Named after a book of Victorian morals that warned"beware of bad company," the hard rock supergroup Bad Company came together in 1973. The combination of two former members of Free, the former guitarist of Mott the Hoople, and the former bassist of King Crimson, Bad Company broke onto the scene with a self-titled debut album in 1974.
The album Bad Company - including the single"Bad Company,""Can't Get Enough," and a cover of"Ready for Love" - was a hit, opening at No. 1 in the US Billboard 200 and earning a 5x-Platinum certification. As if that wasn't enough praise for Bad Company's debut, the album is also included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
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