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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    It's almost like love!

    My bias for believing that this is the finest offering by Yes is that it was one of the albums that my father introduced to me back when I was a kid. Ever since hearing Rhythym of Love on cassette, I became hooked on the band. Now, as an adult, the band and the album remain pretty high up in the echelons of my collection. It holds as much nostalgic as listening pleasure, granted, but it's well constructed, bombastic, and, for a time, ranked up with some of the heaviest music young me had ever heard. It's still pretty intense, with bass thumping and guitar screaming over thunderous drums in the hard songs and some impressive sonic designs in the quieter moments. Rhythym of Love, the title track, Shoot High Aim Low, Almost Like Love - I was surprised that after all this time these songs can inspire and elate me on equal measure with the more contemporary bands and songs I've grown into with the years. Get it, by all means.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Big Generator

    This album is a follow up to Yes' 1983 comeback album 90125, and it's great from start to finish. After Trevor Horn had joined Yes back in 1980 replacing Jon Anderson on vocals for the Drama album, and after the album and tour was completed, everyone thought that Yes had broken up, and Trevor Horn became a sucessful producer, and he remained with Yes as a producer of Yes, once again on their 1983 comeback album of 90125, but as for this album, he co-produces, because Trevor Rabin whom he replaced Steve Howe, also produces and arranges some of the songs on this album as well like on the songs like "Rhythm of Love" for example, which is one of the hit songs on the album. This album will be enjoyable for every Yes fan.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Big Generator

    This album is another one of Yes' greatest acheivements, since their 1983 release of 90125. The whole album is great especially the songs, "The Rhythm Of Love" and "Love Will Find A Way".

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Great CD!!!!!!

    This CD is great all the way through. I like this Yes group because of Trevor Rabin. He is the most underrated member of any Yes member. He was the reason that 90125 was a million seller as was Big Generator.

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