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Category: Prog Rock
Catalog Number: 82667
|2.||Cans And Brahms||1:42|
|3.||We Have Heaven||1:28|
|4.||South Side Of The Sky||8:09|
|5.||Five Per Cent For Nothing||0:37|
|6.||Long Distance Runaround||3:29|
|7.||The Fish (Shindeleria Praematurus)||2:42|
|8.||Mood For A Day||3:02|
|9.||Heart Of The Sunrise||11:27|
|Total Running Time:||41:12|
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|From: Rycheage||Date: June 23, 2004 at 22:29|
|While "Roundabout" was the big hit for Yes, I far prefer the two other long pieces, "South Side of the Sky" and "Heart of the Sunrise". This album is hailed by many Yes fans, as well as fans of progressive rock in general, as one of the pillars of the genre. "Long Distance Runaround" is a catchy tune that could have been really annoyingly bad had the band not wisely kept it to three and a half minutes. "Heart of the Sunrise" is a rocking tune that's by turns intense and serene.|
|From: Big Papa K||Date: July 1, 2004 at 15:42|
|Odd to see these old Yes albums on this site as they are almost strictly Prog Rock outside of a couple songs. This is their classic album with the well known "Roundabout" and "Long Distance Runaround". I agree with Rycheage that the long pieces are also ecelennt. I also like the solo tracks that allow the band to show off their skills one at a time. 10/10|
|From: CheeseStooge24||Date: August 14, 2004 at 4:14|
|While "Fragile" is considered THE Yes album, I am actually here to write about, "Close To The Edge," which, to me, blows away all other Yes releases and should have been entered on this site. Close To The Edge, for me, was the prototype prog-rock album. Also released in 1972, but ignored by radio because "Fragile" had a top 40 w/"Rounabout," Close To The Edge was, and is, absolutely faboulous! I am writing about it here because it has been omitted from this site. It is, for sure, the peak of YES|
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