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Workshop of the Telescopes
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Sony Music
Catalog Number: 64163
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|1. ||Cities on Flame With Rock and Roll ||4:03|
|2. ||Transmaniacon Mc ||3:20|
|3. ||Before the Kiss, a Redcap ||4:58|
|4. ||Stairway to the Stars ||3:43|
|5. ||Buck's Boogie ||5:17|
|6. ||Workshop of the Telescopes ||3:46|
|7. ||Red and the Black ||4:35|
|8. ||7 Screaming Diz-Busters ||7:00|
|9. ||Career of Evil ||4:07|
|10. ||Flaming Telepaths ||5:23|
|11. ||Astronomy ||6:15|
|12. ||Harvester of Eyes ||5:00|
|13. ||Me 262 ||8:17|
|14. ||Born to Be Wild Studio Version ||3:38|
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|Total Running Time:  ||69:22|
|15. ||(Don't Fear) The Reaper ||5:08|
|16. ||This Ain't the Summer of Love ||2:21|
|17. ||E.T.I. (Extra Terrestrial Intelligence) ||3:42|
|18. ||Godzilla ||3:41|
|19. ||Goin' Through the Motions ||3:12|
|20. ||Golden Age of Leather ||5:51|
|21. ||Kick Out the Jams ||3:12|
|22. ||We Gotta Get Out of This Place ||4:33|
|23. ||In Thee ||3:48|
|24. ||Marshall Plan ||5:24|
|25. ||Vetern of the Psychic Wars ||4:48|
|26. ||Burnin' for You ||4:30|
|27. ||Dominance and Submission live ||5:56|
|28. ||Take Me Away ||4:30|
|29. ||Shooting Shark ||7:09|
|30. ||Dancin' in the Ruins ||4:00|
|31. ||Perfect Water ||5:29|
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|Total Running Time:|| 77:14|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: November 16, 2001 at 9:52|
|This is an excellent summary/introduction to BOC. I picked it up as part of my CD collection since I have everything else on album. Found it to be a good addition and it gets regular rotation. What a band
||Date: June 7, 2002 at 16:44|
|Perhaps the best compilation I`ve ever heard. True metal and good tracks.
||Date: October 23, 2002 at 22:02|
|very good double set.this band has great history.i think its clear now that their place is among the best..with led zepp and sabbath.
||Date: October 27, 2002 at 20:43|
|Satan, S&M, vampires, UFOs... what wasn't to like about these guys?? Blue Oyster Cult's music is tremendously habit-forming. As good as this 2CD anthology is, I still recommend listening to their albums in their entirety (especially the first 3). One might cry foul that their masterpiece, "Imaginos" isn't represented here, but it wouldn't have made much sense anyway, seeing as that CD is best ingested as a whole and not in bite-size chunks. Having said that, this IS the best of the BOC comps.
||Date: May 28, 2003 at 4:00|
|Neat versions of classic BOC here. Not an album for newbees to BOC this album rehashes the reasons why BOC fans like this band...and does it well.
||Date: December 2, 2004 at 15:43|
|Ok, compilations DON'T get old. Excellent album, my friends.
|From: Remastered Reason
||Date: April 3, 2009 at 22:19|
|Compared to MC5, Steppenwolf, & The Doors to some degree, Blue Oyster Cult's originality lies within their often wierd, ambiguous lyrics & song titles, combining with their brand of sci-fi & sometimes cryptic rock & roll. This 2 disc set does do justice to their output throughout the years but having each album to ponder individually is best.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: February 27, 2014 at 17:06|
|This is pretty much all the BOC you would ever need, ina very thorough overview of the band's career from the trippy early days, until people stopped caring sometime in the early '80's. Only song missing is "I love The Night."
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