Bloodshot is the fourth album by American rock band The J. Geils Band, released in 1973 (see 1973 in music). It was the breakthrough release for the band, reaching #10 on the Billboard album charts in North America - a peak that the band would not surpass until their 1981 multi-platinum album Freeze Frame. Original pressings of Bloodshot were issued using red vinyl instead of the customary black, and utilized matching red 1950's style Atlantic Records labels. The band would continue to use these vintage-style Atlantic labels, in different colors with each album release, throughout their remaining tenure with the label.
(Ain't Nothin' But a) House Party
Make Up Your Mind
Back to Get Ya
Struttin' with My Baby
Don't Try to Hide It
Hold Your Loving
Start All Over Again
Give It to Me
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