Subhuman - Blue Öyster Cult - On Your Feet Or On Your Knees (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Subhuman - Blue Öyster Cult - On Your Feet Or On Your Knees (CD, Album)

  1. Nedal says:
    “Subhuman” was planned to be called “Blue Öyster Cult,” but Sandy Pearlman disliked the idea at the time. Years later, on Imaginos, this song was re-recorded and renamed “Blue.
  2. Faelkree says:
    On Your Feet or On your Knees. The Subhuman Harvester Of Eyes Hot Rails To Hell Red & The Black 7 Screaming Diz-Busters Buck's Boogie -- (Buck Dharma) Last Days Of May Cities On Flame ME Before The Kiss (A Redcap) Maserati GT (I Ain't Got You) -- (C. Carter) Born To Be Wild -- (M. Bonfire) Notes: Released February by Columbia.
  3. JoJoshicage says:
    On Your Feet or on Your Knees () [Live] by Blue Oyster Cult. Labels: Columbia Records. Genres: Hard Rock. Songs: The Subhuman, Harvester of Eyes, Hot Rails to Hell, The Red and the Black, 7 Screaming Diz-Busters, Buck's Boogie.
  4. Tojat says:
    Subhuman [On Your Feet or On Your Knees] Lyrics: I am becalmed / Lost to nothing / Warm weather and / Holocaust / Left to die by two good friends / Abandoned me and put to sleep / Left to die by.
  5. Mezicage says:
    Product description Digitally remastered edition housed in a mini LP sleeve. The first live album from Blue Öyster Cult, on Your Feet Or on Your Knees, captures all the excitement of a live BÖC concert, with soaring guitar solos and passionate vocals on standout songs such as "Seven Screaming Diz-Busters" and "Buck's Boogie."Reviews:
  6. Araramar says:
    Blue Öyster Cult On Your Feet Or On Your Knees Album. Jahr: Tracks. LP Columbia PG The Subhuman - Blue Öyster Cult (Live) Harvester Of Eyes.
  7. Zulushicage says:
    Bucks boogie (live on your feet on your knees) Veteran of the psychic wars (etl live with extended buck solo) The vigil. Hot rails to hell. The great sun jester. Quicklime girl. Of course I .
  8. Shaktigis says:
    While On Your Feet breaks the pattern by including such previously unrecorded Blue Oyster staples as "Born to Be Wild" and "Buck's Boogie," Roeser's instrumental showcase, the record also shrilly reasserts the band's public identity. "On your feet or on your knees," an emcee booms at several points during the two-record set; and, as if to.

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