Bad Company (British blues-rock supergroup)

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Rock Band, NOT to be confused with D&B act Bad Company UK

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Bad Company is an English rock supergroup founded in 1973 by two former Free band members — singer Paul Rodgers and drummer Simon Kirke — as well as Mott the Hoople guitarist Mick Ralphs and King Crimson bassist Boz Burrell. Peter Grant, who managed British rock band Led Zeppelin, agreed to manage the band (he managed Bad Company until 1982, when Swan Song Records folded). Bad Company enjoyed great success throughout the 1970s. Many of their singles, such as "Bad Company", "Can't Get Enough", "Good Lovin' Gone Bad", and "Feel Like Makin' Love", remain popular with rockers of both the past and present, and their hits remain staples of classic rock radio.

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Discography

Album

Year Title Rating Releases
1974 Bad Company 3.35 6
1975 Straight Shooter 5 5
1976 Run With the Pack 5 2
1977 Burnin' Sky 2
1979 Desolation Angels 4 2
1982 Rough Diamonds 4 3
1986 Fame and Fortune 4 4
1988 Dangerous Age 1
1990 Holy Water 4 1
1992 Here Comes Trouble 3 1
1995 Company of Strangers 3 2
1996 Stories Told & Untold 1
(Superstars Best Collection) 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Rating Releases
1985 10 From 6 Compilation 4 3
1999 The 'Original' Bad Co. Anthology Compilation 2
2008 The Hits Compilation 1

Album + Live

Year Title Rating Releases
1993 What You Hear Is What You Get Live 1
1993 The Best Of Bad Company Live... What You Hear Is What You Get Live 1
2002 In Concert: Merchants of Cool Live 1
2006 Live in Albuquerque 1976 Live 1
2009 Hard Rock Live Live 1
2011 Live at Wembley Live 2

Single

Year Title Rating Releases
1970 Can't Get Enough 1
1975 Feel Like Makin' Love 1
1977 Everything I Need 1
1992 How About That 1

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