Top Blue Cheer Albums
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The '67 Demos - EP
The '67 Demos - EP
[2019]
Party Hard at the Underground Cologne
Party Hard at the Underground Cologne
[2017]
Beginnings
Beginnings
[2017]
Hello Tokyo, Bye Bye Osaka - Live in Japan 1999
Hello Tokyo, Bye Bye Osaka - Live in Japan 1999
[2016]
Live At Anti Waa Festival 1989
Live At Anti Waa Festival 1989
[2014]
Rocks Europe
Rocks Europe
[2013]
7 (feat. Dickie Peterson, Tony Rainier & Michael Fleck)
7 (feat. Dickie Peterson, Tony Rainier & Michael Fleck)
[2012]
Summertime Blues
Summertime Blues
[2009]
What Doesn't Kill You
What Doesn't Kill You
[2007]
Dining With the Sharks
Dining With the Sharks
[1991]
Highlights & Lowlives
Highlights & Lowlives
[1990]
Good Times Are so Hard to Find: The History of Blue Cheer
Good Times Are so Hard to Find: The History of Blue Cheer
[1988]
The Beast Is Back
The Beast Is Back
[1985]
Oh! Pleasant Hope
Oh! Pleasant Hope
[1971]
The Original Human Being
The Original Human Being
[1970]
Blue Cheer
Blue Cheer
[1969]
New Improved
New Improved
[1969]
Vincebus Eruptum
Vincebus Eruptum
[1968]
Outsideinside
Outsideinside
[1968]
Related Information for Blue Cheer
Blue Cheer is an American blues rock group of the late 1960s and early 1970s, who helped to pioneer heavy metal music. Based in San Francisco, original personnel were singer/bassist Dickie Peterson, guitarist Leigh Stephens, and drummer Paul Whaley. A power trio, the band was named after a variety of LSD promoted by underground chemist and Grateful Dead backer Owsley Stanley. This variety of LSD took its name from a popular laundry detergent. Their first hit was a cover version of Eddie Cochran's "Summertime Blues" from their debut album Vincebus Eruptum (1968). The single peaked at #14 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, their only such hit, and the album peaked at #11 on the Billboard 200 chart.The group's sound was... read more