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Crack The Sky

 

Heavy Prog

1.40 | 9 ratings

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Evolver
Special Collaborator
Crossover & JazzRock/Fusion Teams
1 stars After John Palumbo left Crack The Sky when they were recording and touring for "Safety In Numbers", he somehow regained control and brough only guitarist Rick Witkowski and touring keyboardist Vince DePaul with him. Too bad.

I mentioned in another review for this band that one of the best things about them was the interplay between the bassist and drummer, and the two guitarists. Well, with all but one of the guitarists leaving, none of that interplay exists on this album.

The songs are all short, unimaginative, and forgettable, with the possible exception of "Song Of Soviet Sons". But that song isn't worth the price of admission.

Run away fast if someone dares to play this album around you.

Evolver | 1/5 |

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