… alternate mixes, rare or unreleased, of some of the best material by this British power trio. Such outings are fine for fans but such is the quality on offer, ‘Anthology 1969-1991′ still affirms the Rooster as one of the finest hard/progressive rock acts of its day with nary a barrel scraping in sight…this is a commendable re-route to the heart of a fine band.
Peter Muir www.getreadytorock.com (February 2009)
…a definitive 2 disc collection…demos, alternate versions and unreleased gems…when you add in liner notes, rare pictures and track commentary courtesy of Du Cann it all adds up to an excellent package.
Sea Of Tranquility (March 2009)
…it’s a fine example of how a power-rock trio should sound. Effectively the missing link between Cream and Rush.
Martin Hutchinson, The Bolton News (February 2009)
Excellent double disc overview of one of Great Britain’s most underrated hard rock bands from the 1970s…If you never climbed aboard the rooster, this is the place to start 5/5
www.lmnop.com (March 2009)
High energy, Hammond organ-driven rock courtesy of the early 70s, quite possibly the one Rooster collection you should get if you want to hear how it should be done.
Amplifier magazine (May 2009)
Both of these discs are crammed full of the classic sounding Atomic Rooster that rock fans have come to know and love…
www.classicrockrevisited.com (April 2009)
…a collection of alternative versions and rarities…still has a pull like a good old movie.
www.dmme.net (June 2009)
…the inventive interplay between guitarist Du Cann and organist Vincent Crane is the highlight of an excellent prog-rock set
Kevin Bryan, Stirling Advertiser (September 2009)
The year 1971 was the highlight for UK rock trio Atomic Rooster…they serve up tracks including ‘Devil’s Answer’, ‘Death Walks Behind You’, ‘Friday 13th’ and a live version of ‘Tomorrow Night’.