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The Arthur Brown Band

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3.22 | 13 ratings | 2 reviews | 8% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1988

Songs / Tracks Listing

PART ONE: THE COUNTRY
1. Life Jacket (2:03)
2. Purple Airport Of Love (3:08)
3. All Over The Country (2:24)
4. The Lord Doesnt Want You (3:03)

PART TWO: THE CITY
5. The Sound Of The City (5:39)

PART THREE: THE COSMOS
6. All Forms And Distinctions (5:40)
7. Beyond The See (4:33)
8. Planets Of The Universe (6:18)
9. Twisted Wreckage (1:05)
10. Hold On Cosmos (6:49)

PART FOUR: THE AFTERLIFE
11. Endless Sleep (2:23)

Rustic Hinges: REPLICAS
On The Lawn For 3
12. a) Excitation Wavelength (3:32)
13. b) Litmus Transformation (2:05)
14. c) Opus Pocus (3:17)
15. d) Crystallized Petard (6:53)
16. e) Kinesis (2:37)
17. f) But That Was Then That Was But (4:39)
18. High Tide Play Rustic Hinge (4:06)
19. Macedonia (2:28)

Total Time: 72:42

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Line-up / Musicians

- Android Funnel / guitar
- Arthur Brown / vocals
- Dennis Taylor / bass
- Drachen Theaker / drums
- George Kahn / saxophone
- Jonah Mitchell / organ

Releases information

LP/CD Reckless Records CDREC 2 (1988)

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THE ARTHUR BROWN BAND Strangelands ratings distribution


3.22
(13 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(8%)
8%
Excellent addition to any rock music collection(23%)
23%
Good, but non-essential (31%)
31%
Collectors/fans only (38%)
38%
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)
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Review by Sean Trane
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3 stars This album is supposedly the second album of The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown (recorded in the late 60's or early 70's but not released befotre 88) and I can tell that indeed this album is crazy and even insane. So insane that this comes across as even wilder than anything Kingdom Come had done also.

So insane that even after a three week stint in my deck getting regular rotation , I cannot seem to even grasp the slightest hint of the eventual concept behind this album. It might have come with liner notes , but this is a Voiceprint release , so I suppose this might have been a bit too much to ask of them. This album is obscure , psychic , weird (but this IS Arthur Brown) and voluntary done so , but unfortunately this is impenetrable for me but also to the few buddies of mine that have heard this. The sound quality is apt , but no miracle is to be expected as this was never released at the time. I suppose that some progheads might appreciate this album butit is likely to please more the space rock fans.

I will give this album a third star on the benefit of the doubt and as a mark of respect for Arthur Brown , but also in the hope that I might one day see better what this album is about.

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4 stars This album is just too crazy. I doubt the musicians were concious when recording this album. Although it lacks any concept, its first three pieces (Country, City and Cosmos) are all products of the same jam session. I'm sure I've never heard Drachen drumming so good and the organist is playing ... (read more)

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