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Orion The Hunter

During the lengthy gestation period between Boston's 1978 release Don't Look Back and what would become that act's follow-up, 1986's Third Stage, guitarist Barry Goudreau formed Orion the Hunter. Joining Goudreau was singer Fran Cosmo (who had sung on a Goudreau solo album in 1980), bass player Bruce Smith, and ex-Heart drummer Michael DeRosier. Originally called simply Orion, the name was tweaked under legal pressure from Orion Pictures. Signed to Sony, the quartet released its eponymous debut in the summer of 1984. Orion the Hunter also included contributions from Boston lead singer Brad Delp, who lent background vocals to the project as well as co-writing half the songs. With Boston still a staple artist at rock radio (and in the absence of new material from them), Orion the Hunter generated enough interest for the lead track, "So You Ran," to get airplay. "So You Ran" managed to make the Top Ten at rock radio and was a mid-chart hit on mainstream pop radio. The band broke up following a stint on the road with Aerosmith and Goudreau, who had been in a protracted legal battle with Boston's Tom Scholz, who wouldn't appear on Boston's Third Stage when it finally arrived in 1986. Goudreau would resurface several years later, forming RTZ with Delp, who left Boston at the end of the '80s. Cosmo, ironically, replaced Delp as Boston's lead singer in 1994, appearing on Walk On. ~ Tom Demalon, Rovi
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Great band, wished they did more than one album. I also wished they could have done a few songs from OTH during the Boston concert tour that featured both Brad and Fran Cosmo on the stage at the same time. Boston live were awesome shows!
j-joker65
You can hear Brad in the background on "So You Ran". Brad and Barry were best friends for the longest time. Brad joined a Boston-area covers band called Beatlejuice. You can hear Barry with Ernie and the Automatics these days.
I've always thought this was a very underrated 80's album. It's got rock, hooks, melody, leads, and soaring vocals. I'll probly put Journey and Boston songs on my Orion the Hunter station.
I just made an '80's station and they're going on it!
I am a huge fan of this CD (I saw them live in 1984) and almost anything Brad & Barry. Not knowing Fran was Boston's "new" lead singer, I went to see them as I knew Brad would be there. It sent me chills to see the two of them on stage together. I believe "Dreamin'" is the best song on this CD.
gee I can't figure out why these guys sound like Boston
Good band! Not sure they're dark enough for me, though! Hard not to like them.

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