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Albums Revisited: Yes – “Big Generator”

With Anderson Rabin Wakeman hitting the road together, it got me thinking about the Trevor Rabin era Yes albums. I love “90125” and always have. I love “Talk” and did a column on it. I am probably one of the … Continue reading

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Albums Revisited: Genesis – “Abacab”

To Genesis fans, “Abacab” was either the beginning of the end, the very last good album or more shit since Peter left. Many people already assume Phil Collins was in control but that’s not the case. The album sold very … Continue reading

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Albums Revisited: Yes – “Talk”

Lately, “Talk” by Yes has really re-emerged for me and I am enjoying it all over again. Back in 1994, the album didn’t fair so well. What went wrong? Unfortunately, more than a few things stacked up against this album … Continue reading

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Albums Revisited: Kansas – “Monolith”

I had a hard time deciding which Kansas album to look at and it came down to two: “Monolith” and “In the Spirit of Things.” I will explore the ill-fated latter album at a later date. For now, let’s look … Continue reading

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Albums Revisited: King Crimson – “Islands”

The point of the “Albums Revisited” feature is to look back at an album that didn’t fare as well with fans and/or critics. The problem with trying to pick a King Crimson album to feature posed a few problems. One, … Continue reading

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Albums Revisited: Genesis – “Invisible Touch”

Up til now, the albums that I have featured in this series have been commercial flops. The fans and critics have not liked them and the sales reflected that. “Invisible Touch” is the biggest selling release by Genesis. So how … Continue reading

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Albums Revisited: Rush – “Caress of Steel”

No album in Rush’s catalog demands being revisited as much as “Caress of Steel.” Sure you could argue the debut album but for me, that album is almost a different band style-wise. Though, it does play a part in “Caress … Continue reading

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