Arcadium was another list of obscure British psychedelic bands. They had their start playing at such clubs as The Middle Earth. The band consisted of brothers Allan Ellwood (organ, vocals) and Robert Ellwood (lead guitar, vocals), as well as John Albert Parker (drums), Graham Best (bass, vocals), and Miguel Sergides (12-string guitar, vocals). The music is late '60s British psychedelia with some early prog leanings, where guitar and Hammond organ dominates. "All tracks on this extremely rare album are filled with an atmosphere of anguish and despair, even in their quieter moments. Both lyrics and music are struggling for expression, to the effect of creating a very dense and at times impenetrable album, which is worth your while nonetheless. Although barely escaping perennial threats of murkiness and even sloppiness, the convincing emotional contents save the day for this album." While the original LP is very hard to come by, Repertoire Records in Germany had reissed this on CD with two bonus cuts, "Sing My Song" and "Riding Alone".
01 - I'm On My Way 02 - Poor Lady 03 - Walk On The Bad Side 04 - Woman Of A Thousand Years 05 - Change Me 06 - It Takes A Woman 07 - Birth, Life And Death 08 - Sing My Song 09 - Riding Alone