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Artist: Bad Company

Title: Company of Strangers

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Category: Arena Rock

Year: 1995

Label: Elektra Records

Catalog Number: 61808


Robert Hart vocals
Simon Kirke drums
Mick Ralphs guitar
Rick Wills bass
Dave Colwell bass


1.  Company of Strangers  5:14
2.  Clearwater Highway  3:25
3.  Judas My Brother  4:45
4.  Little Martha  2:57
5.  Gimme Gimme  3:32
6.  Where I Belong  4:02
7.  Down Down Down  3:19
8.  Abandoned and Alone  5:37
9.  Down and Dirty  4:51
10.  Pretty Woman  3:32
11.  You're the Only Reason  3:45
12.  Dance With the Devil  3:04
13.  Loving You Out Loud  2:49
Total Running Time:  50:52

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Existing comments about this CD

From: José Carlos Date: February 25, 2002 at 13:32
+Rockero y -AOR. No me gusta el cambio en la dirección musical, aunque Robert Hart es un buenisimo cantante. (Si os gusta el buen AOR, escuchad su cd en solitario "Rober Hart", buenisimo).

From: javier-mad Date: March 2, 2003 at 19:01
Esto se parece más a los auténticos BAD COMP.

From: James Date: April 30, 2003 at 0:33
third vocalist and it didn't work. Most songs are just there, nothing great about them although they did try to go back to the more blues based rock they started with.. Get it at a cheap price and you may find a couple of gems.

From: Desslar Date: May 1, 2003 at 15:56
Surprisingly good. New singer Robert Hart sounds amazingly like Paul Rodgers. Sometimes it's hard to tell the difference. Several great songs on here. Too bad they stopped making records.

From: Aero Force Mike Date: February 18, 2004 at 22:48
I'll keep this short and sweet... GREAT album, sounds just like current-day Skynyrd. If you dig classic Bad Co or latter-day Skynyrd, this'll rock your balls off.

From: James Date: June 16, 2004 at 20:56
I pulled this one out again because i needed something different to listen to. I take back my previous post, this is a really good CD. Very solid with some great songs. Now the cassette must be replaced with a cd as soon as i find one. I'm glad i gave this album another chance.

From: Remastered Reason Date: January 22, 2006 at 22:21
Forget the name "Bad Company" & enjoy this cd for what it is... A good solid effort. Robert Hart does an excellent job on vocals!!! I seen them live during this period & was quite the skeptic too, but believe me, Robert Hart delivers!!! Rock On, Robert!!!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 13, 2015 at 18:50
The only album recorded with Robert Hart which is a great singer(in here it reminded me of Danny Bowes of the band Thunder )...maybe he wasn't the right man to cover Paul Rodgers or Brian Howe's feet but he did more than a recognizable job in here ...tracks 2,5,7,9,10 & 11(nice one)are in my book of songs...85/100

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 14, 2015 at 19:49
Man, talk about a tree falling in an empty forest! This one sank without a trace, immediately! By '95, all but the top 1% of '70's dinosaurs (Aerosmith, Tom Petty, AC/DC, and soon Kiss) had wrung every last drop of public interest out of their careers. Truly, no one gave a fuck anymore. They appeared on Rockline (along with the equally antiquated Boston), but even '70's-obsessed AOR radio didn't play this. They toured, but nobody pretended they wanted to hear anything but the classics. The time had finally come, and Bad Company went with most of their contemporaries fully into Nostalgia Land, leaving behind Company Of Strangers, an album that is pleasant, easygoing, and clearly made by and for middle-aged men.

From: Monsieur Renard Date: October 25, 2017 at 12:56
Great blues-y hardrock in the vein of .38 Special and Thunder. More like bikerrock than partyrock, wich is a good thing Robert Hart really is an exceptional vocalist. Also the guitarplaying of Mick Ralphs is really great!

From: Doug Date: October 25, 2017 at 13:30
This is a decent album, not on par with Paul Rodgers or Brian Howe fronted albums, but not bad. Robert Hart is a good vocalist. I've commented on this before, I've never liked how Bad Co has intentionally divided their work, disavowing the work of Howe and Hart. I attribute this to Mick Ralphs. I felt like he "phoned it in" after Rodgers left. And then when he returned, he all of a sudden re-emerged but still never giving due credit to the Howe/Hart years. A shame...

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