planet Dada. But this is just my first listen so I bet I will learn to appreciate the new sound as I listen more and more to it.

But despite these two bits it is a highly enjoyable album from a highly talented artist, and the Yello sound is still there, most apparent in Tiger Dust in my opinion, which is my 2nd favorite song. ;)