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Biographie de Eloy
Source / Auteur : Wikipedia Date : 14/08/2006 Nb consultation : 9241
Eloy is a German progressive rock band, whose musical style includes symphonic and space rock, the latter theme being more prevalent on earlier albums.
The band took their name from the Eloi, a futuristic race of people in the H.G. Wells novel The Time Machine.
Founded in the late 1960s 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, the band never gained popularity in the United States.
However, in later years, former members of the band re-joined, and in 1998 fans delighted in hearing Ocean 2, a return to the classic symphonic progressive genre that the band was so well known for. A sequel to the 1977 original, it is commonly thought among fans that it successfully recaptures the spirit of the band, and is a worthy follow-up to the much beloved classic.
Of the band's numerous records, fans generally consider Inside, Floating, Dawn, Ocean, Silent Cries and Mighty Echoes, Planets and Ocean 2 to be the superior albums.
Despite their nationality, the band are not generally considered krautrock due to their sound which has much more in common with English progressive groups such as Yes.