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Symphonic Prog

3.28 | 1060 ratings

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2 stars This is not near as bad as some might make it out to be. No, it's not one of Yes's greatest, but it's much better than it might appear and still a quality record. I like a lot of different parts from it, and the "life" of the band is still really there, Squire's bass. He more or less defines the Yes sound and gives it that appeal, the other players merely added to that touch.

There is still much to enjoy here; the orchestration isn't bad, and some of the songs are still signature classics. It's more rocking than prog, but I'm sure you can find some enjoyment out of it as I did. The first song and the title track were my personal favorites. A nice addition, especially if you are a Yes collector.

OpethGuitarist | 2/5 |


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