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90125 is the eleventh album by progressive rock group Yes, released in 1983. It was the first album since the breakup of Yes in 1980. It is also the first album to feature Trevor Rabin, and also features the return of vocalist Jon Anderson, who quit the band in 1979. It also marked the first time in twelve years that original keyboardist Tony Kaye had appeared with the group. The album is notable for marking a radical shift in style… read more



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  • this album is so...cute. I love listening to it to put me in a good mood.
  • This is a really good album and not nearly as bad as some people would say. The opener is a classic of course, but for me "Hearts" stands out the most and is probably the proggiest song on the whole album as well. Just a wonderful song.
  • Disagree! Big Generator is amazing. So what, YES made a great catchy songs, it's not Close to the edge/Ritual/Delirium epics, but still great music. Listen to Final Eyes from Big Generator. Total awesomeness.
  • A good album despite what a lot of hardcore Yes fans would have you believe. Is it as brilliant as Fragile or Close to the Edge? No, not even close, but the songs are catchy as hell and they're also much smarter than the people who call this a "sellout" album can bring themselves to admit. If you want to listen to a BAD Yes album, put Big Generator on. This one is damn good.
  • I thought I'd like this because I liked Drama with Trevor Horn and he produced 90125, but I'm not digging this at all.
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  • Pop, but still progressive.
  • Even it being really pop, and with a "bad formation" I enjoy this album a lot. :)
  • regressive rock [2]
  • Owner of a lonely heart > The Police [2] HAHAHA :D

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