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Save Me - Atomic Rooster - Save Me / Space Cowboy (Vinyl)


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  1. Save Me This song is by Atomic Rooster and appears on the album Nice 'n' Greasy (). Save me! save me! save me! save me! Wake up in the night, stare into the dark You can feel your fear tearing at your heart Trying to lock the door, there is no escape I'll be watching you, every move you make Someone please, please help me No one will save you, though they try Someone please, please.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Stand By Me on Discogs. Label: Dawn (7) - DNS • Format: Vinyl 7 Atomic Rooster - Stand By Me (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  3. May 18,  · Atomic Rooster were an English progressive rock band, composed of former members of the The Crazy World of Arthur Brown.
  4. Four CD collection containing every album and single track recorded by the legendary Atomic Rooster between - Sleeping for Years is a clamshell boxed set anthologizing all the recordings made by the band on the classic albums Atomic Rooster, Death Walks Behind You, In Hearing of Atomic Rooster, Made In England and Nice n' Greasy and on such hit singles as 'Tomorrow Night' and 'Devil /5(23).
  5. Mar 10, - Explore albertgoedhart5's board "Atomic Rooster", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Atomic rooster, Rooster, Progressive rock pins.
  6. Mar 19,  · - Atomic Rooster ( UK) ¤ Vinyl (6 LP, ) ¤ kbps - Atomic Roooster ¤ - Death Walks Behind You ¤ - In Hearing Of ¤ - Made In England ¤ - IV ¤ - Atomic Rooster ¤ Compilations (34 CD, ) ¤ kbps.
  7. Atomic Rooster Rock · Preview SONG TIME Time Take My Life PREVIEW Never to Lose. 5. PREVIEW Breathless. 6. PREVIEW Space Cowboy. 7. Stand By Me (BBC Session) PREVIEW Breakthrough (BBC Session) PREVIEW Save Me (BBC Session)
  8. Vincent Crane is a name familiar to people who likely have never heard his music, such was/is his rep as the lb gorilla of Hammond players: Atomic Rooster, born following his departure from The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, was primarily his showcase through whose revolving doors many, many musicians came and went, some of interest to progressivistas (Carl Palmer, John du Cann), some of 4/5(1).

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