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"Blue Oyster Cult, Agents of Fortune - MFSL Gold CD"

MFSL 24K GOLD CD "Last Copy" Track listing 1. This Ain't The Summer Of Love 2. True Confessions 3. Don't Fear The Reaper 4. E.T.I. (Extra Terrestrial Intelligence) 5. Revenge Of Vera Gemini, The 6. Sinful Love 7. Tattoo Vampire 8. Morning Final 9. Tenderloin 10. Debbie Denise Details Contributing artists: Patti Smith, The Brecker Brothers Distributor: (Independently by Label) Recording type: Studio Recording mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/a Album notes Blue Oyster Cult: Albert Bouchard (vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica, drums, percussion); Allen Lanier (vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass); Donald "Buck Dharma" Roeser (vocals, guitar, synthesizer, percussion); Eric Bloom (vocals, guitar, percussion); Joe Bouchard (vocals, piano, bass). . Additional Personnel: Patti Smith (vocals); The Brecker Brothers (horns). Producers: Murray Krugman, Sandy Pearlman, David Lucas. Recorded at The Record Plant, New York, New York in 1975 & 1976. Originally released on Columbia (34164). Includes liner notes by Lenny Kaye. Feted by heavy metal fans, this was a much broader album that put them in touch with AOR radio, and consequently took them out of their heavy rock ghetto. The ace in their tarot pack was the entrancing and enchanting "Don't Fear The Reaper" - the greatest song that the original Byrds never wrote. Flowing and chiming it put the band in the pop charts with a song of rare quality and consequently pushed this album's sales. The other tracks struggle to compete with the Reaper, but there are moments, especially with "The Revenge Of Vera Gemini," on which Patti Smith narrates. Editorial reviews 4 Stars - Excellent - ...AGENTS OF FORTUNE contained the all-time classic `(Don't Fear) The Reaper'....the album remains the band's most durable... Q Magazine (08/01/1994) ...This record still sounds great....The bonus tracks are fascinating....you've got an evening's worth of air-guitar nostalgia. Special. Mojo (09/01/2001) 3 1/2 stars out 5 - ...[A] genre classic... Uncut (08/01/2001)
SKU Number: UDCD 697
Price: $279.99