"Call it killer, call it heavy, but it is the best non-pretty American group in a long while, in the same (urban) league with The Doors and The Velvet Underground."
"...Screaming perditious hell fire and brimstone guitar slashing feedback stentority rooted in the sixth demensional afterworld of heavy metal, of which Blue Öyster Cult now holds the champion's belt"
|Billboard's Top 200 albums:
12 weeks on the chart.
Entered Mar 17, 1973, last appearance Jun 2, 1973
Hot Rails To Hell / 7 Screaming Diz-Busters
(did not chart)
|The "Hot Rails To Hell" single was packaged in the picture sleeve at right. This single is a rare record, but easier to find than
the "Cities" single.
|The Red & the Black||Albert Bouchard, Eric Bloom, Sandy Pearlman|
|O.D.d on Life Itself||Eric Bloom, Albert Bouchard, Joe Bouchard, Sandy Pearlman|
|Hot Rails To Hell||Joe Bouchard|
|7 Screaming Diz-Busters||Albert Bouchard, Joe Bouchard, Donald Roeser, Sandy Pearlman|
|Baby Ice Dog||Albert Bouchard, Eric Bloom, Patti Smith|
|Wings Wetted Down||Albert Bouchard, Joe Bouchard|
|Teen Archer||Donald Roeser, Eric Bloom, Richard Meltzer|
|Mistress of the Salmon Salt (Quicklime Girl)||Albert Bouchard, Sandy Pearlman|