Yello Famous Quotes & Sayings

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8 Yello Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Yello Sayings By Margaret Cho: Your goal is to write that masterpiece. Yello's masterpiece was "Oh Yeah." Whatever I say Your goal is to write that masterpiece. Yello's masterpiece was "Oh Yeah." Whatever I say about the song doesn't matter, because it has a huge impact on how we remember the era. — Margaret Cho
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Yello Sayings By Christine Brodien-Jones: Zoe was wearing a yello batik cotton dress, her typewriter keys bracelet, plaid sneakers, and Zoe was wearing a yello batik cotton dress, her typewriter keys bracelet, plaid sneakers, and glitter in her hair, in honor of meeting such a luminous personality as Bronwyn Gilwen. — Christine Brodien-Jones
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Yello Sayings By Margaret Cho: Like the Birth Of Venus, the song [Yello "oh, Yeah"] denotes the birth of the Like the Birth Of Venus, the song [Yello "oh, Yeah"] denotes the birth of the bro. The song just reminds me of bros looking out over lowered Ray-Bans. It birthed a negative sexual revolution. I was going to a lot of bondage clubs at the time and they did play this song. The song I associate more is that horrible Enigma song with the Gregorian chant. There's something good buried in that song and I might not hate it as much if I hadn't been a sex worker. — Margaret Cho
Yello Sayings By Deyth Banger: Looked from different aspects hate just cause more problems it doesn't solve. I hate dogs, Looked from different aspects hate just cause more problems it doesn't solve. I hate dogs, I hate black people, I hate yellow people, I hate this person, I hate my father, I hate my mother. And in the end what happens??
It gets even more worse, what are you planning better life or a worse life - that's my question?! — Deyth Banger
Yello Sayings By Logan Marshall-Green: I just always wanted to be a baseball announcer. I'm a huge Mets fan, and I just always wanted to be a baseball announcer. I'm a huge Mets fan, and I wanted to be the next Bob Murphy. As far as careers go, that was the first career that I really thought about. Well, before that, I wanted to be a Mello Yello truck driver. — Logan Marshall-Green
Yello Sayings By Margaret Cho: I feel like this song [Yello, "Oh Yeah"] was probably done in a couple of I feel like this song [Yello, "Oh Yeah"] was probably done in a couple of minutes in a studio. There was probably no thought behind it; they were just playing with some samples and threw it together. I feel like there's no dream behind the song. Usually there's a dream or some kind of passion attached to a song. This song feels very empty. It made a lot of money for the songwriters but at the expense of culture. — Margaret Cho
Yello Sayings By Margaret Cho: You didn't hear Yello until later in the night in the bondage clubs. Things would You didn't hear Yello until later in the night in the bondage clubs. Things would start getting crazy and that's when you'd hear Yello. It was bad. — Margaret Cho
Yello Sayings By Margaret Cho: It's completely unsexy [Yello, "Oh Yeah" 1985]. It does capture that weird '80s materialism and It's completely unsexy [Yello, "Oh Yeah" 1985]. It does capture that weird '80s materialism and "We're gonna get it on now" vibe. But it's a very juvenile approach. It also became a weird signal for comedy, in the sense that when you heard the song, it meant comedy was happening on screen. I feel like this song was probably done in a couple of minutes in a studio. — Margaret Cho