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2.97 | 1439 ratings

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Eetu Pellonpaa
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1 stars This disco pop rock album brought Yes lots of commercial success, but the line-up with Trevor Rabin did not create in my opinion anything successful in the field of art music. I believe this album was produced well and the songs probably please many people, but do not bring redemption to the deeper needs of mystic hungry mind through it's aural possibilities. I documented the era started by this release with an unofficial live triple vinyl, which I found from a flea market, wrapped up to appropriate Boris Vallejo album ripoff covers. And I confess danced awkwardly to the hit song on this at a local teenager drunk discohall. For myslef better to stick pre 1980's albums, but I'm happy for anybody liking this album; the amount of joy brought for mankind matters more than it's compactibility to my own personal tastes.
Eetu Pellonpaa | 1/5 |


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