Bad Company are an English rock group formed in 1973. They released their debut self-titled album the following year and it went #3 on the UK charts and #1 in the US. It has since gone five-times platinum. There's not really any better way you can start off your band's career. In 1979, Bad Company released Desolation Angels, their fifth studio album and their last to feature the original lineup of singer Paul Rodgers, guitarist Mick Ralphs, bassist Boz Burrell, and drummer Simon Kirke. The record was named after the Jack Kerouac novel and was released on Swan Song Records, the record label ran by Led Zeppelin. The record starts off with the song "Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy" which was also the album's first single. It went on to sell 2 million copies. This vintage Bad Company jacket, in great condition with signs of aging on inner lining, is from that era of the band.