Arthur Brown : Fire

Submitted by: eugenius 9 years ago in Weird

Proof that our parents were on massive amounts of drugs in the "70s.
There are 29 comments:
Female 1,260
Dear Batmanners...I may be an old fossil but at least people don`t wonder if my name is a combination of batty and bananas - as in craaazy! And, by the way, sweetheart...My generation may be old enough to have run with dinosaurs but we had a helluva good time doing it and we didn`t turn into a bunch of judgmental whiners so Thank you for Sharing!
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Male 14,331
80s????? With all that spandex and aquanet and those are the guys??? no no no no!!
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Female 1,186
rotflmao
kinda looks feminine in that dress and dancing around lik that
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Female 1,063
lmao @ the dude with the hood on his head behind him, hahaha, he thinks he`s so awesome!
Gotta love the 60`s.
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Male 7,933
I say we vote 60s-70s as worst generations ever and the 80s as the greatest (I kinda hate the 80s but they did end the 70s)
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Female 4,447
How fitting since I was just watching "Hot Fuzz".
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Male 4,004
Krabkat, what color were dinosaurs?

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Female 1,260
Yankee15...smart kid...it WAS the 60`s. Believe it or not, not everyone was on drugs who listened to this music (though it helped ALOT). M e m o r i e s...hahaha
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Male 1,109
no, it means HE was on massive amounts of drugs.
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Male 1,825
pizzabob, how does it feel to be the most unoriginal fu&ker complaining about unoriginal fu&ks?
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Male 1,550
The face paint reminded me of black metal
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Male 366
The music back in the 60s, 70s was so dynamic, original and creative. That`s why we still appreciate it today.

Most of todays music (although there are still some good bands that are not mainstream) is what I like to call "cookie cutter music", ie... some pop star or group gets signed and people write songs for them to sing and they advertise them everywhere. Not only that, but all these disney pop stars sound exactly the same vocal wise and all end up on the same downward spiral path. Plus, the music is popular for a few months and then nobody wants to hear the song again. In 50 years, people will still want to hear songs like "purple haze" and "like a rolling stone". Whereas, songs by Hannah Montana and Ashley Simpson will be considered cheap pop music.

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Male 592
Um, I still think Hannah Montana is scarier. idk why, It`s just an instinctive feeling.
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Female 1,211
"I dont se the problem, its WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaAy better than the hipp hopp crapp youth listen to today!"
It`s hip hop. And yes,it is better than the rap sh*t.
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Male 1,526
I dont se the problem, its WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaAy better than the hipp hopp crapp youth listen to today!
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Female 195
It`s not any stranger than Marilyn Manson.
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Male 2,172
The true origins of Trogdor?
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Male 263
It`s The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, and it was the 60s not 70s.
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Female 53
that explains a lot...
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Male 5
Cathedral`s version is really cool too, but there`s no video- I don`t think
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Male 3,369
Proof that our parents were on massive amounts of drugs in the `70s.
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Same as our generation then!

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Male 395
I prefer Die Krupps Version,:

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=...

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Female 375
o.o wtf did i just watch?
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Male 215
I believe that is my dad.
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Male 38
That is extreemly unsettling
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Male 639
Haha, it`s a well good tune!
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Male 4,004
Still, it is a very psychedelic video.

And that`s all I got to say about that.

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Male 4,004
It`s actually "The Crazy World of Arthur Brown"

And I much prefer Ozzy`s cover version on Ozzy : Under Cover.

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Male 1,620
Link: Arthur Brown : Fire [Rate Link] - Proof that our parents were on massive amounts of drugs in the `70s.
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