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Point

Yello

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1.1
Waba Duba
Yello; Dieter Meier
3:07
1.2
The Vanishing Of Peter Strong
Yello; Dieter Meier
3:22
1.3
Way Down
Yello; Dieter Meier; Boris Blank
3:19
1.4
Out Of Sight
Yello; Dieter Meier
3:03
1.5
Arthur Spark
Yello; Boris Blank
3:35
1.6
Big Boy's Blues
Yello; Dieter Meier; Jeremy Baer
3:27
1.7
Basic Avenue
Yello; Boris Blank
2:55
1.8
Core Shift
Yello; Dieter Meier
3:00
1.9
Spinning My Mind
Yello; Dieter Meier
3:19
1.10
Hot Pan
Yello; Dieter Meier
3:17
1.11
Rush For Joe
Yello
3:25
1.12
Siren Singing (feat. Fifi Rong)
Yello; Fifi Rong
3:43
Total Playing Time    39:32
Undeniably unique and inspirational to generations of DJs and producers, Swiss electronic pioneers Yello return with their 14th studio album, Point. Musically, Point takes the classic Yello sound of records like Stella, One Second and Flag and twists it into something ultra-modern. It’s part spy film, part Dali-painting, part strobe lit dance floor, part 4D car chase and part deep space torch song. It’s Yello, absolutely on point.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Polydor Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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