RE: 90125 and Big Generator
Posted by: Eric Abrahamsen ()
Date: April 27, 2000 10:31AM

Yes is back to doing what Yes do best -Progressive Rock. "The Ladder" has been well received in Progressive Circles where it will remain. Like most AOR- Prog has gone underground, and Yes is the Prog equivilant to Journey in terms of popularity, so they will sell x amount of CD's no matter what.

That said- "The Ladder" is the band's best in many years.
Eric

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RE: YES's Tales From Topographic Oceans 214 Eric Abrahamsen 04/26/2000 08:24AM
90125 and Big Generator 238 Susumu 04/26/2000 11:16AM
RE: 90125 and Big Generator 243 Eric Abrahamsen 04/26/2000 09:10PM
RE: 90125 and Big Generator...Union too!!! 218Dave G.04/27/2000 03:03AM
RE: 90125 and Big Generator 224 Susumu 04/27/2000 08:56AM
RE: 90125 and Big Generator256 Eric Abrahamsen 04/27/2000 10:31AM
RE: 90125 and Big Generator 216 Phil 04/27/2000 03:40PM
RE: 90125 and Big Generator 311 Eric Abrahamsen 04/27/2000 09:22PM
RE: 90125 and Big Generator 550Tony M04/28/2000 08:24AM
RE: 90125 and Big Generator 242 Alex siedler 04/29/2000 09:03AM


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