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  1. Recordings #1 - #9 first released on Crack The Sky LP LS (℗ Lifesong Records) and released first time on cd in as part of Lifesong Long Play Compact Disc Crack The Sky & White Music #LSCD (℗ Lifesong Records).
  2. Crack The Sky – Crackology/Living In Reverse • A 2 CD set that includes both albums released in August • Crackology contains all new recordings of 13 songs that span the over 40 year career of the band and the first time it has been available on CD.
  3. Get this from a library! Crack The Sky: All Access. [Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm); Films Media Group.; MVD Entertainment Group.;] -- This first authorized film production of Crack The Sky premieres scenes from the band's headlining performance at Philadelphia's Rites of Spring Festival. An additional hour of material features.
  4. Crack The Sky. Más de M de visualizaciones, actualizado el 17 de Abril del con 'Amon Amarth - Crack the Sky', el playlist tiene una duración de 1 horas .
  5. 15 new songs written by Crack The Sky's John Palumbo. All performed, arranged, and recorded by the band, with Joe Macre producing. Many have already become favorites at their live shows including L'Acte de Patriote and American Refugee. "The Sale" is a scathing remark on the American condition as we wobble into the 21st century.
  6. Feb 27,  · Crack The Sky - Warner Theatre: DC Broadcast This is one serious kick ass great sounding bootleg of Crack the Sky from way back in Broadcast live on WWDC, DC, part of their Dollar and One Cent concert series they used to do.
  7. Crack The Sky. Active on and off since the early '70s, long-running progressive rock group Crack the Sky built a loyal following in the Baltimore area that stuck with them as they rode the tides of the music industry over the next several decades. Characterized by tightly wound playing, quickly shifting song structures, and high-concept lyrics from vocalist John Palumbo, the band's early.

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