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Blue Oyster Cult brought you classics like "Burnin' for You," "The Reaper" and Godzilla." Don't miss your chance to see the best of hard rock performed LIVE! Buy your Blue Oyster Cult tickets now!
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Blue Oyster Cult Concert Tickets

The music of Blue Oyster cult has lasted through the decades as some of the best metal music ever written. From humble beginnings as a collection of students at Stony Brook College in Long Island, the band ascended the ranks to define a decade of music. Get your Blue Oyster Cult tickets to hear classic metal hits like "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" and "Burnin' For You" live!

Blue Oyster Cult began as Soft White Underbelly in the late 1960s. Organized by Sandy Pearlman and Richard Meltzer, the group would record a number of unreleased albums with Elektra Records before signing to Columbia in 1971. It was during this decade that Blue Oyster Cult had its most commercial success.

The band's music has often been associated with many prominent science fiction and horror writers such as Stephen King and Patti Smith. The use of the band's music in the classic John Carpenter film Halloween played a great role in the band's success. In addition, its music videos, which featured heavily on MTV when it was created in 1981, were instrumental in popularizing the music video as a medium.