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26 Apr Discography – MP3 CBR (except noted) GB Blue Cheer is often credited as one of the very earliest pioneers of heavy. 24 May Blue Cheer's second album, Outsideinside, fully matches its predecessor's primal power. The last Blue Cheer release to feature the beloved. 1 Aug Like a musical tsunami swallowing everything in sight, San Francisco's Blue Cheer submerged all of those happy-go-lucky denizens of the Age.
16 Sep Outsideinside was the last record to feature the original Blue Cheer line-up, as Leigh Stephens left the band after the album was released. 28 Mar – Blue Cheer. Cover. 1. Fool (Yoder, Grelecki) 2. You're Gonna Need Someone (Stephens, Mayell) 3. Hello L. A., Bye-Bye. 20 May A good friend requests that I reup these two classic Blue Cheer albums happy to, sludgy ear wrecking greatness! "Vincebus Eruptum" in.
25 May After working with two monstrously loud guitar heroes, Leigh Stephens and Randy Holden, Blue Cheer wanted to pursue a more subtle musical. 6 Aug To describe Blue Cheer, the first word that comes to mind is loud! It was said that the band's sonic blast could “turn the air into cottage. Yoder did a single for Epic and and then joined Blue Cheer. The Kak album eventually became a pricey collector item, and was reissued on CD by Big Beat. 26 Jan Blue Cheer - Vincebus Eruptum () Orig. surprised (or, more likely, beyond horrified): antelopedanceproject.com 28 Apr The perfect soundtrack for a generation caught in peace, love, revolution, social upheaval and war!! Blue Cheer manage to conjure up all these.
16 Jan Blue Cheer is the fourth album by Blue Cheer, released in on Philips . antelopedanceproject.com 21 Jan Blue Cheer was an American rock band that initially performed and recorded in the late s and early s and was sporadically active. 9 Mar Highlights and Lowlives is the eighth studio album by American rock band Blue Cheer, released in and produced by Jack Endino. 27 Nov Not just on Hendrix, of course: Blue Cheer were fascinated by everything as long as it was loud, screechy, and heavy — their cover of.