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Chart Music #2: February 9th 1984 - When You Want To Suck And Chew It

The second edition of the podcast which asks: who would win in a massive cage fight amongst Radio 1 DJs of the 70s and 80s? 250 more words

The Yamaha SG 2000

The SG 2000 was a guitar built by Yamaha Musical Instruments between 1973 and 1988 before being reissued in 2004. The guitar combined a modern feel and sounds with a more traditional look and went on to become the guitar of the British post punk era. 559 more words


Working Through It: Ultravox - Vienna

I had to start somewhere, so why not here? I rescued this album out of the 2 for $3 bin at a local record shop earlier this year.   181 more words

Reducing my sleep overdraft!

Back in the ‘bad old days’ of the 80’s and 90’s, while managing a betting shop for William Hill, it was far from an unknown practice that on weeks when too many people were on holiday, off sick, or had simply left without being replaced, that we tended to be ‘offered’ the chance to work a 6 day week, with overtime payment. 450 more words

80's Pop

921. Western Pomise

By 1980, so-called New Wave was working through at least its ninth mutation. In the case of Ultravox, this meant parting ways with original front man… 52 more words

All Vinyl Apocalypse



Retro Live EP

Not a lot more punk created by them unfortunately.

1978 Island Records.


You Need to Hear This! 10/18/16

From Wikipedia:

“Ultravox returned later in 1977 with the punkier Ha!-Ha!-Ha!. Sales of both the album and its lead single, “ROckWrok”, were poor, both failing to register on the UK charts. 46 more words