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Klaatu - Sir Army Suit mp3 download

Performer: Klaatu
Title: Sir Army Suit
Style: Contemporary Pop/Rock
Location: Sounds Interchange. Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Duration: 35:38
Released: 1978
Date of recording: August, 1977 - May, 1978
Size MP3 version: 1793 mb
Size FLAC version: 1830 mb
Size WMA version: 1978 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 734
Genre: Pop Rock

Klaatu - Sir Army Suit mp3 download

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Sir Army Suit is the third album recorded by the Canadian rock band Klaatu.

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On the back cover: ⓟ & ⓒ 1978 Daffodil Records.

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Album Name Sir Army Suit. Released date August 1978. Produced by Terry Brown. Music StyleProgressive Rock. Members owning this album0. 1. A Routine Day. 3:10.

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A Routine Day, 03:11.

Sir Army Suit is one cool album. By "cool" I mean songs like "Older" and "Mister Manson" are the kind of songs kids in todays world would instantly love and appreciate. They both feature insanely catchy vocal melodies, and the latter even reminds me of late 70's Blue Oyster Cult such as "Godzilla". Klaatu could very well be the most underrated band of the late 70's. Instead of dwelling on the fact they aren't the Beatles, just embrace them for what they are- the second best pop band ever.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 A Routine Day John Woloschuk Klaatu 3:10
2 Juicy Luicy John Woloschuk Klaatu 3:38
3 Everybody Took a Holiday Dee Long Klaatu 3:00
4 Older Dee Long Klaatu 3:17
5 Dear Christine John Woloschuk Klaatu 3:55
6 Mister Manson Dee Long Klaatu 4:13
7 Tokeymore Field John Woloschuk Klaatu 3:29
8 Perpetual Motion Machine Dee Long Klaatu 3:13
9 Chérie Dee Long Klaatu 3:06
10 Silly Boys Dee Long / John Woloschuk Klaatu 4:58


Dave Bradley - Executive Producer
Terry Brown - Engineer, Producer
Guy Charbonneau - Engineer
Terry Draper - Drums, Group Member, Percussion, Quotes Researched & Compiled, Vocals
Jim Hoeck - Executive Producer
Klaatu - Engineer, Executive Producer, Primary Artist, Producer
Joe Lambert - Remastering
Dee Long - Composer
Dean Motter - Photography
Erik Robertson - Arranger
Jamie Vernon - Executive Producer, Repackaging
John Woloschuk - Bass, Composer, Group Member, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Keyboards, Liner Notes, Quotes Researched & Compiled, Vocals
Sir Army Suit was unfortunately and unjustifiably panned when released. It was a retreat from the prog-rock ambitions of Hope, resulting from John Woloschuk's exhaustion in producing that masterpiece. Additionally, the Beatle-hype had worn off, resulting in the inevitable backlash. Which is ironic because Sir Army Suit is one of the most tuneful of Klaatu's albums. Although it lacks a masterpiece like "Calling Occupants from Interplanetary Craft," "Sub-Rosa Subway," or "Little Neutrino" from the first album, its songs are generally better than the rest of that first album. "A Routine Day" and "Dear Christine" were two of the singles, and irrepressibly tuneful. The third single, "Juicy Lucy" was the band's only nod to the disco music dominating the charts. Klaatu did a good job with it, but it might turn off some Klaatu fans. Some of the album's best cuts, however, never became singles nor were released on the Peaks compilation, which makes this album worth owning. "Everybody Took a Holiday," "Tokeymore Field," and "Perpetual Motion Machine" are all incredibly melodic and sound like updated versions of the best of the British invasion songs. The band made animated videos for all these songs. Cherie is a re-recording of an early B-side single. "Silly Boys" closes the CD with backwards recording from Anus of Uranus, but manages to be better than that song.
This might be even better then their first album. Pure 60's Pop tunes. Perfect for a drive in the car on a sunny summer day.
Sir Army Suite is sort of the opposite of their last album. That album had two absolutely wonderful songs, and everything else was terrible. This album has two or three really awful songs (Mr. Manson, Silly Boys) but everything else is terrific. This was a rather transitional album for Klaatu. It's considerably less quirky than their first two albums, aiming for a more pure pop approach, and it works very well, Unfortunately it could also be a sign of what was to come on their next album; completely generic pop. It's my favorite Klaatu album.