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Agents Of Fortune

by Blue Oyster Cult

Agents Of Fortune by Blue Oyster Cult

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Agents Of Fortune

by Blue Oyster Cult

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Label: Columbia/Legacy
Marked by their biggest hit, "(Don't Fear) the Reaper" -- which brought B.O.C. the commercial success that they'd either been missing or avoiding when it was released in 1976 -- Agents of Fortune is often cited as the band's creative peak. The fact is, "Reaper," "Tattoo Vampire," "True Confessions" and "This Ain't the Summer of Love" really do sound like four different bands. Do not miss their best riff since "Cities on Flame" with "E.T.I. (Extra Terrestrial Intelligence)."

About This Album

Marked by their biggest hit, "(Don't Fear) the Reaper" -- which brought B.O.C. the commercial success that they'd either been missing or avoiding when it was released in 1976 -- Agents of Fortune is often cited as the band's creative peak. The fact is, "Reaper," "Tattoo Vampire," "True Confessions" and "This Ain't the Summer of Love" really do sound like four different bands. Do not miss their best riff since "Cities on Flame" with "E.T.I. (Extra Terrestrial Intelligence)."

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About This Album

Marked by their biggest hit, "(Don't Fear) the Reaper" -- which brought B.O.C. the commercial success that they'd either been missing or avoiding when it was released in 1976 -- Agents of Fortune is often cited as the band's creative peak. The fact is, "Reaper," "Tattoo Vampire," "True Confessions" and "This Ain't the Summer of Love" really do sound like four different bands. Do not miss their best riff since "Cities on Flame" with "E.T.I. (Extra Terrestrial Intelligence)."