Yello ‎– One Second

Label:
Mercury ‎– 832 675-1 Q-1, Mercury ‎– 422 832 675-1 Q-1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:
Released:
Genre:
Style:

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 La Habanera 5:10
A2 Moon On Ice
Vocals, Lyrics By – Billy MacKenzie
4:12
A3 Call It Love 5:05
A4 Le Secret Farida
Vocals – Farida
3:17
A5 Hawaiian Chance 4:18
B1 The Rhythm Divine
Lyrics By – Billy MacKenzieVocals – Shirley Bassey
4:10
B2 Santiago
Vocals – Santiago Alfonso
5:48
B3 Goldrush 4:20
B4 Oh Yeah 3:05
B5 Dr Van Steiner
Vocals, Lyrics By – Rush Winters
4:18
B6 Si Senor The Hairy Grill 4:48

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

The catalog number is printed as 832 675-1 Q-1 on the spine, and as 422 832 675-1 Q-1 on the centre labels.

℗ 1987 Phonogram GmbH, Hamburg / 1987 Warner Bros.
Printed in the U.S.A.

Label:
Stereo
Side A / Side B
49

Similar US release exists One Second which has Stereo Side1 33 1/3 RPM on label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 042283267510
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): [SRC stamp] 422-832-675-1-A-S-SP MASTERDISK 1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): [SRC stamp] 422-832-675-1-BS-SP MASTERDISK 1-1
  • Other (Manufacturing Plant ID): 49
  • Other (Code on sleeve reverse, bottom right corner): 0704

Other Versions (5 of 69) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
830 956-1 Yello One Second(LP, Album) Mercury 830 956-1 Germany 1987 Sell This Version
830 956-4 Yello One Second(Cass, Album) Mercury 830 956-4 Germany 1987 Sell This Version
830 956-4 Yello One Second(Cass, Album) Mercury 830 956-4 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
06024 9830758 Yello One Second(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig) Vertigo, Universal Music 06024 9830758 Europe 2005 Sell This Version
832 675-1 Q-1, 422 832-675-1 Q-1 Yello One Second(LP, Album) Mercury, Mercury 832 675-1 Q-1, 422 832-675-1 Q-1 US 1987 Sell This Version

Recommendations

Reviews

Add Review

jazzliscious

jazzliscious

February 10, 2004

In this day of "pretend" innovations like adding a kick drum to an existing '80s track like "I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)" by Hall and Oates or grafting a bunch of noise together and calling yourself a "producer", one may wonder how innovative an '80s band could possibly be - but rest you assured, friends, Yello is a thousand times more innovative than any of today's "pretenducers"! I say it all the time, but hey - truth is truth - innovation is DEAD in today's electronic landscape. There may a handful of well-produced tracks coming out every few months or so, but none match the level of sheer invention that Yello was coming up with in the 1980s. You simply must check out this album if you want to hear sounds (and/or "songs") that are as fresh now as they were in 1987! These tracks could just as well have been just released. This album is timeless in many ways, and the musicianship of these guys never goes out of style. This rates a fifty on a scale of one to ten, and that's conservative. Did I mention the element of variety? Several styles ranging from light and airy to hard and pounding are explored, and all done remarkably well. If you want a taste of something larger than life and completely timeless and well, perfect(?) - give this album a listen! One of the best of all time for many many reasons. Do check it out!