Top Atomic Rooster Albums
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Space Cowboy
Space Cowboy
[2018]
On Air - Live at the BBC & Other Transmissions
On Air - Live at the BBC & Other Transmissions
[2018]
Their Hits
Their Hits
[2013]
The Devil's Answer
The Devil's Answer
[2012]
Anthology 1969-81
Anthology 1969-81
[2009]
The Devil Hits Back
The Devil Hits Back
[2008]
Homework
Homework
[2008]
Little Live Rooster - London 1972 - EP
Little Live Rooster - London 1972 - EP
[2007]
Best - Dance of Death
Best - Dance of Death
[2006]
The First 10 Explosive Years
The First 10 Explosive Years
[2006]
Future Shock
Future Shock
[2005]
Lose Your Mind
Lose Your Mind
[2005]
Millenium Collection
Millenium Collection
[2005]
In Hearing of Atomic Rooster (Expanded Deluxe Edition)
In Hearing of Atomic Rooster (Expanded Deluxe Edition)
[2004]
Live At the Marquee 1980
Live At the Marquee 1980
[2002]
Heavy Soul
Heavy Soul
[2001]
The First 10 Explosive Years Volume 2
The First 10 Explosive Years Volume 2
[2001]
Live in Germany 1983
Live in Germany 1983
[2000]
Atomic Rooster: Rarities
Atomic Rooster: Rarities
[2000]
Devils Answer
Devils Answer
[1998]
Live In Concert
Live In Concert
[1993]
Atomic Rooster
Atomic Rooster
[1980]
Nice 'n' Greasy
Nice 'n' Greasy
[1973]
In Hearing of Atomic Rooster
In Hearing of Atomic Rooster
[1972]
Made In England (Expanded Deluxe Edition)
Made In England (Expanded Deluxe Edition)
[1972]
Made In England
Made In England
[1972]
Death Walks Behind You (Expanded Deluxe Edition)
Death Walks Behind You (Expanded Deluxe Edition)
[1971]
Related Information for Atomic Rooster
Atomic Rooster was a British early 1970s touring hard rock/progressive rock band which continued on and off for a decade. The band was founded by the late British blues pianist Vincent Crane (21 May 1943 – 14 February 1989), originally with British drummer Carl Palmer, after Crane left The Crazy World of Arthur Brown which he had co-founded in 1966. Crane found himself in America in 1968 on his first American Tour supporting The Crazy World of Arthur Brown's "Fire" single and "Fire" album which topped the USA charts. The single was number one in England and Europe, and the album top five. The band headlined at that year's Reading Festival. In 1969 they returned to America playing Fillmore East and Madiso... read more