Hummm, then again. . listening to my dog try to pass a corn cob beats listening to Open Your Eyes. Really, the truth is, this recording has four decent songs on it and the rest are so-so at best. Certainly, not what you would call classic Yes and I can't help but wonder if they will ever capture that great classic sound. . . They currently have the right line-up, that is until Rick gets pissed off and leaves the band for the 246th (or whatever) time . . . . I know a lot of people disagree but I really wish they would go back to their epic song writing like they did on Close to the Edge, Fragile, and Relayer. The boys still seem to be trying to record something that is going to get "airplay" and that is where they end up shooting themselves in the foot. . I hate to say it, but Yes is never going to get the airplay that it did when 90125 was released. . . . the timing for that release was perfect because at that time there was a lot of crap being played on rock radio and something interesting was really really needed and so 90125 was it . . . had it been released any other time and I doubt the album would have been the big hit that it was. But anyway, my point is that Yes really needs to start recording for its remaining fans and forget about trying to pick up new ones. . . it's interesting to note that many of the young Yes fans (12-25)that I know really like the old stuff and usually snub the 90125, Talk, Open Your Eyes, etc., etc. I am certainly glad that the Boys are still playing --- I just really wish they would go back to their epic song writing style . . forget about trying to get into the rock-n-roll hall of fame and just make music. . okay???