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Download After Dark - Blue Öyster Cult - Fire Of Unknown Origin (Vinyl, LP, Album)
1981
Label: CBS - SBP 237653 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal

The title track was used in episode 17 of season 1 of Supernatural. A music video was created for the song, which was famously banned by MTV for featuring a sexually suggestive scene. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Hard rock progressive rock heavy metal pop rock. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved January 14, VF Entertainment. Retrieved March 9, Library and Archives Canada.

September 12, Retrieved September 23, Retrieved September 2, Your email address will not be published. Skip to content. Share this article. Share and Enjoy! Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Articles Features Interviews Lists. Blue Oyster Cult had released the satisfying yet disappointingly unpopular 'Cultosaurus Erectus' a year earlier, but the band had not given up.

By this time they were still touring the world alongside such successful acts as Black Sabbath and grasping contributions from Patti Smith who worked on the title track and Michael Moorcock working on 'Veteran of the Psychic Wars'.

Unfortunately, the first thing that will stand out to you on 'Fire Interestingly, most of the album is very quirky and faster paced than on 'Cultosaurus As evident on 'Fire On 'Veteran of Psychic Wars' in particular, the band could not sound any more different had they fully adopted a Hip-Hop musical style.

In fact, you could link this to Hawkwind's conceptual album of that is 'The Chronicle of the Black Sword', purely for the music and lyrical content itself. This excellent use of mysterious lyrics continues throughout, as on the sorrowful 'Sole Survivor' and Creepily referenced 'Joan crawford'. Musically speaking however, many will either be disappointed or pleased with the change in sound. The title track, 'Vengeance The Pact ', 'After Dark' and curiously titled closer 'Don't turn your back' all favour the synthesisers to full effect, and even though this makes the songs stand out with enough quirkiness and energy to make listeners feel invigorated, it may put those who prefer the band's heavier sound off.

However, it sounds as if the band love doing this. Every song here gives off the impression of a band having complete and utter fun with their instruments, and if you can get past the fact that it is more of a pop album than it is strictly Heavy Metal, you will come to love this album a lot. There are heavier moment here however. The aptly titled 'Heavy metal The Black and Silver ' focusses fully on each guitarist's efforts, and it certainly works well.

The solos rip through each minute of the song, the riffs accompany the powerful lyrics, and some guitar licks even contribute to the effectual vocals of Eric Bloom. Even on the stunning title track, wherein Bloom seems to enjoy every one of Patti Smith's lyrics, solos serve as a fitting background to the keyboards and synthesisers contained within.

As mentioned before, many will want this album to be heavier than it actually is, but you can't blame the band for wanting to take their mysterious sounds and excellent lyrics to the next level.



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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Fire Of Unknown Origin" on Discogs.
  2. This review is for the Music on Vinyl release of Blue Oyster Cult's Fire of Unknown Origin. First let's start with the music on this release. This album has had a reverse effect on me. When I was younger I thought it was tame and corny. Now I'm much older and enjoy the quirk of this release/5().
  3. Picture inner sleeve printed with additional credits and a detail of the Greg Scott illustration (front), and adverts for the Blue Öyster Cult catalogue (back). Second catalogue number "S CBS " is printed on the labels. Shorepak by Shorewood Packaging Co. Ltd., England. Made in England.
  4. Limited gm turquoise colored vinyl LP pressing. Includes insert. Blue Öyster Cult's eighth album Fire of Unknown Origin includes their Top 40 hit "Burnin' for You" (#1 on Billboard's Album Rock Tracks chart). They brought back their successful writers team, including musician Patti Smith and dark-fantasy writer Michael Moorcock/5().
  5. Label: CBS/Sony - 25AP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal Blue Öyster Cult - Fire Of Unknown Origin (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore4/5(7).
  6. Limited gm vinyl LP pressing. Includes insert. Blue Öyster Cult's eighth album Fire of Unknown Origin includes their Top 40 hit "Burnin' for You" (#1 on Billboard's Album Rock Tracks chart). They brought back their successful writers team, including musician Patti Smith and dark-fantasy writer Michael Moorcock/5().
  7. Blue Öyster Cult's eighth album Fire of Unknown Origin includes their Top 40 hit "Burnin' for You" (#1 on Billboard's Album Rock Tracks chart).They brought back their successful writers team, including musician Patti Smith and dark-fantasy writer Michael Moorcock. "Veteran of Psychic Wars” can be placed among Cult's best work, both in length as consistency.
  8. Who would have thought that in , after a pair of limp, unfocused studio offerings, and two mixed -- at best -- live outings, that the once mighty Blue Öyster Cult would come back with such a fierce, creative, and uncompromising effort as Fire of Unknown xptweaker.net was their finest moment since Agents of Fortune five years earlier, and one of their finest ever.

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