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    They were unable to call themselves Yes because bassist Chris Squire co-owns the name.
    They considered calling themselves 'Affirmative' and 'No' before going with a name that sounded like a law firm instead of a rock band.
    They declined to make their bassist, Tony Levin, an official member. (On the bright side, that's one less person in the band name.)
    They were parodied in the Dead Milkmen song 'Anderson, Walkman, Buttholes and How!'
    They were four-fifths of the classic Yes line-up from the early 70s.
    Their album covers were designed by Roger Dean, who had done the same job for Yes in the 70s.
    Their studio album was one of the earliest original recordings (as opposed to hits compilations or re-issues of a double album) to take advantage of the extra time available on CDs.
    They reunited with the rest of Yes for the 'Union' album (1991).

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