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gdazegod
14-12-2017 01:20
Chris, is there such an album? Maybe we should get Alun onto the case. He loves those oddball albums.

englandashes
13-12-2017 23:49
Performance enhancing aspect....never did much for me.

englandashes
13-12-2017 23:49
Like Froome, my 5k and 10k times are now in doubt, as it seems I took too many puffs of my inhaler before the races.In all seriousness it sounds pretty odd that an inhaler used by millions has such an

englandashes
13-12-2017 23:43
Canít believe Pope Francis 2015 release, Wake Up, has not been reviewed yet here at GDM?

reyno-roxx
13-12-2017 17:40
Man, I really thought Froome was above any doubt, but this will always hang like a shadow now. Damn! Unlikely to win Sports Personality of the Year on the Beeb now too.

reyno-roxx
13-12-2017 17:38
Look what happened when the Pope signed to Infinity? Brought the company down and certainly ruined TKO's career. Brad Sinsel probably not a fan.

gdazegod
13-12-2017 11:37
Oh dear, Chris Froome in a doping scandal. This looks bad.

gdazegod
13-12-2017 11:34
A couple of new fileshares going up in the download members forum in the next day or so. Keep an eye out for those.

gdazegod
13-12-2017 10:36
My next Blog will be about the year of 2017, and the unveiling of the sexual deviants. From Harvey Weinstein to Dustin Hoffman.. and more..

Nick C
13-12-2017 01:02
Aren't those songs of the Days of Wine and Wafers album?

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Blue Oyster Cult - 1974 Secret Treaties
Released in Spring of 1974, the album is considered by many to be BOC's best..

Blue Oyster Cult - 1977 Spectres
A great album, full of interesting tunes, and written at a time when this band were creatively at their zenith.

Blue Oyster Cult - 1978 Some Enchanted Evening (Live)
Probably not a compulsory addition to your collection, but if you wish to hear a band captured live during their heyday, then 'Some Enchanted Evening' is as good a representation of BOC from their classic rock era from 1976-1978.

Blue Oyster Cult - 1979 Mirrors
A new direction for BOC, after their mystical heavy metal approach had run it's course with Godzilla finally hanging up it's claws, the band took time out, and returned with a new producer in Tom Werman for 1979's 'Mirrors'.

Blue Oyster Cult - 1980 Cultosaurus Erectus
The result is a highly accomplished hard rock album with all the idiosyncrasies one had come to expect from the offbeat rockers.

Blue Oyster Cult - 1981 Fire Of Unknown Origin
'Fire Of Unknown Origin', an album which surprised many at the time as it performed quite well on the charts given the strength of other AOR acts during this timeframe that dominated both the singles and album charts.

Blue Oyster Cult - 1983 The Revolution By Night
Well and truly buried are the musical origins of this band from their early 70's period. This is about as smooth as it gets for BOC; through the hey-day of the 80's arena rock era.

Blue Oyster Cult - 1985 Club Ninja
By 1985, Blue Oyster Cult were fast becoming the equivalent of a pass-through turnstile. For this album 'Club Ninja', the band recruited Tommy Zvonchek (a member of Aldo Nova's touring band) and drummer Jimmy Wilcox to fill the gaps. Also, for the first time in the band's history, they resorted to the use of outside writers. You know something's up when outside writers are bought in.. the writing's on the wall.

Blue Oyster Cult - 1988 Imaginos
When is a BOC album not a BOC album? That is the question. The answer? Easy.. try 1988's 'Imaginos' for starters.

Buck Dharma (Roeser) - 1982 Flat Out
Unusual and diverse, you won't be getting straight down the middle rock n roll from this guy, who of course is one of the principal members of Blue Oyster Cult.

Stalk-Forrest Group - 2013 St. Cecilia: The Elektra Recordings
I can't imagine anyone other than Blue Oyster Cult and American psych hardcores taking an interest in this release. From a historical perspective I'm glad I've finally had an opportunity to hear these embryonic recordings, but it's unlikely I'll ever play the set for pleasure.