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Blue Oyster Cult - "Don't Fear the Reaper" (1976)

in 1976 'Don't Fear the Reaper' by the classic group Blue Oyster Cult was released. It became a huge hit & is still heard today on classic rock radio.

Don't Fear the Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult  One of my favorite songs of all time! They do not make music like they used to.... :(

remember black-n-blue concerts? concert girls were good-n-seedy . "Don't Fear the Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult"

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The Essential Blue Öyster Cult, an album by Blue Oyster Cult on Spotify

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Blue Öyster Cult my hubby jammed with them when Reaper came out.

Blue Öyster Cult and Black Sabbath concert film poster

Eurasia – Elementary school geography and concert tours

Black and Blue Black Sabbath and Blue Oyster Cult filmed during their 1980 co-headlining tour Civic Center

BLUE OYSTER CULT “BLUE OYSTER CULT” (1972) Cover by Bill Gawlik

Before The Kiss, A Redcap Blue Oyster Cult Blue Oyster Cult 1972 “ sound of classic vinyl ”

Blue Öyster Cult  The soundtrack of the revolution

23 July 2006 at The Astoria, London was the last time of seeing Blue Oyster Cult. I think the only original member was Buck. Still cant beat "Dont fear the reaper!

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The Music of Blue Oyster Cult: The Box Set Series (2010) 3 CD Set Sealed #HardRock

The Music of Blue Oyster Cult: The Box Set Series (2010) 3 CD Set Sealed

The Music of Blue Oyster Cult: The Box Set Series (2010) 3 CD Set Sealed #HardRock

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Blue Oyster Cult's 40th anniversary CD

Most of Blue Öyster Cult's new box set, containing remastered versions of every album the Long Island hard-rock band ever made, didn't impress singer Eric Bloom.