The latest commercial released by Karl Rove’s conservative Super PAC, American Crossroads, appears to sample from the 80’s Electronica hit, “Oh yeah” — a song that was immortalized at the end of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
BuzzFeed reached out to Deiter Meier — the lead singer of the Swiss band, Yello (pictured above) that was behind the 80’s smash — but received no response.
We’ll update if we hear back. In the mean time, watch this video and see if you catch the Yello homage.
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