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I Love The Night - Blue Öyster Cult - Discover (CD, Album)

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  1. Jul 20,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Blue Oyster Cult: I Love The Night YouTube B̲l̲ue Ö̲y̲ster C̲u̲lt - Fi̲re of Un̲kn̲o̲wn Or̲i̲gin Full Album - Duration: Classic Rock 6, views.
  2. | G D | G D | Em | Em | C B Em That night her kiss told me it was over C B Em G I walked out late into the dark A C B The misty gloom seems to soak up my sorrow C B The further I went on C B.
  3. CD Columbia / Legacy (Sony) / EAN Cities On Flame With Rock And Roll - Blue Öyster Cult ; Before The Kiss, A Redcap - Blue Öyster Cult
  4. Jun 17,  · RockHeart Records/Deko Music Founding Blue Öyster Cult guitarist Joe Bouchard will release a new solo album called Strange Legends on July The track collection will be the first release from RockHeart Records, a new imprint launched by Joe and his brother, original Blue Öyster Cult drummer Albert Bouchard, in partnership with Deko Music.
  5. Blue Oyster Cult - The Columbia Albums Collection includes: 1. Blue Oyster Cult ( - studio - with CD bonus tracks) 2. Tyranny and Mutation ( - studio - with CD bonus tracks) 3. Secret Treaties ( - studio - with CD bonus tracks) 4. On Your Feet or on Your Knees ( - live) - Remaster 5.
  6. Blue Öyster Cult scored big with Agents of Fortune and its now-classic rock hit, "(Don't Fear) The Reaper." It took the album into the stratosphere and the band's profile with it; it put them in the visible pop space they'd tried for years to get to. But upon arrival, they .
  7. Also, "After Dark," which is not on this album, is supposedly a follow up to "I Love the Night." I am not as big of a fan of "After Dark" as it does not have the same sound as "I Love the Night." "I love the Night" has that rock n roll fantasy type of sound. I enjoy relaxing to "I Love the Night" in a cool evening while sipping an adult beverage/5().
  8. Blue Öyster Cult scored big with Agents of Fortune and its now-classic rock hit, "(Don't Fear) The Reaper." It took the album into the stratosphere and the band's profile with it; it put them in the visible pop space they'd tried for years to get to. But upon arrival, they Price: $

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