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Dancin In The Ruins - Blue Öyster Cult - Club Ninja (CD, Album)

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  • Blue Öyster Cult at Wikipedia “Club Ninja” at RateYourMusic “Club Ninja” at Discogs. Record Label: Lemon Recordings/Cherry Red Records/Sony Music Entertainment Catalogue Number: CD LEM UPC: Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY34 Matrix/Runout: Sony DADC CDLEM 02 Mould SID Code: IFPI AEW Tracklist: White flags []
  • Club Ninja is the tenth studio album by American hard rock group Blue Öyster Cult, released December 10, in the United Kingdom and on February 11, in the United States. The album was intended as a comeback for the band, whose previous album The Revölution by Night failed to attain Gold status following the success of 's Fire of Unknown Origin and 's Extraterrestrial Live.
  • A pivotal album at the time due to the loss of original keyboardist Allen Lanier, Club Ninja nevertheless features some of the best material in the band's catalogue. Tracks such as 'Dancin' in the Ruins', 'When the War Comes Down' (with lactiorereshotiteslixydemule.coinfory: Music.
  • Club Ninja is to their s output what Mirrors was to their s output - an album where the distinctive Blue Oyster Cult weirdness which remains present on their better pop albums threatens to disappear/5(6).
  • I guess I'll see you dancin' in the ruins tonight! Dancin' in the ruins! Blue Oyster Cult Lyrics. album: "Club Ninja" () White Flags. Dancin' In The Ruins. Make Rock Not War. Perfect Water. Spy In The House Of The Night. Beat 'Em Up. When The War Comes. Shadow Warrior.
  • Club Ninja is the tenth studio album by Blue Öyster Cult. It was released on December 10, by Columbia Records. The album peaked at No. 63 on the Billboard Hot in February and held for two weeks. This is the first album to not feature Allen Lanier, as Tommy Zvonchek replaced him prior to the album's recording.
  • Blue Öyster Cult's gradual disintegration continued with Club Ninja, on which original member Allen Lanier was replaced by keyboard player Tom Zvoncheck, and several compositions from outside the band were featured, notably the Leggat Brothers' "White Flags," and a couple of generic metal exercises by Bob Halligan, who had contributed much the same sort of material to Judas Priest.4/
  • Jul 26,  · The album was re-issued on compact disc on March 10, , by Sony-owned reissue label American Beat Records, which had also reissued the band's album, Imaginos. Club Ninja's first single, "Dancin' in the Ruins," was a minor radio and MTV hit/5(13).
  • Club Ninja was my first Blue Öyster Cult album, and though I later discovered that had far far better albums, this one's always stayed with me. Overall it's good, but not great, with Perfect Water being the clear highlight. White Flags, Dancin In The Ruins, and Shadow Warrior are all solid Blue Öyster Cult .

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