9 thoughts on “ The Devils Answer - Atomic Rooster - The Best Of (DVD) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Devil's Answer on Discogs.
  2. Jun 16,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Atomic Rooster - Devil's Answer at Discogs. Complete your Atomic Rooster collection/5(94).
  3. 'Devil's Answer' is a decent compilation of twelve BBC session recordings plus three live tunes that were pulled from a gig. Carl Palmer are on the first two cuts "Friday The 13th" and "Seven Lonely Streets"/5(12).
  4. out of 5 stars Atomic Rooster - 'Devil's Answer' (Hux Records) Reviewed in the United States on December 15, Keep in mind that this CD was, in fact my first Rooster release I've ever heard, even though I've known OF them for ages now/5(13).
  5. Atomic Rooster - Devil's Answer / Rare Live Recordings (/81 uk, classic hard prog rock, rare material) It was during the American Tour of "Crazy World of Arthur Brown" that Vincent's latent psychiatric problems first manifested themselves, in the form of manic escapades.
  6. Devil's Answer. Devil's Answer is a compilation album of live recordings by British rock band Atomic Rooster. It was released on by Hux Records and contains every extant in-studio session the band recorded for BBC Radio, as well as three live in-concert tracks.
  7. Atomic Rooster made an appearance on the Top of the Pops, and toured to support the album. In June , just before they began configuring their line-up once again, the single "Devil's Answer" hit No. 4 in the UK. Atomic Rooster began recording In Hearing of Atomic Rooster (UK No. 18).
  8. Devil's Answer Lyrics: People are looking but they don't know what to do / It's the time of the season for the people like you / Come back tomorrow, show the scars on your face / It's a clue to the.
  9. It isn't such good news, perhaps, that the version of their British hit "Devil's Answer" is one of those tracks, although at least the lineup on that performance -- Vincent Crane, Paul Hammond, and John DuCann -- is the same as the trio that comprised the Rooster during part of the early '70s.

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