Yes, No is the thirteenth studio album by Japanese Jazz fusion band T-Square. It was released on February 26, 1988 through Columbia Records and was the last studio album by the band released under the name The Square. The first track on this album, Dans Sa Chambre, was used as the theme song for the Japanese talk show Time 3, shown on Fuji Network System. It was also used as the opening theme for news show Businessman News, shown on TV Tokyo
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YES by Square Songs, released 06 June 1966 1. Late Nite Coors 2. Paul Westerberg 3. One For The Road 4. iUnderstand 5. Synonyms For Autumn 6. Synonyms For Winter 7. Blonde Hair Don't Care 8. NBPT 9. Go Haunt Yourself 10. James Peeples Is My Spirit Animal THESE ARE SONGS THAT WE MAY PLAY, MEANS SOMETHING TO US STILL OR JUST DON'T HATE IN GENERAL. Got it. + add. album.
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This album showcases Yes at their most concise, and is probably the best starting point. 1972's Fragile introduced Yes' highest-powered line-up, as the silver-cape wearing, 12-keyboard-hauling Rick Wakeman replaced the mediocre Tony Kaye. After an extended hiatus following Relayer, Yes regrouped for 1977's Going for the One, bringing grand old ham Wakeman back to record an album of much fewer pretensions than anything they'd done since Fragile. With Anderson's and Wakemen's defections, Yes recognized that they could no longer continue in the same lackluster manner as on Tormato. At the end of the 1970s, the band finally felt ready to embrace a new era. A Buggles era!