Blue Öyster Cult - Astronomy Album
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From the album "Imaginos"
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Текст песни: Clock strikes twelve and moon drops burst Out at you from their hiding place Like acid and oil on a madmans face His reason tends to fly Oyster Cult's Astronomy is as enigmatic as it is a fantastic track from their classic album Secret Treaties. The song is said to be inspired by events. Astronomy is a song by rock band Blue Öyster Cult that has appeared on several of the band's albums. It was first released on their 1974 album Secret Treaties. Their second live album, Some Enchanted Evening, included a version with an extended guitar solo and a third version was included on the Imaginos album. It was also re-recorded for the band's Cult Classic collection in connection with the TV miniseries of Stephen King's The Stand. Most recently, the song was included on the A Long Day's Night. Astronomy is the eighth track from Blue Öyster Cult's third studio album, Secret Treaties. Its lyrics describe Suzy Dear and a character named Carrie Nurse seeking out knowledge from Desdinova. Eric Bloom - lead vocals, stun guitar, keyboards. Donald Buck Dharma Roeser - lead guitar. Allen Lanier - keyboards, synthesizers, guitar. Joe Bouchard - bass, vocals. Albert Bouchard - drums, vocals. David Lucas - producer. Murray Krugman - producer. Sandy Pearlman - producer. Tim Geelan - engineer. Astronomy is a rock song by Blue Öyster Cult that has appeared on several of the band's albums. It was first published on their 1974 album Secret Treaties. Their second live album, Some Enchanted Evening, included a version with an extended guitar solo and a third version sung by Buck Dharma was included on the Imaginos album. Most recently the song was included on the A Long Day's Night album. The song's lyrics are selected verses from a poem by Sandy Pearlman, the band's producer and mastermind behind their image, called The Soft Doctrines o read more. Blue Öyster Cult. Produced by Sandy Pearlman & Murray Krugman. Album Secret Treaties. Astronomy Lyrics. The clock strikes twelve and moondrops burst Out at you from their hiding place Like acid and oil on a madman's face His reason tends to fly away Like lesser birds on the four winds Like silver scrapes in May Now, the sands become a crust And most of you have gone away. Hey Call me Desdenova, eternal light These gravely digs of mine Will surely prove a sight And don't forget my dog, fixed and consequent. a star Astronomy. a star. More on Genius. Blue Öyster Cult is the eponymous debut studio album by the American hard rock band Blue Öyster Cult, released on January 16, 1972 by Columbia Records. The album featured songs such as Cities on Flame with Rock and Roll, Stairway to the Stars, and Then Came the Last Days of May, all of which the band still plays regularly during its concerts. Blue Öyster Cult recorded a new version of Astronomy for their 1988 concept album Imaginos, which was based on Pearlman's poem The Soft Doctrines Of Imaginos. The concept is that Imaginos is born in 1804 and given superhuman powers. He can take on various identities and time travel, and he plays a part in events leading up to World War I where the story ends. Blue Öyster Cult: все альбомы, включая Stairway to the Stars , iHeart Radio Theater . 2012 , Curse of the Hidden Mirror и другие. 2020 Live in New York City, 1983. FM Radio Broadcast 1986 Blue Öyster Cult. FM Radio Broadcast 1979 Blue Öyster Cult. UG exclusive: I don't think that they really do sound like Blue Öyster Cult