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Club Ninja

by Blue Oyster Cult

Club Ninja by Blue Oyster Cult

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Club Ninja

by Blue Oyster Cult

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Label: Columbia/Legacy
Nowhere near the exercise in crappiness the cover art and title of this album suggest, Club Ninja, while not exactly the band's finest moment, is at least not infected by the tinny drum sound of the '80s despite its 1986 release. It features "Dancin' In the Ruins," a passable attempt at recapturing the magic of "Burnin' For You." That album art, however, really is either the best or worst thing the band ever did. Like any good B.O.C. stuff, "Make Rock Not War" is another instance where you're not sure if they're joking or not.

About This Album

Nowhere near the exercise in crappiness the cover art and title of this album suggest, Club Ninja, while not exactly the band's finest moment, is at least not infected by the tinny drum sound of the '80s despite its 1986 release. It features "Dancin' In the Ruins," a passable attempt at recapturing the magic of "Burnin' For You." That album art, however, really is either the best or worst thing the band ever did. Like any good B.O.C. stuff, "Make Rock Not War" is another instance where you're not sure if they're joking or not.

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About This Album

Nowhere near the exercise in crappiness the cover art and title of this album suggest, Club Ninja, while not exactly the band's finest moment, is at least not infected by the tinny drum sound of the '80s despite its 1986 release. It features "Dancin' In the Ruins," a passable attempt at recapturing the magic of "Burnin' For You." That album art, however, really is either the best or worst thing the band ever did. Like any good B.O.C. stuff, "Make Rock Not War" is another instance where you're not sure if they're joking or not.