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BLUE ÖYSTER CULT : Announce two live archive albums

BLUE ÖYSTER CULT: Live At Rock Of Ages Festival 2016 / A Long Day’s Night – two live archive albums by hard rock legends out 04.12.20 (Frontiers) Currently receiving rave notices for their brand new studio album ‘The Symbol Remains’, Blue Öyster Cult and Frontiers Music Srl continue their release …

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BLUE ÖYSTER CULT: ‘The Alchemist’ – new single & video available now / from the album ‘The Symbol Remains’ also out today (Frontiers)     Included on THE SYMBOL REMAINS brand new album CD / 2xLP / digital out today (09.10.20) (Frontiers)   pre-order link orcd.co/symbolremains An initial run of …

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Blue Oyster Cult – 45th Anniversary – Live In London

Back in the day before the internet, I discovered rock bands through Sounds magazine. My album purchases then in the mid 70’s were live albums as they were more or less a greatest hits release. So my first ever live album was On Your Feet Or On Your Knees, a …

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BLUE ÖYSTER CULT : Hard Rock Live in Cleveland & Cult Classic

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BLUE ÖYSTER CULT: ‘Hard Rock Live Cleveland 2014’ + ‘Cult Classic’ – two albums by legendary rock band out 24.01.20 Recorded at the Hard Rock Casino in Northfield, Ohio, ‘Hard Rock Live Cleveland 2014’ offers a comprehensive and exciting look at the Blue Öyster Cult repertoire. Containing almost two hours …

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Blue Öyster Cult Announce UK Tour

ANNOUNCE UK TOUR  FEBRUARY 2019 PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS  THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT   Over their four-decade career, Blue Öyster Cult have established themselves as one of the most iconic bands of their time, with a repertoire including the hits ‘(Don’t Fear) The Reaper’, ‘Godzilla’ and ‘Burning For You’. Following their highly-acclaimed …

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Ramblin Man Fair 2015 – Saturday

This was the first Ramblin man festival, and while it’s clearly similar to the old High Voltage festival, there are some big changes.  Firstly it’s not in London, but instead is in Maidstone.  It’s rare to find a big rock festival venturing away from London or the Midlands, but Maidstone …

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