Stone of Sisyphus developed its own mythology over the years. It was recorded in 1993, and was originally slated to follow the Twenty 1 album, but disputes between the band and their label resulted in the project being shelved. Several tracks leaked out here and there over the years on bootlegs, compilations, and box sets, but it wasn’t until 15 years later that the album was officially released in its entirety, at which point it was subtitled Chicago XXXII.
Cover Design: Chiseled Boulder
Stone of Sisyphus
Bigger Than Elvis
All the Years
Sleeping in the Middle of the Bed
Let’s Take a Lifetime
Here with Me (A Candle for the Dark)
Cry for the Lost
The Show Must Go On
Love Is Forever
Let’s Take a Lifetime (demo version)
Stone of Sisyphus (no rhythm loop)
Chicago is an American rock band formed in 1967 in Chicago, Illinois. They have recorded 38 albums, sold over 100,000,000 records and are one of the longest-running and best-selling music groups of all time.
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