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BMDrummer
July 17th 2014


8877 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0 | Sound Off

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SeedsofNone
July 17th 2014


336 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

@Micah
"Yes dont have top prove themselves anymore"

true, but that doesn't mean they can't try to make something decent

"they dont have to make a better album that close to the edge each time"

true, but they made Relayer, something better than CTTE


"listen to H and E with a none critical mind"

none critical? so you want no constructive criticism for a poorly made album? whether it's CTTE or
this, there will be a group that doesn't like it. H & E is no exception.

"it is not that bad as the " strange title person " who wrote this review"

because i criticised their merits as songwriters and musicians?

"Have you all met the band like i have"

who cares

"Would you like to tell these comments to their faces ?"

please do, maybe they'll actually:

i. disband
ii. make something decent

get a bloody fucking grip, not everyone is going to like this album because it is horrible.

SeedsofNone
July 17th 2014


336 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

s m h

Frownland
July 18th 2014


30 Comments

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me and fripp, going alting

SeedsofNone
July 18th 2014


336 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

hard

Frownland
July 18th 2014


30 Comments

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still have yet to listen to this, just wanted to bring the average back below a 2

osmark86
July 18th 2014


4442 Comments


"still have yet to listen to this, just wanted to bring the average back below a 2"

motivation? because I can't think of a reasonable one for doing that.

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SeedsofNone
July 18th 2014


336 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

idk either

Necrotica
July 18th 2014


9885 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5 | Sound Off

because it deserves such a putrid score

OmairSh
July 18th 2014


11612 Comments


Relayer, something better than CTTE [2]

Digging: Edge of Sanity - The Spectral Sorrows

SeedsofNone
July 18th 2014


336 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

[hard]

OmairSh
July 18th 2014


11612 Comments


That word is perfect beside that avatar

SeedsofNone
July 18th 2014


336 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

what, you want it to be jennifer c. in the rocketeer or something?



nahhhh

JJKeys
July 18th 2014


184 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

>the guardian

Pffft like liberals had valid views on anything ever

osmark86
July 18th 2014


4442 Comments


well that explains it:

http://oi57.tinypic.com/2lc03ls.jpg

zakalwe
July 18th 2014


8582 Comments


I would

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SeedsofNone
July 18th 2014


336 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

what are you talking about? most people here, including me, like the Horn-era. How do I not deserve... YES (?) music as if I've done something wrong, yet have devoted my time to their extensive discography, a good bit of the reception being quite positive. This review is my opinion, and if you can't a negative opinion, then you should really check yourself.

KILL
July 18th 2014


71981 Comments


who are you new commenter

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BMDrummer
July 18th 2014


8877 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0 | Sound Off

I love Yes from the Yes Album up to Drama, everything afterwards I was either indifferent towards, or was just flat out shit (Big Generator). I have yet to listen to this, but the review has me convinced that this is a piece of shit. Bands this old shouldn't get back together to spoil their already ruined legacy as prog giants, and that's not to say I'm closed-minded, but there's a reason bands break up and don't get back together out of fear for their legacy.

KILL
July 18th 2014


71981 Comments


you dont love tormato dont lie



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