Sleepwalker is the fifteenth studio album by the English rock group, The Kinks, released in 1977. It marked a return to straight-ahead, self-contained rock songs after several years of concept albums. It is the first album in what critics usually call the "arena rock" phase of the group, in which more commercial and mainstream production techniques would be employed. The album also marks the last appearance of bassist John Dalton, who left the band during the recording sessions
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Arista had made it clear they would not accept any concept albums from the Kinks, and Sleepwalker, their first effort for the label, makes good on the band's promise. Comprised entirely of glossy arena rockers and power ballads, the album is more of a stylistic exercise than a collection of first-rate songs. Ray Davies contributed a handful of fairly strong songs, highlighted by the exceptional "Juke Box Music," which sees him in a shockingly resigned frame of mind, claiming that rock & roll is just rock & roll, and nothing more
Produced by Jeremy Most. Something in the air is calling me Turn the light on Something about the night that makes you see What you don’t want I think about it every time I sleep There is someone Creeping at me, swear they're haunting me Telling me Run.
But Sleepwalker - the first Kinks album since Lola that’s unencumbered by either a horn section or female vocal chorus - is a clear-cut triumph both for Davies and the band. A few of these songs smack of the self-righteousness that’s hindered Davies’ recent writing; but the beautiful Stormy Sky, in which clouds become a symbol for romantic conflict, and Full Moon, a scary tune about madness and loss of self-recognition, are among his best efforts. The Kinks’ playing on Sleepwalker is easily their most powerful since Lola. Dave Davies’ aggressive guitar work is pushed into the forefront, and the intensity of his lead work seems to rouse the entire group. One is continually reminded just what a fine and forceful band the Kinks can be as those ethereal falsetto backing vocals, so long dormant, rise again like the spirit of Sunny Afternoon and Waterloo Sunset.