Yello - Oh Yeah

Yello - Oh Yeah

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About

Oh Yeah is a single released by Swiss Electronic music group Yello for their album Stella in 1985.
It is known for having a erotic vibe throughout it's track and has gained popularity through usage in media.

Origin

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'Stella' Album Release

On 29 January 1985, the Yello members, Boris Blank and Dieter Meier first released their album Stella with Oh Yeah as one of their singles in Switzerland, Germany and Austria and then later in the US and UK in March the same following year. It is their first album after the departure of their member, who founded the group, Carlos Perón.

It was until 1987, a re-release version of Oh Yeah was made with extra lyrics, "Such a good time, a really good time…"

Popularity and Usage

Ferris Bueller's Day Off Ferrari Scene

The group Yello boosted in recognition after the usage of their song in the 1986 comedy movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off in a scene where Ferris borrows Cameron's father's rare 1961 Ferrari California and 1987 comedy movie The Secret of My Success in a scene of Brantley Foster getting seduced by Vera Pemrose in a limousine.
The usage helped make the song Oh Yeah reach No. 51 on the U.S Billboard Hot 100.

On the animated TV Show, The Simpsons, Oh Yeah is used as a theme song for the character Duffman.

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