This is in response to the review by "Customer". You should check up on your history. Yes were not "brought in" to give Rabin a bigger name to bank on. It is true that Rabin was largely the creative force behind this album, but much of the work was done with Chris Squire, Alan White and Tony Kaye, all ex-Yes members. They wanted to release the album as a group named Cinema, but due to a whole bunch of coincidences, Jon Anderson ended up being in the group as the lead singer. Once four of the five people in the band ended up being ex-Yes members, it would have been quite ridiculous to continue calling the group Cinema - thus, Yes was reborn.
Incidentally, the name Cinema continued to live on - as a title of one of the tracks on the album.