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"People today are still living off the table scraps of the sixties." - Bob Dylan

This Week's Featured Artist

Blue Oyster Cult,
whose biggest hit, "Don't Fear The Reaper"
entered the Billboard Top 40, on its way to #12
this week in 1976.

Be sure to read Gary James' interviews with
Joe Bouchard
Albert Bouchard
of Blue Oyster Cult.

Did You Know?

The name Blue Oyster Cult came from a 1960s poem
written by manager Sandy Pearlman about a group of aliens
who had assembled to secretly guide Earth's history.

Who sang that song that you have stuck in your head?
How high did it climb on the charts and in what year?
You can find out in our Who Sang That Hit? Section
Explore the facts behind the deaths
of some of the music world's biggest stars
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