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    Tormato vs Drama vs 90125

    The transitional years, all very different, which is your favourite?
    33
    Tormato
    18.18%
    6
    Drama
    51.52%
    17
    90125
    30.30%
    10
    The Definitive YES Albums

    -The Yes Album-Fragile-Close to the Edge-Tales From Topographic Oceans-
    -Relayer-Going for the One-Drama-90125-Big Generator-Union-Talk-
    -The Ladder-Magnification-Fly From Here-The Quest-

    #2
    I like them all for different reasons.

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      #3
      Originally posted by pianozach View Post
      I like them all for different reasons.
      Thanks for the Yesfans version of PTSD, just had to remind us of that dude.🙃

      Drama first, Tormato second and 90125 a very, very distant third.

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        #4
        1. Drama has the punch
        2. Tormato has the quirk
        3. 90125 has the sheen

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          #5
          1. Drama surprised me, in a good way. I expected the worst after Anderson and Wakeman left. I didn’t expect an album this great.
          2. 90125 interested me. It wasn’t the Yes I was used to, but offered something new and exciting. I was thrilled that Yes existed again.
          3. Tormato disappointed me. It had a few great songs, but for the first time I didn’t love everything on a new Yes album.

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            #6
            90125 for me but Drama is a close second.

            Tormato has some bright spots but it is an album where the classic 5 clearly had enough of each other. Let's throw this together and tour and Adios.

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              #7
              Originally posted by alex peters View Post
              Tormato has some bright spots but it is an album where the classic 5 clearly had enough of each other. Let's throw this together and tour and Adios.
              I agree. At least the tour was good.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Gilly Goodness View Post
                1. Drama has the punch
                2. Tormato has the quirk
                3. 90125 has the sheen
                hmmm… I’ll say Drama has the punch, 90125 the sheen, and both are a bit quirky—but a good kind of quirky to me. Tormato doesn’t have all that much going for it other than some great moments here and there.

                oh wait! Tormato has a quirky cover.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by patrickq View Post

                  I agree. At least the tour was good.
                  Yes. In the Round. The show was great

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Enlighten View Post

                    Thanks for the Yesfans version of PTSD, just had to remind us of that dude.🙃

                    .
                    LOL

                    Amazing that everything from the Old Yesfans is gone gone gone, both the good and the bad. People that have passed on, and people that should have. Astonishing threads and lists and coversations. Matt's cybercafe where folks would post themed playlists.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by pianozach View Post
                      Amazing that everything from the Old Yesfans is gone gone gone, both the good and the bad. People that have passed on, and people that should have.
                      Nailed it, especially that sanctimonious twit. Don’t want to wish him ill but wish he had passed on being a member of Yesfans.

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                        #12
                        Drama! One of the top Yes albums when it comes to rhythm section work. And probably the last time that Steve really sort of re-invented himself or broathened his guitar pallete within Yes.

                        90125 would be second and Tormato third.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Mr. Holland View Post
                          Drama! One of the top Yes albums when it comes to rhythm section work. And probably the last time that Steve really sort of re-invented himself or broathened his guitar pallete within Yes.

                          90125 would be second and Tormato third.
                          Yeah, agreed.

                          1. Drama
                          2. 90125
                          3. Tormato

                          Tormato had some pretty cheesy sounding keyboard patches, plus Circus of Heaven. But I still think the album is pretty good.

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                            #14
                            Tormato is still one of my favourite Yes albums - certainly top third of their output.

                            Drama and 90125 are (perhaps unsurprisingly) both pretty low in the bottom third for me.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by pianozach View Post
                              People that have passed on, and people that should have.
                              Wait, what?

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