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The band's current lineup still includes Bloom and Roeser, in addition to Danny Miranda bass, backing vocals , Jules Radino drums, percussion and Richie Castellano keyboards, rhythm guitar, backing vocals. Writer Richard Meltzer , also a Stony Brook University student, provided the band with lyrics from their early days up through their most recent studio album. In , the band moved in together at their first house in the Thomaston area of Great Neck, New York. Eric Bloom was hired by the band as their acoustic engineer and eventually became lead singer, replacing Braunstein, through a series of three unlikely coincidences, one in which Lanier decided to join Bloom on a drive to an upstate gig where he spent the night with Bloom's old college bandmates and got to hear old tapes of Bloom's talent as lead vocalist. Cecilia: The Elektra Recordings in The album featured Bloom as their main lead singer, but Roeser also sang lead on a few songs, a pattern of sharing lead vocals that has continued throughout the band's career. Clive Davis liked what he heard, and signed the band to the label. The first album was subsequently produced and recorded by Lucas on eight track at Lucas' studio. By this time, the band's sound had become more oriented toward hard rock, but songs like "She's As Beautiful As a Foot" and "Redeemed" also showed a strong element of the band's psychedelic roots. All of the band members except for Allen Lanier sang lead, a pattern that would continue on many subsequent albums, although lead singer Eric Bloom sang the majority of the songs.
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The band's current lineup still includes Bloom and Roeser, in addition to Danny Miranda bass, backing vocals , Jules Radino drums, percussion and Richie Castellano keyboards, rhythm guitar, backing vocals. Writer Richard Meltzer , also a Stony Brook University student, provided the band with lyrics from their early days up through their most recent studio album.

In , the band moved in together at their first house in the Thomaston area of Great Neck, New York. Eric Bloom was hired by the band as their acoustic engineer and eventually became lead singer, replacing Braunstein, through a series of three unlikely coincidences, one in which Lanier decided to join Bloom on a drive to an upstate gig where he spent the night with Bloom's old college bandmates and got to hear old tapes of Bloom's talent as lead vocalist.

Cecilia: The Elektra Recordings in The album featured Bloom as their main lead singer, but Roeser also sang lead on a few songs, a pattern of sharing lead vocals that has continued throughout the band's career. Clive Davis liked what he heard, and signed the band to the label. The first album was subsequently produced and recorded by Lucas on eight track at Lucas' studio. By this time, the band's sound had become more oriented toward hard rock, but songs like "She's As Beautiful As a Foot" and "Redeemed" also showed a strong element of the band's psychedelic roots.

All of the band members except for Allen Lanier sang lead, a pattern that would continue on many subsequent albums, although lead singer Eric Bloom sang the majority of the songs. Their next album Tyranny and Mutation , released in , was written while the band was on tour for their first LP.

It featured a harder-rocking approach than before, though the band's songs were also growing more complex. The album outsold its predecessor, a trend that would continue with their next few albums. The band's third album, Secret Treaties [15] received positive reviews, featuring songs such as "Career of Evil" co-written by Patti Smith , "Dominance and Submission" and " Astronomy ".

As a result of constant touring, the band was now capable of headlining venues. The album continued the trend of growing sales, and would eventually go gold.

As the three albums during this formative period all had black-and-white covers, the period of their career has been dubbed the 'black and white years' by fans and critics. The band's first live album On Your Feet or on Your Knees achieved greater success and went gold.

Its success gave the band more time to work on a follow-up. The band members were able to purchase home recording equipment to record demos for their next album. Their next studio album, Agents of Fortune , was their first to go platinum and was again produced by David Lucas. It contained the hit single " Don't Fear The Reaper ", which reached number 12 on the Billboard charts and has become a classic of the hard rock genre. Having recorded demos of the songs at home before recording the album, the band's songwriting process had become more individual, with none of the songs featuring the collaborative writing between the band members that had been common on their earlier albums.

Although the album still featured their trademark hard rock with sinister lyrics, the songs had become more conventional in structure, and the production was more polished. For the first and only time, the album featured lead vocals from all five band members, with Allen Lanier singing lead on the song True Confessions. With Albert Bouchard singing lead on three songs and Joe Bouchard and Donald Roeser singing lead on one each, Eric Bloom ended up taking the lead on only four of the album's ten songs.

For the tour, the band added lasers to their light show, for which they became known. They were among the first acts to use lasers in performance. It featured even more polished production, and continued the trend of the lead vocals extensively shared between members, although Allen Lanier did not sing lead.

As with the previous album, Eric Bloom sang lead on fewer than half the songs. The band then released another live album, Some Enchanted Evening Though it was intended as another double-live album in the vein of On Your Feet or on Your Knees , Columbia insisted that it be edited down to single-album length.

It also revealed that while the band's studio work was becoming increasingly well-produced, they were still very much a hard rock band on stage. It was followed by the studio album Mirrors It featured the band's glossiest production to date. It also gave Roeser, the lead vocalist on the band's biggest hits, bigger prominence as a vocalist, singing lead on four of the nine songs.

However, the resulting album sales were disappointing. The album found the band returning to their hard rock roots, and although both of the Bouchard brothers and guitarist Roeser all got lead vocal turns, Bloom would sing the majority of the tracks.

The album went to number 12 in the United Kingdom, but did not do as well in the United States. The band also did a co-headlining tour with Black Sabbath in support of the album, calling the tour " Black and Blue ". Birch produced the band's next album as well, Fire of Unknown Origin The biggest hit on this album was the Top 40 hit " Burnin' for You ", a song Roeser had written with a Richard Meltzer lyric.

The revival of the band's heavier sound continued, albeit with fairly heavy use of synthesizers and some noticeable New Wave influence on a few tracks. It contained other fan favorites such as " Joan Crawford " inspired by the book and film Mommie Dearest and " Veteran of the Psychic Wars ", another song co-written by Moorcock. Several of the songs had been written for the animated film Heavy Metal , but only "Veteran of the Psychic Wars" which had not been written for Heavy Metal was actually used in the movie.

The album marked a strong commercial resurgence for the band and achieved gold status, their first studio album since Spectres to do so. During the tour for Fire of Unknown Origin , Albert Bouchard had a falling out with the others and left the band, and Rick Downey formerly the band's lighting designer replaced him on drums. This marked the end of the band's original and best-known lineup. After leaving the band, Albert Bouchard spent five years working on a solo album based on Sandy Pearlman's poem "Imaginos".

After two albums of a return to a harder rocking sound, the band adopted a more radio-friendly, AOR-oriented sound with Fairbairn providing a s-style production. This approach met with some success, especially on its highest-charting single, Roeser's " Shooting Shark ", co-written by Patti Smith and featuring Randy Jackson on bass, which reached number 83 on the charts. However, the album didn't match sales of its predecessor, failed to achieve gold status and marked the beginning of the band's second commercial decline. This arrangement was only temporary and caused more tensions between the band and Bouchard, since he had thought he would be staying on permanently, which wasn't the case.

The band had only intended to use him as a last-minute fill-in until another drummer could come on board, which resulted in Bouchard's leaving after the tour. Allen Lanier also quit the band shortly thereafter, leaving them without a keyboardist and with only three remaining original members. While the band members have generally been disparaging about the album in retrospect, Joe Bouchard has stated that "Perfect Water" is "perfect genius. The band toured in Germany, after which bassist Bouchard left, leaving only two members of the classic lineup: Eric Bloom and Donald Roeser.

Jon Rogers was hired to replace Joe and this version of the band finished out the tour. After it wound up that year, the band took a temporary break from recording and touring. Allen Lanier had agreed to rejoin so the new line-up now featured three founding members, along with Jon Rogers returning on bass and Ron Riddle as their newest drummer. These replaced most of Albert Bouchard's lead vocals, as well as many lead guitar parts that had been recorded by session musicians.

Joe Bouchard and Allen Lanier had earlier contributed some minor keyboard and backing vocal parts to the album, allowing all five original members to be credited. The band spent the next 11 years touring without releasing an album of new material, though they did contribute two new songs to the Bad Channels movie soundtrack, released in , and also released an album of re-recorded songs from the band's original lineup called Cult Classic in During these years, while the three original members remained constant, there were several changes in the band's rhythm section.

Ron Riddle quit in and was followed by a series of other drummers including Chuck Burgi —, —, — , John Miceli , , John O'Reilly — and Bobby Rondinelli — As for the bass position, Rogers left in , and was replaced by Danny Miranda. The first mostly featured Miranda on bass and Burgi on drums, though a few tracks feature earliest bassist Jon Rogers and one track features Rondinelli on drums, who had joined the band near the end of the recording. Curse of the Hidden Mirror features Miranda and Rondinelli as the rhythm section, and the pair contributed to the songwriting as well.

Neither album sold well. Although the band's lineup had remained stable from to , they began to experience personnel changes again in Rondinelli left in , and was replaced by Jules Radino.

He was replaced by Richie Castellano, who would also take occasional turns as a lead vocalist onstage. Cecilia tunes from the Stalk-Forrest Group era. Allen Lanier retired from live performances in after not appearing with the band since late Castellano switched to rhythm guitar and keyboards Castellano also filled in on lead guitar and vocals for an ailing Buck Dharma in two shows in , and the position of bassist was taken up by Rudy Sarzo previously a member of Quiet Riot , Whitesnake , Ozzy Osbourne and Dio , with the band employing Danny Miranda and Jon Rogers as guest bassists to fill in when Sarzo was unavailable.

Sarzo then joined as an official member of the band, although Rogers continued to occasionally fill in when Sarzo was busy. In February , the Sony Legacy remaster series continued, releasing expanded versions of studio album Spectres and live album Some Enchanted Evening. In June , the band announced that bassist Rudy Sarzo was leaving the band and was being replaced by former Utopia bassist Kasim Sulton. In August of the same year, it was announced that Sony Legacy would be releasing a disc boxed set entitled The Complete Columbia Albums Collection on October 30, Also exclusive to this set are two discs of rare and unreleased B-sides, demos and radio broadcasts.

The shows featured songs from Agents of Fortune that had either not been played live before "True Confessions", "The Revenge of Vera Gemini", "Sinful Love", "Tenderloin", "Debbie Denise" , songs that had not been played since the album's debut tour "Morning Final" , and songs that were either no longer or never were played frequently "This Ain't the Summer of Love", "Tattoo Vampire" , as well as the fan favorite "Five Guitars", which had not been played since Albert initially left the band in In a May appearance on Castellano's "Band Geek" podcast, Bloom confirmed that there were tentative plans to release a new album in and that the band was currently considering offers from multiple record labels.

He also stated that former bassist Danny Miranda would be playing with the band for the remainder of the year due to Sulton's prior touring commitments with Todd Rundgren. Buck Dharma stated in February that the band would be recording a new album to be released by fall. Recording with Danny, Richie and Jules should be a great experience as we've been touring together for years, and Buck and I look forward to including them in the creative and recording process," said Bloom.

About half of the songs for the new record exist and the rest will be finished during the process," added Buck Dharma. In February , Richie Castellano posted a short video to Facebook featuring himself and Eric Bloom, stating that the band are working on the new Blue Oyster Cult record remotely by using ConnectionOpen online audio collaboration tool [25]. In August , the band announced on their website that their fourteenth studio album The Symbol Remains was to be released on October 9, An example of this is Mirrors , which is primarily a power pop record.

It was part of his "Imaginos" poetry, later used more extensively on their album Imaginos In Pearlman's poetry, the "Blue Oyster Cult" was a group of aliens who had assembled secretly to guide Earth's history. In a interview published in the U. The addition of an umlaut was suggested by Allen Lanier , but rock critic Richard Meltzer claims to have suggested it just after Pearlman came up with the name, reportedly "because of the Wagnerian aspect of Metal".

The hook-and-cross logo was designed by Bill Gawlik [6] in January , [39] and appears on all of the band's albums. The hook-and-cross symbol also resembled the astrological symbol for Saturn , the Roman god of agriculture, [42] and the sickle , which is associated with both Kronos Cronus and Saturn both the planet and the Roman god. The band's influence has extended beyond the musical sphere.

The lyrics of "Astronomy" have been named by author Shawn St. Jean as inspirational to the later chapters of his fantasy novel Clotho's Loom , [82] wherein Sandy Pearlman's "Four Winds Bar" provides the setting for a portion of the action. Titles and lines from the band's songs provided structure and narrative for the third Robert Galbraith pseudonym for J.

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