The unlikely merger of Yes and Buggles turned out to be short-lived, disbanding after their 1980 tour as each member moved on to other projects. Horn and Downes returned to the Buggles to record that group's follow-up album, Adventures In Modern Recording
. Among that album's tracks is an abbreviated and reworked version of this song, under the title "I Am A Camera." Downes left the Buggles before that album was finished to join Steve Howe's newly formed supergroup Asia. Horn was able to complete the album without Downes, but it tanked, leading to the Buggles' demise and Horn's career change from a recording artist to strictly a producer. Meanwhile, Chris Squire
and Alan White tried to form a supergroup of their own. They approached Jimmy Page and Robert Plant about forming a new band that would have been called XYZ ("ex-Yes and Zeppelin"). Plant was not interested, so instead Squire and White formed a new group named Cinema. By 1983 Cinema had evolved into a new incarnation of Yes, complete with Jon Anderson back on lead vocals - and none other than Trevor Horn as their producer.
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