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True Life Hero - Klaatu - Klaatu (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. True Life Hero. True Life Hero. As a kid growing up in the 's I was exposed to a lot of music from my parents' extensive vinyl collection. I remember my dad telling me how people thought they were The Beatles who had secretly reunited and had recorded the album under the pseudonym of Klaatu and indeed you can hear their influence on /5(36).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Klaatu on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - ST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock4/5(13).
  3. In April a little known Canadian trio called Klaatu turned the music industry upside-down after their debut album, ' EST' was thought to be The Beatles reunited. A frenzy of conspiratorial propositions followed with radio stations helping urotlitatiternworlnisttinhumugest.xyzinfoye records/5(10).
  4. Jul 30,  · Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft · Klaatu EST ℗ Capitol Records, LLC Behind The Vinyl True Life Hero - Duration: Klaatu - Topic 14, views.
  5. Aug 25,  · But, again, there are large holes in Klaatu's mastertape archive. All of ' EST' is in the hands of the band except "True Life Hero" and "Sir Bodsworth Rugglesby'. 'True Life' was recorded on a tape that never made the leap from Eastern Sound Studio to Toronto Sound when producer Terry Brown moved his facility in -- a grievous oversight.
  6. The album was renamed Klaatu when released in the United States by Capitol Records. The album exemplifies Beatlesque rock. The Juno -nominated album cover was painted by a friend of Klaatu's members, the Canadian graphic artist, Ted Jones.
  7. A couple years ago I almost bought the Capital Klaatu/Klaatu Hope combo CD, but I didn't like the price. I'm so glad now that I didn't buy it then. I first heard Klaatu's debut on an 8-track tape with a friend of a friend's stereo in his car, parked in their garage way back in '76, or early '/5(30).
  8. E.S.T. epitomized the mutation of progressive-rock into art-rock, the complex song structures being replaced by an emphasis on sound clarity and expanded arrangements, as shown by the soft-spoken melodies and woolly symphonic sound of "Calling Occupants", that felt like the precursor to Buggles' tech-pop, The Alan Parsons Project's future incursions into soft-prog and AIR's ambient-pop.

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