Happy Mondays...Yes Please!

Label:Factory – FACT 420
Vinyl, LP, Album
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Breaks, Indie Rock


A1Stinkin Thinkin
A2Monkey In The Family
A3Sunshine & Love
B6Cut 'Em Loose Bruce
Vocals [Additional]Kermit (2)
B7Theme From Netto
B8Love Child
B9Total Ringo
B10Cowboy Dave

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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 10 x 10 inch, black-and-white, single-sided, letter-fold lyrics insert.

Tracks are listed sequentially across sides A and B.

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 34)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
...Yes Please! (CD, Album)Elektra, Elektra, Factory, Factory9 61391-2, 61391-2US1992
...Yes Please! (Cassette, Album)FactoryFACT 420cUK1992
...Yes Please! (CD, Album)London Records, Factory520 026-2Europe1992
...Yes Please! (CD, Album)FactoryFACD 420UK1992
...Yes Please! (CD, Album)Elektra, FactoryCD 61391Canada1992


  • liersvlaaitje's avatar
    Edited one year ago
    Undeservedly dropped like a brick by the UK music press for something more trendy and new, as usual. This can maybe be best described as the Mondays coming down after the highs of their recent found fame, some truely strange production choices in a couple of songs imho, making them sound a bit awkward...but if you know the shape the group was in...many gems buried in there though and definitely evolving their style 😉
    It’s fairly obvious from a couple of songs Ryder wanted to move closer to the sound he later succesfully captured with Black Grape.
    • italo_boy's avatar
      Hello to everyone from destroyed by capitalists USSR circa 1992-1993! At the time I was a russian teenager on drugs and had this album on a cassette, when it had been realised. No any vinyls, CDs, just the tape and a Sony Walkman and stoned companies, no work, no any illusions...
      I remember I've been listened that everywhere I go for one or two years and it was my favourite Mondays album (okay, maybe Number 2 after the Pills), which was much better than the dull Republic. Years go by and now I'm clear for 10> years, have three children and normal family, but I still find this album really good with no weak songs. And - yes! - I think the producers team is right and this Carribean sound is still fresh in 2020.
      Peace for all and don't use drugs!
      • Als-Records's avatar
        Two absolutly brilliant tracks. This is a positive review. 10
        • bargainvinyl1's avatar
          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.



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