Audio-Visions by Kansas

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Album released 1980

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Facebook Audio-Visions is the seventh studio album by American progressive rock band Kansas, released in 1980. The album was remastered and reissued in 2011, as a Japanese import vinyl-replica CD, as well as part of the Sony/Legacy domestic boxed set, "Kansas Complete Album Collection 1974-1983," which packages all of the band's original releases on Kirshner and affiliated labels CBS/Columbia.

Kerry Livgren's recent conversion to Christianity is first heard on this album, primarily in the lyrics to "Hold On" (which was written as an evangelistic plea to his wife). That song was the original lineup's last Top 40, peaking at #40 as the album's first single. The second single from the album, "Got to Rock On," charted outside the Top 40, and was released as a promo only 12" single as well, featuring a live version of the song on Side B of the promotional single, taken from an ABC Radio "the Source" live concert broadcast from Chicago. In addition, another stop on the Audio-Visions tour was broadcast on the radio, on the radio show "A Night on the Road," from the Palladium in New York City. In addition to playing almost every song on the album on the tour, the band also played one selection each from Livgren and Walsh's recent solo albums. While every song on the Monolith album was played during the early part prior Monolith tour, not a single song from Monolith was played on the Audio-Visions tour.
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