Category: Classic Rock

Perfect Water - Blue Öyster Cult - Club Ninja (CD, Album)

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  1. Kazik says:
    It was Blue Öyster Cult, and the song was Perfect Water. Club Ninja was my first Blue Öyster Cult album, and though I later discovered that had far far better albums, this one's always stayed with me. Overall it's good, but not great, with Perfect Water being the clear highlight. White Flags, Dancin In The Ruins, and Shadow Warrior are all.
  2. Tekora says:
    Mar 22,  · Their former label released ‘Blue Öyster Cult – The Columbia Albums Collection’ bringing together the group’s 14 official Columbia Records albums, newly remastered. From the pack, I am picking “Club Ninja” (), the most criticized album in their entire career, which alienated the core fan base of the band and beyond.
  3. Vudotilar says:
    Contains 16 page booklet with ̒story of the album ̓, essay & rare period photos. Cover variant: Lemon Recordings logo is printed in black on inlay back side & spines Compared to Club Ninja where it's printed in yellow. On Club Ninja it's also printed in yellow, but the booklet has only 2 pages ℗ Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.4/5(1).
  4. Mautaur says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Club Ninja on Discogs. Label: Columbia - CK • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, AOR Blue Öyster Cult - Club Ninja (, CD) | Discogs/5(10).
  5. Faejar says:
    A life of perfect order! A strange and perfect water! A life of perfect order! A strange and perfect water! Perfect water. I dream this dream within my deep and warm gulf stream. Where two blocks of ice melt into my hands like dice, And I roll seven on the floor of the sea! And I roll seven on the floor of the sea! And I feel the perfect water.
  6. Dale says:
    Blue Öyster Cult also released a third live album Extraterrestrial Live. The band then went to the studio for the next album, The Revölution by Night (), with Bruce Fairbairn as producer. 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.
  7. Gardazil says:
    "Club Ninja" () always came like an intriguing item on the Blue Oyster Cult back catalog, which mostly follows the arena-rock style of the former LP "The Revölution by Night" though, after subsequent listens, I realized that, if we remove the cheesy '80s keyboards, and the polished sound, we can find something -and more than something- from the late '70s and early '80s Blue Oyster Cult.
  8. Motaur says:
    Blue Oyster Cult - Club Ninja: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: White Flags: A2: Dancin' In The Ruins: A3: Rock Not War: A4: Perfect Water: A5: Spy In The House Of The Night * Items below may differ depending on the release. Blue Öyster Cult .

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