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Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.98 | 86 ratings

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loserboy
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4 stars The "God Of Hell Fire" returns with a terrifying foreboding album full of dark progressive moods and psychedelic auras. I really had no idea that these guys were so good and so progressive. With Authur Brown on vocals, Andy Dalby on guitars, Michael "Goodge" Harris on organ, Julian Paul Brown on VCS-3 synthesizer, Desmon Fisher on bass, and Martin "Slim" Steer on drums these guys were able to create an incredible album that simple "lives". In case anyone listens to this album for the first time I warn you that you may suffer severe brain damage. I guess you could place it somewhere in the company of a cross of good ol' VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR with maybe hints of ATOMIC ROOSTER, PINK FLOYD and hints of VANILLA FUDGE. Arthur Brown was know as an artist that did the unexpected and on this album there is a track "Metal Monster" which was recorded for a portion backwards and sounds like it is skipping... this is in fact intentional and not a manufactures defect. The end result is a quirky monster prog album with some amazing warm tones and wild stuff abounding. One of Unger's favs and a necessary album to own in your collection. But again I warn you it may blow you mind !
loserboy | 4/5 |

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