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About time..a decent remaster re-issue that does it justice.
on 9 August 2013
This is one of the BEST records of the 80's. Pete Way and Paul Chapman had left UFO, and after a few records of typically Brit rock, they paired up with an American drummer and singer namely Danny Vaughn. The new band managed to craft 10 brilliant songs that morphed the UFO riff's and approach with a new American radio melodic twist. The result were brilliant! Kinda UFO meets heavy JOURNEY, the latter down to DV's Perry-esque (but much more powerful and gritty). Its just a brilliant record and all fans of powerful well written melodic rock should have a copy. The best thing Way and Chapman had done since Obsession and The Wild The Willing.
This re-issue is welcome, as for years there has been some complete rubbish re-issues by small indie labels that have done the record no favours. If you collect the CDs versions and have to buy them, fair enough..my advice, stay well away from the other cheap and nasty re-issues you will see listed. Buy this HEAR NO EVIL issue as the remastering sounds brilliant, the booklet is thorough and you get the UK and USA cover art. EXCELLENT....