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Category: Prog Rock
Catalog Number: 7 90125-2
|1.||Owner Of A Lonely Heart||4:27|
|3.||It Can Happen||5:39|
|8.||City Of Love||4:48|
|Total Running Time:||44:34|
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|From: Rockhead||Date: June 24, 2004 at 4:34|
|YES go AOR!! With the arrival of Trevor Rabin Yes changed direction from heavy progessive rock to fine tuned AOR/ Melodic rock scoring a huge sinle success in owner of a lonely heart. But this album is far more than 1 song. A great melodic rock album featuring fine individual performances, in particular Rabin and Jon Anderson whose voice suits this style of music well. This will appeal to all fans of keyboard/ guitar driven melodic rock who like solid production and strong songs-Great!!|
|From: Big Papa K||Date: July 1, 2004 at 15:46|
|Who knew Yes could be so good as an AOR band. This is clearly Trevor Rabin in charge and the band creates their catchiest tunes ever ("Owner Of A Lonely Heart", "Leave It", and "Hold On"). Not one really for fans of their prog rock era as the only thing that comes close on here is "Hearts". 9/10|
|From: Dean||Date: July 10, 2004 at 2:11|
|I probably wouldn't have minded this as much if they didn't overplay "Owner of a lonely Heart" endlessly on MTV at a time when i was addicted to MTV sitting through an hour of crap to catch 2 good videos. I really prefer the older prog material compared to this but one of their best songs "Changes" is on this and that alone makes it worth owning.|
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|From: Jez||Date: February 4, 2005 at 10:48|
|Updated my worn outcd with a shiny Remastered version - very nice too. I am a Big fan of old Yes and this is just a completely different sound, so i won't try to compare. This is superb Hi-tech Aor record with a prog twist, more in the arrangements than anything else. 'Changes' is definately the best track on offer here, but the rest is of a very high standard aswell. Special mention must go to the production on this album,as it must be one of the best produced rock records ever released.|
|From: AOR freaky||Date: February 4, 2005 at 13:24|
|Great one from Yes ! Didn't know there is a remastered version ! Interesting !|
|From: swriter||Date: July 30, 2005 at 23:43|
|yes, great sounding Yes Remasters indeed, I also love all Yes, and for different reasons, this is the aor one and still listen to it at least twice a month, enture disk is strong, no fillers on this one, make sure u also get Drama,also different but wonderful. Again, the remasters of the entire Yes collection are awesome!!!! get em all!!!|
|From: Doug||Date: December 4, 2019 at 16:59|
|Was in a YES mood, been listening to this the past couple of days. Such a solid album! Love Steve Howe's playing, but man, you can't deny Trevor Rabin's impact. The jump start they needed.|
|From: Auslander||Date: November 30, 2020 at 10:39|
|This is an essential 80s AOR Prog album. While it sold bucketloads at the time, it got a lot of hate in the 90s and 00s. I think the time is ripe for critics to reassess this album even if just to recognise the superior musicianship and songwriting quality. This is one of those mighty prog crossover albums that happened in the early 80s and just as essential as the Asia debut or Genesis "Invisible Touch". Essential track: Leave It.|
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