℗ 1975 Swan Song
 

Straight Shooter (Remastered)

Bad Company

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1
Good Lovin' Gone Bad (Remastered Version)
Bad Company
3:39
2
Feel Like Makin' Love (Remastered Version)
Bad Company
5:17
3
Weep No More (Remastered Version)
Bad Company
4:03
4
Shooting Star (Remastered Version)
Bad Company
6:19
5
Deal with the Preacher (Remastered Version)
Bad Company
5:04
6
Wild Fire Woman (Remastered Version)
Bad Company
4:36
7
Anna (Remastered Version)
Bad Company
3:45
8
Call on Me (Remastered Version)
Bad Company
6:07
Total Playing Time    38:50
Straight Shooter! is the second studio album by the English supergroup Bad Company.

The band released Straight Shooter! in April 1975, 40 years to the month of the new deluxe edition. The album rose to #3 on the U.S. album chart and was certified 3x platinum behind the hit singles “Feel Like Makin’ Love” and “Good Lovin’ Gone Bad” as well as the rock radio staple “Shooting Star.”
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Atlantic Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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