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16th Oct '17 4:08:38 PM _____________
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!'''''"I'll be the roundabout, the tropes will make you out 'n' out"'''''

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!'''''"I'll ''"I'll be the roundabout, the tropes will make you out 'n' out"'''''out"''
25th Aug '17 5:18:46 AM bt8257
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!!! '''''Owner of a Lonely Trope''''':

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!!! ! '''''Owner of a Lonely Trope''''':
Trope''''':



** Toned down significantly on ''90125'': Anderson was a late addition to the project and rewrote some lyrics to better suit his vocal delivery. They're probably the most understandable lyrics in Yes' catalogue, but still '''''far''''' from sane.

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** [[DownplayedTrope Toned down down]] significantly on ''90125'': Anderson was a late addition to the project and rewrote some lyrics to better suit his vocal delivery. They're probably the most understandable lyrics in Yes' catalogue, but still '''''far''''' from sane.



!!!'''''"I'll be the roundabout, the tropes will make you out 'n' out"'''''

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!!!'''''"I'll !'''''"I'll be the roundabout, the tropes will make you out 'n' out"'''''
6th Aug '17 8:36:20 AM RaiderDuck
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Added DiffLines:

* NonindicativeName: ''Union'' was not actually a union of anything, but rather an album combining songs from two completely different groups (Yes West and [=ABWH=]) who happened to have the same singer (Jon Anderson, of course). Inverted with the follow-up tour, which did feature all eight members on stage together.
18th Jul '17 12:06:46 PM LeeM
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Creator/MutantEnemy is named after a line from their song "And You and I".

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Creator/MutantEnemy is named after a line from their song "And You and I".I"[[note]]a song which was itself inspired by Creator/IsaacAsimov's [[Literature/{{Foundation}} Foundation Trilogy]], with its mutant enemy The Mule.[[/note]]
18th Jul '17 12:00:44 PM LeeM
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As of 2017, Anderson, Rabin & Wakeman are performing vintage Yes material with their self-titled band.

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As of In 2017, Anderson, Rabin & Wakeman are began performing vintage Yes material with their self-titled band.
band, which was later officially renamed... well, let's just say it wasn't "No".
17th Jul '17 5:40:25 PM WillBGood
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--> Tell the moon dog, tell the March hare

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--> ---> Tell the moon dog, tell the March hare
17th Jul '17 5:40:14 PM WillBGood
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--> We have heaven

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--> ---> We have heaven



--> He is clear
--> Now look around

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--> ----> He is clear
--> ----> Now look around
17th Jul '17 4:00:41 PM crazysamaritan
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* BowtiesAreCool: Jon sports one in the video for "It Can Happen".
* BreakupSong: "Long Distance Runaround".
3rd Jul '17 10:48:28 AM Sunburst
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** Yes does have pieces that could be classified as ProgressiveMetal, notably "Machine Messiah" and "Endless Dream" (the former was covered by Music/DreamTheater, to drive the point home even more). Yet they also have pieces like "Mood for a Day" that are the lightest 1's imaginable, which shows how versatile they are.

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** "Heart of the Sunrise" also ranges from 1 to 6 and back again, often with little to no transition.
** Yes does have pieces that could be classified as ProgressiveMetal, notably "Machine Messiah" and "Endless Dream" (the former was covered by Music/DreamTheater, to drive the point home even more). Yet they also have pieces like
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"Mood for a Day" and "Clap" are two acoustic guitar pieces by Howe that are the lightest 1's imaginable, which shows how versatile they are.score 1.
25th Jun '17 5:41:06 PM bt8257
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** Another example from ''Drama'' is "Into the Lens", which references Christopher Isherwood novel ''Goodbye to Berlin'' (part of ''The Berlin Stories'', the precursor to ''Theatre/{{Cabaret}''; Isherwood is probably now better known for ''Film/ASingleMan''), which contains the phrase "I am a camera with its shutter open, quite passive, recording, not thinking". It's another example of a GeniusBonus, once again due to the story's relative obscurity.

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** Another example from ''Drama'' is "Into the Lens", which references the Christopher Isherwood novel ''Goodbye to Berlin'' (part of ''The Berlin Stories'', the precursor to ''Theatre/{{Cabaret}''; ''Theatre/{{Cabaret}}''; Isherwood is probably now better known for ''Film/ASingleMan''), which contains the phrase "I am a camera with its shutter open, quite passive, recording, not thinking". It's another example of a GeniusBonus, once again due to the story's relative obscurity.
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