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The Crazy World of Arthur Brown

The Crazy World of Arthur Brown

The Crazy World of Arthur Brown were an English psychedelic rock band formed by singer Arthur Brown in 1967. Their song "Fire" (released in 1968 as a single and on the group's only album) was one of the one-hit wonders in the UK of the 1960s. The line-up practically dissolved on U.S. tour in 1969. Vincent Crane and Carl Palmer left to form Atomic Rooster, Sean Nicholas went on to Khan (as Nicholas Greenwood), Theaker to Love and then Rustic Hinge, and Brown to Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come.

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