Rapture in the Chambers

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Rapture in the Chambers
Studio album by Spirit
Released 1989
Genre Rock, psychedelic rock
Length 38:44
Label I.R.S.
Producer Randy California
Spirit chronology
The Thirteenth Dream
(1984)
Rapture in the Chambers
(1988)
Tent of Miracles
(1990)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Rapture in the Chambers was a 1989 album by Spirit.

It was their first "proper" album since their 1984 album Spirit of 84, which had featured the entire original line-up. Their albums since that time had mostly consisted of archival releases. It was also their final album for an established label, IRS Records.

The primary line-up for this album was Randy, Ed and John Locke. Mark Andes also appeared on two tracks, and Randy's sister Janet provided harmony vocals on Hard Love and "Shera: Princess of Power".

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Randy California except noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Hard Love"   Andes, California 3:18
2. "Love Tonight"     2:45
3. "Thinking Of"     4:10
4. "Rapture In The Chambers"     3:15
5. "Mojo Man"     2:29
6. "Contact"   California, Locke 2:42
7. "The Prisoner"     4:16
8. "One Track Mind"     3:22
9. "Enchanted Forest"     3:28
10. "Human Sexuality"     2:56
11. "Shera Princess Of Power"   California, Cassidy, Locke 4:35
12. "End Suite"   California, Cassidy 1:28

Personnel[edit]

Spirit[edit]

Additional personnel
  • Curly Smith - Drums, vocals, percussion
  • Janet Wolfe - Vocals

Production[edit]

  • Mike Nile - Engineer
  • Scott Campbell - Engineer
  • Donald Krieger - Art Direction, Design
  • Rocky Schenck - Photography

References[edit]