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Hope, released in September 1977, is the second album by the Canadian rock group Klaatu. It won a Juno Award for "Best Engineered Album" and a Canadian Music Critics award for "Best Album" in 1977. An alternate version of Hope was released in 2005 as part of the group's Sun Set collection of rarities. The alternate version on Sun Set includes the complete contributions of the London Symphony Orchestra, which had largely been removed from the version released in 1977.

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Klaatu frequently alternated between Beatlesque pop, the showy guitar rock and vocal theatrics of early Queen, and the electronic orchestral techniques pioneered by Walter Carlos, or worked all three into the structure of a four- or five-minute song.

And The Walls Came Tumbling Down. The most amazing part of this entire story comes at the climax and the return to normalcy. Every album sold less and less numbers until finally, after the fifth album release in 1981, Klaatu, much like the very band they rivaled in skill, talent, and enjoyability, disbanded to release bits of solo material here and there to the dismay of their true fans. Remembering the Real: Klaatu. There's never been a stranger career than that experienced by the three (not four!) members of Klaatu. They rose to fame, recognized as the equals of The Beatles, and dropped just as fast.

Endangered Species (Klaatu album).

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Klaatu was a Canadian progressive rock band formed in 1973 and disbanded in 1982. Members John Woloschuk, Dee Long and Terry Draper lived in Toronto. They released five studio albums, the most famous of which is the 1976 debut 3:47 EST (AKA Klaatu), which, due to a rumor started by a DJ, was believed by some to be a front for new work by the Beatles.

Redirected from John Woloschuk). Klaatu was a Canadian psychedelic pop group formed in 1973 by the duo of John Woloschuk and Dee Long. After recording two non-charting singles, drummer Terry Draper was added to the line-up; this trio would comprise Klaatu throughout the rest of the band's recording career.

Canada’s Record Month called it a terrific concept album, while Trouser Press said it was an impressive sci-fi answer to Bowie. Klaatu formed when John Woloschuk began working at English producer/engineer Terry Brown’s Toronto Sound Studio in September 1974. Brown heard and liked the demos Woloschuk had made with guitarist Dee Long and signed them to his production company.