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SPECTRES

Blue Öyster Cult

 

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3.38 | 155 ratings

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JgX 5
4 stars After the large sales of AOF BOC launches another good album SPECTRES; similar to AOF, but with a darker style, ghostly, mystical, making this album somewhat authentic in the sense of composition in music. Godzilla Become quickly along with the reaper the popular songs in the band, but beyond the song of Godzilla we find compositions that will remain etched in the history of this incredible band. Spectres for me is the best album in the history of BOC, just with songs like - Golden age of leather (an epic song from the start, brilliant in all the senses, and some incredible melodic solos - I love the night (in where the style is evident dark, mystical and special, a song that makes travel between the passion and sadness) - Nosferatu (starting obscurely, with an incredible Melotron, some piano macabre, speaking of the devil itself, doing a song really interesting and deep, with excellent rhythm and guitar solo.

Specters For me is the essence of BOC over the years, where their sound captivate every part of my Body, where harmony and musical elements are all partakers of almost a masterpiece. another piece to Descat is Searching for celine and Death Valley nigths. (great chorus).

4.5 stars

JgX 5 | 4/5 |

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