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5 stars -= One Of The Greatest Prog Rock Masterpieces Ever =-

So amazing, so fantastic, so progressive, so drive, so artistic, so epic, so charming, so ..... i even have no words for describing this inimitable masterpiece of progressive rock music. It has huge potential for being one of the most memorable prog rock work in this genre ever. The 40-minute album has only 3 tracks but that's enough to listen to it more anf more times. The Opening track Gates of Delirium is my favourite Yes song ever and one of the most ingenious epics i've ever heard. This song tells the story spawned by the influence of Tolstoy's War and piece about the brave troopers fighting for their native land and stand up to death. Melodic intro changes to vocal section. But the best piece is the instrumental battle part. It's no sence in describing it you must ONLY HEAR IT!!! The third part called Soon is a charmibg section and so epic, it's not for giving in explanation cuz it's a real fantastic thing!!! My rate - 10/5 - really, i can't describe fow genious this epic is!!!!! It's expanding the borders of my сonsciousness!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The second one, Sound Chaser, describes band's real technical stule and experience. It's not of my favourite Yes songs but not bad to listen. 4/5 The third track called To Be Over is my favourite Yes song after Gates of Delirium and Awaken. Steve Howe's guitars is sounding charmfull and so ambitious. Great memorable one. 5/5.

No doubt, genious Yes work, my favourite album after 90125.

Resurrected | 5/5 |


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