Create account Log in

Made In England


Download links and information about Made In England by Atomic Rooster. This album was released in 1972 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Progressive Rock, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:14:19 minutes.

Artist: Atomic Rooster
Release date: 1972
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Progressive Rock, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:14:19
Buy on iTunes $9.99
Buy on Amazon $8.99
Buy on iTunes $9.99


No. Title Length
1. Time Take My Life 6:01
2. Stand By Me 3:46
3. Little Bit of Inner Air 2:39
4. Don't Know What Went Wrong 3:59
5. Never to Lose 3:16
6. Breathless 5:16
7. Space Cowboy 3:18
8. People You Can't Trust 3:52
9. All In Satan's Name 4:44
10. Close Your Eyes 3:47
11. Stand By Me (BBC Session) 3:23
12. Breakthrough (BBC Session) 3:06
13. Save Me (BBC Session) 3:41
14. Close Your Eyes (BBC Session) 2:38
15. Stand By Me (BBC In Concert, Paris Theatre, 27th July, 1972) 5:00
16. People You Can't Trust (BBC In Concert, Paris Theatre, 27th July, 1972) 4:40
17. All In Satan's Name (BBC In Concert, Paris Theatre, 27th July, 1972) 4:01
18. Devil's Answer (BBC In Concert, Paris Theatre, 27th July, 1972) 7:12



The third incarnation of English prog rockers, Atomic Rooster make their debut on Made in England (1972). The group began as a trio featuring former Crazy World of Arthur Brown member Vincent Crane (organ), Nick Graham (bass), and Carl Palmer (drums). After a few significant shuffles within the lineup, only Crane continued with the name, recruiting Mick Jagger protégé Chris Farlowe (vocals), Rick Parnell (percussion), and Steve Bolton (guitars) as the next generation. They have an edgy and somewhat brooding sound, recalling early Mott the Hoople discs such as the highly underrated Mad Shadows (1970). Much of the material reveals the quartet's slightly funky groove, such as the pulsating "Stand by Me," or the gospel-inflection on the spoken "Introduction," which prefaces the Crane instrumental "Breathless." Somewhat misplaced is the orchestration — especially on "Time Take My Life" — which tends to congest the otherwise driving arrangement. Parnell penned a pair of the finest contributions on Made in England, the slinky "Little Bit of Inner Air," as well as the Southern rock-tinged "All in Satan's Name." The latter comes off like a blend of the Allman Brothers and Deep Purple. Bolton supplies the power ballad "Never to Lose," as well as "Space Cowboy," which develops into an electric hoedown following a somewhat off-balance and synth-heavy keyboard intro. Bolton would be the next casualty of the combo, leading to the formation of the criminally underrated Headstone. A successful North American tour resulted in Made in England, which charted briefly in the U.S., and would be the final Atomic Rooster album to do so. The band would successfully continue under Crane's tutelage until the early '80s, when he joined up with a post-"Come on Eileen" Dexys Midnight Runners.