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The Prognaut
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1 stars Bill BRUFORD... where were you when all this happened??? Can't believe this is the same band. One of the worse albums ever! not only through prog rock history, I mean EVER! For you people out there, if you feel like keeping a good memory of the good old YES, stay away from this 80's nightmare. There's definitely no cohesion, there's a relevant lack of commitment on the songwriting, like the surrounding ambient didn't matter at all. And if it weren't enough, the arrangements are definitely the resemblance of that irremediable detachment YES suffered right after the seventies. Ridiculously, the essence of the English band gets severely exposed, letting too much to think about this 1983 production. Not that it's of any relevance at this point, but "90125", released more than two years after YES' initial disbanding, is the group's eleventh studio LP and fifteenth overall. The title refers to the album's number in the Atlantic Records catalog.
The Prognaut | 1/5 |


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