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Blue Öyster Cult


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JgX 5
3 stars well.this was my first record of blue oyster cult..and the cover is very nice in my opinion,i dont know if this dinosaur existed...but a monster!,this album is rare"",thats the word...rare""very mistical.starts with the songs called black amazing song really,and in the extraterrestial live album,the play this song like in the studio have to listen this song,because in the ending section this song have a voice so robotical type,and its great...the second one called monsters..this one have an style of rock/jazz,what made this album more complete...and in the end the solo section is incredible...the divine wind,another cool song..that is like a history behind them..a blue section in the begining and is like a pink floyd song,but with eric bloom on vocals... the most rare and strange son on this album and i dont know if in the oyster Deadline...i dont know if is a acoustic guitar what sounds there...but...this song makes me thing in hawaii ,i alredy dont know hawaii,but this song makes me think that..jeje is so espiritual this song.. and the best song on this album in my opinion is unknown tongue the last one on this album....the chorus is excelent,and the music goes on and on..the ending section the screaming vocals of eric bloom makes me cry...and piano section is also good...

good album as well..

keep on the good work..

JgX 5 | 3/5 |


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