Trading Places present a reissue of Kingdom Come‘s Journey, originally released in 1973. Theatrical rocker Arthur Brown gained notoriety and fame in equal measure through “Fire”, an anthem to their pyrotechnic excess. When his backing musicians quit to form Atomic Rooster, Brown formed Kingdom Come to further explore the nexus of music and theater and of the series of albums they cut for Polydor, Journey is the strangest and greatest. Stretching to the deepest reaches of space rock, Journey used the Bentley Rhythm Ace drum machine, and Victor Peraino‘s synths, Theremin and mellotron, to chart the astral records of history. This is Brown’s true masterpiece, an astounding record that was eons ahead of its time. 180 gram vinyl. Licensed by Cherry Red.