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47 Years Ago: Blue Cheer Release Their Debut Album, ‘Vincebus Eruptum’

To describe Blue Cheer, the first word that comes to mind is ... loud!

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Phillips

45 Years Ago: Blue Cheer’s ‘New! Improved! Blue Cheer’ Released

Like a musical tsunami swallowing everything in sight, San Francisco’s Blue Cheer submerged all of those happy-go-lucky denizens of the Age of Aquarius with the chaotic soundwaves, howling feedback and sheer deafening volume produced by their seismic 1968 debut album, ‘Vincebus Eruptum.’

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Sundazed Music

Blue Cheer’s Manager Says Resurgence Is On The Way

Blue Cheer, a big influence on metal,  grunge, and stoner rock, went through a variety of lineups over the years, but founder Dickie Peterson was always at the core. He was the band's heart and soul, not to mention its voice and thunderous bass -- so when he died after a long battle with cancer in 2009, it seemed the band was done.

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