Galactic Zoo Dossier - Arthur Brown & Kingdom Come

Galactic Zoo Dossier
Released on 22/02/10 Esoteric Recordings are proud to announce the release of a newly re-mastered and expanded of Galactic Zoo Dossier , the first album by Arthur Brown's Psych / Space Rock outfit Kingdom Come. Issued on Polydor in 1971, the album launched the band, gaining instant notoriety. Touching on the musical territory of fellow travellers Hawkwind, Galactic Zoo Dossier was a masterwork and is now rightly regarded as a classic. This newly remastered edition includes bonus tracks of three alternate versions of Metal Monster , Space Plucks and Sunrise , together with both tracks from a BBC Radio One John Peel session from March 1971 (previously unreleased on CD).
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Code: ECLEC2179
Weight: 200
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Internal Messenger / Space Plucks / Galactic Zoo / Metal Monster / Simple Man / Night Of The Pigs / Sunrise / Trouble / Brains / Medley: Galactic Zoo (Part Two) Space Plucks (Part Two) Galactic Zoo (Part Three) / Creep / Creation / Gypsy Escape / No Time / Bonus Tracks - Sunrise (Alternate Version) / Metal Monster (Alternate Version) / Space Plucks Dem Bones
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