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Musicians
    (1970- )
    Watertown, New York
    Eric Bloom - vocals/guitar/keyboards (1970- )
    Buck Dharma - guitar (1970- )
    Allen Lanier - guitar/keyboards (1970- )
    Albert Bouchard - drummer/singer/guitarist (1970-81)
    Joe Bouchard - bass (1970-86)
    Rick Downey - drummer (1981-85)
    Jimmy Wilcox - drummer (1985-86)
    Tom Zvoncheck - guitar/bass (1985-86)
    Joe Rogers - bass (1986-95)
    Ron Riddle - keyboards (1987-91)
    Chuck Bürgi - drummer (1991-95)
    John Miceli - drummer (1992-92)
    Danny Miranda - bass (1995- )
    Greg Smith - bass (1995-95)
    John O'Reilly - drummer (1995-96)
    Bobby Rondinelli - drums (1997- )
    Recorded 'Blue Oyster Cult (1972),' 'Tyranny & Mutation (1973),' 'Secret Treaties (1974),' 'On Your Feet Or On Your Knees (1975),' 'Agents of Fortune (1976),' 'Spectres (1977),' 'Some Enchanted Evening (1978),' 'Mirrors (1979),' 'Cultosaurus Erectus (1980),' 'Fire of Unknown Origin (1981),' 'Extraterrestrial Live (1982),' 'Don't Fear The Reaper: The Best of Blue Oyster Cult (1983),' 'The Revolution By Night (1983),' 'Club Ninja (1986),' 'Imaginos (1988),' 'On Flame With Rock And Roll (1990),' 'Career Or Evil: Greatest Hits (1990),' 'Cult Classic (1994),' 'Workshop Of The Telescopes (1995),' 'Super Hits (1998),' 'Heaven Forbid (1998),' 'Live 1976 (2000),' 'Curse Of The Hidden Mirror (2001)'
    After being a popular band for the majority of the 70's, they settled into the 80's as somewhat of a cult band, thanks to the popularity of punk rock.
    They experimented with drugs.
    Some have said that they were 'Pink Floyd-lite.'
    They became a shell of their former self when they started dabbling in sci-fi and Goth imagery.
    They have a revolving door-type of system when it comes to members.
    'Don't Fear The Reaper' is one of the most recognizable classic rock songs ever.
    They were parodied in Saturday Night Live for the use of cow bell in 'Don't Fear The Reaper.'
    Although going through many members, they never broke up, they haven't flooded their fans with 'best of' albums and they've always, for the most part, stayed true to themselves by not selling out.

Credit: His Name is Robert


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