Yes Tales from Topographic Oceans
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MeatSalad
October 17th 2012



13382 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

No you fags, listen to it you'll like it

Chortles
October 17th 2012



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i would but it's 1 in the morning and i have class in the morning,

but i guess i can't say no to yes, ba dum chi

Digging: Chico Buarque - Construção

Chortles
October 17th 2012



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on a roll with the yokes tonight

MeatSalad
October 17th 2012



13382 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Damn let me find my drum kit

Ire
October 17th 2012



41453 Comments


got into yes before you joined stfu

MeatSalad
October 17th 2012



13382 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Yeah but listen to this

Ire
October 17th 2012



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k

Chortles
October 17th 2012



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burn

Ire
October 28th 2012



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gotta find the time 2 jam this

MeatSalad
October 28th 2012



13382 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Agreed

Ire
October 28th 2012



41453 Comments


yah

KILL
December 10th 2012



67082 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

haha

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KILL
December 10th 2012



67082 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

dude read siberian khatrus review

MeatSalad
December 10th 2012



13382 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Album rules hard but not as hard as the others

dannyboy89
March 6th 2013



7654 Comments


While it's true that it's extremely long, it's also one of the finest prog albums I've heard. The song length prevents it from being a favorite, but any fan of the band should enjoy this.

BTW, I'm still 10 minutes shy of finishing this mammoth of an album.

Digging: Radiohead - Hail to the Thief

dannyboy89
March 6th 2013



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Alright, now I'm done. A 4.5 it is.

Titan
March 6th 2013



4799 Comments


this album takes quite a few spins to finally sink in.......no way it can be objectively rated after one listen

cinaedus
March 6th 2013



26195 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

it's a good jam

man i have the yes album vinyl reissue still sealed on my shelf. gotta bust that out

dannyboy89
March 7th 2013



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I tend to prefer my prog digested. I like me some pretentious stuff now and again, but tend to prefer
the more streamlined prog albums. Hence why I prefer Rush's Moving Pictures over Hemispheres and A
Farewell to Kings, for instance.

You might say I'm not a hardcore progger in that sense.

Titan
March 7th 2013



4799 Comments


No Danny

You like Moving Pictures because its better than Hemispheres or Farewell.



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