Tyranny and Mutation (stylized on the cover as THE BLVE ÖYSTER CVLT: TYRANNY AND MVTATION) is the second studio album by American hard rock band Blue Öyster Cult, released on February 11, 1973 by Columbia Records. It was produced by Murray Krugman and Sandy Pearlman. On May 12, 1973, the album peaked at No. 122 on the Billboard 200 chart. The only single released from the album, "Hot Rails to Hell," did not chart. The album was recorded in late 1972 at Columbia Studios in New York City.
On Tyranny and Mutation, Blue Öyster Cult achieved the seemingly impossible: they brightened their sound and deepened their mystique. The band picked up their tempos considerably on this sophomore effort, and producers Sandy Pearlman and Murray Krugman added a lightning bolt of high-end sonics to their frequency range.
Producer – Blue Öyster Cult (tracks: 11, 12), George Geranios (tracks: 11, 12), Murray Krugman (tracks: 1 to 10), Sandy Pearlman (tracks: 1 to 10). Recorded By – Lou Schlossberg, Phil Giambalvo. Tracks 1-8 recorded 1972 at Columbia Studios New York. com/Blue-Ö423459" Columbia KC 32017
The Red & The Black - (A. Bouchard, E. Bloom, S. Pearlman). d On Life Itself - (E. Bloom, A. Bouchard, J. Bouchard, S. Hot Rails To Hell - (J. Bouchard). 7 Screaming Diz-Busters - (A. Bouchard, D. Roeser, S. Baby Ice Dog - (A. Bloom, P. Smith). Wings Wetted Down - (A. Teen Archer - (D. Roeser, E. Bloom, R. Meltzer). Mistress Of The Salmon Salt (Quicklime Girl) - (A.
Album · 1973 · 8 Songs. More By Blue Öyster Cult. See All. Blue Öyster Cult's Power Station II.
Blue Öyster Cult (often abbreviated BÖC or BOC) is an American rock band formed on Long Island, New York in 1967, perhaps best known for the singles "(Don't Fear) The Reaper", "Burnin' for You", and "Godzilla. Blue Öyster Cult has sold more than 24 million records worldwide, including 7 million in the United States alone
Friday, July 1, 2016. Blue Oyster Cult - 1973 - Tyranny and Mutation. Blue Oyster Cult 1973 Tyranny and Mutation. On the whole, though, the album tends to drag a little, especially everywhere where the band tries to be moody without being heavy - there isn't a single song on here, for instance, which would match the soulful tension of ?Last Days Of May' or the spookiness of ?Screams': something like ?Wings Wetted Down', whose tales of black horsemen.