Straight Shooter is the second studio album by the English supergroup Bad Company. The album was released in April 2, 1975, a month after the release of the single "Good Lovin' Gone Bad" and four months before the album's second single "Feel Like Makin' Love" (see 1975 in music). The album reached number 3 in the UK Albums Chart and the US Billboard 200. It was certified gold (500,000 units sold) by the Recording Industry Association of America a month after its release
Bad Company - Straight Shooter (1975).
Where Bad Company was stark, minimalist hard rock, Straight Shooter bears lots of different, vibrant colors: acoustic guitars are used for light and shade, guitars are channeled through chorus pedals, pianos and organs alternate with the occasional wash of strings, and the entire thing feels bigger and bolder than before
Bad Company - Straight Shooter (1995). EP. Songs in album Bad Company - Straight Shooter (1995).
Produced By Bad Company 1975 Island Records Ltd lux . Matrix, Runout (Side A): 88 583 A.
Bad Company’s second album, Straight Shooter, takes off from where the band’s self-titled debut left off. Good Lovin’ Gone Bad, Feel Like Makin’ Love, and Shooting Star became lasting FM rock staples, influencing every hard rock band to follow and giving Kid Rock plenty of ideas. This 2015 remaster adds 14 bonus tracks, including the b-side Whiskey Bottle, alternate takes, different versions, and mixes that provide deeper insights into the solid UK rock quartet