UK, 1981, pop rock / rock opera / synthpop

ELOTime: This is what the end of the 21st century sounded like to a man from the 1980s. He is a man out of time, longing to see the sunrise from the surface of the moon, wondering if he is too late to reclaim a lost romance. The albums starts off beautifully, with a retro-future soundscape, in a world of perpetual twilight. Timeless, cheesy stuff.

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