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Cultosaurus Erectus

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Blue Öyster Cult 9/27/1988

Review

Signing on with Deep Purple/Black Sabbath producer Martin Birch, Blue Öyster Cult made more of a guitar-heavy hard rock album in Cultosaurus Erectus after flirting with pop ever since the success of Agents of Fortune. (They also promoted this album by going out on a co-headlining tour with Sabbath.) Gone are the female backup singers, the pop hooks, the songs based on keyboard structures, and they are replaced by lots of guitar solos and a beefed-up rhythm section. But the band still were not generating strong enough material to compete with their concert repertoire, so they found themselves in the bind of being a strong touring act unable to translate that success into record sales. ~ William Ruhlmann
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Black Blade Blue Öyster Cult 6:39
  3. 2 Monsters Blue Öyster Cult 5:5
  4. 3 Divine Wind Blue Öyster Cult 5:5
  5. 4 Deadline Blue Öyster Cult 4:27
  6. 5 The Marshall Plan Blue Öyster Cult 5:23
  7. 6 Hungry Boys Blue Öyster Cult 3:37
  8. 7 Fallen Angel Blue Öyster Cult 3:11
  9. 8 Lips in the Hills Blue Öyster Cult 4:26
  10. 9 Unknown Tongue Blue Öyster Cult 3:53

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