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Old 14-07-2009, 04:23 PM
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Going for the One, The Yes Album, Close to the Edge & 90125 were my favs, but I've got a love of Topographic Oceans too, even though it was hated by many. In truth most of the others have their moments.
You're right, a ticket to Hammersmith in November is still probably worth while, especially as this could be one of their last UK tours.
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