90125 is the eleventh studio album by the English progressive rock band Yes. It was released on November 7th, 1983 on Atco Records. The album's sound and its resulting sales success is largely attributed to the band's newcomer, South African musician and former Rabbitt member Trevor Rabin as well as the production work by the Buggles' Trevor Horn, who had replaced Jon Anderson as lead vocalist on their previous album Drama. The tour to support Drama yielded mixed results leading to the decision to disband. Bassist Chris Squire and drummer Alan White went on to form Cinema with guitarist and singer-songwriter Rabin — with whom they were put in touch as a result of recent demos he had produced for a planned fourth solo album — and founding Yes keyboardist Tony Kaye, and began recording an album. They adopted a more commercial and pop-oriented musical direction as the result of their new material, much of which was derived from Rabin's demos. During the mixing stage, Anderson, who had left in 1980, accepted the invitation to return and record the lead vocals, and subsequently Cinema changed their name to Yes.