Ultravox - The 12" Versions Vol. 4 mp3 album
|Title:||The 12" Versions Vol. 4|
|MP3 album size:||1706 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1162 mb|
|Digital formats:||MP1 VOX MP2 XM DXD VQF AIFF|
Ultravox are one of the defining bands of the 1980’s.
Ultravox Warren Cann – drums Chris Cross – bass, synthesiser Billy Currie – piano, violin, synthesiser Midge Ure – vocals, guitar, synthesiser.
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Ultravox! is the eponymous debut studio album by British new wave band Ultravox!. It was recorded at Island Studios in Hammersmith, London in the autumn of 1976 and produced by Ultravox! and Steve Lillywhite with studio assistance from Brian Eno. It was released on 25 February 1977 by Island. The songs "Sat'day Night in the City of the Dead" and "Dangerous Rhythm", alongside other songs from the album, were written while the band were named Tiger Lily.
Ultravox - 2011 - So80s Presents (12 Inch Versions Curated by Blank and Jones). Ultravox - 2011 - Moments From Eden (EP). Ultravox - 2012 - Brilliant. DOWNLOAD - Compilations: Ultravox - 1980 - Three Into One. Ultravox - 1984 - The Collection. Ultravox - 1993 - Ultravox Rare Vol. 1. Ultravox - 1994 - Ultravox Rare Vol. 2. Ultravox - 1997 - Dancing With Tears In My Eyes. Ultravox - 1997 - The Voice. The Best of Ultravox. Ultravox - 1998 - Extended Ultravox. Ultravox - 1998 - Original Gold (2CD). Ultravox - 2004 - Ultravox & Midge Ure. Finest (2CD).
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Members who like this artist also like: Steely Dan, U2 and Kate Bush. Ultravox - Monument LP Vinyl A4/B3 Early Pressing SUPERB EX+ Condition: Used. Time left: 1h 11m 17s. Ships to: Worldwide.
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Ultravox! fans fall neatly into two groups; aficionados of the John Foxx-led band's first two albums, and the adorers of the Midge Ure-fronted group. However, before Foxx left and Ultravox! lost their exclamation point, they released a third set, the universally unloved Systems of Romance which sign-posted the way to the New Romantic sound that would take the Ure-era band to international stardom.