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    • There were rumours at the time that Heliocentric would be Weller's final studio effort, but these proved unfounded when he released the No. 1 hit album Illumination in September 2002.Paul Weller-Wikipedia
    • Ibrahim also provided the vocals for Weller's spoken word song entitled "God", on his 2008 album, 22 Dreams along with guitars for previous Paul Weller releases, e.g. Illumination.Aziz Ibrahim-Wikipedia
    • He has contributed acoustic guitar to the song 'One x One' on Weller's 2002 album Illumination and guitars and mellotron to the song 'Echoes Round The Sun on Weller's 2008 album 22 Dreams.Gem Archer-Wikipedia
    • Jason Fox of the NME also cited the raga instrumental "Spring (at Last)", from 2002's Illumination, as falling "almost in Confessions of a Pop Group territory."Confessions of a Pop Group-Wikipedia

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