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Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.07 | 84 ratings

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broadwilliam
5 stars Yes, I agree, this album probably does deserve the 5 star rating. I think Kingdom Come were the first band I ever saw in concert, I believe the year this came out, at the 'Rainbow Theatre' in Finsbury Park, London England.. So I heard most of these tracks there, and already had the album. It had a very futuristic space sound, a lot of weird electronics going on. This won't be everyone's 'cup of tea', but it's quite an atmospheric, electronic soup, and still sounds good today. The album's cover version I had was the alternate one mentioned, with the band members featured prominently on the front.
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