Although it had no chart toppers like the LPs that came before and after it, two singles reached the Billboard Hot 100 chart. "Pandora's Golden Heebie Jeebies" reached #35 in late 1966 and "No Fair At All" peaked at #51 in early 1967.
The single version of "No Fair at All" featured overdubbed vocals by Jim Yester, while early pressings of the LP featured the same track with re-recorded vocals and no overdubs. This was replaced on later copies with the single version.
In 1967, Warner Bros. absorbed the Valiant label and reissued this album along with the group's first album, And Then...Along Comes The Association. However, unlike the first album's reissue, all known Warner Bros. copies of Renaissance were issued in original, unaltered album covers in which all Valiant identifications were kept intact.