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Crack The Sky

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1980

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Nuclear Apathy (8:32)
2. She's a Dancer (3:54)
3. Lighten Up McGraw (5:08)
4. Maybe I Can Fool Everybody (Tonight) (5:57)
5. Ice (4:36)
6. We Want Mine (4:54)
7. Long Nights (3:39)
8. Hold On/Surf City (6:54)

Total Time 43:34

Bonus tracks on cassette:
9. Let Me Go Home (A Visit to the Projects) (3:28)
10. Eileen, I Lean on You (3:53)

Line-up / Musicians

- John Palumbo / Guitar, lead vocals
- Gary Lee Chappell / Lead vocals (1,3,10)
- Rick Witkowski / Lead guitar
- Joe Macre / Bass guitar, harmonies
- Jim Griffiths / Lead guitar, harmonies
- Joey D'Amico / Drums, harmonies, lead vocals (7)

Releases information

Lifesong, compilation, 1980

The cassette version of this album includes two previously unreleased songs, which later appeared as bonus tracks on the CD reissue of the band's eponymous debut.

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