Yello ‎– Planet Dada

Motor ‎– 06024 9813515 (0)
CD, Maxi-Single

Companies, etc.



Tracks 2 and 5 reworked and mixed at Elektroraum, Berlin.
Track 6 remixed for 1st Decade Records.

All songs published by Warner/Chappell Music GmbH, in association with Axxis Musikverlag GmbH.

New album: Yello The Eye".

Insert and disc imprint:
℗ & © 2003 Motor / Urban / Def Jam Group, a division of Universal Music GmbH
Made in the EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 602498 135150
  • Barcode (Scanned, UPC-A): 602498135150
  • Matrix / Runout (Glass master, all variants): 06024 981 351-5 01 ✳ 51438454
  • Matrix / Runout (Mould text, all variants): A MADE IN GERMANY BY UNIVERSAL M & L
  • Mastering SID Code (All variants): IFPI LV26
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 0113
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0118
  • Label Code: LC 04909
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
06024 9813714 (7), 06024 981 371 4 (7) Yello Planet Dada(CD, Maxi, M/Print) Motor, Motor 06024 9813714 (7), 06024 981 371 4 (7) Switzerland 2003 Sell This Version
981 102 1 Yello The Race 2003(12") Motor 981 102 1 Europe 2003 Sell This Version
none Yello The Race 2003 / Planet Dada(CD, Single, Promo) Motor none Germany 2003 Sell This Version
none Yello Planet Dada(CDr, Maxi, Ltd, Promo, Unofficial, Car) Music Planet (2) none Ukraine 2008 Sell This Version



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April 16, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
Yello's back! And so are they ever! ...After the last few records, they decided to re-invent themselves...eventhough it's slightly following the "electro" trend we are hearing everywhere else for the last 5 years (although it's a bit unfair to claim they are following this trend, when they were among the few who previously co-owned and contributed to this sound in the early eighties) at least it's not following the trance-mode they were living up to which everyone else killed in the nineties...but honestly, Yello had the right idea with what they did with trance music on albums such as "Zebra" and "Pocket Universe"...they were making it theatrical, with the break times, and vivid lyrics...easily songs that could have been used for films, or could have been short films themselves.

"Planet Dada" is self-explanatory...abstract music made for abstract minds...ironically, with the vocoders, and electro-friendly drum sounds a lot more like the Yello more people are familiar with from the eighties...almost as if it's a homage to it.