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The Ultimate Yes: 35th Anniversary Collection


Download links and information about The Ultimate Yes: 35th Anniversary Collection by Yes. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Psychedelic genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 02:09:26 minutes.

Artist: Yes
Release date: 2003
Genre: Rock, Pop, Psychedelic
Tracks: 24
Duration: 02:09:26
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No. Title Length
1. Time and a Word 4:33
2. Starship Trooper: A. Life Seeker, B. Disillusion, C. Wurm 9:29
3. Yours Is No Disgrace 9:41
4. I've Seen All Good People: A. Your Move, B. All Good People 6:56
5. Roundabout 8:32
6. Long Distance Runaround 3:30
7. South Side of the Sky 7:55
8. America (Single Edit) 4:09
9. Wonderous Stories 3:49
10. Siberian Khatru 8:55
11. Soon (New Edit) 5:44
12. Going for the One 5:32
13. Don't Kill the Whale 3:55
14. Tempus Fugit 5:15
15. Owner of a Lonely Heart 4:27
16. Leave It 4:14
17. It Can Happen (Single Edit) 4:18
18. Rhythm of Love 4:52
19. Big Generator (Remix Version) 3:39
20. Roundabout (Acoustic Version) 4:18
21. Show Me 3:36
22. South Side of the Sky: A. South Side of the Sky, B. South Side Variations 4:26
23. Australia (Solo Acoustic Version) 4:08
24. New World Symphony 3:33



It's tough to go wrong with a huge batch of highlights from the long, rich career of the planet's premier prog rock band. Outside the box-set realm, Ultimate Yes is as comprehensive a guide to Yes as you'll find. Not every one of the band's many albums is represented, but each era of the constantly evolving ensemble is covered. With the Beatlesque ballad "Time and a Word," the collection reaches back to the days before guitar hero Steve Howe replaced founding member Peter Banks. Then we move on to Howe-era breakthrough tracks like the exultant "I've Seen All Good People" and the timeless classic rock radio staple "Roundabout." Ultimate Yes follows the band through their many personnel changes: "Tempus Fugit" hails from the period where new wave duo The Buggles replaced singer Jon Anderson and keyboard wizard Rick Wakeman; "Owner of a Lonely Heart" marks Yes' triumphant '80s comeback, with the return of Anderson and arrival of guitarist Trevor Rabin. A batch of live and/or previously unheard tracks sweetens the pot even further.