LP w/die-cut cover) Originally released on Philips in 1971. First ever audiophile edition w/exact replica of the original die cut cover. Taken from the original master tapes.
Official, deluxe 180g vinyl pressing; 1000 pieces limited.
"The debut recording from one of Germany's most accomplished progressive rock bands. The band was originally co-led by vocalist Erich Schriever and guitarist Frank Bornemann, and the two differed on musical direction, which is evident here. The band was essentially a hard rock act at this time with a sound similar to Black Sabbath and Atomic Rooster. Although their technical abilities are not yet fully developed, it has an intrinsic quality. 'Today,' in particular, demonstrates the band's abilities to create catchy songs. While Eloy would move in a more progressive direction, which would yield more consistent results, they would never sound as honest and vulnerable as they do here. One of progressive rock's most underrated bands."
A1 Today 5:56
A2 Something Yellow 8:15
A3 Eloy 6:15
B1 Song Of A Paranoid Soldier 4:50
B2 Voice Of Revolution 3:07
B3 Isle Of Sun 6:03
B4 Dillus Roady 6:32