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Performer: Blue Öyster Cult
Title: Imaginos
Style: Hard Rock,Heavy Metal,Album Rock
Duration: 55:24
Relesed: July, 1988
Recording date: 1981 - 1988
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 198
Other formats: APE DMF MOD MP3 ASF WAV

Blue Öyster Cult (often abbreviated BÖC or BOC) is an American rock band formed on Long Island, New York in 1967, perhaps best known for the singles "(Don't Fear) The Reaper", "Burnin' for You", and "Godzilla. Blue Öyster Cult has sold more than 24 million records worldwide, including 7 million in the United States alone

It reappears as Blue Oyster Cult on Imaginos. The album was Sandy’s long, epic poetry that he wrote in the ‘60s. He and Albert did it with studio musicians. It took three years and hundreds of thousands of dollars for it to finally be finished, and then Columbia didn’t want to put it out. It sat on the shelf. Finally, it was put to us that the label would put it out if it was called a Blue Oyster Cult record and if Donald and I sang the material

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Blue Öyster Cult went out with a bang as a major-label recording act on their 14th and last new Columbia album, Imaginos. The idea for this concept album came as early as Secret Treaties, on which some of its music appeared, and the recording took place over a six-year period.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 I Am the One You Warned Me Of Albert Bouchard / Sandy Pearlman / Donald Roeser Blue Öyster Cult 5:05
2 Les Invisibles Albert Bouchard / Sandy Pearlman Blue Öyster Cult 5:34
3 In the Presence of Another World Albert Bouchard / Sandy Pearlman Blue Öyster Cult 6:28
4 Del Rio's Song Albert Bouchard / Sandy Pearlman Blue Öyster Cult 5:36
5 The Siege and Investiture of Baron Von Frankenstein's Castle at Weisseria Albert Bouchard / Sandy Pearlman Blue Öyster Cult 6:44
6 Astronomy Albert Bouchard / Joe Bouchard / Sandy Pearlman Blue Öyster Cult 6:55
7 Magna of Illusion Albert Bouchard / Sandy Pearlman / Donald Roeser Blue Öyster Cult 5:58
8 Blue Öyster Cult Eric Bloom / Sandy Pearlman Blue Öyster Cult 7:18
9 Imaginos Albert Bouchard / Sandy Pearlman Blue Öyster Cult 5:46

Credits

Kenny Aaronson - Bass
Gordon Anderson - Reissue Producer
Mark Biedermann - Orchestra
Eric Bloom - Composer, Vocals
Blue Öyster Cult - Primary Artist
Albert Bouchard - Composer, Guitar, Percussion, Vocals
Joe Bouchard - Composer, Keyboards, Vocals
Kevin Carlson - Orchestra
Joey Cerisano - Vocals
Jeffrey James - Producer
Robby Krieger - Guest Artist, Guitar, Orchestra
Allen Lanier - Keyboards
Claire Morales - Design
Tommy Moringiello - Guitar, Orchestra
Aldo Nova - Guest Artist, Orchestra
Sandy Pearlman - Composer
Tommy Price - Drums
Jack Rigg - Guitar, Orchestra
Donald Roeser - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Jon Rogers - Vocals
Joe Satriani - Guest Artist, Guitar, Orchestra
Scott Schinder - Liner Notes
Jack Secret - Vocals
Shocking U - Vocals (Background)
Tom Zvoncheck - Keyboards
Reviews (1)
Landarn
Many fans disregard this album because it really isn't a Blue Öyster Cult album. That is true. Other than Eric Bloom and Buck Dharma's unmistakable lead vocals (as well as ex-drummer Albert Bouchard's) and the song writing credits for the various members, it is very hard to determine exactly how involved the band was. Though all five original members appear in the credits and played on the record at some point, it's entirely possible that Joe Bouchard and Allen Lanier's contributions were eliminated when then-current BÖC keyboardist Tommy Zvoncheck rerecorded almost all the keyboard and synth parts. And there's no telling how much of the guitar work is Buck's or Albert's: there's about fifteen people credited as guitarists (though Sandy Pearlman swears most of it is Buck's). Obviously any fan can pick out Dharma and Bloom's vocals, but even these are augmented by a number of guest vocalists. And Sandy Pearlman is the sole individual involved with the project at every phase, from the original poems to the Bouchard solo album and finally the eventual BÖC release. But regardless of who you consider most the author, Imaginos is an incredible experience. Ambitious and dark, it is a fusion of 70s progressive rock and late 80s heavy metal. Densely layered and basically spilling out hook after hook, Imaginos sounds like it took eight years to make. The songwriting and musicianship is simply sublime: the lyrics, melodies, and riffs are mostly classic BÖC (since most of the songs were written and demoed by the band before the Imaginos sessions began) and the variety of the solo sections is refreshing. Some highlights: Robby Krieger of The Doors kills on Magna Of Illusion and Blue Öyster Cult, Joe Satriani shreds through Baron Von Frankenstein, and BÖC's own Buck Dharma's incredible lead work for Astronomy, a great progression of the tone and style of his work on Club Ninja. The bass and drums are very reverberated and driving, but never to the extent or simplicity of 80s stadium rock. The keyboards and synth are beautiful here: Zvonvheck's piano work on Blue Öyster Cult is reminicent of post-rock in its ethereal serenity and the synth really drives momentum without overtaking the arrangements as in Club Ninja. The vocals are fantastic: Buck and Eric nail it on every song they appear, proving themselves yet again as two of the great vocalists of rock. And even Albert Bouchard has an interesting vocal appearance as the dying Imaginos character in the verses of Blue Öyster Cult. And of course every moment is recorded and produced perfectly by Pearlman. Really my only complaint is that guest vocalists Jon Rogers and Joey Cericano are absolutley awful; screeching their way through two otherwise fantastic songs like they were in a Cinderella or AC/DC cover band. It's sad that the album wasn't recorded by the band proper and even sadder that the two sequel albums will probably never see completeion, but this is the only Imaginos we have so might as well enjoy…

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