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Category: Prog Rock
Year: 1989 / 2014
Label: Esoteric Recordings
Catalog Number: ECLEC 22465
|2.||Fist of Fire||3:32|
|3.||Brother of Mine||10:21|
|8.||Order of the Universe||9:02|
|Total Running Time:  ||59:21|
|10.||Order of the Universe Long Edit||6:03|
|11.||Brother of Mine Long Edit||6:33|
|12.||Vultures in the City||5:54|
|13.||Quartet (I'm Alive) CD Single Edit||3:18|
|14.||Order of the Universe Short Edit||4:52|
|15.||Brother of Mine Short Edit||3:24|
|Total Running Time:||30:04|
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|From: Auslander||Date: February 27, 2021 at 5:10|
|Truly a YES album in everything but band name. I guess it was a bit more acrimonious at this time before the Union album (that isn't as good as the ABWH album here). I guess there are enough 80s AOR touches to qualify it for Heavy Harmonies. I have no issue with that, being a prog fan as much as a hard rock guy. Some really nice tracks on here, easy on the ear, like a combo of the Yes 80s albums and late 70s releases. Better than nearly all of the solo work from any of Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman or Howe funnily enough. Essential track: "Brother of Mine". 65/100.|
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