Yes Remixes

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Yes Remixes
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Remix album by Yes
Released 8 July 2003
Recorded 1969 - 1980; 2003
Genre Techno
Length 62:10
Label Rhino
Producer Virgil Howe; vinyl tracks produced by Yes, Tony Colton and Eddie Offord
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]

Yes Remixes is a remix album featuring the songs of progressive rock band Yes and was released in 2003. Taking material harking back from 1970's Time and a Word to 1980s Drama, Virgil Howe a.k.a. "The Verge" (and son of Steve Howe) re-imagined Yes's music into a techno context, dramatically altering the band's sound. Although it briefly dented the remix sales charts, the album failed to chart at all in the regular listings.

Track listing

  1. "Tempus Fugit" (Geoff Downes/Trevor Horn/Steve Howe/Chris Squire/Alan White) – 5:07
  2. "Arriving UFO" (Jon Anderson/Steve Howe/Rick Wakeman) – 5:54
  3. "Heart of the Sunrise" (Jon Anderson/Chris Squire/Bill Bruford) – 5:59
  4. "Starship Trooper" (Jon Anderson/Chris Squire/Steve Howe) – 7:33
  5. "Awaken" (Jon Anderson/Steve Howe) – 7:48
  6. "Sound Chaser" (Jon Anderson/Chris Squire/Steve Howe/Rick Wakeman/Alan White/Patrick Moraz) – 5:24
  7. "Ritual" (Jon Anderson/Chris Squire/Steve Howe/Rick Wakeman/Alan White) – 6:20
  8. "Siberian Khatru" (Jon Anderson; Themes by Jon Anderson/Steve Howe/Rick Wakeman) – 5:26
  9. "Five Per Cent for Nothing" (Bill Bruford) – 4:40
  10. "No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed" (Richie Havens) – 4:44
  11. "No Clowns" (Jon Anderson/Bill Bruford/Geoffrey Downes/Trevor Horn/Steve Howe/Patrick Moraz/Chris Squire/Rick Wakeman/Alan White) – 3:15

Yes Remixes (Rhino 78186) failed to chart in the UK or US.

References

  1. Johnson, Zac. Yes Remixes at AllMusic