UFO - Force It (Full Album)

UFO - Force It (Full Album)

UFO - Force It (1975) SIDE A 00:00 Let It Roll 03:55 Shoot Shoot 07:36 High Flyer 11:45 Love Lost Love 15:07 Out In The Street SIDE B 20:18 Mother Mary 24:04 Too Much Of Nothing 28:05 Dance Your Life Away 31:41 This Kids (Including, Between The Walls)

"Force It" UFO (Full Album) 1975.

"Force It" UFO (Full Album) 1975.

UFO - Force It (1975) FULL ALBUM Vinyl Rip

UFO - Force It (1975) FULL ALBUM Vinyl Rip

side one: 1. Let It Roll 0:00 2. Shoot Shoot 3:56 3. High Flyer 7:36 4. Love Lost Love 11:44 5. Out in the Street 15:05 side two: 1. Mother Mary 20:20 2. Too Much of Nothing 24:10 3. Dance Your Life Away 28:13 4. This Kid's/including Between the Walls 31:48 All rights belong to WMG, AWAL Digital Limited and UFO. Enjoy.

UFO - Phenomenon [Full Album]

UFO - Phenomenon [Full Album]

1.Oh My - 0:00 - 2:28 2.Crystal Light 2:28 - 6:17 3.Doctor Doctor 6:17 - 10:29 4.Space Child 10:29 - 14:31 5.Rock Bottom 14:31 - 21:03 6.Too Young to Know 21:03 - 24:14 7.Time on My Hands 24:14 - 28:26 8.Built for Comfort 28:26 - 31:35 9.Lipstick Traces 31:35 - 33:57 10.Queen of the Deep 33:57 - 39:40

UFO - FORCE IT (Full Album / Side1 1975)

UFO - FORCE IT (Full Album / Side1 1975)

"The Wild, the Willing and the Innocent" - UFO (Full Album) 1981

"The Wild, the Willing and the Innocent" - UFO (Full Album) 1981

UFO - FORCE IT (Full Album / Side1 1975)

UFO - FORCE IT (Full Album / Side1 1975)

"Force It" is the fourth studio album by the British rock band UFO, released in 1975. Released : July 1975 Recorded : Morgan Studios, London Genre : Hard rock, Length : 38:11 Label : Chrysalis Producer : Leo Lyons Side A_ 1. "Let It Roll" 3:57 2. "Shoot Shoot" 3:40 3. "High Flyer" 4:08 4. "Love Lost Love" 3:21 5. "Out in the Street" 5:18

UFO - Mechanix [1982 full album]

UFO - Mechanix [1982 full album]

00:00 The Writer 04:10 Somethin' Else {1959 by Eddie Cochran} 07:31 Back Into My Life 12:28 You'll Get Love 15:37 Doing It All For You 20:38 We Belong To The Night 24:37 Let It Rain 28:38 Terri 32:30 Feel It 36:36 Dreaming

UFO UFO 2 Flying Full Album 1971

UFO   UFO 2  Flying Full Album 1971

UFO - Love Lost Love (Force it 1975) Lyrics in description + Slideshow

UFO - Love Lost Love (Force it 1975) Lyrics in description + Slideshow

UFO are an English heavy metal and hard rock band, who were formed in 1969. UFO became a transitional group between early hard rock and heavy metal and the New Wave of British Heavy Metal. UFO were ranked No. 84 on VH1's '100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock'. Singer Phil Mogg, guitarist Mick Bolton, bassist Pete Way, and drummer Andy Parker formed the band in August 1969. Originally taking the name Hocus Pocus, the group changed their name in October 1969 to UFO in honour of the London club where they were spotted by Noel Moore, who signed them to Beacon Records label, which was headed by Antiguan-born Milton Samuel. Their eponymously titled first album debuted in 1970 and was a typical example of early hard rock including a heavy version of the Eddie Cochran's classic "C'mon Everybody". Both UFO 1 and its follow-up UFO 2: Flying, were successful in Japan (especially the single "C'mon Everybody" which became a huge hit there) and Germany (the song "Boogie For George," also from the first album, reached No. 30 in German singles charts as well as "Prince Kajuku" from Flying reached No. 26), but generated poor interest in Britain and America. Consequently, their third effort, Live (later re-issued as UFO Lands In Tokyo), was originally only released in Japan in 1971. Part of UFO's early work was strongly influenced by space rock (their second album, including a 26-minute long title track and a 19-minute long opus "Star Storm", was subtitled One Hour Space Rock) that was modestly popular at the time, but the band soon realised the style was somewhat limited. In January 1972, Mick Bolton left the group, and UFO set out to find a guitarist who could provide the band with a more standard rock sound. Bolton later appeared with Mott the Hoople, Paul Brady, and on Linda McCartney's Wide Prairie. International success (1973--1978) After brief trial runs with Larry Wallis (February - October 1972) and Bernie Marsden (he toured with UFO in Europe and recorded a demo, "Give Her The Gun") the band recruited Michael Schenker from Scorpions in June 1973. Schenker was only 18 at the time but was already a well-respected guitarist. On a new label, Chrysalis Records, and with a new producer, Leo Lyons (formerly of Ten Years After), UFO recorded Phenomenon in 1974, which debuted the band's harder-edged guitar sound. Phenomenon contains many fan favorites such as "Doctor Doctor" (later a minor hit single as a live track) and "Rock Bottom" (which was extended live to provide a showcase for Schenker). By the time of the Phenomenon tour, ex-Skid Row guitarist Paul Chapman joined the group, but he left in January 1975 to form Lone Star. Two later albums, Force It (July 1975) and No Heavy Petting (May 1976) (the last was recorded with a regular keyboardist, Danny Peyronel as well as harmony vocalist and also songwriter), and extensive touring brought UFO increased visibility with American audiences and increased their following in the UK. In July, 1976 the band recruited keyboardist and rhythm guitarist Paul Raymond from Savoy Brown to make 1977's Lights Out. This album was the pinnacle of UFO's studio career containing songs such as "Too Hot To Handle," "Lights Out," and the 7-minute opus "Love To Love." With Lights Out, the band received substantial critical acclaim. With their new-found success, the band went back into the studio to record Obsession in 1978. Later that year, the band went on tour in the USA and recorded a live album, Strangers In The Night, which was released in January 1979. Strangers was a critical and commercial success actually reaching Number 1 in the UK album charts in February 1979 Lyrics Saturday night, all alone Lookin' for some thrills Try to catch the bands last song Back stage pass really showin' out Feel that's where I belong Sittin' down, all the big stars at the bar I really have a rock vocation Momopemania, schizophrenia Rise to any situation (1) Of old lost love, where will you go When the show is over Nobody wants to know (2) We need to feel something that's real 'Cause you're losin' from the start So be careful with your heart (2) Repeat Papa's in the next bed and they're dancing cheek to cheek And I understand their hot wire conversation Yes, you're pretty, who needs a pretty face With a hot lips reputation (1) Repeat I do not own the copyright of the band/song/images. This is just a fan made video for an amazing band :) RockOutWhatever...

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