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The Best Procol Harum Albums of All Time

Updated October 13, 2018 1.2k votes 299 voters 6.7k views13 items

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Procol Harum is known as one of the best classic rock bands. List of the best Procol Harum albums, including pictures of the album covers when available. This Procol Harum discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Procol Harum albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Procol Harum singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums. If you think the greatest Procol Harum album isn't high enough on the list, then be sure to vote for it so it receives the credit it deserves. Make sure you don't just vote for critically acclaimed albums; if you have a favorite Procol Harum album, then vote it up, even if it's not necessarily the most popular.

The British art rock band broke through in 1967 with their eponymous debut, but the hit single "A Whiter Shade of Pale" was only included on the US release of the album, not in their native UK. If you want to know the best Procol Harum album of all time, or the top Procol Harum albums, this list will answer your questions. Examples include A Salty Dog, Exotic Birds and Fruit, and Broken Barricades. These popular Procol Harum CDs have been voted on by music fans around the world, so the order isn't just one person's opinion. 

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    • Release Date: 1969
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    • Release Date: 1968
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    • Release Date: 1967
    • Artist: Procol Harum
    • Producer: Denny Cordell
    • Tracks: Kaleidoscope, Mabel, Something Following Me
    • Genres (Music): Progressive rock, Psychedelic rock, Blues-rock, Art rock, Baroque pop
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    • Release Date: 1973
    • Artist: Procol Harum
    • Producer: Chris Thomas
    • Tracks: T.V. Caesar, For Liquorice John, Bringing Home the Bacon
    • Genres (Music): Progressive rock, Symphonic rock
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