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KINGDOM COME

Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.35 | 36 ratings

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Clark Ashton
3 stars Depending on your taste; Kingdom Come's eponymous second output might be better than you are led to believe! I have to admit that Water, Love is a spirit, City melody, & Traffic light song are, IMO, pure shit (must be why they were pushed back on the cd's tracklist.)! But The teacher, The experiment, & The whirlpool are some of the most chaotic and well executed pieces Brown ever released. The hymn is, well, after a bizarre spoken intro, a hymn a la theatrical power ballad.

Even with all of the filler material on this album The teacher, The experiment, & The whirlpool are way better than anything on tha drum-machine driven "Journey".

Clark Ashton | 3/5 |

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