Blue Pro are the best and most economical Mastering House in the UK. In fact I’ve tried all of the big LA and New York houses and they beat them hands down for attention to detail and general value for money.

Mike Kintish

Mastered Works for The Yeah You’s:

‘Looking Through You’ (Album), ’15 Minutes’ (Single- (UK & French Version), ‘Getting Up With You’ (Single)

islandSigned to Universal Island in 2009 debut single “15 Minutes” was A-playlisted on BBC Radio Two, C-playlisted on BBC Radio One, featured on the soundtrack to the film Easy A, for end credits to Today At Wimbledon and for the opening segment of Hollyoaks and played at half time during the Champions League Final!

The album Looking Through You was released in September 2009, and was  BBC Radio 2’s ‘Album of The Week’ from 5 October 2009. The album was predominantly produced by Greg Wells, and co-produced by The Yeah You’s. Two tracks “If I Could” and “Carry Me Home” were produced by Phil Da Costa. All tracks were mixed by Mike ‘Spike’ Stent at Chalice Studios, LA, with the exception of “Carry Me Home” and ”


If I’d Only Said Hello” which were mixed by Chris Potter, and the bonus track “Life’s Forgotten Soldier”, which was mixed by John Webber at Blue Pro Studios.

The Yeah You’s have also been recorded a cover of Aswad’s classic ‘Shine’ for the Island Records 50th Anniversary album featuring Tinchy Stryder, supported The Script on tour, performed at the Isle of Wight festival and supported The Script in concert.