- R. U. Ready 2 Rock
- E.T.I. (Extra Terrestrial Intelligence)
- Kick Out The Jams -- (MC5)
- (Don't Fear) The Reaper
- We Gotta Get Out Of This Place -- (B. Mann, C. Weil)
- * ME 262
- * Harvester of Eyes
- * Hot Rails To Hell
- * (This Ain't The) Summer Of Love
- * 5 Guitars
- * Born To Be Wild -- (M. Bonfire)
- * We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
* only available on Columbia/Legacy Re-Master
Release Notes: Released September 1978 by Columbia. Re-mastered by Columbia/Legacy (with bonus tracks, concert DVD and expanded liner notes) and released June 2007.Produced by Sandy Pearlman, Murray Krugman, and Blue Oyster Cult. The album went platinum.
Additional Notes: Extra percussion was provided by Tony Cedrone and Rickey Reyer. "Kick Out The Jams" was originally done by MC5 - BOC's version also included a riff from the MC5 song, "Ramblin' Rose" during the guitar solo. "We Gotta Get Out of This Place" was originally done by The Animals. The songs were recorded at the following locations: Fox Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia - 4/13/1978 (R. U. Ready To Rock, Kick Out The Jams); Municipal Auditorium, Columbus, Georgia - 4/11/1978 (E.T.I., Astronomy); Barton Coliseum, Little Rock, Arkansas - 4/9/1978 (The Reaper, *Harvester of Eyes); Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle, England - 6/1/1978 (Godzilla, We Gotta Get Out Of This Place); Rochester, New York - 12/31/1977 (*ME 262); Detroit, Michigan - 1/30/1978 (*Hot Rails to Hell, *This Ain't the Summer of Love, *5 Guitars, *Born To Be Wild); Boston Massachusetts - 1/31/1978 (*We Gotta Get Out Of This Place). The version of "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place" that's on the CD version of this album is from a different show than the original LP/cassette version. The version on the CD is from a show in either Edinburgh or London, not Newcastle. According to Bolle Gregmar, somehow, the boxes containing the shows in question got switched, and this error (sometimes called "Murray's Choice", in reference to Murray Krugman) resulted in the CD being made with the song from the other site, and not Newcastle (which is also erroneously spelled "New Castle" on the album). The live ending of "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" was based on the ending of the Stalk-Forrest Group song, "Gil Blanco County".