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Klaatu - 3:47 E.S.T. Album


1Sub-Rosa Subway4:36
2Little Neutrino8:25
3Sir Bodsworth Rugglesby III3:22
4Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft7:14
5Doctor Marvello3:37
6Anus Of Uranus3:16
7True Life Hero3:25
8California Jam3:01


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
9216-10054Klaatu 3:47 E.S.T. ‎(LP, Album, 1st)Daffodil Records9216-10054Canada1976
ECS-80854Klaatu 3:47 E.S.T. ‎(LP, Album)Capitol RecordsECS-80854Japan1977
8XT 11542Klaatu Klaatu ‎(8-Trk, Album)Capitol Records8XT 11542US1976
9216-10054Klaatu 3:47 E.S.T. ‎(LP, Album)Oasis Record Co.9216-10054South Korea1987
6470Klaatu Klaatu ‎(LP, Album)Capitol Records6470Argentina1976


  • Cover [Art]Ted Jones
  • Producer, Composed ByKlaatu


Cover and spine read: Klaatu.
Label reads: 3:47 E.S.T.

Released with a cardboard inner lyrics-sleeve

The four-point MAPL icons (Music, Artist, Performance, Lyrics) indicate all tracks are 100% Canadian Content (CanCon)


  • Rights Society: CAPAC


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Daffodil Records
  • Manufactured By – Capitol Records-EMI Of Canada Limited
  • Distributed By – Capitol Records-EMI Of Canada Limited
  • Published By – Klaatoons, Inc.


3:47 EST is the debut album by the Canadian progressive rock group Klaatu, released in August 1976. The album was renamed Klaatu when released in the United States by Capitol Records. The album exemplifies Beatlesque rock. The Juno-nominated album cover was painted by a friend of Klaatu's members, the Canadian graphic artist, Ted Jones. Rumours spread in the wake of the album's release that Klaatu were, in fact, a secretly reunited Beatles. The album was moderately successful in the United States. Songs in album Klaatu - 3:47 . Remaster 2002. Klaatu - Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft. Klaatu - California Jam. Klaatu - Anus Of Uranus. Klaatu - Sub-Rosa Subway. Album 1976 8 Songs. 3:47 EST. Rock 1976. This album was a total enigma when it was first released in 1976. Each song had its own eccentric personality, and the entirety sounded like the concoction of some strange rock orchestra from the netherworld. The Beatles tag nailed to this band may have helped album sales, but in actuality only the song Sub Rosa Subway sounded anything like them it's a convoluted It's All Too Much melody with McCartney-esque vocals. This is a video review of the debut album from Canadian psychedelicprogressive rock act Klaatu, '3:47 EST'. Although it's a bit 3:47 EST. The origin of the title come from the 1951 science fiction film The Day the Earth Stood Still, the alien emissary Klaatu arrives in Washington, D. at 3:47 in the afternoon Eastern Standard Time. One of the bands member viewed a screening and was immediately impressed by the appropriateness of the character Klaatus arrival time on earth as the title of the band Klaatus debut record album. Bands Newsletter. 3:47 est q&a. Progressive Rock. Band Name Klaatu. Album Name 3:47 . Type Album. Released date 11 August 1976. Labels Capitol Records Daffodil Records. is a music studio album recording by KLAATU Prog RelatedProgressive Rock released in 1976 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. This page includes 3:47 . KLAATU 3:47 . Essential: a masterpiece of rock music13. First album from Klaatu, called 3:47 . in Canada and just Klaatu in the rest of the world. Elenco tracce. Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft. According to the film, hostile alien Klaatu the bad guy arrives in Washington D. at exactly 3:47 Eastern Standard Time. Klaatu gained some minor attention in 197677 when this album was thought to be a secret, re-united Beatles album recorded under a fake band name. It wasn't


Klaatu - 3:47 E.S.T. Album
3:47 E.S.T.
FLAC size:
2031 mb
MP3 size:
2866 mb
WMA size:
1190 mb
Capitol Records
Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Catalog №:
SBA 16054
So I finally gave this a listen, and it's pretty tight. Some of the lyrics cross into cringe territory, but hopefully if you're considering this you are down to have a little fun, and being ridiculous is what prog is all about. And I guess this is prog, though mostly in its scope, and not in technical ability... they're not mathy AT ALL... at times the band is actually a little busted. In a good way again tho. "True Life Hero" has some pretty sick riffs, but again, with the title, pretty cool guys. So yeah most of this album is tight. And then comes Ruggelsby and I promise I thought my wife had switched the record out with a muppets album because it straight up sounds like Rolf singing. Tickled me the wrong way, it was a little too comedy Bonzo level. Then they get right back in with some sick shit on Neutrino.
As a Klaatu and Muppets fan, I agree. It is so Rolf!!! Good find, but now I can't get this out of my head and I hear the song as a comedy every time it plays lol :)
For those born in the last thirty years or so, you might find it interesting to note that when this album appeared there were quite many people who for some unknown reason believed that Klaatu was in fact The Beatles performing under a pseudonym. How anyone could have thought this is a mystery to me, although their harmonies were vaguely in the ballpark. But it is a fact that is what many people believed. Consider I guess that people believe in UFO's so the reality is not always so important as what makes someone happy to think is reality.
FAKE NEWS ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­ ­
They believed the Beatles rumour for a very good reason. Steve Smith of the Rhode Island Journal said they were. And everyone believed it.
From where the Carpenters poached 'Calling Occupants'Lush vocoder [or voicebox] on 'Little Neutrino'
Dude I should hardly call it "poached". The Carpenters cover of this song, which I thought was a dumb idea I will grant you (because it is a dumb song to begin with), made more money for the group than their own album ever did. So I expect they did not complain.
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