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HIGHLIGHTS: THE VERY BEST OF YES

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

2.88 | 87 ratings

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memowakeman
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2 stars The very best of Yes, maybe commercially speaking.

First i reviewed Classic Yes which i consider a worth addition and a strong compillation album, on the other hand here we have a Best of released in the early 90s which of course contains some songs from the 80s, you know the band took a different direction in some albums, and incidentally they were probably the only of the big dinosaurs who had a great success in that era, despite the different and pop commercial oriented style of some songs.

This album is a nice compillation for those who want to take a trip to the different Yes eras, so you can listen to Time and a Word, Roundabout or Owner of a Lonely Heart, also a part of the amazing Gates of Delirium, in the edited part of soon. But here we dont have any of their true best songs, some of them are excellent of course, but as i said in my first line, i consider this is a The Best of, commercially speaking.

I once had this album, but didn't work for me so i sold it, my final grade here are 2 stars, recommended for Yes fans who want to have all their collection, and to people new to the band who want a proof of their different eras.

Enjoy it, or not!

memowakeman | 2/5 |

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