Some sort of project thing with Yes-members. I think this is a really good album actually, especially since I got it
so cheap. The introducing "Themes" is not the best but after that "Fist of Fire", "Brother of Mine", "Birthright" and
"The Meeting" welcomes the listener to a great experience. Another great one is "Order of The Universe".
I have never liked Jon Anderson as a vocalist, but indeed as a lyricist. He's a very deep and emotional writer.
Howe, Bruford and Wakeman are all talents of progressive music and are the big positive thing about this album.
Especially Howe and Wakeman.