|Studio album by Skatt Bros.|
|Released||November 6, 1979|
|Recorded||Phase One Recording Studios, Ltd., Toronto, Ontario
|Producer||Ian Guenther and Willi Morrison|
Strange Spirits is a 1979 album by the Skatt Brothers.
Casablanca supported this release with a single release in the US of "Dancing' For The Man" backed with "Walk The Night." A Village People-inspired video was also filmed for "Life At The Outpost," released as a single in other markets, notably in Australia where it was backed with "Midnight Companion." The video for "Life At The Outpost" was generated by their distributing record company in Australia (Polygram/Mercury), and is regarded as a misrepresentation of the band. No members of the Skatt Bros. appeared in the video. The KISS connections continue on this album, apart from the obvious Sean Delaney one: A KISS pinball machine features on the album's rear cover photograph, suitably obscured. "Walk The Night" was included on "The Casablanca Records Story" 4-CD box set in 1994.
Label: Casablanca Records & Filmworks
In 2010, European music company Premium Series reissued the Strange Spirits album with a bonus 9th track: Walk The Night (12 Inch Version). The reissue claimed to be "24 Bit Digitally Remastered From Original Master Tapes".
- "Dancin' For The Man" (Delaney) – 3:46
- "Fear Of Flying" (Morrison) - 3:44
- "Midnight Companion" (Delaney, Sweval) – 3:25
- "Walk The Night" (Andez, Fontana) – 3:53
- "Strange Spirits" (Sweval) – 4:21
- "Someone's Taken My Baby" (Delaney, Martin, Ross, Sweval) – 4:29
- "Life At The Outpost" (Delaney, Sweval) – 4:56
- "Old Enough" (Delaney, Sweval) – 5:43)
- Sean Delaney - Keyboards
- Pieter Sweval - Bass
- Richard Martin-Ross - Guitar
- David Andez - Lead Guitar
- Richie Fontana - Drums
- Craig Krampf - Drums
Recorded at: Phase One Recording Studios Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
First Engineer: George Semkiw
Assistant Engineers: Mick Walsh, Jeff Stobbs, Robin Brouwers
Mastered at Sterling Sound by George Marino
Art Direction: Phyllis Chotin
Photography: Dean Tokuno
Music video for "Life at the Outpost"