℗ 1978 Atlantic Records
 

Tormato

Yes

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1
Future Times / Rejoice
Yes; Alan White; Chris Squire; Jon Anderson; Rick Wakeman; Steve Howe
6:44
2
Don't Kill the Whale
Yes; Alan White; Chris Squire; Jon Anderson; Rick Wakeman; Steve Howe
3:56
3
Madrigal
Yes; Alan White; Chris Squire; Jon Anderson; Rick Wakeman; Steve Howe
2:23
4
Release, Release
Yes; Alan White; Chris Squire; Jon Anderson; Rick Wakeman; Steve Howe
5:46
5
Arriving UFO
Yes; Alan White; Chris Squire; Jon Anderson; Rick Wakeman; Steve Howe
6:03
6
Circus of Heaven
Yes; Alan White; Chris Squire; Jon Anderson; Rick Wakeman; Steve Howe
4:29
7
Onward
Yes; Alan White; Chris Squire; Jon Anderson; Rick Wakeman; Steve Howe
4:02
8
On the Silent Wings of Freedom
Yes; Alan White; Chris Squire; Jon Anderson; Rick Wakeman; Steve Howe
7:46
Total Playing Time    41:09
Tormato is the ninth studio album by English progressive rock band Yes. It was released on 22 September 1978 on Atlantic Records, and is their last album with singer Jon Anderson and keyboardist Rick Wakeman before their departure from the group in 1980. After touring in support of their previous album, Going for the One (1977), the band entered rehearsals in London to record a follow-up album. Several factors hindered its potential including group disagreements over its overall direction, the decision not to use an external producer, and its uneven quality.

The album received a mixed response from critics yet it became a commercial success. It reached No. 8 in the UK and No. 10 in the US, where it became the band's fastest selling album and reached platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America within two months for selling one million copies.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Atlantic Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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