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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

On October 15, 1982.

On October 15, 1982, “Chrysalis” label released “Quartet”, the sixth Ultravox studio album. It was recorded in 1982, and was produced by George Martin.

Personnel: 72 more words

Ultravox - The Same Old Story

So this is what selfie sticks looked like in 1986!

Ultravox reached #31 with this, their 16th of 20 hits between ’80 and ’93. It was at #43 on this day in the 80s. 31 more words

Music Park: Midge Ure @ Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club -- 10/4/16

Midge Ure performs at Bethesda Blues and Jazz on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016.

The magnificent Midge Ure brought passion and pathos to Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Club on Tuesday, performing locally with a backing band for the first time in quite some time! 785 more words

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Ultravox! - Distant Smile

• “Distant Smile” set to a picture of the housing album cover. Thanks to fg fg.

“Great New Wave from England”

From their album “Ha!-Ha!-Ha!” (Island Records ILPS-9505) released in 1977. 112 more words


Interview: Midge Ure (@Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club, 10/4/16)

Midge Ure (Photo courtesy Erika Tooker)

Midge Ure may have famously sang, “This means nothing to me” in the Ultravox song “Vienna,” but don’t be fooled. 3,799 more words

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Arhiva [I believe]

Just for a moment

Listening to the music the machines make,
I let my heart break just for a moment.