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Sinful Love - Blue Öyster Cult - Agents Of Fortune (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Agents of Fortune, an Album by Blue Öyster Cult. Released on Columbia (catalog no. PC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock. Featured peformers: Eric Bloom (vocals, guitar, keyboards, percussion), Albert Bouchard (drums, vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion, harmonica), Buck Dharma (guitar, vocals, synthesizer, percussion), Joe Bouchard (bass, vocals, piano), Allen Lanier (keyboards.
  2. The final "Agents of Fortune" show with special guest Albert Bouchard. Sold out weeks in advance, the 2-set show ran nearly hours, and some have said it was the best BÖC show ever. Note: The quality is sometimes less than stellar (especially on some of the oldest material), as the "master tape" for many of these is a VHS cassette from an.
  3. Apr 09,  · The MFSL of Blue Oyster Cult/Tyranny and Mutation is the closest you'll come to the sound of an original 1st press LP. Much better than either the original or reissue CDs. The MFSL of Agents of Fortune is better than the original or reissue CDs, but sounds kind of futzed with and airy.
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  5. Aug 23,  · Label: Columbia - PC • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Classic Rock Blue Öyster Cult - Agents Of Fortune (, Gatefold, Vinyl /5().
  6. A hard rock remastered () release with several bonus tracks. Blue Öyster Cult - (Don't Fear) The Reaper, just for this song alone is worth getting this album. It sounds great and must have for your library of CD/dersmenlysussototaleasunlilybax.xyzinfos:
  7. Label: Columbia - PC • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Classic Rock Blue Öyster Cult - Agents Of Fortune (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore4/5(98).
  8. Jul 31,  · Blue Öyster Cult opens Agents of Fortune with the wonderfully cynical “This Ain’t the Summer of Love,” a death notice (7 or so years too late, granted, but better than never) of the Age of Aquarius. Eric Bloom sings, Buck Dharma plays some stunning guitar, and the chorus says it all: “This ain’t the Garden of Eden/They ain’t no.

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