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Ufo (rock Group) - No Place To Run - LP Vinyl Album
Took a whole to track this down for my BF. He had a vinyl copy but wanted to relive his youth. This album sounds just as good now as it ever did. Brownie points to me!Published 3 months ago by Paula Kinsella
The decline from rock to rock/pop continued. Bit too bland and formulaic-nowhere near as good as Lights Out/Force It/No Heavy Petting/Obsessions and Strangers in the Night. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Roy WD
Perfect release! Rock music does not get better! F****** amazing! Rock...! J Counsell.Published 6 months ago by Lincoln
can't understand why it was discounted to 80p but cannot complain at the value. one of those bands where you had to hear a few tracks you liked.Published 16 months ago by J. Williams
This was my first ever UFO album, bought originally on vinyl.
This is a good remastered version with some great live bonus tracks. Read more
ufo were one of the premier English heavy rock bands of the 1970s 1nd 1980s and this was one of their best albums. Read morePublished on 1 Aug. 2013 by R. M. Ellis
new guitarist and produced by the fifth beatle!!!! this remaster is outstanding.the extras are good too.the sound is a lot more substantial. Read morePublished on 6 May 2013 by Mr. G. G. Geddes
I love this album and have never understood why it got such a lukewarm response from fans.
"Lettin Go" is a storming opener, tracks like "Money Money", "Mystery Train",... Read more
Many say that this is not classic UFO.
They might be right but it is by far my favourite UFO CD. Great songs well executed. Buy it - you will not be disappointed.