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Audio-CD, Import, 26. April 2005
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Close to Classic Yes 18. August 2010
Von QUENCIDENCE - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
I wasn't a YES fan until the mid 90's and I started off with the YES YEARS box set purchased for me by my 30+ year old sister...so the early 90's "issues" the band had was news to me until I found the Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, Howe album listed on Amazon(it was poor to say the least). I had purchased it at the same time as this album so I was a little nervous about Re(Union)...According to the other reviews on this site, I had my expectations low, but was assuming that two bands could come up with an albums worth of decent music...especially when it gets reworked a decade later.

I was pleasantly surprised...I never listened to the original release, so I don't know what I am missing off it(if anything worthwhile). This is way closer to the sound I have been used to since starting my fixation with extended songs full of changing rhythm, tempo and chords.

4 out of 5 compared to 70's YES, but a nice attempt. Recommended.
1 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen WOW!! WOW!! WOW!! 28. Dezember 2010
Von W. Pettit - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
This has to be one of the ultimate YES recordings, even surpassing the earliest from this megagroup. I understand the conflicts within the participants in this, but as my title says, WOW!!. I can listen to this over and over again and not tire of it.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen worth a relisten 21. Dezember 2006
Von A. Laitres - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The infamous YES Union CD was almost universally panned when it was released in the early 90's. It basically stuck together 2 different line-ups (ABWH + 90125 band) and tried to sell itself as a "union" of the YES camps. A long list of session musicians appeared in the liner notes for the "AWBH" lineup's tracks. Most of the band seemed unhappy with the disc. No fans rated it as one of their favorite YES releases. Then it came out much later that Steve Howe and Rick Wakeman are hardly even on the CD! I sold my copy a while back.

I was in a music store browsing through the YES section when I noticed this new repackage of 10 of the 14 original tracks and was retitled "(Re)Union". It had a nice computer generated cover. And it was only $6.99.

So I decided to buy it on a whim.

I actually really enjoy this CD now. It's more cohesive with some of the fat trimmed off, although I do miss "Take the Water to the Mountain". It's fun to hear Jimmy Hahn doing his Steve Howe type playing. Originally I thought it was Steve Howe. The sound also seems clearer and fuller.

Although not of course in the same league as their classic work, there's some good music on here and the session people did a great job. Jon's voice is in top form, and Trevor's "Miracle of Life" is a real standout. "Shock to the System", "Silent Talking", "I would Have Waited Forever" and "Holding On" all really rock. Probably the weakest in the bunch is "Saving My Heart".
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Much better record with the shorter format 7. März 2007
Von Broken Window - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Only true classics deserve 5 stars, whereas only corporate drivel deserves 1 star, like a Britney Spears album. Re-Union earns a solid 3 stars.

I first owned the original release back in '91 and sold it a few years later -- far too many filler tracks. Don't get me wrong; it had good songs on it also, but they got overshadowed by all the down time. This release lops off some of the weaker tracks and it makes for a much tighter (and rewarding) record.

I actually like this record now and proud to have it in my collection. [Previously, I had been pretty indifferent about it]. The shorter format does two things: not only do you not get bored listening to the record anymore, but you learn to better appreciate the songs that are on there.

The highlights are definitely 'Lift Me Up' and 'Miracle of Life' (Trevor Rabin contributions), although the AWBH efforts weren't too bad either. Of those, I like 'Silent Talking', 'Holding On', and 'Without Hope' the most. Generally the AWBH are more mainstream-sounding compared with their debut effort. Sure, nothing here is groundbreaking but it's a good rock record with that distinctive Yes flair.

If you have most of the other Yes records, then I'd pick this one up -- it is certainly not their worst effort. Otherwise, I'd sample first their classics (Fragile, Close to the Edge, 90125) before buying Re-Union.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Union better than (Re) Union 22. April 2014
Von J-man - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I am amazed that someone would praise the fact that this has fewer tracks than the original release. Not one of the bands' best efforts, but the original Union release has one of my favorite Yes tracks (Dangerous) that is not included on the so-called (Re) Union.
I always had suspected that Steve Howe had little to do with this album. I cannot detect Rick Wakeman at all. On the other hand,if you are a true believer in the entire Yes saga (like me) I recommend that you get the original, complete Union CD.
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