on 1 June 2014
Until the recent release of "Brilliant", I've avoided the Ultravox albums made after "Lament". "U-Vox" was poor and I didn't fancy the post-Ure band to be any good. I've indulged in quite a few purchases of albums featuring the other band members, though (Billy Currie, old Magazine etc) and decided to give this a go. It's very good. Ghosts of songs like Asrtradyne are evident everywhere. Not as good as the band at their best, but still enjoyable.