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  • Audio CD (11 July 1988)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000000WIU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 31,334 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Dance With The Devil
  2. Come Out To Play
  3. Breakfast In Bed
  4. You're Always Pulling Me Down
  5. I Would Do For You
  6. Cos It Isn't True
  7. Where Did I Go Wrong
  8. Contaminated Minds
  9. Matter Of Time
  10. Music So Nice
  11. Dance With The Devil (Reprise)

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I first bought this record in 1988, (or whenever in the 80's it was released) so find it unbelievable that there are no other reviews for it !
This album represents one of the strongest offerings from UB40. From the rhythmic beat of Dance with the Devil, to the "I love my girlfriend" groove of "I Would do for You" ( and through the vocal range of "Boys & Girls come out to play") this album is a masterpiece. Having mentioned 3 tracks this doesn't meant that the remaining 7 are weaker - in fact "Where Did I Go Wrong" has to be classed as one of the best UB40 tunes. If you can't tell, I would recommend you buy this. Its in my top 5, along with Signing Off, Promises & Lies and albums by the Counting Crows (August & Everything After) & Green Day (Dookie). I am not a fan of music of just one genre, I just love examples of great music, and UB40's "UB40" is a prime example of great music ! Go get and listen to Birminghams Best.
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I had this album on cassette when it was first released, so getting a CD copy was essential. UB40 offer a real mix, showcasing all that is best in their music, from the melodic 'Where did I go wrong' to the funkier typical reggae sound of 'Dance with the devil' (although quite heavy on sax for true reggae) - all in all, this is a collection 'must have'. Don't expect much in the way of familiar chart songs, I think the only one from the charts is 'Breakfast in Bed', with guest vocals from Chrissie Hynde. 'Where did I go wrong' and 'I would do for you' were released as singles, but rarely played on radio. Go on, get this album, you won't regret it!!
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I agree 2. I've had this album for over 20 years and I still really enjoy listening to it. There isn't a bad song on it and while the other reviewers haven't mentioned it, "You're Always Pulling Me Down' is the standout. This is the album that turned me onto UB40 for life. Buy it. No way will you regret this one.
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Arguably the Birmingham Pop/Reggae collective’s most consistent and satisfying long-players, this belatedly eponymous album contains a clutch of hit singles, including lilting (second) duet with Chrisse Hynde: Breakfast in Bed, anthemic chart under-achiever Where Did I Go Wrong, and the layered I Would Do for You. Come Out to Play was another minor hit which should have charted higher, with its deceptively bouncing chorus and memorable musical hooks, whilst even the album tracks are musically and lyrically some of the band’s best work.
Released in 1988, this was the last album to be made before complacency kicked in, and the tiresome covers of Kingston Town and I Can’t Help Falling in Love became the band’s calling cards.
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Just keep playing brilliant best ub40 album ever a must have for all fans and seller service really excellent 10 out of 10
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I got this album as soon as it came out in 88,based on the brilliant song Where did i go wrong,that maybe wasn't a smash hit as such in Denmark at the time,but it got played a lot that summer in Elsingore. But this record really works as a whole. There is not a bad moment to be found here! What i also find interesting is the artwork,wich is painted by jews imprisoned by the nazis during WW2. So a bit of a contrast to the mood the music puts you in. I often wondered how many of the artists of those paitings survived,if any! Last memory of that album,is that i seem to remember that for some reason it says Jutland on the album,and that's my part of Denmark. I used to think that was the title of the album. Buy this album,you wont regret it!
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I have to agree with the other reviewer. One of the best UB40 albums. Great songs with great vibes.
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I Would Do For You. But there are several other tracks on here as good
If you know UB 40's music, then you'll know what to expect
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