Time to Turn

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Time to Turn
Eloy Time to Turn.jpg
Studio album by
Released1982
RecordedAugust 1981 until February 1982
Length42:06
Label EMI Electrola
Producer Frank Bornemann
Eloy chronology
Planets
(1981)
Time to Turn
(1982)
Performance
(1983)

Time to Turn is the tenth studio album by German rock band Eloy, released in 1982. On the UK release the track 'Magic Mirrors' was replaced by 'Illuminations', originally released on the 1980 album Colours . The UK issue, on the Heavy Metal World-wide label, featured different artwork by noted fantasy illustrator Rodney Matthews. [1]

Contents

It is the first album since Power and the Passion to feature drummer Fritz Randow.

Track listing

All music composed and arranged by Eloy. Story by Frank Bornemann. Lyrics by Sigi Hausen.

No.TitleLength
1."Through a Somber Galaxy"6:00
2."Behind the Walls of Imagination"6:25
3."Time to Turn"4:32
4."Magic Mirrors"5:25
5."End of an Odyssey"9:25
6."The Flash"5:34
7."Say, Is it Really True"4:45

Personnel

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References

  1. "Eloy - Time To Turn (CD) at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2009-05-03.