Bad Company

Like an exquisitely flavored, imported chocolate bar, U.K.-born Bad Company was a fancy delicacy in the 1970s. Formed in '73 with former members of bands Mott the Hopple, Free and King Crimson, Bad Company set out to rule the world. With Paul Rodgers' no-nonsense, gripping vocals and a masculine rock sound to back him, Bad Company hit the mark. The English rockers secured international stardom and a slot-for-life in American dive-bar juke boxes with classic rock mantras like "All Right Now," "Feel Like Makin' Love" and "Rock & Roll Fantasy."

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