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RELAYER

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

4.36 | 1988 ratings

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aqualung71
5 stars When I listened this album, i was not fan of the progressive rock. I was listen Sex Pistols, The Clash... Well all punk music, but wen this album came to my ears, open mi mind to anothers styles of music. Of course i was made an impression by the guitar of Howe, the drums of Alan Withe, Squire's bass, and Moraz's keyboard. I not talk about of the voice of Anderson (it is of saying more than that voice is gorgeous). This album mixes tree styles of my taste: Jazz (Sound chaser, Alan Withe is a exelent drummer of jazz, Squire makes a good base of rithym, the improvisation of Howe makes a beautiful piece of Jazz) Rock (well i say: Yes got Rock 'N' Roll, if you think not, listen Yes Album) Lyrics (The lyrics of Yes, deep, a little too much of philosophy, a bit of critic to the human race and social-political) Well This album, the drawings of the front, the music, the titles (gates of delirium, jejeje), everything makes this album perfect. But it's more than perfect it's celestial. Is one of my fovourite albums, of course this album i listen always alone in my pioneer of the 71. I recomend this album, it's really shockin'.
aqualung71 | 5/5 |

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