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|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: July 14, 2010 at 17:57|
|First comment and is gonna be good!...well this is a very enjoyable album,especially the live one (cd 2)mainly because there are Toto & Yes songs in it as this band is comprised by ex members of the 2 mentioned bands..about the "self title" or cd number one,the highlights are "Yoso" which is a very good one,"Path To Your Heart","Where You'll Stay" which is a very nice track,"Walk Away" is Toto by the 4 sides,"The New Revolution" is a great number,"Only One" is another Toto influenced track,very cool,"Come This Far" is pretty good and "Return To Yesterday" closes the album softly but strong at the same time...in general lines a very interesting album that has some songs ala Toto but surprisingly not Yes???¿¿¿...anyway buy and listen!.90/100
|From: juan carlos
||Date: July 14, 2010 at 20:55|
|Predictable album, bad and good moments, too many Up-tempo songs, disappointing album but quite good anyway, i was expecting a lot more, don´t care about first comment on this one, there are better albums that i´d really like to commment first "Where You'll Stay" maybe my favorite. 8/10
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: July 14, 2010 at 22:03|
|Predictable 4 u dude...of course millions of people around the world are gonna pay attention 2 your comment and won't care about others...it seems that you are the typical kind of person that messes others just for fun...be more serious and stop messing around with your insulting and ironical comments..stop offending people..if u don't like people's comments don't read them but who gives u the right to misjudge comments???...i won't even pay attention to yours (well only when you start your childish attitude)...people in the Heavy Harmonies site beware of this individual that offends others in here...his name?( should he be worth enough 2 be named???..don't think so,but anyway,his name is JUAN CARLOS!...
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: July 15, 2010 at 14:23|
|Yoso is Bobby Kimball (Toto), Billy Sherwood (World Trade, Yes) Tony Kaye (Yes) new project. If 90125 era Yes crossed with a little Toto and Hi-tech AOR is your thing, then this is a definite must. There are some really consistently good songs on here, although my one little concern would be that it lacks the one real killer knockout track. It is still a very enjoyable album throughout though and alot better than some of the stuff that is being peddled around under the AOR banner at the moment. Good, crisp production on this one too and Bobby K sounds great aswell to round it all off. The bonus live disc is a nice little present, featuring a few Toto and Yes tracks, aswell as asprinkling of Yoso songs, recorded live by the band last year I think it was. Overall a very nice little package. with plenty on offer for those of fans of the 2 aforementioned bands.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: July 15, 2010 at 22:15|
|Hey Jez you are right man and we both have more or less the same appreciation about Yoso's work...cheers!.
|From: Nick C
||Date: December 16, 2010 at 22:55|
|Much as I love Yes, Toto and the bulk of Billy Sherwoods work (World Trade, The Key, Circa, solo stuff and The Conspiracy) I'm struggling a bit with this. As Jez says it's quite good but lacking any real killer tracks and it all seems to get maybe a little samey. Not a bad album by any means but I think I was expecting something a little more varied, the bonus disc is cool. 6.5/10
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