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Crack the Sky


Intensifying rock group Split the Sky was shaped within the Ohio River Valley region in 1975 by frontman John Palumbo, guitarists Jim Griffiths and Rick Witkowski, bassist Joe Macre, and drummer Joey D’Amico. Based on the site at www.crackthesky.com, the music group was originally dubbed ArcAngel, creating a loyal following within the Cleveland and Baltimore golf club circuits before putting your signature on towards the Lifesong label to concern their self-titled debut LP, which earned critical acclaim for Palumbo’s acerbic lyrics as well as the tunes’ complex constructions and time adjustments. Commercial incentive was minimal, nevertheless, and after completing Split the Sky’s second LP, 1976’s Pet Records, Palumbo exited to pursue a single profession. D’Amico assumed business lead vocal responsibilities on 1978’s Security in Figures, with vocalist Gary Lee Chappell presented within the Live Sky launch. Split the Sky after that disbanded, however in 1980 Palumbo, Witkowski, and keyboardist Vince DePaul briefly reformed the group to record the Light Music record before once again dissolving. Palumbo after that formed another brand-new lineup for some albums including Photoflamingo, Globe in Movement I, and Fresh before reuniting with Witkowski, D’Amico, and DePaul for some 1986 live schedules on the Baltimore membership Hammerjacks and finally a fresh 1989 studio room LP, In the Greenhouse. Dog Town implemented in 1990, and Split the Sky infrequently reunited through the entire decade to arrive.

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Full Name Crack the Sky
Music Songs She’s a Dancer, Nuclear Apathy, Hot Razors in My Heart, Lighten Up McGraw, Maybe I Can Fool Everybody, Surf City, Techni Generation, Hot Razors, Rangers at Midnight, Hold On / Surf City, Robots for Ronnie, Invaders From Mars, We Want Mine, All American Boy, A Sea Epic, Skin Deep, Long Nights, I Don’t Have a Tie, Songs of Soviet Sons, Mind Baby, Poptown, Animal Skins, From the Greenhouse, The Radio Cries, Living With the Lights On, A Night on the Town, Wet Teenager, Give Myself to You, Too Cold to Be Cool, All Fly Away, Eileen, I Lean on You, I Am The Walrus
Albums Safety in Numbers, Animal Notes, White Music, Crack the Sky, Live Sky, From the Greenhouse, Photoflamingo, World in Motion 1, Raw, Live on WBAB, Machine, Ghost, Dogs from Japan, Cut, The End, Live—Recher Theatre 06.19.99, The Sale, Crack Attic, Rare!, Dog City, Ostrich, Alive and Kickin' Ass, Safety In Numbers - 21st Century Redux - Featuring John Palumbo, Classic Crack

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