I usually yield to your larger and vastly superior brains, but I feel there is a two way tie between Close to the Edge and Fragile at the top of the Yes catalog. Of course, IMO and all that.over the past 2 days I've done a successful run through the 1970-1974 Yes catalogue and can confirm that Relayer is, in fact, the best Yes album.
their entire writing style changed when bruford left. even the approach to melodies all changed. there's a very clear pre- and post-bruford departure sound to those albums.
close to the edge is just dollar store relayer but you didn't hear it from me.I usually yield to your larger and vastly superior brains, but I feel there is a two way tie between Close to the Edge and Fragile at the top of the Yes catalog. Of course, IMO and all that.
Fuck it. I still yield to your brains. Don’t kill me from way over there with that thing.
Take them out of the package next time.Threw a package of chicken legs in the oven last night so I'd have them to bring to work for lunch the next couple days.
Woke up at 0300 to take a leak. "Hey, the oven's on".
Now I have snack size pieces of jerky wrapped in leather with a convenient handle on it.
I'm thinking of starting up a glory hole. I've been inspired by Nukes. I'll call it d'OOD's Pole Hole.My gravy train came off the tracks so now I'm working at a wholesale auto parts distributor on the other side of town lol.
Fuck this getting up early and commuting bullshit. That's for the commoners. Gonna find something closer to home or just go back to subcontracting handyman stuff and work when I want.
I don't do well with all this managerial hierarchy type stuff.
At least it's not an office, I wouldn't last 2 weeks in those.