- Summary: The former Style Council and Jam frontman returns with a solo album, and finds Weller producing and playing most of the instruments himself, with the help of a few celebrity guests such as Noel Gallagher, Kelly Jones and Aziz Ibrahim.
- Record Label: Yep Roc / Independiente
- Genre(s): Rock, Alternative
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Illumination is heartfelt, lost-in-the-'60s songcraft, so perfect in style and sound you might think youre in the cavernous halls of Londons BBC studios, home to a zillion performances of the Beatles, the Stones, the Faces, and yes, the Jam. When the past sounds this good, why not revel in it?
GaryWDec 24, 2002After a couple of disapointments in Heavy Soul & especially Heliocentric, Weller has come up with his most spectacular album since the Jam's epic All Mod Cons in . Every track is a gem. A beautiful work of art.… Expand
Barbara-May 14, 2003just listen to it. esp. steve cradock's guitar parts. amazing.
eratFeb 10, 2003Boring, superficial & laughable. Overrated.
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