8 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Rockstarboy590 ,

An interesting follow up

After the massive success of 90125, Yes was in another circumstance to produce an effective follow up. After their tour, Yes returned immediately to the studio. However, it would take 4 years to release a follow up after going through different producers and studios around the world. When this was released, it right away did not meet the success of 90125. It did produce a couple hits like "Rhythm of Love" and "Love Will Find a Way", but they were a bit of a rock departure, as was most of the album. It is a great album to have in the collection, as it does have some great songs.

Alphatoddio ,

Finally remastered...

this and 90125 are great Yes albums...Trevor rabin playing really shines hear.

alexthemusicman7 ,

Rather good

When I first listened to this album, I was like “meh, it’s okay.” But I listened to the whole thing and I was like “Wow, these are good!”
Rhythm of Love- it’s a solid radio track plus it is awesome for an 80s party- 9/10
Big generator- A kinda heavy track that’s good. (And kinda forgettable)- 6.5/10
Shoot high aim low- Very underrated track. It’s it’s own masterpiece- 9.5/10
Almost like love- also a kinda heavy track, but i think I prefer this Over title track- 7/10
Love will find a way- this song is great for the radio (and nothing much else.) Sorry, but I prefer Rhythm of love- 7/10
Final eyes- pretty forgettable- 6/10
I’m running- solid long track- 7/10
Holy lamb- An ending.- 8/10

Highs: Rhythm of Love, Shoot high aim low.
Lows: final eyes

So, that’s my opinion. What’s yours? Btw I’m looking forward to getting the cassette version of BIG

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