Crack The Sky | From The Greenhouse

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From The Greenhouse

by Crack The Sky

Progressive rock with funk and new wave
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. From the Greenhouse Crack the Sky
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2. Under Red Skies Crack the Sky
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3. Big Money Crack the Sky
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4. The Frozen Rain Crack the Sky
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5. Monkey Boy Crack the Sky
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6. All the Things We Do Crack the Sky
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7. Lost in America Crack the Sky
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8. Can I play For You Crack the Sky
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Album Notes
Crack the Sky was formed in the mid seventies by John Palumbo writer and vocals and Rick Witkowski guitar . In 1975 the band released it's first album, and Crack the Sky was declared by Rolling Stone magazine album of the year. Promotion and distribution problems prevented its widspread success. The Greenhouse single in 1989 reached top fifty in billboards top singles list. lots of words have been written about CTS band a quick look thru the internet will give you a small clue about this great band that is still considered America's best undiscovered band.


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Mind Numbingly Awesome
This is quite possibly the best album that CTS ever released, and was way ahead of its time. It is quite rare because albums flew off of the shelves when the title track hit the radio, then faded into obscurity. All of the tracks are just as, if not more provocative as the title track. This album is often compared with Pink Floyd, however CTS has a sound and a style that is quite unique. These tracks will make you think, but won't leave you wishing for a bottle of single malt.

I bought the MP3 version, complete with cover art months ago and have been enjoying it ever since. Highly recommended!