For the members of Yes, it's always been a battle.

After their heyday in the '70s, things got odd.

One member sued another over the name, and before long, you had different versions of Yes playing live.

Then in the early '80s, they all got together and put out some great music, including 'Owner of a Lonely Heart'.

Now Yes has decided not to record any new material, letting their catalog speak for itself.

Who can blame them? "Roundabout", "I've Seen All Good People" and "Starship Trooper" are more than most bands do in a lifetime -- and those are just the early days.

So, the next time someone asks, "Does Yes have a new album?", just say, "No".

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