Rainbow's End (album)

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Rainbow's End
Album cover depicting a young woman in a room with arched window opening looking onto dark clouds parting. A small rainbow is displayed at the feet of the woman.
Studio album by Resurrection Band
Released 1979
Recorded Pumpkin Studios,
Chicago, Illinois, 1979
Genre Christian rock
Length 36:23
Label Star Song
Producer Resurrection Band
Resurrection Band chronology
Awaiting Your Reply
(1978)Awaiting Your Reply1978
Rainbow's End
Alternative cover
Album cover depicting a young woman in a room with arched stained-glass windows. A small rainbow is displayed at the feet of the woman.
Alternative cover art with the inner sleeve reversed
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
CCM Magazine (?) [1]
Firestream 4/5 stars [2]

Rainbow's End is the second full-length album by American Christian rock band Resurrection Band, released in 1979.

Recording history

Resurrection Band continues in its Led Zeppelin-inspired rock vein with this record.[1] This release is significant for the inclusion of "Afrikaans," the first anti-apartheid song ever released by an American rock band,[citation needed] one full year before Peter Gabriel brought the issue to listeners' attention with "Biko." Although the band was greatly pleased with this album, that sentiment was not shared by the record label, and Rainbow's End would be the band's last release for Star Song.

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Midnight Son" Glenn Kaiser 3:23
2. "Strongman" Tom Cameron, Stu Heiss, Kaiser, Jon Trott 3:18
3. "Afrikaans" Kaiser 3:35
4. "Skyline" Cameron, Jim Denton, Kaiser 3:11
5. "Paint a Picture" Heiss, Kaiser 4:53
6. "Rainbow's End" Cameron, Denton, Heiss, Kaiser, John Herrin 3:49
7. "Concert for a Queen" Kaiser 3:17
8. "Sacrifice of Love" Kaiser 3:04
9. "The Wolfsong" Heiss, Kaiser 3:14
10. "Everytime It Rains" Denton, Kaiser 4:48
Total length: 36:30

The title track was never played live until Resurrection Band's final concert at the Cornerstone Festival in 2000.



Album Design

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).


  1. ^ a b "Reviews / Rainbow's End". CCM Magazine. 2 (4): 12. October 1979. ISSN 1524-7848.
  2. ^ [1][dead link]
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