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Toy (Deluxe Edition)

Yello

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1
Frautonium Intro
Yello
1:10
2
Limbo
Yello
3:22
3
30'000 Days
Yello
4:05
4
Electrified II
Yello
2:50
5
Cold Flame (feat. Malia)
Yello; Malia
4:02
6
Kiss The Cloud (feat. Fifi Rong)
Yello; Fifi Rong
3:14
7
Starlight Scene
Yello
3:17
8
Tool Of Love
Yello
3:12
9
Give You The World (feat. Malia)
Yello; Malia
3:32
10
Dialectical Kid
Yello
3:18
11
Dark Side
Yello
4:15
12
Pacific AM
Yello
3:23
13
Blue Biscuit
Yello
3:36
14
Lost In Motion (feat. Fifi Rong)
Yello; Fifi Rong
3:32
15
Magma
Yello
6:27
16
Toy Square
Yello
3:08
17
Frautonium
Yello
4:21
Total Playing Time    60:44
Yello's first official album in over six years, Toy is described by the band as "a return to the roots of Yello, liquid techno, continental torch songs and myriad gleaming points in between, unmistakably the sound of Dieter Meier and Boris Blank gleefully working at the top of their game." The Swiss duo is joined on two tracks by Chinese vocalist Fifi Rong while Malawian singer Malia is featured on two other numbers. This deluxe edition contains three bonus tracks.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Yello Studio Masters

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