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Only for completionists (0%). The best Crack The Sky albums equal the best material by peers like 10cc, Queen and Max Webster. Animal Notes' is their second album, and along with successor 'Safety In Numbers', it's a high point in their discography. Both are recommended to all prog fans. Coming off the quirky but relatively conservative self-titled debut, John Palumbo led Crack The Sky through eight engaging numbers on 'Animal Notes'.
Coming as it did after Crack the Sky's critically acclaimed first album, the darker, more cynical Animal Notes was something of a shock. The grim lyrics are still expressed with a dash of humor, but on the first four songs, the laughs are through clenched teeth. Animal Skins," which may be the best track on the album, skewers organized religion with bitter wit, and "Maybe I Can Fool Everybody Tonight" is told from.
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Album · 1975 · 8 Songs. More By Crack the Sky. See All. Crack the Sky. 1974. Alive and Kickin' Ass. 2006. Safety In Numbers - 21st Century Redux (feat.
Perhaps Crack the Sky was trying to go more mainstream with Animal Notes, but if so, they didn't sacrifice their songwriting one bit. Most bands would have changed their songwriting to a more commercial style while losing their distinctive creative edge in the process, but not these guys apparently. That's commendable in my book. Nuclear Apathy" is the epic highlight of the entire album. It reminds me of Rush with the aggressive and progressive rock style of heavy guitar riffage (along with the acoustic intro, totally reminiscent of something from their 2112 album) but I'm more concerned with something else entirely. I get the feeling Steven Tyler was listening to this song because the first line gives me the impression that Steven altered the words ever so slightly and used them for the Aerosmith hit "Livin' on the Edge".
Crack the Sky. We Want Mine, 04:55. Maybe I Can Fool Everybody, 05:56. Now playing: George Michael Faith. Europe The Final Countdown. Rag'n'Bone Man Giant.
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|A4||Maybe I Can Fool Everybody (Tonight)||5:55|
|B1||Rangers At Midnight||7:35|
|B3||Invaders From Mars||3:31|
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