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2.26 | 253 ratings

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2 stars Well, this is one hell of a strange live album. And what makes it more strange is that it is a Yes live album (the band whose two previous live albums are quite good, influential, and above all, well, long) that clocks in at around 34 minutes. However, the length doesn't really matter. What matters here is that it sounds like a Trevor Rabin solo live album, and not that much like a Yes live album. Featuring just two tracks from '90125', a couple of renditions of older tracks, and one really interesting medley that is probably the only thing worth hearing here. The track list is indeed quite strange, and I don't feel like this is a fantastic live album. Sounds more like something die-hard fans would have (and, of course, enjoy). For my taste, it is an album I really would not care about.
NickCrimsonII | 2/5 |


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