Other recorded appearances by BOC
Eric Bloom and Ian Hunter have shared several songwriting sessions, which yielded Spectres' "Goin' Through the Motions" and Revölution by Night's "Let Go." Eric returned in kind, and contributed backup vocals on Ian Hunter’s 1979 LP "You’re Never Alone with a Schizophrenic."

Eric also sings a line on the 1986 "Stars" single, for the hunger relief "Hear 'n Aid" project, organized by Ronnie James Dio. "Stars" and its accompanying video featured a wide range of metal stars, including Spinal Tap, Yngwie Malmsteen and Ted Nugent.

Eric sings on a Metallica tribute album, "Metallic Assault," doing "For Whom the Bell Tolls" with Al Pitrelli, Ansley Dunbar and Tony Franklin.

Eric also sings on "On The Way to Moonstone" on Moonstone Project's "Hidden in Time" CD.

Other Eric projects:

  • Spoken introduction on "Don't Fear the Remake" by Too Hip for the Room.

Buck Dharma plays guitar on three songs on Kasim Sulton's (Utopia) first solo outing, "Kasim" (EMI-America ST-17063).

Buck also recorded a song (and video) with the upstate New York band Blotto, which appears on their "Combo Akimbo" album. "Metal Head" is a hilarious take-off on the hard core Heavy Metal fan, and although the album cut is great, the video takes it to new heights and is the best way to enjoy the song. Buck contributes the guitar solo in the song, and cameos in the video as a frustrated wannabe guitarist. He also made a guest appearance with Blotto onstage for "Metalhead" in 1983.

Another Dharma appearance can be found on a syndicated live radio show, The Source, making a guest appearance with Pat Travers on the encore, a version of Cream’s "Sunshine of your Love."

Buck appears on Les Vegas' (Les Braunstein, original Soft White Underbelly vocalist) 7" single, "Dark Angel" and his recently released CD, "Fool's Gold."

Other Dharma appearances:

  • "Stars", Hear 'n Aid single
  • "Thumb" from album by Christy Jefferson
  • "Fool's Gold" by Les Vegas
  • "ZKG" by Tommy Zvoncheck
  • "El Sol" from To Helen With Love CD
  • "All Time Greatest Hips" & "Don't Fear the Remake" by Too Hip for the Room
  • "Significance" from "River To The Sea" by Simon Apple

Richie has been making music since high school, and has been involved with, as a player, engineer or producer on over a dozen different recorded projects. Above are pictured three of his original music albums. For a complete list of Richie's recorded works, visit the discography on his website.

Jules has drummed on over a dozen albums for New York-area artists. Above are a few of his appearances. Above are pictured three of his original music albums. For a complete list of Jule's recorded works, visit the discography on his website.

Rudy Sarzo is a legend in the hard rock arena. He's played with Ozzy Osbourne & Randy Rhoads, Quiet Riot, Whitesnake, Dio and Yngwie Malmsteen, to name a few.

Select other Sarzo appearances:

  • 30th Anniversary Box Set of "Diary of a Madman" & "Blizzard of Ozz"
  • "Speak of the Devil" by Ozzy Osbourne
  • "Condition Critical", "Alive and Well", "Guilty Pleasures" by Quiet Riot
  • "Live at Donnington" by Whitesnake
  • "Project Driver" by M.A.R.S.

Allen wrote several songs withJim Carroll , one of which, "Day and Night," appears on Carroll’s first album,1980’s "Catholic Boy" (Atco SD 38-132). Another, "Dance the Night Away," is found on his 1983 album, "I Write Your Name" (ATLANTIC 7 80123-1). This song was originally intended for the "Agents of Fortune" album, but did not make the final cut.

Allen’s contributions can also be found on many of Patti Smith’s albums, and on John Cale’s 1979 LP "Music For A New Society." Sandy Pearlman often used Allen as a studio musician for his many production projects in the seventies. Allen’s playing appears on albums by the Dictators, Shakin’ Street, Pavlov’s Dog and The Clash... sometimes credited, sometimes not.