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The album received some critical acclaim, but achieved no commercial success, and Columbia Records ended their contract with Blue Öyster Cult at the completion of the Imaginos Tour. Albert Bouchard, excluded from the recording progress of Imaginos after the initial rejection from Columbia Records, then took legal action against the band and the label to protect his rights as author and producer on the album. Blue Öyster Cult continued to perform and remained a live attraction, but ten years passed before they released an album of new songs.

10. “Godzilla” (1977)
“Godzilla” is a song about the fictional Japanese monster of the same name, obviously; the song became an FM radio hit upon its release and has been used in TV commercials, video games, movies and other media throughout the years ever since. Oddly, though, it's never made it onto a Godzilla movie soundtrack, not even that terrible one directed by Roland Emmerich in 1998. Honestly, “Godzilla” is not one of my personal favorite BÖC songs but I’ll defend including it on this list because of its popularity and iconic guitar riffs.

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