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Compositionally, probably their best album since Experiments in Mass Appeal (YMMV, but I hated how electronic Falling Satellites was.) Lyrically, probably the best one they've ever done. Other three songs are called Skywards, Kill the Orchestra, and Repeat to Fade, in that order.
 
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Arthur Brown is often attributed as having invented the stage show. When he sang "Fire" he would be lowered onto stage from the rafters with burning horns on his head.

Today he released a remaster with Carmine Appice on drums.
 
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Arthur Brown is often attributed as having invented the stage show. When he sang "Fire" he would be lowered onto stage from the rafters with burning horns on his head.

Today he released a remaster with Carmine Appice on drums.

Never heard of this guy, but wow did King Diamond steal his whole shtick.
 

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Do yourself a favor and listen to this Camel concert from shortly after Mel Collins (King Crimson, Roger Waters, Alan Parsons Project, Dire Straits, Rolling Stones, and so many others) joined the band on saxophones and flute.