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Crack the Sky

Discussion in 'Progressive Rock' started by joe, Aug 7, 2010.

  1. joe

    joe Senior Member

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    Crack the Sky's s/t debut recieved much critical acclaim and Rolling Stone citied it as the album of the year for 1975. Though it never had a hit single it recieved a lot of airplay.





    Thier follow-up, Animal Notes(1976) was a huge disappointment as it took on more of a darker theme.



    In 1978 a live album was issued followed by Safety in Numbers. Vocalist/song writer John Palumbo left half way through. The magnificant "Nuclear Apathy" was the highlight.


    John Palumbo returned to the band in 1980 after a solo Lp. The band still continues on today but has never lived up to thier eponymous album.
     
  2. rtbuck

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    Great Band!! I love their live record where they did a killer cover of "I am the Walrus"
     
  3. LG

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    I have the debut album Joe, but it is the only one of theirs I own.

    Thanks for writing this thread for them.:grinthumb
     

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