The Yellow

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The Yellow
The Yellow EP cover.jpg
EP by Lemon Jelly
Released 1999
Genre Electronica
Lemon Jelly chronology
The Bath
(1998)The Bath1998
The Yellow
The Midnight
(2000)The Midnight2000

The Yellow is the name of the second EP released by electronica duo Lemon Jelly, according to the insert of, on September 6, 1999. It was limited to 1,000 10" copies, the first 240 of which featured hand screen-printed sleeves. The tracks from the EP were later incorporated for more accessible listening into the critically acclaimed album. When the inner sleeve was pulled out, the Lemon Jelly logo appears briefly through a series of die-cut holes in the outer sleeve creating a piece of real world animation.[1]


From 1998 to 2000, Franglen and Deakin released three limited-circulation EPs (The Bath (1998), The Yellow (1999), and The Midnight (2000)), on their own label Impotent Fury.[2] The EPs were a critical success,[3] and led to the duo being signed to XL Recordings.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "His Majesty King Raam"
  2. "The Staunton Lick"
  3. "Homage to Patagonia"
  • "His Majesty King Raam" uses samples from "Evergreen", "Two for the Road", "Softly As I Leave You" and "The Greatest Gift" performed by Henry Mancini and his orchestra.
  • "The Staunton Lick" uses a sample from "Basic Plucking Of The Ballad Lick" performed by John Pearse, and the bass lick from "Midnight Rider" by The Allman Brothers Band.
  • "Homage to Patagonia" uses a sample from "Mas Que Nada" performed by Luiz Henrique.


See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Lemon Jelly – The Yellow EP". Fred Deakin. Retrieved 2015-08-17. 
  2. ^ a b "LEMON JELLY Lost Horizon". The Milk Factory. Retrieved 2010-08-18. 
  3. ^ Silverman, David (2002-11-20). "BBC - Music - Review of Lemon Jelly - Lost Horizons". BBC. Retrieved 2010-08-21.