Bad Company

Bad Company - Bad Company
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Based on 2 reviews
1974 Ratings: #45 / 112
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1974 Ratings: #160
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Bad Company is an English rock band formed in 1973 in Albury, Surry by Paul Rodgers (singer), Mick Ralphs (guitar), Simon Kirike (drummer), and Boz Burrell (bass). Peter Grant, who managed the band for their first 9 years also manged Led Zeppelin. The title was originally thought to be based off of the Jeff Bridges film by the same name, however, Paul Rodgers says that the idea came through Victorian morals with a picture of a cild looking at a figure leaning on a lamp post and that the caption ... read more


Basically a greatest hits album filled with the best parts of 70s classic rock


Perfect example that "dad rock" isn't always worthy of an eye roll. Bad Company's solid debut album has aged impressively, and remains a fresh collection of classic rock gems. The title track is a definite highlight, but don't sleep on "Ready For Love" and "Can't Get Enough"! If you're hesitant to enter the sometimes dreadful world of '70s classic rock, this should be one of the first entries on your list. It's short and packed to the gills with solid material that ... read more

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Track List

  1. Can't Get Enough
  2. Rock Steady
  3. Ready For Love
  4. Don't Let Me Down
  5. Bad Company
  6. The Way I Choose
  7. Movin' On
  8. Seagull
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Added on: August 20, 2013