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Kansas

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Song for America is the second album by American rock band Kansas, released in 1975. The album was reissued in remastered format on CD in 2004. Endless touring had given Kansas a small following of loyal fans, some of whom would follow the group from one show to another. Despite the minor success of their debut album, they were still, for the most part, a struggling bar band. While Song for America did little to change that, it is regarded by many as their most progressive and heavy work, as their next albums would transit into a softer format. “Down the Road” is a typical example of Kansas with this heavy sound. Like the first album, the writing duties were divided between Kerry Livgren and the former members of White Clover, most notably vocalist/keyboardist Steve... Read on...

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More songs by Kansas (See Charts): Questions Of My Childhood, Got To Rock On, Perfect Lover, Opus Insert, Right Away, Miracles Out Of Nowhere, The Spider, Paradox, The Wall, and Magnum Opus.

Popular in Symphony (See Charts): I Hear A Symphony, I Hear A Symphony, When I Come Of Age, Symphony No. 7, Jillian, What Have You Done, Our Solemn Hour, Sonnet, The Swan Song, and Exogenesis.

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