Yello - Neural Connections FLAC album
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Flag is the sixth studio album by Swiss electronic duo Yello, released in 1988. The Race" was used as a trailer for Eurosport, and the opening theme to the US quiz show It's Academic. An early cut of the album was used as the soundtrack for the film Nuns on the Run and is played during many of the chase scenes. All tracks written by Dieter Meier and Boris Blank.
One Second is Yello's fifth original studio album, having been preceded by a 'new mix' compilation the previous year. Released in 1987, the album is noteworthy for featuring both Billy MacKenzie and Shirley Bassey, the latter singing vocals on "The Rhythm Divine". The songs "Call It Love", "Si Senor The Hairy Grill", "Moon On Ice", "Hawaiian Chance" were used on episodes of Miami Vice and the song "Santiago" used as a sample from Dunya Yunis' "Abu Zeluf".
Yello is a Swiss electronic duo band consisting of Dieter Meier and Boris Blank. The band is known for their 1985 single "Oh Yeah" which featured in the films Ferris Bueller's Day Off, The Secret of My Success, American Pie Presents: The Book of Love, K-9, Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie, and as the theme song for the character Duffman on The Simpsons. Their 1988 single "The Race" peaked at number 7 on the UK Singles Chart, and was also featured in the film Nuns on the Run.
Yello's first official album in over six years, Toy is described by the band as "a return to the roots of Yello, liquid techno, continental torch songs and myriad gleaming points in between, unmistakably the sound of Dieter Meier and Boris Blank gleefully working at the top of their game. The Swiss duo is joined on two tracks by Chinese vocalist Fifi Rong while Malawian singer Malia is featured on two other numbers.
Neural connections (2016). From the album: Progressive Project. 9-twister ( echos part 4 ) pascal cormier.
Release Date 2017-05-11.
Students at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill bringing hands-on neuroscience activities out into the community. NC Gravity Games 2017.
If nothing else, the remix album "Hands on Yello" that was released in 1995, proved that Yello continues to influence following generations. Many big names from the golden techno years, like Moby, Westbam, The Orb, Mark Spoon or Carl Cox technofied their favourite songs by Yello - also to make clear that Yello is a significant part of their musical heritage as DJ's. Their unbroken originality is multifaceted and manifested itself in various projects such as three futuristic "virtual concerts" in Berlin, Zurich and Vienna, which sold out within hours and became first rate, memorable multimedia spectacles.