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Bad Company Biography
Formed in 1973, the British hard rock outfit Bad Company was a
supergroup comprised of ex-King Crimson bassist Boz Burrell, former
Mott the Hoople guitarist Mick Ralphs, and singer Paul Rodgers and
drummer Simon Kirke, both previous members of Free. Powered by Rodgers'
muscular vocals and Ralphs' blues-based guitar work, Bad Company was
the first group signed to Led Zeppelin's Swan Song vanity label. Bad
Company's eponymous 1974 debut was an international hit, topping the
U.S. album charts and scoring with the number one single Can't Get
Enough of Your Love.
Straight Shooter, issued the following year, was another major success,
notching the hit Feel Like Makin' Love, while 1976's Run With the
Pack was Bad Company's third consecutive million-selling record. After
1977's Burnin' Sky, Bad Company recorded 1979's Desolation Angels,
which embellished the group's sound with synthesizers and strings; a
three-year hiatus followed before the release of Rough Diamonds, the
group's final LP in its original incarnation.
In 1986, Ralphs and Kirke resurrected the Bad Company name, enlisting
former Ted Nugent vocalist Brian Howe to replace Rodgers. The
reconfigured unit's debut, Fame & Fortune, was a commercial
failure, but 1988's Dangerous Age became a minor hit. Released in 1990,
Holy Water fared even better, as the power ballad If You Needed
Somebody became a Top 20 success. Here Comes Trouble, issued in 1992,
achieved platinum status, and earned another Top 40 hit with How About
That. On their 20th anniversary, Bad Company expanded into a quintet
with the addition of bassist Rick Wills and rhythm guitarist Dave
Colwell, and released the live retrospective The Best of Bad Company
Live...What You Hear Is What You Get.
Two more LPs -- 1995's The Company of Strangers and the next year's
Stories Told and Untold -- followed, and in 1998 the original lineup of
Rodgers, Ralphs, Kirke, and Burrell reunited to record a handful of new
tracks that surfaced alongside past material early the following year
on The Original Bad Company Anthology. A reunion tour followed that
spring. ~ Jason Ankeny, All Music Guide
Written by Jason Ankeny