"Oh Yeah" is a single released in 1985 by the Swiss band Yello and featured on their album Stella. It reached No. 51 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in 1987.
The song features a mix of electronic music and manipulated vocals. The song gained popularity after being featured in the film Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Its 1987 re-released version features the extra lyrics: "such a good time / a really good time".
Writing about the use of the song in 1986's Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Jonathan Bernstein said, "Never a hit, this slice of Swiss-made tomfoolery with its varispeed vocal effects and driving percussion was first used by John Hughes to illustrate the mouthwatering must-haveness of Cameron's dad's Ferrari. Since then, it has become synonymous with avarice. Every time a movie, TV show or commercial wants to underline the jaw-dropping impact of a hot babe or sleek auto, that synth-drum starts popping and that deep voice rumbles, 'Oh yeah . . .'". Examples include: