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Welcome To The Machine

Ha! Ha! Ha! is one of the most important albums in British drumming history.

Yet it rarely gets a mention and failed to trouble the UK chart statisticians on its release in 1977. 772 more words

Drumming

From White to Red: Ultravox, LAMENT (1984)

Review of Ultravox, LAMENT (Chrysalis, 1984).  Tracks: White China; One Small Day; Dancing With Tears in My Eyes; Lament; Man of Two Worlds; Heart of the Country; When the Time Comes; and A Friend I Call Desire. 786 more words

Progressive Rock

The Voice

It warms my cockles how much y’all dig these music posts.

It makes me rock back and forth rubbing my knees grinning uncontrollably while looking from side to side. 40 more words

Blog

U is for Ultravox

This Blog is taking part in the April 2017 A to Z Challenge. Don’t forget to check out the other Blogs taking part by following #AtoZChallenge on… 61 more words

Everything Else

Song of the week 16

Hi all,

what I can say. Don’t make contracts with evil man in stuite :-). At least that was my feeling from video clip of band Ultravox. 37 more words

Song Of The Week

MOTHERFUCKING JULIAN ASSANGE DANCING TO ULTRAVOX

So beautiful, I wish lives could have gone differently and he was a free man to join me in the ultimate synth-pop/darkwave band. This is such beautiful moment, seeing a young Assange dancing to Ultravox, it literally distills the very essence of what life is, and the irony of what is has become for so many of us, I’m sure this isn’t a newsflash to you if you’re reading this blog, but he isn’t the only political prisoner of the US government, after you’re done boning off tonight take a look in the mirror, or the reflection of any dark puddle or random pool of blood you may happen across in the street and you might see another. 62 more words

Art

Jim Kerr and Midge Ure

This photo was taken a few years back when Simple Minds and Ultravox toured together. I had always seen the top half of the picture, but on a recent photo search, I notice a separate section of the bottom half. 103 more words

Simple Minds