BAD COMPANY Vinyl DISCOGRAPHY and album Cover Photo Gallery

"Bad Company", formed in 1973, was a British rock supergroup with a distinct bluesy and hard rock sound. Comprising members from Free, Mott the Hoople, and King Crimson, the band achieved notable success with hits like "Feel Like Makin' Love" and "Can't Get Enough". This web-page has a selection of "BAD COMPANY" vinyl records released during 1975-1977.

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BAD COMPANY - Burning Sky ( 1977 Germany ).

Transport yourself to the rock 'n' roll energy of the late 70s with BAD COMPANY's "Burnin' Sky" (1977 Germany). This 12" Vinyl LP Album, recorded at Chateau d'Herouville, France, exudes timeless vibes. Produced by Chris Kimsey, the album's release was strategically timed, preserving its distinct sound and avoiding competition with the band's previous hit.

White Label Island Records ILPSP 9346

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BAD COMPANY - Run with the Pack ( 1976 ) .

"Run With The Pack" was recorded in France with The Rolling Stones Mobile Truck in September of 1975 with engineer Ron Nevison and mixed in Los Angeles by Eddie Kramer. The album was the only original Bad Company album not to feature artwork from Hipgnosis as it featured artwork from Kosh instead

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BAD COMPANY - Straight Shooter ( 1975, USA )

Embark on a musical journey with BAD COMPANY's "Straight Shooter" (1975, USA). This 12" Vinyl LP album, recorded at Gloucestershire Castle, captures the essence of the era. Immerse yourself in the band's captivating sound, meticulously crafted in September 1974 with The Ronnie Lane Mobile Truck. Let the timeless melodies and rock prowess transport you to that legendary recording session.

Black Label Island Records ILPS 9304

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BAD COMPANY - Straight Shooter ( 1975 ) .

"Straight Shooter" was recorded at Gloucestershire Castle (a castle turned hotel) again with The Ronnie Lane Mobile Truck in September of 1974.