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5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent reissue
UFO fans will know NHP as the album that started the move into light and shade country. Danny Peyronnel was really undervalued and it is interesting to think what may have been if he hung around longer. The pieces he wrote are excellent UFO tunes "Highway Lady" and "Can you roll Her" Wham bam thank you mam songs followed by the beautiful Martian Landscape - Apparently...
Published on 18 Feb. 2008 by Amazon Customer

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2.0 out of 5 stars no heavy heavy ?
this album is ruined by 'peyronel' his keyboards just don't fit in,the songs i like are the one's when i can't hear him playing. phil mogg knew he made a mistake & got rid of this odious fellow. that said it contains one of 'schenker' best solo's ever [reasons love].paul raymond showed how it should be done on 'lights out' and 'obsession'.
Published on 15 Mar. 2009 by harry monk


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4.0 out of 5 stars Heady petting, 31 Oct. 2007
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Why did I have to have this album? Because I had all their others from 1974 to 1984. Otherwise, I didn't know any of the tracks before I bought it. Its strength is in the zest and dynamism of the production and of the performance. 'Natural Thing,' like many of UFO's opening tracks, makes all the right rock noises and typifies the energy on show, though it's also indicative that the quality of the material is generally little more than above average. The best songs tend to be the softer ones: 'Belladonna' and 'Martian Landscape.' UFO, though, are about hard rock and they do that well here. 'Can You Roll Her' is taken at a blistering pace, a showstopper. 'Highway Lady' is also hard-driven and allows Michael Schenker off his leash, though I feel his solo has little to commend it other than being flash-fingered. Maybe a UK reissue is due; the import is expensive, especially for 35 minutes. I was right though: I had to have this album.
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2.0 out of 5 stars no heavy heavy ?, 15 Mar. 2009
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this album is ruined by 'peyronel' his keyboards just don't fit in,the songs i like are the one's when i can't hear him playing. phil mogg knew he made a mistake & got rid of this odious fellow. that said it contains one of 'schenker' best solo's ever [reasons love].paul raymond showed how it should be done on 'lights out' and 'obsession'.
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4 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars nothing wrong with a re-issue part 3, 28 Dec. 2007
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best thing about the album is its stand out track and a favourite of mine is "Natural Thing" but the album still deserves 5 stars since albums like these reflected the band well in its hay day before the drug,s and petty squabbles and constand kiss and make up's with guitar maverick Michael Schenker made them a little bit of a laughing stock till they came back on from with Monkey Puzzle.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Aggressive, beautiful, elegant sound, 3 May 2006
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After it joins "Michael Schenker" of totaling 6 work eyes of the '76 year announcement, it is the third work.

"UFO" impressive the guitar that powerful drum and "Michael Schenker" pop elegantly tightly is the most aggressive, beautiful in the album with the number, and I think this work to be an album to which it can listen to the sound with the tension in addition.

The undervaluation of this work seems to be mysterious, and it to be very lonely because it listens to the sound that the peculiar characteristic of "UFO" is demonstrated 100% in the ensemble of the enhancement level of the speed feeling, power, the tension, and music and bands.

There is an impression that it is made to make the sound of "FORCE IT" that hits the former work more powerful, and to refine.
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