Pop Party DJz, Pop Classics, The Pop Heroes – Princess of China. Ronald Binge – A Minuet For Pop. 2:55. Stuck in the Sound – Pop Pop Pop. 2:50. The Spectres – Be Bop Pop. 4:50. POP x EP ON x MAMEAW – Let's Party. The Sherrys – Pop Pop Pop - Pie. 4:17. Chateau Pop – All Through the Night.
Spectres is the fifth studio album by Blue Öyster Cult, released in November 1977. The album, which features one of the band's biggest hits, the concert staple "Godzilla," was certified gold in January 1978. The cover art features Blue Öyster Cult's use of lasers in their live show at that time. A remastered version was released on CD on February 13, 2007, and included four previously unreleased outtakes from the Spectres sessions as bonus tracks.
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Spectres is not the masterpiece that Agents of Fortune is, but it didn't need to be. However, upon hearing Spectres again, the album offers proof that the commercial and creative bent of Agents of Fortune was still in place at certain moments, and the band laid out a major single in the opening cut, "Godzilla," a tune - however silly it may be - that is every bit as memorable as "(Don't Fear) The Reaper. Spectres also contains tunes that were ready-made for touring, which is what the Cult did immediately after, resulting in the wildly successful live album Some Enchanted Evening. In sum, the only reason Spectres is not regarded as a classic is because it followed Agents of Fortune.
Because of the eccentric way Be Bop Deluxe presented their music though, they never quite connected with the average rock fan out there. As for Bill Nelson's guitar style, he was a very polished player. His solo's were very clean and creative, and a lot of imagination went in to their song arrangements. I also recommend their "Live In The Air Age" record if you can find it, or their BBC Radio 1 album "Tramcar To Tomorrow. Both excellent albums that are tailor made for guitar lovers. Anybody familiar with Be-Bop Deluxe needs no convincing as to the merits of this compilation. Suffice it to say that this band put out a string of great albums in the '70s that never made the ultimate splash in the US that they deserved.