Yes ‎– Relayer

Atlantic ‎– K 50096
Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold


A The Gates Of Delirium 21:55
B1 Sound Chaser 9:25
B2 To Be Over 9:08

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Gatefold sleeve with printed inner.
(P)1974 Topographic Music - Warner Bros Music
K 50096 A / B | STEREO | An Atlantic Record distributed by WEA Records Ltd.
Stereo K50096 (C) and (P)1974
Patrick Moraz appears by courtesy of Charisma Records Ltd.
Recorded on Eddie Offord's mobile equipment in England during the late summer and autumn 1974.
Mixed at Advision. Published by Topographic Music Ltd.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
K 50096, K50096 Yes Relayer(LP, Album, Gat) Atlantic, Atlantic K 50096, K50096 UK 1974 Sell This Version
AMCY-4034 Yes Relayer(CD, Album, RE) Atlantic AMCY-4034 Japan 1996 Sell This Version
CD 82664 Yes Relayer(CD, Album, RE, RM) Atlantic CD 82664 Canada 1995 Sell This Version
SD 18122 Yes Relayer(LP, Album, Gat) Atlantic SD 18122 Australia 1974 Sell This Version
MC 5062 Yes Relayer(Cass, Album) Atlantic MC 5062 Venezuela 1974 Sell This Version


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June 27, 2013
my second favourite yes album (83/100) ****stars


January 31, 2012
Gates of Delerium changed my life and was the first "Musical Trip" that I ever experienced as I hear the album at age 13 2 years after it was released. Totally mind bending and even today wayyyyy ahead of the curve. The guitar meshed with electronic synthesizers near the final breakdowns are just incredible. Always been a massive YES fan.


January 3, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
It loses to Close To The Edge but "Soon" (a excerpt from The Gates Of Delirium) is one of the greatest things in history of music. My father once said it's like you're standing on the top of mount everest and looking on whole earth at once, of course at soon. (lol I know it's not possible)