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Eloy Lyrics

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Eloy Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Call Of The Wild
2 On The Verge Of Darkening Lights
3 Poseidon's Creation
4 Child Migration
5 Gallery
6 Mysterious Monolith
7 Pilot To Paradise
8 Madhouse
9 Plastic Girl
10 Inside
11 The Sun-Song
12 Between The Times
13 Decay Of Logos
14 Imprisonment
15 End Of An Odyssey
16 The Light From Deep Darkness
17 Return Of The Voice
18 Future City
19 Mutiny
20 The Midnight-Fight, The Victory Of Mental Force
21 Land Of No Body
22 Up And Down
23 Shadow And Light
24 Time To Turn
25 All Life Is One
26 Hero
27 Fire & Ice
28 Metromania
29 Nightriders
30 Appearance Of The Voice
31 Sphynx
32 De Labore Solis
33 Silent Revolution
34 Back Into The Present
35 Gliding Into Light And Knowledge
36 Behind The Walls Of Imagination
37 Lost!?? (The Decision)
38 Prologue
39 Journey Into 1358
40 Memory-Flash
41 A Broken Frame
42 Love Over Six Centuries
43 Magic Mirrors
44 Fools
45 Say, Is It Really True
46 The Dance In Doubt And Fear
47 Heartbeat
48 The Bells Of Notre Dame
49 The Flash
50 In Disguise
51 The Zany Magician
52 Through A Somber Galaxy
53 Thoughts Of Home
54 Giant
55 Surrender
56 Dreams
57 Sunset
58 Horizons
59 Destination
60 Escape To The Heights
61 Carried By Cosmic Winds
62 Mirador
63 Illuminations
64 Eclipse Of Mankind
65 Follow The Light
66 Invasion Of A Megaforce
67 Introduction
68 Impressions
69 Rainbow
70 At The Gates Of Dawn
71 Silhouette
72 Jeanne D'arc
73 Point Of No Return
74 Sensations
75 Astral Entrance/Master of Sensation
76 Prisoner In Mind
77 Seeds Of Creation
78 Queen Of The Night
79 Voyager Of The Future Race
80 The Apocalypse
81 Awakening
82 Racing Shadows
83 The Stranger
84 Atlantis' Agony At June 5th 8498, 13 P M Gregorian
85 Let The Sun Rise In Your Brain
86 Mighty Echoes
87 Castle In The Air
88 Incarnation Of Logos
89 Daylight
90 Lost!?? (Introduction)

Eloy Bio

Eloy is a German progressive rock band, whose musical style includes symphonic and space rock, the latter theme being more prevalent on earlier albums. Despite their nationality and time period, the band is not generally considered krautrock because of their sound, which has much more in common with English progressive rock groups such as Pink Floyd, King Crimson and Yes.

Founded in 1969 by guitarist Frank Bornemann, the band has endured several line-up changes, with Bornemann being the only consistent member of the group. In the 1980s, after a series of major splits in the group, Bornemann pursued a more commercial direction. Despite attracting a large following in Germany, the band never gained popularity in the United States. However, in later years, former members of the band re-joined, and in 1998 released the album Ocean 2, a return to the classic symphonic progressive rock genre for which the band was well known.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eloy