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3.29 | 1326 ratings

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4 stars I'll keep these reviews short and sweet as I not a very good reviewer. A great and much improved follow up two the last album. Don't be fooled by Steve Howe being on the Front Cover He Isn't On The Album. Again as last time the original line up Squire, Anderson, Bruford, Banks and Kaye. 'Sweet Dreams', 'Everydays' and 'No Opprtunity Neccessairy,No Experience Needed' are my favourite tracks on the album, but 'Astral Traveller' and 'Then' are also good tracks as well. This is the first time Yes uses an Orchestra in their music and in 1970 as well, let me show you what I mean: 1. Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother 2. Uriah Heep - Salisbury and 3. Deep Purple - Concerto. Do they ring any bells. Excellent Album, More Experimental than the last album. PS in the UKthe front album cover is different.
PROGMAN | 4/5 |


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