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  1. Jan 18,  · Relaxing Jazz Piano Radio - Slow Jazz Music - 24/7 Live Stream - Music For Work & Study Cafe Music BGM channel 8, watching Live now.
  2. The superb "Out of the Blue" album was the first Illusion album featuring the reconstituted original Renaissance line-up. They followed it up swiftly with a good second album, self-titled "Illusion" (). A rare third album "Enchanted Caress" was intended for release in .
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Use Your Illusion I on Discogs. Label: Geffen Records - GEFD,Uzi Suicide Record Co. - GEFD • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Arena Rock.
  4. Their first and second albums, The Illusion and Together (As a Way of Life) were released on CD in , with the band stating "we're working on If It's So". Discography Albums. The Illusion (Steed Records, ) U.S. No. 69 (TRC CD, , Germany).
  5. Sep 17,  · Illusion sounds like something fat dummies would make. But all is not lost. Deep within the stacks and stacks of Illusion’s so-so’s and eye-rollers there exists a great rock’n’roll record. Not Appetite great, but certainly, you know, Van Halen II great. We just need to do some surgery. Here, then, is the Illusion that could’ve been.
  6. RE-ILLUSION is the eighth single by Iguchi Yuka. RE-ILLUSION was used as the opening theme for the anime Sword Oratoria: Dungeon ni Deai o Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka Gaiden. Lyrics: Watanabe Sho (track 1), Tadano Natsumi (Artist track 2), Satomi (Anime track 2), Composition: Watanabe Sho (track 1), Yamada Tomokazu (Artist track 2), Shigenaga Ryosuke (Anime track 2), .
  7. The Illusion scored a Top 40 hit in with a truncated version of the opening track from this debut LP, "Did You See Her Eyes." It's a tough, swaggering number with a simple theme (skirt watching) and a basic structure, but the album cut is expanded with an obtrusive drum solo, assorted echo/wah-wah effects, and an uncredited cop from Sly 8/
  8. This is the 2nd and last album by the British Prog group Illusion, which in fact was just another version of the legendary Renaissance, reformed by the group's five original founding members: singer Jane Relf, her brother guitarist Keith Relf, who died tragically before the debut album was released and was replaced by John Knightsbridge, bassist Louis Cenamo, guitarist / vocalist Jim McCarty.

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