This was my first Yello album, and you should make it yours too. And even if you have some of the standard Yello albums, you should still consider it. It includes all of the best tracks from the groups first three or four albums, but several of them are the far superior versions that have come from editing the 12" mix single versions. Yello were quite an experimental synth group, so the regular albums have great ides and production, but the songs can be rather arrhythmic at times. However on the 12" single releases the duo push for a more commercial/danceable sound. And for me that makes them better! So, you get the fantastic souped up madness of "PinBall Cha Cha" and "Vicious Games" and "I Love You", etc. instead of the limper album versions. The collection focuses on the singles, but includes the more accessible album tracks, like "Angel No" (using female vocals - Rush Winters - is another aspect I like), "Domingo" and of course the collection includes the rather more famous "Oh Yeah" as well.
Some of the songs are mixed together, which put me off a bit, but its not the case with the whole album. Still, the versions here are not as long as the original vinyl versions - the original 12" of "Vicious Games" is nearly 7 minutes long - but all the edits are done well, and anyway, the selection is miles better then the so-called "Essential Yello" album, which has too many lame singles from the later years. Personally I think Yello peaked by the time they released "One Second" in 1987 (sadly too late too have anything featured on here).
Anyone interested in Yello should most certainly buy this album, as it's well worth the price, and treasure it. The only way I would replace this would be with an album called "Yello - The Full 12" mixes 80 to 85"...that would be awesome.