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Atomic Rooster - The Lost Broadcasts flac
Performer: Atomic Rooster
Title: The Lost Broadcasts
Label: Gonzo Multimedia
Country: UK
Released: 2011
Style: Prog Rock, Hard Rock
Cat: HST071DVD
Rating: 4.0/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1966 mb | MP3 size: 2870 mb | WMA size: 2457 mb
Genre: Rock

1Sleeping For Years4:45
2Breakthrough 36:53
3Breakthrough 26:49
5Breakthrough 16:48
6Tomorrow Night5:17
7Black Snake 17:13
8Save Me4:29
9Black Snake 27:00
10I Can't Take Any More12:55


Sessions for "The Beat Club"
Tracks 1-3 (4 Aug 1970) 14:12
Tracks 4,5 (22nd Feb 1971) 18:12
Tracks 6,8 (17 Feb 1972)
Tracks 7,9,10 (23 Feb 1972)

℗ & © Radio Bremen 1969 & 1979

Line-up details in cover notes only


  • Barcode: 5 060230 861432


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Radio Bremen
  • Copyright (c) – Radio Bremen
  • Licensed From – Studio Hamburg Distribution & Marketing GmbH
  • Distributed By – Gonzo Multimedia Group
  • Marketed By – Gonzo Multimedia Group



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Comments (1)
Atomic Rooster circa 1970-71 were one of the hottest and most influential heavy prog bands around, characterised by Vincent Crane's chunky robust organ work and catchy song writing that even spawned some good hit singles. Their influence can be heard in innumerable fringe Krautrock heavy bands of the early to mid 1970's, no doubt due to these Beat Club sessions.But then came along Chris Farlowe, a 60's soul/blues singer that I've never liked. He'd just ruined Colosseum (another originally excellent band) and the came along to ruin Atomic Rooster. He doesn't quite destroy two classics from the the third Atomic Rooster album "In Hearing Of" here, but I don't think I'll play them again.Verdict: a classic 32 minutes from 1970-71, including an awesome extended "I Can't Take Any More" and great quality too = well worth having!
Couldn't disagree more with the Chris Farlowe comments. I heard the Beat Club versions of Black Snake & Breakthrough before I heard the album 'In Hearing Of' and I must say that the album versions are disappointing compared to the Beat Club live versions. Not only does Farlowe's vocals give it some character, but Vincent Crane's keyboards sound a lot more dirty and 'true' rooster sound than the piano versions on the album. Would love to hear a complete live set from the Beat Club lineup.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lvhUYMTVSw