90125 (album) by Yes

90125
90125 by Yes (1983)
Overall rank: 1,468th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
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72/100 (from 265 votes)
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Accolades:
Award Top albums of 1983 (23rd)
Award Top albums of the 1980s (236th)
Award Best albums of all time (1,468th)

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YES 90125 Japanese Ver. P-11356 with OBI Sleeve vinyl LP Used
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YES " TORMATO / 90125 / YES " ROCK LP'S ATLANTIC / ATCO
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YES PROG ROCK CASSETTE TAPES FRAGILE - 90125 - BIG GENERATOR
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90125 is ranked 7th best out of 39 albums by Yes on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Yes is Close To The Edge which is ranked number 113 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 22,642.

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Track ratingsTrack ratings The tracks on this album have an average rating of 78 out of 100 (all tracks have been rated).

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Average Rating: 
72/100 (from 265 votes)
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10/05/2019 05:01 mikepen  Ratings distributionRatings distribution 130 ratings88/100
 
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85/100
From Junomoogmello 10/27/2018 15:21
I don't know why it has taken me so long to buy this and am really glad I have, particularly as the vinyl re-issue is on tri-colour vinyl! The album has a vey eighties almost synth rock feel to it which I really like. From the opening track with its heavily processed electric drum and guitar sounds you know that this isn't going to be 'progressive' but in 1983 should it have been anyway? All things have to change in time and Genesis had already done a similar thing three years earlier with 'Duke', i.e. taking a more commercial and radio friendly approach. In summary, a great album!
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80/100
From garycottier 04/03/2018 17:29
A punchy and surprisingly focused album considering it wasn't even initially intended as a Yes record. Owner of a lonely heart, is a decent stab at 80's pop/rock but the rest is solid stuff and a lot better than I expected it would be. Their last worthy album.
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From Musicbuff123 03/09/2018 21:18
I only got this album for Owner of a Lonely Heart which is an awesome track. I don't think i give the other tracks a fair listen.
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From junodog4 04/22/2017 15:08
My childhood memories obscure my experience here. When I was a kid, my cousins would sing "Owner of a Stinky Fart" at the top of their lungs.
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From nitomano 12/13/2016 00:52
Great
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From F1Aaron 12/26/2014 22:02
Solid, this was a different Yes to the one from the 70's. Favorites are Owner of A Lonely Heart, Changes, Cinema, and Leave It
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From stevengnz 05/14/2012 08:20
This was my first experience of listening Yes. So it was a wonderful experience. The first side is full of great tracks. The second side not quite as strong although it ends very well with Hearts. What a comeback. Still I can understand why this may have annoyed many Yes fans - it really isn't Yes!
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From skullcandy159 04/12/2012 15:52
Key Track: Owner of a Lonely Heart
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