BLUE ÖYSTER CULT Reveals Bonus Tracks For Reissues

Launch Radio Networks reports: BLUE ÖYSTER CULT has announced the bonus tracks for two album reissues coming out February 13.

The Legacy Edition of the 1978 live album "Some Enchanted Evening" will double from seven to 14 tracks, with previously unreleased performances of "ME 262", "Harvester of Eyes", "Hot Rails To Hell", "Summer Of Love", "5 Guitars", STEPPENWOLF's "Born To Be Wild", and an alternate version of the ANIMALS' "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place". The album will also come with a bonus 11-track DVD recorded in 1978 at the Capitol Center in Landover, Maryland, and new liner notes by PATTI SMITH GROUP guitarist Lenny Kaye.

The 1977 album "Spectres" — which featured the hits "Godzilla" and "Goin' Through the Motions" — comes with four bonus tracks from the recording sessions, including the originals "Night Flyer", "M For Murder", "Please Hold", and a cover of the RONETTES' "Be My Baby". Kaye wrote liner notes for this reissue as well.

"Spectres" was certified gold, while "Some Enchanted Evening" hit the platinum mark.

BLUE ÖYSTER CULT performs tomorrow (Friday, December 29) in Middletown, New York.


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