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Audio CD, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks, August 26, 2003
Vinyl, Original recording remastered, November 17, 2009
|1. The Gates Of Delirium|
|2. Sound Chaser|
|3. To Be Over|
|4. Soon (Single Edit)|
|5. Sound Chaser (Single Edit)|
|6. The Gates Of Delirium (Studio Run-Through)|
“Relayer” is perhaps one of Yes' most representative works of the 1970's progressive years, due to the complexity of the songs, the musicianship provided by each member and, of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ivan Howe The Great
A great album from a great band. 3 progressive rock tracks that stand the test of time. Although Close to the Edge is a better album, this one is still pretty good.Published 1 month ago by buddy
"...we had so much happening musically and sonically, we needed surround sound to realise the concept. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John H. McCarthy
This is my second most favorite album from Yes, 1st being Close to the Edge. This album has a new keyboard player, Pat Moraz, witch may be why some people don't like this album. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John R. Allen
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|Is this the best YES album?||
This is easily their greatest accomplishment.
This one takes a bit longer to seep into your brain,
but it's worth the effort.
Gates of Delirium is the finest Progressive Rock track of the 1970's.
Nov 9, 2007 by charlieheston | See all 22 posts