This album was originally released by Arista Records in 1977.
From the album notes:
The story of the rise of machine and the decline of man,
which paradoxically coincided with his discovery of the wheel...
And a warning that his brief dominance of this planet will
probably end, because man tried to create robot in his own image.
I Robot instrumental (6:02)
I Wouldn't Want To Be Like You vocal: Lenny Zakatek (3:22)
Some Other Time vocal: Peter Straker and Jaki Whitren (4:06)
Breakdown vocal: Allan Clarke (3:50)
Don't Let It Show vocal: Dave Townsend (4:24)
The Voice vocal: Steve Harley (5:24)
Nucleus instrumental (3:31)
Day After Day (The Show Must Go On) vocal: Jack Harris (3:49)
Total Eclipse instrumenal (3:09)
Genesis Ch. 1 v. 32 instrumental (3:28)
Bass: David Paton
Drums and Percussion: Stuart Tosh
Electric guitars: Ian Bairnson
Acoustic Guitars: Ian Bairnson, David Paton, Alan Parsons
Keyboards: Eric Woolfson, Duncan Mackay, Alan Parsons
Steel Guitar: B.J. Cole
'Projectron' and Vocoder: Eric Woolfson, Alan Parsons
Cimbalom and Kantele: John Leach
Vocals: Allan Clarke, Steve Harley, Jack Harris, Peter Straker and Jaki Whitren, Dave Townsend, Lenny Zakatek.
Additional vocals: Hilary Western, Smokey Parsons, David Paton, Stuart Tosh, Ian Bairnson, Tony Rivers, John Perry, Stuart Calver, Eric Woolfson, Alan Parsons, The English Chorale and the New Philharmonia Chorus.
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