1. (00:03:57) UFO - Natural Thing
2. (00:03:54) UFO - I'm A Loser
3. (00:03:00) UFO - Can You Roll Her
4. (00:04:28) UFO - Belladonna
5. (00:03:18) UFO - Reasons Love
6. (00:03:50) UFO - Highway Lady
7. (00:05:01) UFO - On With The Action
8. (00:02:43) UFO - A Fool In Love
9. (00:05:08) UFO - Martian Landscape
10. (00:03:39) UFO - Too Hot To Handle
11. (00:05:00) UFO - Just Another Suicide
12. (00:04:50) UFO - Try Me
13. (00:04:31) UFO - Lights Out
14. (00:03:49) UFO - Gettin' Ready
15. (00:03:03) UFO - Alone Again Or
16. (00:04:18) UFO - Electric Phase
17. (00:07:37) UFO - Love To Love
Playing Time.........: 01:31:40
Total Size...........: 449.13 MB
NFO generated on.....: 09/05/2009 09:46:18
:: Generated by Music NFO Builder v1.20 - www.nfobuilder.com ::
Review from Amazon.com.
No Heavy Petting.
Yes, the sound here is "Way" better than the previous released domestic versions; but I personally prefer the sound of the BGO remastered version to this one. The BGO release packs more of a punch with Schenker's guitar and Way's bass right up in your face. This release is a bit more "listener" friendly with Mogg's voice and the more treble laden sounds coming through more prominently. What may make this attractive for any UFO fan is the bonus tracks. The songs included are arguably the best of any of the recent remasters. Plus, the price is so much more reasonable than the long out-of-print BGO version (what's another $15 bucks?). So if you own the BGO version, you may be a bit disappointed in the overall sound, but pleased with the bonus material. For a newcomer to the band, add this to cart ASAP. This album rocks and features one of the best guitar players on the planet. Oh, and while your at it, add "Phenomenon" & "Force It" to your cart too (what's another $30 bucks?)!!
I love this album. Perhaps it is the ultra smooth vocals of Phil Mogg, or the extraordinary guitar playing of Michael Schenker....or maybe the chemistry between the band members was just right. Whatever it was, it resulted in one of the finest collection of songs 1977 had to offer. You won't find heavy metal here, or even sophisticated soundscapes. What you will find is simple hard rock music with a laid back, almost country feel to it. At first listen, the songs may even seem bland, compared to the band's earlier releases, such as "Force It". But listen just a few more times to the vocals on "Gettin' Ready", or "Just Another Suicide" and then crank up "Lights OuT". Then try on "Electric Phase" with its Jimmy Page inspired guitar work, and cap it off with "Love to Love". You will be playing this one for years to come. The arrangements are just fantastic, the vocals superb, and the lead guitar work sublime. I couldn't recommend this one enough.