Yello - Zebra (1994) [Japanese Ed.]
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Nippon Phonogram Co., Ltd. | PHCR-1274
Electronic, Synth-pop, New Wave, Future Jazz
Zebra is the eighth studio album by the electronica Swiss band Yello. The record was released on 17 October 1994 through 4th & B'way and Mercury labels. By the 1990s, Yello was still churning out a number of albums; though the experimental synth effects had long become passé and Yello was becoming more mainstream, Blank and Meier continued to find success throughout the world, even though U.S. success was limited to the dancefloor. 1994's Zebra found Yello continuing with its signature sound of combining Latin rhythms, Meier's distinctive vocal approach, and contemporary dancefloor tastes. Yello began to incorporate house music into its sound; the energetic single "Do It" exemplifies this approach. Yello's sense of humor is still intact on Zebra, especially on the faux-Latin-jazz tune "How How." "Tremendous Pain" and "Move Dance Be Born" are also effective dancefloor fillers.