When I was in middle school, the first album I ever blew my own money on was 90125 , by Yes. At the time, I was convinced that it was one of the most spectacular collection of songs I’d ever laid ears on, and played the vinyl to extinction on my parents’ old stereo. Just tonight, I got it in digital format and have been listening to it again. To my surprise, unlike many of the fondly remembered watermarks of my young life, the album is every bit as good as I recalled, with some spectacularly well-arranged and tightly performed tracks, creative use of stereo (much better on headphones), and a great sound. What a treat for the ears! I’m excited to have this one back in my listening queue.