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4 stars I hated it and I damned it couple of times. How can this awful Yes work be a masterpiece of progressive music. The slyle on this one is almost classic but not prog-rock. Forget it, please. Not I don't change my opinion, but I feel some artistic moments, so maybe this isn't so worse as it seem. Who knows...

Roundabout -4/5- a number one Yes hit after Owner of a lonely heart. I dislike it because of a strange rockin' style seems like Uriah Heep's Gypsy. Why this long hard rock song must be at the top of prog rock genre? It's not prog, but as a simple rock it's rather good

Cans and Brams -3/5- Wakeman's solo of Brams' classic. I don't understand why they suggested to put one solo song of each member of the band.

We Have Heaven -4/5- Jon's solo song. Hated it, now i find it pretty.

South side of the sky -5/5- Wakeman's solo and acapella singin style is amasing, that's the reason to put this one again. Some prog feels too.

Five per cent for Nothing -2/5- right, nothing, that's nothing! Most hateable Yes track ever!

Long Distance Roundaround -4.5/5- hooked me few days ago, I never liked this before, such a good main melody.

The Fish -4.5/5- this solo is better, wanted to hear.

Mood for a Day -4/5- boring Howe solo, makes me asleep. For a few times.

Heart of the Sunrise -5/5- my favourite! Great prog epic song! Bass and keyboard intro is a real thing, such as in Learning to Live by Dream theater. Melodic and powerful! This is classic YES!!!

Justice is justice - 4 stars.

Resurrected | 4/5 |


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