Rainbow's End is the second full-length album by American Christian rock band Resurrection Band, released in 1979. Resurrection Band continues in its Led Zeppelin-inspired rock vein with this record. This release is significant for the inclusion of "Afrikaans," the first anti-apartheid song ever released by an American rock band, one full year before Peter Gabriel brought the issue to listeners' attention with "Biko.
Rainbow's End is the second album by Resurrection Band that was released in 1979. It continued the hard rock sound from their previous release. It includes "Afrikaans" which was one of the first anti-apartheid song of its time. This album was the end of Resurrection Band's relationship with Star Song records. Rumour has it that the record company found the bands hard rock sound too much for their label. Personally I doubt this as the album sold great and Star Song knew exactly who the were contracting with.
Resurrection Band chronology. Awaiting Your Reply (1978). Rainbow's End (1979). The gatefold LP for Rainbow's End originally came in a slipcase cover with die-cut windows on either side of the angel. Depending on which side was inserted, the windows revealed either heavenly clouds (as seen at left), or stained-glass windows (as seen in the album infobox above). Rainbow's End may refer to: Rainbow's End (album), a 1979 album by Resurrection Band. Rainbow's End", a song by Don Freeman and David Batteau from Sérgio Mendes' self-titled album from 1983. Rainbow's End (theme park), an amusement park in Auckland, New Zealand. Rainbow's End (1935 film), a 1935 American Western film.
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