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Audio CD, Original recording reissued, July 23, 2002
|1. Themes: I Sound, II Second Attention, III Soul...|
|2. Fist Of Fire|
|3. Brother Of Mine: I The Big..., II Nothing...III...|
|5. The Meeting|
|6. Quartet: I Wanna Learn, II She Gives...III...IV...|
|8. Order Of The Universe: I Order Theme, II Rock...|
|9. Let's Pretend|
Highly recommended for any Anderson-era Yes fans.
It's pompous, creative, emotional, beutiful, interesting, powerful, it has a new approach and the musical skills of the members from the seventies Yes.
While many will listen and not enjoy it at this level in their first listening, it will grow on you if you give it the chance.
Timeless, intense and awesome. If you love Yes, you will love this album!Published 10 days ago by Jennifer McCollum
Politics aside, this album is basically Yes, but without Chris Squire. Okay, ALMOST Yes. Because of this, we're given the long-winded band name of Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Todd7
Legally it couldn't be called Yes, and that's probably legitimate, but it might as well be. Yes was splintering and sputtering at the time this came out. Read morePublished 3 months ago by R. Wilkinson
An excellent though often overlooked and under appreciated album that they should have allowed YES to put it's name on! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Crafty12player
Solid collection of tunes. If your new to Yes don't necessarily start here, start with Close to The Edge or Going For The One or 90125. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nathan Laing
Pathetic eighties junk with the overwhelming vulgar electronic drums sound so typical of that forgettable decade. Read morePublished 6 months ago by angel rodriguez