Cool. Where did you find that?
Oh hey I just noticed one of the black panthers from the Drama cover on there. Probably a nod to how the lineup is essentially the same as the Drama lineup
I'm excited. Although Jon Anderson's vocals aren't there, it will be a different edge to Yes.
Even so, Benoit was the singer in a Yes cover band, so it stands to reason that he sounds like Jon anyway
Hopefully he won't be so fragile when you're going for the one Hakita.
Screw this, it's silly.
Imagine if Yes made an album called No.
anyone into yonin bayashi
picked up on them from the last prog thread on /mu/
they're pretty groovy, on the trippier side of prog, you might say
The Yes cover and title tracks look just like something they would release in the 70's.
I need to get the new Yes album when it comes out.
I hope it comes out on vinyl as well.
Steve Wilson's father died :(
I feel like I need a new source of obscure as fuck prog.
He was a genius too. Made Wilson's first tapedeck from scratch, he's in the insurgentes DVD.
Yum yum lots of prog I got today:
King Crimson - Red (40th anniversary edition w/ 5.1 surround sound mix)
Yes - The Yes Album
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Self-titled
Dream Theater - Awake
Van Der Graaf Generator - Scenes From 1969-1971
Porcupine Tree - Lightbulb Sun (Special edition w/ 5.1 surround sound mix)
I also borrowed a copy of Rain Dogs by Tom Waits for 50p from the library :c00lbert:
The high pitched screechy guitar bit leading up to the jazzy freakout in Starless is amazing
Oh wait I forgot to mention I got Going For The One and Drama on vinyl too
I'm going shopping soon, could some of you give me some good prog I must own?
I didn't post any Pink Floyd because you made the PF thread so I'm assuming you already have all the essential albums
All right, awesome, thanks!
What King Crimson album should I get next?
I already have In The Court of The Crimson King.
Red, then Larks' Tongues in Aspic