POD: For a variety of reasons, the "Buggles" lineup of Yes is better received by fans, and instead of disbanding after the Drama tour decides to work on a second album. With the band rejuvenated and feeling a burst of creativity, they would record their first double album since 1973's Tales From Topographic Oceans. Unlike that album, however, this one would only feature two side-long tracks, bookending the album; the middle two sides would feature shorter songs. Yes - Fly From Here Released November 1981 All songs credited to Geoff Downes, Steve Howe, Trevor Horn, Chris Squire, and Alan White. Personnel: Trevor Horn: lead vocals Steve Howe: guitars Chris Squire: bass guitar, vocals Geoff Downes: keyboards, synthesizers Alan White: drums Side 1: Fly From Here - 23:49 - Overture - Part I: We Can Fly - Part II: Sad Night at the Airfield - Part III: Madman at the Screens - Part IV: Bumpy Ride - Part V: We Can Fly (Reprise) Side 2: Heat of the Moment - 3:50 Adventures in Modern Recording - 5:48 Go Through This - 5:32 Life on a Film Set - 5:06 Side 3: Satellite - 7:32 Beatnik - 3:39 Vermillion Sands - 6:48 Can You See - 3:34 Side 4: Mind Drive - 18:34 Much like Genesis' Abacab released in September of that year, Fly From Here was generally praised by music critics, particularly in how the band melded their progressive roots with their forward-looking pop sensibilities. Pretty much the same as OTL, only released 30 years earlier. With apologies to John Wetton; TTL Asia won't be formed. Originally from OTL's album of the same name by the Buggles. A song performed by the Drama lineup live IOTL but never featured on a studio album. Also another Buggles track. Instrumental; the same track as OTL's Song No. 4 - Satellite found on the Special Edition of Drama released in 2004. Yet another Buggles track. See #7. A track originally worked on by XYZ (a supergroup composed of Squire, White, and Jimmy Page) IOTL that would become Can You Imagine on Magnification. Another XYZ track; similar to OTL's track released on Keys to Ascension 2 but with the vocal and keyboard parts obviously different.