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Desolation Angels

by Bad Company

Desolation Angels by Bad Company

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Desolation Angels

by Bad Company

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Label: Rhino Atlantic
Desolation Angels gets a bad rap because it is generally considered Bad Company's last good record, but while the album is not made up of the strongest material, it does feature one of the group's trademark songs: "Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy." On top of that you get a strutting cock-rock winner written by bassist Boz Burrell, "Gone, Gone, Gone," and a down-home soul blues number, "Oh, Atlanta," that, despite being pretty different from their entire catalog, comes off as one of the band's finest tunes. Warning, though, there is jazz rock on here

About This Album

Desolation Angels gets a bad rap because it is generally considered Bad Company's last good record, but while the album is not made up of the strongest material, it does feature one of the group's trademark songs: "Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy." On top of that you get a strutting cock-rock winner written by bassist Boz Burrell, "Gone, Gone, Gone," and a down-home soul blues number, "Oh, Atlanta," that, despite being pretty different from their entire catalog, comes off as one of the band's finest tunes. Warning, though, there is jazz rock on here

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About This Album

Desolation Angels gets a bad rap because it is generally considered Bad Company's last good record, but while the album is not made up of the strongest material, it does feature one of the group's trademark songs: "Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy." On top of that you get a strutting cock-rock winner written by bassist Boz Burrell, "Gone, Gone, Gone," and a down-home soul blues number, "Oh, Atlanta," that, despite being pretty different from their entire catalog, comes off as one of the band's finest tunes. Warning, though, there is jazz rock on here