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Yello — Lost Again
Album: Essential
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Total ratings: 226









Released: 1993
Length: 4:27
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I told you lady
Take me for one day
Please don't ask any questions
You know I can stay

I wish the wind was cold
I wanna hold you baby hold
Only in your arms I'm lost
Don't look at me

I wish the wind was cold
I wanna hold you baby hold
Only in your arms I'm lost
Don't look at me

I know isn't this crazy
Let's have a last drink
Don't ask where I come from
And don't ask what I think
I leave you, lady
Full of desire to stay

I wish the wind was cold
I wanna hold you baby hold
Only in your arms I'm lost
Don't look at me

I told you
Take me for one day
Don't ask any questions
You know I can stay

I wish the wind was cold
I wanna hold you baby hold
Only in your arms I'm lost
Don't look at me

I wish the wind was cold
I wanna hold you baby hold
Only in your arms I'm lost
Don't look at me

I wish the wind was cold
I wanna hold you baby hold
Only in your arms I'm lost
Don't look at me

I wish the wind was cold
I wanna hold you baby hold
Only in your arms I'm lost
Don't look at me
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Nice to hear this for a change on RP!
 jadewahoo wrote:
While not at all one of the better Yello pieces (for that, check out Yello: One Second, especially Moon on Ice and The Rhythm Divine, the latter with Shirley Bassey singing), still, it is good to hear Yello on RP.

*edit*
Here is The Rhythm Divine:



Bond, James Bond
 


What was a really promising morning has turned into an afternoon of utter crap.
Echos of Queen's Radio Ga Ga. Which came first?
While not at all one of the better Yello pieces (for that, check out Yello: One Second, especially Moon on Ice and The Rhythm Divine, the latter with Shirley Bassey singing), still, it is good to hear Yello on RP.

*edit*
Here is The Rhythm Divine:



"Gummi bear?  They've been in my pocket, so they're all soft and warm."

I listen to RP to keep from getting in a musical rut.  But this I can live without.   

I'd take off my headphones, but it seems like every time I take em off, I miss a great string of songs.  Arg.
rtrudeau wrote:
I don't understand this music or most of these comments. Sh*t, I'm old. Sigh.
Actually, this song is from the 80's... how old are you?!
rtrudeau wrote:
I don't understand this music or most of these comments. Sh*t, I'm old. Sigh.
Yes, let's get out of here, friend. I'll treat you to a Fresca.
Unt for zeir next albumb zaa vilst do "Sprocket."
I don't understand this music or most of these comments. Sh*t, I'm old. Sigh.
prickelpit96 wrote:
Too much esoteric pharmaceuticals I guess. Now you're lost in the timeline of music.
...to be sure!
esotericderek wrote:
Yello was always so...derivative. This sounds like Clan of Xymox. Still, this does bring back memories of Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
Too much esoteric pharmaceuticals I guess. Now you're lost in the timeline of music.
esotericderek wrote:
Yello was always so...derivative. This sounds like Clan of Xymox. Still, this does bring back memories of Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
Clan of Xymox? Whose first album was released in 1985...? Yello's fourth album "Stella" (their creative peak) was released in the same year. Sorry to nitpick, but...
Strange bunch, these guys, not to everyones' taste, to be sure. Much of their earlier music still holds up well today though,(bearing in mind the kind of equipment then available), which is its own compliment really. Yello were/are truly in a field of one, strange, kooky, arty, funky, sleazy, internationalist, eurotrashy, oddball-eccentric, yet somehow sleekly sophisticated too, (just listen to "Planet Dada"!) Must have been that millionaire banking, professional poker(and golf!)playing, international playboy lifestyle, enjoyed by the singer Dieter Meier, whilst not in the studio! Unique... Check out the amazingly varied album "Stella" and the seamless mix "80-85: The Whole Mix in One Go", or for a more modern take, the compilation, all-star tribute (remixed) album "Hands On Yello", released in the 90's. They were pretty influential, at least as far as I'm concerned. A host of currently famous DJ's and musicians seem to agree. Enjoy with open ears!
Dire. Awful. Very annoying.
The Evening's Young.
suitep wrote:
Strange...there's a quality to this song that really hurts my ears. Sounds like marbles clicking together or something. Other than that, I like it.
I hear what you're talking about...double time clicks. It's these damn PC speakers....
I think Yello's music has aged better than a lot of the 80's dance music (which I adored).
Strange...there's a quality to this song that really hurts my ears. Sounds like marbles clicking together or something. Other than that, I like it.
esotericderek wrote:
Yello was always so...derivative. This sounds like Clan of Xymox. Still, this does bring back memories of Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
Yello is older than Clan of Xymox...
driver8 wrote: If'n it were a real Talbot or Bug it'd be a Big Oh Yeah !!! the Rinny gets an "oh yeah, that's cool".
great to hear yellow again. reminds me of carefree college days :chillpill: .
Now, we arrived at some nice electronic stuff... What about Kraftwerk, Klaus Schulze, Tangerine Dream as followers...? :ask:
It\'s like Super R-Type, but a song!
...nice!..
About time we heard something more edgy, scratchy, and non-melodic. Shake things up a bit.
:propeller:
B-Movie homage to Eno's 2nd, 7th & 9th ambiant albums?
where's my key-tar
dctrpunda wrote:
Is this one of the deleted tracks from the movie Metropolis? Getting different visuals now, Benny Hill women in spandex dancing, hair, so much hair, skinny dude with finger on his new Casio. Sweet Mary this is bad.
Hahah I wish I had a pocket version of you so I could pull you out every time I needed a witty statement. Pure genius!
Yello was always so...derivative. This sounds like Clan of Xymox. Still, this does bring back memories of Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
6 :bananajam:
dctrpunda wrote:
Is this one of the deleted tracks from the movie Metropolis? Getting different visuals now, Benny Hill women in spandex dancing, hair, so much hair, skinny dude with finger on his new Casio. Sweet Mary this is bad.
Excellent visuals, I am on board with those...
Great mood music.
This sounds like something the drag queen chef at work would play on his boombox. Not that there's anything wrong with it. :dancingbanana:
I absolutely love Yello... and this album of remixes is way too poor to be worthy. Please play from the originals! They are so-o-o much better.
Is this one of the deleted tracks from the movie Metropolis? Getting different visuals now, Benny Hill women in spandex dancing, hair, so much hair, skinny dude with finger on his new Casio. Sweet Mary this is bad.
:dancingbanana: cool
Man! You can tell YELLO from a mile away! 9.
Oh Yeah
Yay, Zurich's very own! Greets from Yello town.
This song reminds me of the background music in Raiders of the Lost Ark
trancey
:yes: I like the segue from OK GO - Maybe, This Time to this song. Bill's used it before, and I always like it. 4:10 pm - Yello - Lost Again 4:07 pm - OK Go - Maybe, This Time
fishy1 wrote:
Planes, Trains & Automobiles? ok, go.
Ahhh, that is where it is from!!!
Nice...I like this!
I keep hearing echoes of Leonard Cohen's smouldering rasp in this.
:cool:
Thanks for playing more Yello! They are timeless, really. So original.
click for info/purchase The reviews here say that the originals were better! I'm not sure that's true across the board. It'd be nice to have both mixes on the RP playlist. :propeller: For now, it's cool to have more Yello! :yes: Oh, yeah: One of those reviews say that "Flag" is the one to get. "Flag" is darn good, but I would have picked "You Gotta Say Yes to Another Excess" or "Solid Pleasure".
OH YEAH!!!
I'm digging the increased Yello airplay these days.
I can picture this being played in some dry-ice filled industrial complex style nightclub. Das is sum gud tekno funk. And yet, I like it. It's freaking me out quite frankly.
Lots of good Yello tunes to be had - this one is not one of the better ones in my opinion. Was a big Yello fan for quite some time in my youth.
:cool:
Planes, Trains & Automobiles? ok, go.
Pyro wrote:
I've always loved Yello, and it's nice to hear something besides "Oh, Yeah"! That said, I would like to hear the original...this is a remix.
It's from "80-85 The New Mix In One Go" I'm impressed how short the time was from upload to airplay. :mrgreen: BTW: Desire is also added.
Not the best song to convince my students to listen to Radioparadise.
acceptable, +1 for weirdness 5! :fire:
I got to say this really rots! :frustrated: How anoying can you get?
I've always loved Yello, and it's nice to hear something besides "Oh, Yeah"! That said, I would like to hear the original...this is a remix.
One of my favorites