Yes comes around with their most inspired and consistent album since Going For the One, complete with epics, fantastic playing, some simply moving numbers, a cool concept, and the classic Yes lineup (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White). This proves that they haven't lost their touch, and will leave you wondering why they can't put out this kind of material more often anymore. This also should have been how the Keys to Ascension albums were put out, as these songs kind of got lost in there. If only they released this as Keys to Ascension and released a different album full of the live material on there, things would probably have turned out for the better.
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