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DRAMA

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

3.74 | 1166 ratings

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Luc
5 stars O Yes!

One of the first albums I bought on cd, back in 1988 or so. I did'nt really like it because at home I found out Anderson was'nt singing on it. But I was very wrong! In later years I started playing it and liking it a lot. It is now the Yes album I play the most. What I really like about it is it agressivnes in some parts like in the opening track. Great guitar riff! Steve Howe was really inspired during the making of this album. Also Alan White is laying down great parts. And than there is the lacking of Wakeman's tweedeldeedee crazy keyboard parts I really appreciate. I am no fan of his playing at all. Downes does is in a much better way accoring to me. And than the singer. Well it's no Anderson, ok. But eventhough I love his voice, I never liked Andersons lyrics. Also a reason I like this album. And I think they covers up Andersons departure by adding even more harmonies of Squire and Howe. No weaker tracks: a prog masterpiece.

Luc | 5/5 |

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