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The Gates of Delirium is the first track on Yes’s 1974 album, Relayer. At almost 22 minutes, it takes up the entire first side of the LP. Before the re-issue of Tales from Topographic Oceans or In a Word: Yes (1969 - ), this was the longest officially released studio recording by the band. A 22min 40sec live version of the track recorded at Cobo Hall, Detroit on 17 August, 1976 appears on the live album Yesshows. Loosely based on Leo… read more


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  • Avatar for Cassandra-Leo
    Man, as much as I loved the original and the Yesshows versions of this song, the Symphonic Live version is on another plane entirely. Holy shit. The orchestra adds so much to this song.
  • Avatar for hurricane_mario
    The intro to Soon is really good :D I like how it fades into the song.
  • Avatar for elf-culture
    oh my god the version from yesshows totally blows the studio version away pls listen to it
  • Avatar for elf-culture
    i wonder how many of these scrobbles are of people skipping to the Soon section of the song B))
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    Runs neck and neck with "Close to the Edge" for the title of ultimate Yes track, IMO. I'm actually even tempted to give this one the slight advantage since it so brilliantly depicts the prelude to and events and aftermath of a battle. You'd have to dig into the realms of Baroque/Classical/Romantic music to find another piece of music that so vividly portrays action.
  • Avatar for IgIanBarrett
    Пожалуй, это самая потрясающая композиция композиция Yes. То что начинается с 13:43 не передать словами.
  • Avatar for Philbitar
    Soon....................Divine !!!
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