Yeah, Whatever

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Yeah, Whatever
Yeah, Whatever.jpg
Studio album by Moev
Released 1988, 1989 (US CD release)
Recorded 1987-1988
Genre Electronic, Industrial
Length 36:26
Label Nettwerk, Atlantic
Moev chronology
Dusk and Desire
Yeah, Whatever
Head Down

Yeah, Whatever is the third album by electronic music artist Moev released in 1988. It was the first one to feature vocalist Dean Russell, whose obscure and uneasy lyrics made the record darker than the previous ones. It spawned a hit single "Crucify Me".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Yeah, Whatever"
  2. "Slide"
  3. "Sentencing"
  4. "Wanting"
  5. "Crucify Me"
  6. "Right Hand Of God"
  7. "Open Mind"
  8. "Capital Heaven"
  9. "Yeah, Whatever (12" Version)"
  10. "Crucify Me (12" Version)"
  11. "Capital Heaven (12" Version)"
  12. "Wanting (12" Version)"