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The Blue Riders
Nuclear Blues (No Way Out)
Garage Rock, Blues Rock
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Nuclear Blues is an album by the band Blood, Sweat & Tears, released in 1980. This was the band's eleventh studio album and their first release for MCA/LAX Records. Nuclear Blues was produced by Jerry Goldstein, who had previously been known for his work with the band War. Even though it had only been three years since they released their last album Brand New Day, the band contained a new line-up with David Clayton-Thomas being the only remaining member from that period.

No Way Out is the debut album by the American garage rock band The Chocolate Watchband, and was released in September 1967 on Tower Records (see 1967 in music). It blended both garage and psychedelic rock influences, and was marked by distorted guitar instrumentals that were early examples of protopunk. It features the band's harder-edged interpretations of songs, with only three original compositions.

That sense of loss makes No Way Out a more substantial album than most mid-'90s hip-hop releases, and even if it has flaws - there's a bit too much filler and it runs a little long - it is nevertheless a compelling, harrowing album that establishes Puff Daddy as a vital rapper in his own. right. blue highlight denotes track pick.

Artist: Livin' Blues Album: Out Of The Blue Genre: Blues Rock Label: AGAT Company Released: 1995 Quality: FLAC (image+. As old Latin proverb says: how many people, so many tastes.

Released in September of 1967, No Way Out came at the end of the band's first 15 months of existence, a period that encompassed the recording and release of four singles of generally extraordinary quality, and as good as anything heard from any garage band anywhere during that period. Just two of those single tracks, "Are You Gonna Be There (At the Love-In)" and "No Way Out," ended up on the original ten-track LP, but even they could (and should) have been the core of an immensely powerful LP.

No Blues Today The Buddaheads. Go No Further The Bob Lanza Blues Band. No Way to Get There from Here The Bresnan Blues Band. No Stranger To The Blues The Kinsey Report. End Station The Cancel.

Album American Apathy.

Criteria: These "Blues" albums were chosen to showcase the artists musical vision through their impact, originality, influence, creative inspiration & musical quality. This list does not include "greatest hits, best of, live albums, box sets OR albums by those artists who did not exhibit a clear blues thread throughout their careers. Last Updated: 2007-02-16.

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A Nuclear Blues (No Way Out)
Written By – R. Shore
B Blues For You
Written By – J. Stevens


  • Engineer – Bob Lessick
  • Producer – Charles A. Linquist, Steve Nikifor, The Blue Riders


Bluesy garage rock with a female singer on A side. Male singer on B side. Appears to be a private pressing made at PRI pressing plant, Wyandanch, NY.