Yes—Yes Years

Yes Years chronicles the band's career from the late '60s through to their '90s reunion via two hours of archive footage and interviews. Greatest Video Hits is more focused and concentrates on the late '70s and '80s when Trevor Horn and Buggles bizarrely joined the line-up. It's easy to scorn Yes' pretension, but Yes Years reminds us that the early material at least boasted some great tunes.

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Yes Years chronicles the band’s career from the late ’60s through to their ’90s reunion via two hours of archive footage and interviews. Greatest Video Hits is more focused and concentrates on the late ’70s and ’80s when Trevor Horn and Buggles bizarrely joined the line-up. It’s easy to scorn Yes’ pretension, but Yes Years reminds us that the early material at least boasted some great tunes.

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