The Best of Bad Company Live...What You Hear Is What You Get

The Best of Bad Company Live...What You Hear Is What You Get

by Bad Company
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The Best of Bad Company Live...What You Hear Is What You Get

Bad Company play all of their trademark rockers here, with only their original guitarist and drummer intact.

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Release Date: 11/16/1993
Label: Atlantic
UPC: 0075679230720
catalogNumber: 92307

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The Best of Bad Company Live...What You Hear Is What You Get 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Their live versions of How about that?,If you needed somebody,No smoke without a fire are simply astounding.The mastering and mixing on these songs are truly a work of art.The drum solo and fade in to their trademark classic Bad company is a masterpiece.This LIVE version of their past hits is the best bang for the buck.This collection will be enjoyed for years to come by even a passive Bad Company fan.
ButterFreeGodzilla4Life More than 1 year ago
paul left the band started a rival with other band members i met brain howee in person and he has a way better vocal range than paul rogers left the band and destroyed the bands repuation brian howe blows paul rogers outta the water
Guest More than 1 year ago
Live albums can be annoying--too much crowd noise and the songs sound different than you are used to hearing them--but this one is great. Once you hear these versions the studio recordings of the same songs just sound so boring.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
Having been a big Bad Company fan through the decades I bought this as it had all their hits on it. I didn't realize that Paul Rogers, one of the greatest rock & roll voices of all time, wasn't with the band when they recorded it. Brian Howe, the lead vocalist on the recording, isn't even in the same league as Rogers and seems to pull the rest of the band into mediocrity with him. Spend your money on any other Bad Company album but this one.