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Daily Dose: 'Hymn' by Ultravox

I really like Ultravox. Not so much the early stuff or even Vienna (1980) that much, but the stuff they did after that, such as… 303 more words

Daily Dose

ULTRAVOX!: Ha!-Ha!-Ha!

This was the second album by British pop group Ultravox, at that time known as “Ultravox!” with an exclamation mark, as a nod to Neu!. Although the group would later achieve fame and commercial success with lead singer Midge Ure the band was, in 1977, led by singer/songwriter John Foxx who was accompanied by guitarist Stevie Shears, drummer Warren Cann, bassist Chris Cross and keyboard/violinist Billy Currie.  271 more words


Chart Debuts – 09 April 1983

We take one more look at the Billboard.com archives of all of their Top 100 charts. Today we travel back 33 years ago to 1983 and these are the songs that debuted on that Hot 100. 38 more words


The sound of my voice

I meant to post about this in the previous blog, but I forgot…Yes, I’m blonde! So you can have the full length story, covered across from my other blog… 496 more words

80's Pop

The power of the voice

Oh goody, you’re in for a video treat tonight. Lets leave it at that, for the length of the blog, at least.

At the beginning of this week, on Fembot Central, someone wanted a woman to do a vocal piece, a half of a conversation between a man, and a fembot. 444 more words


On April 6, 1984.

On April 6, 1984, “Chrysalis” label released “Lament”, the seventh Ultravox studio album. It was recorded in 1983 – 1984, at “Musicfest Studios” in London, and was produced by Ultravox. 76 more words