Timeless Passages

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Timeless Passages
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Greatest hits album by
Released25 February 2003
Label EMI
Eloy chronology
Ocean 2: The Answer
Timeless Passages

Timeless Passages is a best-of compilation double album by rock band Eloy, released in 2003.


Track listing

Disc one

  1. "Decay of Logos" – 8:17
  2. "Lost?? (The Decision)" – 5:01
  3. "The Midnight Fight/The Victory of Mental Force" – 8:06
  4. "Master of Sensation" – 5:59
  5. "Silhouette [Single Edit]" – 3:26
  6. "The Bells of Notre Dame [Remix]" – 6:18
  7. "Sphinx" – 6:42
  8. "All Life Is One [Remix]" – 6:27
  9. "Rainbow" – 5:13
  10. "Point of No Return" – 5:25
  11. "Ro Setau [Edit]" – 5:00
  12. "Poseidon's Creation [Live München 1994]" – 11:28

Disc two

  1. "Time to Turn" – 4:31
  2. "End of an Odyssey" – 9:23
  3. "Voyager of the Future Race" – 6:25
  4. "At the Gates of Dawn" – 4:14
  5. "The Tides Return Forever" – 6:35
  6. "The Sun-Song" – 4:51
  7. "Follow the Light [Remix]" – 9:45
  8. "The Apocalypse" – 14:52
    • a) "Silent Cries Divide the Nights"
    • b) "The Vision - Burning"
    • c) "Force Majeure"
  9. "Illuminations [Remix]" – 6:14
  10. "The Answer" – 11:19

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