1. Hi-De-Ho (G. Goffin/C. King)
  2. The Battle (S. Katz/D. Halligan)*
  3. Lucretia MacEvil (D. Clayton-Thomas)
  4. Lucretia's reprise (Blood, Sweat & Tears)
  5. Fire and rain (J. Taylor)
  6. Lonesome Susie (R. Manuel)
  7. Symphony for the Devil/Sympathy for the Devil (D. Halligan-M.Jagger/K. Richards)
  8. He's a runner (L. Nyro)
  9. Somethin' comin' on (J. Cocker/C. Stainton)
  10. 40.000 Headmen (S. Winwwod/J. Capaldi)

Produced: 1970
Produced by: Bobby Colomby and Roy Halee

Blood, Sweat & Tears had a hard act to follow in recording their third album. Nevertheless, BS&T constructed a convincing, if not quite as impressive, companion to their previous hit. David Clayton-Thomas remained an enthusiastic blues shouter, and the band still managed to put together lively arrangements, especially on the Top 40 hits "Hi-De-Ho" and "Lucretia Mac Evil." Elsewhere, they recreated the previous album's jazzing up of Laura Nyro ("He's A Runner") and Traffic ("40,000 Headmen"). The album includes Steve Katz's finest song with B,S &T, "The Battle". BS&T 3 was another chart-topping gold hit.