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I was wondering if there was list of all the B-sides so that I can track the ones down that I don't have. I currently have:




Bigger Stronger

Brothers & Sisters

Careful Where You Stand

Crests of Waves

For You

Help Is Just Around the Corner

I Bloom Blaum

I Ran Away


No More Keeping My Feet on the Ground

One I love

Poor me (live)


Such a Rush

Things I Don't Understand


Can anyone help me out with what I am missing?

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i think you are missing this...:


easy to please

ladder to the sun (i dont think its official)

sweet marianne (or marianne i dont really know ..)

where is my boy

your love means everything



you only live twice

feet on the ground

how you see the world



maybe some of this aren´t b-sides...correct me if im wrong..

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Yes is also a band. YES formed in 1968 with Jon ANDERSON (vocals), Chris SQUIRE (bass, vocals), Peter BANKS (guitar, vocals), Tony KAYE (keyboards), and Bill BRUDFORD (drums). Well-known and influential mainstream progressive from the 1970's, and still around in some form ever since, they were highly influential in their heyday, especially notable for the really creative "Relayer".


During the 1970s, YES pioneered the use of synthesizers and sound effects in modern music. Driven by Jon’s artistic vision, they produced such timeless, symphonic-rock masterworks as “Roundabout,” “Close To the Edge,” and “Awaken". In the 1980s, YES pushed new digital sampling technologies to their limits, selling millions of records and influencing a generation of digital musicians with classics like “Owner Of A Lonely Heart” and “Rhythm Of Love". Moving through the 1990s and into the new millennium, the band keeps expanding its boundaries by using the latest hard-disk recording techniques and, most recently, working with a full orchestra to create their genre-defying music.


YES gained large popularity with their brand of mysticism and grand-scale compositions. "Fragile" and "Close to the Edge" are considered their best works as it's symphonic, complex, cerebral, spiritual and moving. These albums featured beautiful harmonies and strong, occasionally heavy playing. Also, "Fragile" contained the popular hit song "Roundabout". This was followed by the contraversial "Tales from Topographic Oceans" LP, which was a double album consisting of only four 20-minute length suites centering on religious concepts. Also, "Relayer" was their most experimental, yet grandiose and symphonic. They broke up, until the new jewel "Going For The One" and its incredible "Awaken" was issued in 1977. In later years, YES would go through many transformations. There were other very good YES albums after "Going For The One" ("Drama", "Keys To Ascension" and suprisingly "The Ladder") but this is the last great album.

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Yes?! Coldplay does not have a song called Yes. I haven't downloaded the linky, but might as well take lili's word for it and say it's Poor Me.



Nah Moses isn't a b-side, it was in the 2003 live dvd. And that's it, really.

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i don't have that song named yes' date=' can someone put it on rapidshare or something?[/quote']


I just downloaded this off the link posted (thanks!)

but the song is clearly

Poor Me ... can someone explain to me what the song "Yes" is in this case?!

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