Happy Mondays ‎– ...Yes Please!

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Factory ‎– FACT 420
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A1 Stinkin Thinkin 4:18
A2 Monkey In The Family 4:41
A3 Sunshine & Love 4:46
A4 Dustman 3:44
A5 Angel 5:51
B1 Cut 'Em Loose Bruce
Vocals [Additional] – Kermit (2)
4:26
B2 Theme From Netto 4:13
B3 Love Child 5:12
B4 Total Ringo 3:38
B5 Cowboy Dave 5:06

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Recorded and assisted at Blue Wave Studio, St. Philip, Barbados, and at Comfort's Place Studio, Lingfield, Surrey, U.K.
Mixed and assisted at Axis Studios, New York City.
Mastered at Masterdisk, New York City.
℗ 1992 Factory Communications Ltd.
© 1992 Factory Communications Ltd.

Issued with a black & white, single-sided, 10" x 10" letter fold lyrics insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 016839 304207
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout - etched): FACT-420-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout - etched): FACT-420-B

Other Versions (5 of 26) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
520 026-1 Happy Mondays ...Yes Please!(LP, Album) London Records, Factory 520 026-1 Spain 1992 Sell This Version
520 026-2 Happy Mondays ...Yes Please!(CD, Album) London Records, Factory 520 026-2 Europe 1992 Sell This Version
POCD-1095 Happy Mondays ...Yes Please!(CD, Album, Promo) Factory, London Records POCD-1095 Japan 1992 Sell This Version
CD 61391 Happy Mondays ...Yes Please!(CD, Album) Elektra CD 61391 Canada 1992 Sell This Version
520 026-1 Happy Mondays ...Yes Please!(LP, Album) London Records, Factory 520 026-1 Europe 1992 Sell This Version

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Als-Records

Als-Records

December 8, 2016
Two absolutly brilliant tracks. This is a positive review. 10
bargainvinyl1

bargainvinyl1

August 7, 2016
Yes Please! was the last studio album that the British band Happy Mondays recorded before leaving Factory Records.It was released in 1992 and was produced by Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth of Talking Heads. The album is most famous for allegedly driving independent label Factory Records to bankruptcy, having cost too much to record.