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4.5 out of 5 stars

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....
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on 2 September 2013
What an album!!!! Still got it on vinyl and had to get it on CD.
The album itself doesn't have a week track on it, it is sing along all the way through, some great emotional tracks and it just oozes power.
Would strongly advise that you get this, Pete Way from UFO and Tyketto front man Danny Vaugne makes a great combo
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on 20 December 2014
Great songs, great production.
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on 14 January 2014
I have got to agree with all the other reviews the chapman period in ufo was the best in the band history they never play anything in their live set from the 1980 t0 1985 period why? I to would like to see chapman and way back together again
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on 28 October 2014
Great little rock album 80's Classic
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on 1 August 2013
It's been a good number of years since the creative force that is Pete Way first made forays into the world outside of UFO. There was his on/off involvement with Fastway and then there was Waysted. Any fan of UFO will buy this not because of Pete Way but also because of Paul 'Tonka' Chapman reuniting with his buddy. Did I say buddy? In interviews Pete slated 'Tonka' for his lack of creative involvement with UFO after working with Schenker, but look at it this way: there's never been a more successful UFO period of time than the Tonka years. On this album Peter and Paul are back together and whatever they do together that Pete Way thinks is missing I can't find - if that makes sense. This is a complete stormer of an album. Buy it. Nestle it within your collection and bring it out when you just wanna rock.
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on 22 July 2015
Just caught this after almost 30 years and can't believe how great and fresh it still sounds to this day. Danny Vaughn, whilst a tad too polished, adds a touch more melody than previous singer Finn, but this would be the only downside to a fantastic bunch of songs. Black & Blue was always my favourite and remains so on listening again. A "shoulda been" rock radio classic if ever was one. Don't know why they re-recorded Heaven Tonight as the original sung by Finn is arguably the finest track the band ever recorded. New version just too sugary..... But again, this is a minor issue. Great album by a great band. After TGTBTW, their best effort.
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on 8 October 2004
This is by far the best of the Waysted offerings. The cultured vocals of Danny Vaughan replacing the rough scottish tones of former(and now current) vocalist Finn. Paul Chapman in combination with Pete Way cant help but produce a sound of the UFO albums they recorded together. Hence you have got a quality CD here. Highlight is probably a previous "Finn" song re-recorded - "Heaven tonight" - Dannys voice takes this track to another level. Having owned the original Vinyl LP I was keen to get hold of this on CD and here it is at last.
Given the demise of UFO over recent years (last 3 CDs) it is good to hark back to a time when Pete Way produced music as good as this. I personally would love to see Chapman and Way team up again as their combination normally produces class offerings such as this.
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