Krokus (album)

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Krokus
Krokus cover.jpg
Studio album by Krokus
Released 1976
Genre Hard rock, progressive rock
Length 35:46
Label Schnoutz Records
Producer Krokus, Peter J. Mac Taggart
Krokus chronology
Krokus
(1976)
To You All
(1977)To You All1977
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic1/5 stars[1]

Krokus (also known - by the band in particular - as First Album[2]) is the self-titled first album by Swiss band Krokus. It was the only Krokus album to feature Hansi Droz and Remo Spadino. It is also the only Krokus album to show a progressive rock style. The album has become a collector's item since only 560 copies were ever pressed and it has never been made available since.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Majale" (Tommy Kiefer) - (2:56)
  2. "Angela Part One" (Chris von Rohr/Kiefer/Hansi Droz/Remo Spadino) - (3:00)
  3. "Energy" (Kiefer) - (5:04)
  4. "Mostsaphin" (Instrumental) (Kiefer) - (3:05)
  5. "No Way" (Kiefer) - (2:39)
  6. "Eventide Clockworks" (Instrumental) (von Rohr) - (1:10)
  7. "Freak Dream" (Peter Richard/Kiefer/Droz) - (3:35)
  8. "Jumpin’ In" (Richard/Droz) - (2:32)
  9. "Insalata Mysta" (Kiefer/Droz/Spadino) - (7:04)
  10. "Angela Part Two" (von Rohr/Kiefer/Droz/Spadino) - (1:37)
  11. "Just Like Every Day" (Richard) - (3:03)

Personnel[edit]

Additional musicians
  • Rebo - congas (2, 8, 10)
  • Peter Richard - vocals
  • Eric Mertz - emotional vocals (9)

References[edit]