Desolation Angels is the fifth studio album by the English rock band Bad Company. The album was released on March 17, 1979. Paul Rodgers revealed on In the Studio with Redbeard (which devoted an episode to Desolation Angels) that the album's title came from the novel of the same name by Jack Kerouac. The title was almost used 10 years previous to name the second album from Rodgers' previous band, Free, which in the end was called simply Free.
Bad Company - Desolation Angels (1979).
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Bad Company Desolation Angels (1979) This may have been the last of Bad Company's best albums, but this is the best of the lot. This one only generated two songs that entered the charts, but it has the best collection of songs of any Bad Company album. The good news is that Desolation Angels is a noticeable improvement from 1977's Burnin' Sky, with Bad Company's sound taking on a smoother, more polished feel than its predecessor.
Bad Company released 'Desolation Angels' on March 17, 1979. Perhaps not the most ideal circumstances for recording an album, but the songs didn't suffer. Desolation Angels hit No. 3 on the Billboard album chart and spun off one of the band's biggest hits with first single "Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy," which peaked at No. 13 – all without making concessions to changing trends. Everybody seems so shocked," Burrell said, laughing. We went to Germany and they kept asking us, 'Why is your music still the same?'