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Atomic Rooster

Atomic Rooster was a British progressive-rock group formed in 1969 with an original lineup of Vincent Crane (organ), Nick Graham (bass), and Carl Palmer (drums). Their debut album, Atomic Rooster, hit number 49 in the U.K. in June 1970, after which Graham and Palmer left the group. Crane maintained the name and recruited guitarist/singer John Cann and drummer Paul Hammond for the second album, Death Walks Behind You, which hit number 12 in the U.K., where it featured the number 11 single "Tomorrow Night," and number 90 in the U.S. Pete French of Cactus assisted on the third album, In Hearing Of, which featured the number-four U.K. single "The Devil's Answer" and reached number 18 in England and number 167 in America. Then the group split up again, and again Crane assembled a new Atomic Rooster, this time featuring singer Chris Farlowe, guitarist Steve Bolton, bassist Bill Smith, and drummer Rick Parnell. Made in England reached number 149 in the U.S. in 1972, but the group had split again by 1974. Crane fronted lineups of Atomic Rooster into the '80s, before taking up with Dexys Midnight Runners in 1983. In 1989, he committed suicide. ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi
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Roll up a big a** joint and lesson all day long!!!
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Atomic Rooster is another one of those great bands that we'd lessen to all night back in high school and try to say awake in school.
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brett_idomir
this came up on my Steely Dan Station...ne v e r was familiar...l i k e um tho!
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milosdad
Never heard of these gus before Pandora. The beauty of technology. I get introduced to great music from my era.
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Check out the crazy world.... on YouTube! Vincent n Auther talk about being atheists. Loved it!
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djgforce11
How the f**k did the founder of a seminal stoner band end up in a lame-a** outfit like Dexys Midnight Runners? No wonder he comitted suicide!
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in the hearing of i thought was the better lp 1st heard them in 72
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I saw these guys live in '69-'70.
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Wholly Moses! You think Chris Cornell has ever heard this guy sing?
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wndroads
seen them in germany 1971 in niteclub seated800 farout at the timeee unforgettabl e
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who is this fucken van in good mood,selling songs and offering selected discography. a n s w e a r - i swear this station offered full discography. t h i s van in charge has different goals-it is not discjokey.it is dickjockey.
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Good stuff ... did not realize Carl P. was only on the 1st LP.
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Solid Stuff - giving them a lot of air time on the college radio station.
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I saw them in 1971 in Rockville Maryland in small venul
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I saw them in Baltimore (Civic Center) along with J Geils,Jo Jo Gunn, And Cactus. And I'm STILL trippin'.... . !
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ububub333
the alltime underrated keyboard player in rock history
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josephhfieti v
I think this bio is missing a few things....Pe t e French joined Cactus after he was in Atomic Rooster, prior to AR he was in Leaf Hound.Atomic Rooster first started out as the backup band for rock madman Arthur Brown of "I bring you Hell Fire" fame.
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yeah they are almost totally forgotten... . what a shame!!
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this kicks tush - damn good sounding rock - crank it up and enjoy!
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Some of the most underrated rock and roll ever made.
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This is a pretty good band!

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