Ultravox & related - The Ultimate Discography

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=                             Listening to the music the machines make                           =
=                                      I felt my heart break                                     =
=                                        Just for a moment                                       =
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Created in 2003-2005

Copyright (2005)

Compiled by Vladimir Kruglov.

Last update: 26/01/2007

    Contents:

* Discographical Notes
* Part I - Tiger Lily
* Part II - Ultravox!/Ultravox
* Part III - Billy Currie
* Part IV - John Foxx
* Part V - Midge Ure
* Part VI - Miscellaneous
* Part VII - Modern Man/The Messengers
* End of Discography

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My discography is based on excellent discographies made by:
- Jonas Warstad (www.discog.info/ultravox.html)

- Graham Needham (www.cybernoise.com/cybernoise/Discographies_PDF/ULTRAVOX.pdf)
- Al Crawford (wiretap.area.com/Gopher/Library/Music/Disc/ultravox.dis)


Some detals has also been taken from the following sources:

- www.metamatic.com/discography.html
- www.connollyco.com/discography/ultravox/index.html
- www.stars-on-7-inch.com/index_u/ultravox/ultravox.htm
- park10.wakwak.com/~techno/ultravox.html
- sound.jp/rockwrok/

- jage.jp/ultravox/ULTRAVOX.html#Disco


I also used information from various Internet vinyl stores: GEMM, eil.com, musicstack.com, etc.

 

The discography gathers information about all types of releases put out by Ultravox and its members

- singles, albums, compilations, official live recordings, some promo items and so on, also incl.

official video releases out out by a band and its members.

 

This discography is split into seven basic parts. The first part is about Tiger Lily, the band that

eventually became Ultravox!; the second part is all about Ultravox!/Ultravox itself; the following

three parts are about solo projects of Ultravox members (in alphabetical order) - Billy Currie,

John Foxx and Midge Ure; the sixth part gathers various releases that saw involvement of two or

more members of Ultravox; finally, the seventh part gives information about releases of the bands

Modern Man and the Messengers - regular support acts on Ultravox tours throughout the years (it is

actually given out of general interest and some connections between certain Ultravox members and

members of said bands).


Chart information for releases is by no means complete, I`ve only included the positions that I
managed to find.

The notes below releases include accompanying information, interesting facts or special something
concerning noted items.

 

All songs on singles/promos are album versions unless where noted.

 

No bootlegs are included, as this discography lists only officially released items.

As usual, I suggest you to share with me all the information that is absent from this list. You`re
welcome to make your corrections, additions and ask questions. To do this, please write to me to
this address:

    80`s Discogs (fadingeuropeans@mail.ru)

My deepest thanks so far go to Roger Marchi for his enormous help with various aspects of this
discography - lots of corrections, additions and comments on releases for almost every part of it.

Also:

- to Jonas Warstad and Graham Needham for their kind permissions to use the information from their

discographies;
- to the late, lamented Ari Leppa - for his information about Midge Ure`s «Just for You» US promo;

- to Oliver Pfaender for sending my tracklist and timings for Vinny Burns`s solo album;


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Tiger Lily: Ain`t Misbehavin`
  [March 1975] single

    SP: 1975 UK (Gull/Decca; GULS 12) [ps]
    SP: 1975 IT (Gull/CBS-Sugar; GU 103)
    SP: 1977 UK (Gull/Decca; GULS 54) [different ps] [reissue]

        A - 3.12    Ain`t Misbehavin`
        B - 3.36    Monkey Jive

Note: This was Tiger Lily`s only record ever released. «Ain`t Misbehavin`» is a cover version of
      a song written by Fats Waller and it was intended as a soundtrack to a soft porn movie of
      the same name (but, according to Billy, never used as such). «Melody Maker» magazine rated

      it as one of the week`s «hits»!
      «Monkey Jive» is the original song by Tiger Lily.
      The line-up of this band is identical to the Ultravox! line-up of 1977 - Dennis Leigh (later
      John Foxx - Vocals), Billy Currie (Violin, Piano), Steve Shears (Guitar), Warren Cann (Drums)

      and Chris St. John (born Chris Allen, later Chris Cross - Bass Guitar).
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Tiger Lily: Monkey Jive
  [August 1980] single

    SP: 1980 UK (Dead Good; DEAD 11) [ps]

        A - 3.36    Monkey Jive
        B - 3.12    Ain`t Misbehavin`

Note: This is a reissue of a sole Tiger Lily single with reversed track order and a different
      picture cover. Interesting is that it entered the UK indie chart and reached No. 34.

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Ultravox!: Dangerous Rhythm
  [February 1977] single

    SP: 1977 UK (Island; WIP 6375) [company generic die-cut sleeve]
    SP: 1977 DE (Island/Ariola; 17 715 AT) [different ps = album cover]
    SP: 1977 FR (Island; 6837 382) [«Serie Parade» promo] [company sleeve]

    SP: 1981 UK (Island; WIP 6375) [reissue in picture sleeve]

        A - 4.14    Dangerous Rhythm
        B - 3.01    My Sex

 

Note: UK promotional items included 1,5” pin badge.
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Ultravox!: Ultravox!
  [February 1977] album

Charts: [SE #25]

 

    EP: 1977 UK (Island; IDJ 18) [one-sided promo]

 

        A - 3.15    Wide Boys

            4.15    Dangerous Rhythm

            5.50    The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned

    LP: 1977 UK (Island; ILPS 9449) [ps] [initial run in gatefold sleeve with blue-and-orange label]

    LP: 1977 AU (Island/Festival; L 36197) [ps]

    LP: 1977 CA (Island; XILPS 9449) [ps]
    LP: 1977 DE (Island/Ariola; 28 193 XOT) [ps]
    LP: 1977 JP (Island/Toshiba EMI; ILS 80912) [white label DJ sample promo LP with lyric insert]
    LP: 1977 JP (Island/Polystar; 20 S 61) [ps with obi-strip and integral lyric insert]
    LP: 1977 IT (Island; ILPS 19449) [gatefold ps]

        A - 2.34    Sat`day Night in the City of the Dead
            3.43    Life at Rainbow`s End (For All the Tax Exiles on Main Street)
            4.15    Slip Away
            7.23    I Want to Be a Machine
        B - 3.15    Wide Boys
            4.15    Dangerous Rhythm
            3.43    The Lonely Hunter
            5.50    The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned [seques into next track]
            3.02    My Sex

Notes: «Sat`day Night in the City of the Dead» is a second, longer version of a song. Also the two
       songs were recorded but not included on the resulting release - «City Doesn`t Care» and «Car
       Crash Flashback».
       Some copies of gatefold-sleeved LP were fully autographed by all five band members in biro
       on the front cover.

 

    8T: 1977 US (Island; Y 8 I-9449) [8-track tape]

 

        1 - Sat`day Night in the City of the Dead

            Life at Rainbow`s End

            Wide Boys

        2 - Slip Away

            I Want to Be a Machine (part 1)

        3 - I Want to Be a Machine (part 2)

            Dangerous Rhythm

            My Sex

        4 - The Lonely Hunter

            The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned

    CD: 1992 UK (Island; IMCD 146) [ps] [«Island Masters» series]

    CD: 1992 DE (Island; 7 4321 11291 2) [ps]
    CD: 1999 JP (Nippon Phonogram; PHCR 18746) [ps] [with obi-strip]

            2.34    Sat`day Night in the City of the Dead
            3.43    Life at Rainbow`s End (For All the Tax Exiles on Main Street)
            4.12    Slip Away
            7.19    I Want to Be a Machine
            3.15    Wide Boys
            4.16    Dangerous Rhythm
            3.43    The Lonely Hunter
            5.51    The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned [seques into next track]
            3.01    My Sex

  [Credits:
    John Foxx (Vocals)
    Billy Currie (Violin, Keyboards)
    Stevie Shears (Guitar)
    Chris Cross (Bass Guitar, Background Vocals)
    Warren Cann (Drums, Background Vocals)
    Produced by Ultravox!, Brian Eno and Steve Lillywhite.
    Engineered by Steve Lillywhite. Assisted by Terry Barham.
    Recorded at Island Studio, Hammersmith, London (Autumn 1976).
    Sleeve concept by Dennis Leigh. Sleeve design by Bloomfield/Travis.
    Photography by Gered Mankowitz.]
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Ultravox!: Young Savage
  [May 1977] non-album single

    SP: 1977 UK (Island; WIP 6392) [ps]
    SP: 1977 DE (Island/Ariola; 17 961 AT) [ps]

        A - 2.58    Young Savage
        B - 3.57    Slip Away (live)

Notes: «Slip Away» was recorded live at «The Rainbow Theatre» in North London on 19th February of
       1977 during their performance in the support slot for Eddie and the Hot Rods.
       «Island» issued a company poster to promote this single. Its size approximately 30”x20”,
       printed on thickish stock with superb punk graphics.

    SP: 1977 FR (Island; 6138 104) [unique ps]

        A - 2.58    Young Savage
        B - 4.14    Dangerous Rhythm
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Ultravox!: ROckwrok
  [October 1977] single

    SP: 1977 UK (Island; WIP 6404) [ps] [some copies fully autographed by all five band members]
    SP: 1977 DE (Island/Ariola; 11 655 AT) [different ps - unique red/black group sleeve design]

        A - 3.33    ROckwrok
        B - 4.54    Hiroshima mon amour (early version)


    SP: 1977 IT (Island/Ricordi; WIP 26404) [ps]

        A - 3.33    ROckwrok
        B - 5.08    Hiroshima mon amour

 

    SP: 1977 IT (Island; J.B. 126) [special pressing jukebox split single]

 

        A - ROckwrok [by Ultravox!]

        B - Do Anything You Wanna Do [by Eddie and the Hot Rods]

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Ultravox!: Ha!-Ha!-Ha!
  [October 1977] album

    LP: 1977 UK (Island; ILPS 9505) [ps] [also issued with inner and a free 7” single] [some copies
                                          were signed by John Foxx]
    LP: 1977 AU (Island/Festival; L 36456) [ps]
    LP: 1977 DE (Island/Ariola; 25 499 XOT) [ps] [with insert]
    LP: 1977 JP (Island/Polystar; 20 S 62) [ps with lyric insert and obi-strip]

    LP: 1977 IT (Island; ILPS 19505) [ps]
    MC: 1977 UK (Island; ZCI 9505)

        A - 3.33    ROckwrok
            4.06    Frozen Ones
            3.59    Fear in the Wester World [seques into next track]
            5.19    Distant Smile
        B - 4.11    Man Who Dies Every Day
            4.58    Artificial Life
            3.15    While I`m Still Alive
            5.13    Hiroshima mon amour

    SP: 1977 UK (Island Records; WIP 6417)

        A - 2.31    Modern Love (live)
        B - 1.38    Quirks

Note: This is a free single given with initial copies of LP. «Modern Love» is from the same concert
      at the Rainbow Theatre as «Slip Away» from the B-side of «Young Savage» single.
      «Quirks» is a studio recording.

      Some sources describe this 7” as a flexi disc, but it actually is on hard wax.

    CD: 1992 UK (Island; IMCD 147) [ps] [«Island Masters» series]
    CD: 1992 DE (Island/Ariola; 7 4321 11292 2) [ps]
    CD: 1992 JP (Nippon Phonogram; PHCR 18747) [ps] [with obi-strip]
    CD: 1995 EU (Universal; 846.157-2) [ps]

            3.33    ROckwrok
            4.06    Frozen Ones
            4.00    Fear in the Wester World [seques into next track]
            5.20    Distant Smile
            4.09    Man Who Dies Every Day
            4.57    Artificial Life
            3.13    While I`m Still Alive
            5.11    Hiroshima mon amour

  [Credits:
    John Foxx (Vocals)
    Stevie Shears (Guitar)
    Warren Cann (Drums, Drum Machine, Vocals)
    Billy Currie (Violin, Keyboards, Synthesizer)
    Chris Cross (Bass Guitar, Vocals)
    C.C. (Saxophone on «Hiroshima mon amour»)
    Produced by Ultravox! and Steve Lillywhite.
    Arranged by Ultravox! Engineered by Steve Lillywhite.
    Recorded at Phonogram Studios, London (late summer 1977).
    Sleeve concept by Dennis Leigh. Sleeve design by Bloomfield/Travis.]
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Ultravox!: Frozen Ones
  [November 1977] single

    SP: 1977 DE (Island/Ariola; 11 815 AT) [unique ps with purple titles]

        A - 4.06    Frozen Ones
        B - 4.10    Man Who Dies Every Day (remix)
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Ultravox!: Retro Live
  [February 1978] live recording

    SP: 1978 UK (Island; IEP 8) [ps]
    SP: 1981 UK (Island; IEP 8) [ps] [reissue]

        A - 3.37    Man Who Dies Every Day
            3.08    Young Savage
        B - 4.30    The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned
            2.50    My Sex

Notes: Pre-release DJ version of this record features a spoken introduction by John Foxx. Original
       picture sleeve bears the «Delga Press» logo on its back whereas the reissue doesn`t. Some
       copies of the release were fully autographed by all band members in black ballpoint pen on
       the front of the sleeve.
       «Man Who Dies Every Day» and «My Sex» recorded at Huddersfield Polytechnic on 6/10/1977.
       «The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned» recorded at the Rainbow Theatre on 19/2/1977.
       «Young Savage» recorded at the Marquee on 26/12/1977.
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Ultravox: Slow Motion
  [August 1978] single

    SP: 1978 UK (Island; WIP 6454) [ps]
    SP: 1978 DE (Island/Ariola; 15 840 AT) [different «titled» ps]
    EP: 1978 UK (Island; 12-WIP 6454) [ps] [also issued on purple, opaque grey and clear vinyl]

        A - 3.27    Slow Motion
        B - 2.55    Dislocation
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Ultravox: Systems of Romance
  [September 1978] album

    LP: 1978 UK (Island; ILPS 9555) [laminated ps] [also issued with lyric inner]
    LP: 1978 AU (Island/Festival; L 36761) [ps]
    LP: 1978 DE (Island/Ariola; 26 453 XOT) [ps]
    LP: 1978 ES (Island; 26.453 I) [ps]
    LP: 1978 FR (Island; 9123.034) [ps] [plus lyric inner]
    LP: 1978 JP (Island/Polystar; 20 S 63) [ps with integral wraparound insert and obi-strip]

    LP: 1978 IT (Island; ILPS 19555) [ps]
    LP: 1978 US (Antilles; AN 7069) [ps]
    MC: 1978 UK (Island; ZCI 9555)
    MC: 1981 UK (Island; ICT 9614) [orange-and-black ps]

        A - 3.31    Slow Motion
            4.16    I Can`t Stay Long
            4.25    Someone Else`s Clothes
            3.09    Blue Light
            2.32    Some of Them
        B - 4.08    Quiet Men
            2.57    Dislocation
            3.55    Maximum Acceleration
            4.15    When You Walk Through Me
            3.10    Just for a Moment

Note: 1981 cassette release was a part of «Island»`s experimental «One + One» series and featured
      full album on side A plus the same tracks on B-side which you could erase and record «whatever

      you like» afterwards. This series was presumably unsuccessful and, therefore, short-lived.

    CD: 1992 UK (Island; IMCD 148) [ps] [«Island Masters» series]
    CD: 1992 DE (Island/Ariola; 7 4321 11293 2) [ps]
    CD: 1997 JP (Nippon Phonogram; PHCR 18748) [ps] [with obi-strip]

            3.29    Slow Motion
            4.16    I Can`t Stay Long
            4.25    Someone Else`s Clothes
            3.09    Blue Light
            2.29    Some of Them
            4.08    Quiet Men
            2.55    Dislocation
            3.53    Maximum Acceleration
            4.15    When You Walk Through Me
            3.10    Just for a Moment

  [Credits:
    John Foxx (Vocals)
    Chris Cross (Bass Guitar, Synthesizer, Vocals)
    Billy Currie (Keyboards, Violin)
    Warren Cann (Drums, Rhythm Machine, Vocals)
    Robin Simon (Guitar, Vocals)
    Produced by Ultravox, Conny Plank and Dave Hutchins.
    Engineered by Conny Plank and Dave Hutchins.
    Recorded and mixed at Conny`s Studio (near Koln, West Germany).
    Sleeve concept by Dennis Leigh. Sleeve design by Bloomfield/Travis.
    Group photography by Adrian Boot.]
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Ultravox: Quiet Men
  [October 1978] single

    SP: 1978 UK (Island: WIP 6459) [ps]

        A - 3.15    Quiet Men (single remix-edit)
        B - 2.56    Cross Fade

    EP: 1978 UK (Island; 12-WIP 6459) [different ps] [also issued on white and clear vinyl]

        A - 3.52    Quiet Men (full version)
        B - 2.56    Cross Fade

Note: The 12” «full version» is essentially the same as the 7” «single remix-edit», but it`s longer
      and the rhythm start right away.

      The 12” release was labelled as a limited edition release.
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Ultravox: Three into One
  [June 1980] compilation

    LP: 1980 UK (Island; ILPS 9614) [ps]

    LP: 1986 UK (Island; ILPM 9614) [ps] [mid-price reissue]
    LP: 1980 AU (Island/Festival; L 37456) [ps]
    LP: 1980 DE (Island/Ariola; 202.335-270) [ps]
    LP: 1980 JP (Island/Polystar; 20 S-64) [ps with integral lyric inner/obi-strip and
                                            Japanese insert]
    LP: 1980 NZ (Island/Festival; L 37402) [ps]
    LP: 1980 US (Antilles; AN 7079) [ps]
    MC: 1986 UK (Island; ICM 9614)

        A - 2.58    Young Savage
            3.34    ROckwrok
            4.14    Dangerous Rhythm
            4.10    Man Who Dies Every Day
            5.51    The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned
        B - 3.27    Slow Motion
            3.10    Just for a Moment
            3.52    Quiet Men (full version)
            3.01    My Sex
            5.13    Hiroshima mon amour

 

    MC: 1980 UK (Island; ICT 9614) [«1+1» series]

 

        A - 2.58    Young Savage
            3.34    ROckwrok
            4.14    Dangerous Rhythm
            4.10    Man Who Dies Every Day
            5.51    The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned
            3.27    Slow Motion
            3.10    Just for a Moment
            3.52    Quiet Men (full version)
            3.01    My Sex
            5.13    Hiroshima mon amour

        B - 2.58    Young Savage
            3.34    ROckwrok
            4.14    Dangerous Rhythm
            4.10    Man Who Dies Every Day
            5.51    The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned
            3.27    Slow Motion
            3.10    Just for a Moment
            3.52    Quiet Men (full version)
            3.01    My Sex
            5.13    Hiroshima mon amour

    CD: 1988 UK (Island; CID 9614) [ps]
    CD: 1988 JP (Island/Polystar; P 32 D 25045) [promo] [ps]
    CD: 1989 UK (Island; IMCD 30) [ps] [«Island Masters» series] [mid-price reissue]
    CD: 1992 DE (Island/Ariola; 885.086) [ps]
    CD: 1992 JP (Nippon Phonogram; PHCR 18749) [ps] [with obi-strip]
    CD: 1998 RU (Oldis; 809170) [ps] [with four-page booklet]

            2.58    Young Savage
            3.33    ROckwrok
            4.15    Dangerous Rhythm
            4.10    Man Who Dies Every Day
            5.50    The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned
            3.27    Slow Motion
            3.10    Just for a Moment
            4.08    Quiet Men
            3.01    My Sex
            5.11    Hiroshima mon amour
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Ultravox: Sleepwalk
  [June 1980] single

Charts: [UK #29]

    SP: 1980 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 2441) [ps] [also issued on clear vinyl]
    SP: 1980 AU (Chrysalis; K 7973) [no ps] [blue-fading-to-white label]
    SP: 1980 DE (Chrysalis; 102.129-100) [ps]
    SP: 1980 NL (Chrysalis; 102.129) [unique different «striped» ps]

        A - 3.08    Sleepwalk
        B - 3.51    Waiting

    EP: 1980 US (Chrysalis; CHS 22 PDJ) [double A-sided promo] [custom labels and promo picture

                                                                sticker]

        A - 3.09    Sleepwalk
       AA - 3.09    Sleepwalk

Note: «Sleepwalk» was the band`s very first recording with Midge Ure. Lyrics written by Warren Cann.
      Rhythm track was adapted from Chubby Checker`s «The Twist».
      This song was Ultravox`s introductory recording to «Chrysalis Records» and gave the band a
      deal with the label.
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Ultravox: Vienna
  [July 1980] album

Charts: [NL #1] [UK #3] [SE #6] [NO #18] [DE #22] [JP #79] [CA #80] [US #164]

    LP: 1980 UK (Chrysalis; CHR 1296) [ps] [some copies were fully autographed by all four band
                                            members in black ballpoint pen on the front of ps]
    LP: 1980 DE (Chrysalis/Ariola; 202.701-320) [stickered ps]
    LP: 1980 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 81355) [ps] [with lyric insert and silver obi-strip]
    LP: 1980 NL (Chrysalis; 202.701) [ps]
    LP: 1980 NZ (Chrysalis/Festival; L 37376) [ps]
    LP: 1980 SE (Chrysalis; 13260938) [ps]
    LP: 1981 YU (Chrysalis/RTV Ljubljana; LL 0649) [ps]
    LP: 1981 ZA (Chrysalis; ML 4457) [ps]
    LP: 1982 BR (Chrysalis; 7108230) [ps]
    LP: 1982 CO (RCA Victor/Sonolux; 05(8831)01827) [laminated ps]
    MC: 1980 UK (Chrysalis; ZCHR 1296)
    MC: 1980 DE (Chrysalis; 402.701-352)

        A - 7.07    Astradyne
            4.01    New Europeans
            4.06    Private Lives
            3.50    Passing Strangers
            3.12    Sleepwalk
        B - 6.33    Mr. X [seques into next track]
            5.18    Western Promise [seques into next track]
            4.53    Vienna
            4.23    All Stood Still

 

Note: The album was actually going to be called «Torque Point» (suggested by Billy Currie - he even

      had test pressings of the album cover with this name) but at the last moment the title was

      changed to «Vienna» at the insistence of Steve Wright, the head of «Chrysalis».

    LP: 1980 CA (Chrysalis; CHR 1296) [ps] [different tracklist on A-side]
    LP: 1980 US (Chrysalis; FV 4-1296) [ps]
    CD: 1983 US (Chrysalis; VS 4-1296) [ps]

        A - 3.10    Sleepwalk
            3.48    Passing Strangers
            4.01    New Europeans
            4.06    Private Lives
            7.07    Astradyne
        B - 6.33    Mr. X [seques into next track]
            5.18    Western Promise [seques into next track]
            4.53    Vienna
            4.21    All Stood Still

Note: Some copies of US LP were fully autographed by all four band members in biro on picture sleeve.
      The record came out with a clear, heavy Polyethylene bag for added protect.

      There are some design differences between UK and US releases - the front covers only vary on

      the size of the border, whereas the rear covers whilst using the same images are laid out on

      opposite sides to each other. The UK release shows the images on the RHS.

    CD: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; 3 21296 2) [ps]

    CD: 1983 DE (Chrysalis; 610.011)
    CD: 1993 UK (Fame; CD-FA 3283) [ps] [mid-price reissue]
    CD: 1994 UK (Chrysalis; CD 25/CR 12) [ps] [anniversary reissue in long box set]
    CD: 2000 JP (Toshiba EMI; TOCP 6326) [ps] [with lyrics]
    CD: 2002 RU (Grammy; MTL 056) [ps] [plus eight-page booklet with lyrics]

            7.07    Astradyne
            4.05    New Europeans
            4.07    Private Lives
            3.50    Passing Strangers
            3.12    Sleepwalk
            6.33    Mr. X [seques into next track]
            5.18    Western Promise [seques into next track]
            4.54    Vienna
            4.22    All Stood Still

  [Credits:
    Chris Cross (Bass, Synthesizers, Vocals)
    Midge Ure (Lead Vocals, Guitars, Synthesizers)
    Warren Cann (Drums, Electronic Percussion, Vocals)
    Billy Currie (Synthesizers, Piano, Violin, Viola)
    Produced by Ultravox and Conny Plank.
    Engineered by Conny Plank.
    Recorded at RAK (London). Mixed at Conny`s Studio (near Koln, West Germany)
    Design by Glenn Travis. Photography by Brian Griffin.
    Backplate colour photograph by Anton Corbijn.]
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Ultravox: Passing Strangers
  [October 1980] single

Charts: [UK #57]

    SP: 1980 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 2457) [ps] [also issued on clear vinyl]
    SP: 1980 AU (Chrysalis; K 8386) [no ps]
    SP: 1980 DE (Chrysalis; 102.508-100) [ps]
    SP: 1980 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 17077) [white label promo] [different ps]

        A - 3.49    Passing Strangers
        B - 5.50    Face to Face (live)

Note: Japanese single went with different picture sleeve using the same photo as «Vienna» LP front
      cover on silver-and-blue background. Also featured picture insert with lyrics on reverse and

      an ad for the album.


    SP: 1980 NL (Chrysalis; 102.491) [ps]

 

        A - 3.49    Passing Strangers
        B - 3.09    Sleepwalk

    EP: 1980 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 12-2457) [ps] [blue-and-white label]
    EP: 1980 DE (Chrysalis; 600.287-213) [black-and-white ps]

        A - 3.50    Passing Strangers
        B - 6.04    Face to Face (live)
            4.06    King`s Lead Hat (live)

Notes: «Face to Face» recorded live at St. Albans Civic Centre on 16/8/1980. This song marked Billy
       Currie`s live debut as a guitarist.
       «King`s Lead Hat» is a cover version of Brian Eno tribute to Talking Heads and recorded live
       at the gig in Lyceum in London on 17/8/1980.

 

  [Video directed by Russell Mulcahy.

    Produced by Lexi Godfrey.
    Edited by Tim Waddell.
    Lighting cameraman - Nick Knowland.
    Executive directors - Midge Ure and Chris Cross.

    Shot entirely at the Beckton Gas Works, London.]
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Ultravox: New Europeans
  [November 1980] single

 

Charts: [JP #36]

    SP: 1980 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 17167) [«helicopter» ps]

        A - 4.01    New Europeans
        B - 4.53    Vienna

Notes: «New Europeans» was initially used as the background music for TV whiskey commercial. The
       interest it generated lead to a song being released as a single, which went «gold».
       The single issued with band picture insert featuring lyrics the both songs on the reverse

       and an ad for the album.
       There was also white label promo with punch-out hole, picture sleeve, obi-strip and insert.
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Ultravox: Vienna
  [January 1981] single

Charts: [BE #1] [IE #1] [NL #1] [NZ #2] [UK #2] [SE #7] [AT #8] [ZA #8] [AU #11] [DE #14]

    SP: 1981 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 2481) [ps] [also issued on clear vinyl]
    SP: 1981 DE (Chrysalis; 102.905-100) [ps]
    SP: 1981 NZ (Chrysalis; K 8219) [company sleeve]
    SP: 1981 YU (Chrysalis/RTV Ljubljana; SL 0271) [ps]
    SP: 1981 ZA (Chrysalis; PD 1932) [ps]
    7”: 1986 ?? (???; 09446 3 23936 7 8) [reissue with different ps]

        A - 4.38    Vienna (single fade)
        B - 4.17    Passionate Reply

    SP: 1981 IT (Chrisalis/RCA; CHS 309) [blue-fading to-white label]

        A - 4.39    Vienna (single fade)
        B - 3.50    Passing Strangers

    EP: 1981 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 12-2481) [ps]
    EP: 1981 DE (Chrysalis; 204.039-814) [ps]

        A - 4.53    Vienna
        B - 4.20    Passionate Reply
            5.49    Herr X

Notes: «Herr X» is a German-language version of «Mr. X». It has essentially the same instrumental
       track, but Warren Cann re-recorded his vocal part in German (with the help of Conny and
       Krista Plank).

       The cover actually says «Herr X» white it`s «Mr. X» on the label. 

       Promotional items included 4-page sheet music with classic black-and-white front picture

       cover of the band + all the chords and lyrics for the song.

 

  [Video directed by Russell Mulcahy.

    Produced by Lexi Godfrey.
    Edited by Tim Waddell.
    Lighting cameraman - Nick Knowland.
    Executive directors - Midge Ure and Chris Cross.

    Filmed at various locations in London (Kilburn, Covent Garden) and Vienna, Austria.]

 

Note: There are two versions of the video - the canonic one (i.e. with tarantula on Julien Temple`s

      face), and the 2nd version more suitable for morning TV shows (shots of band members instead

      of the episode with that horrifying insect.]
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Ultravox: Slow Motion
  [March 1981] single

Charts: [UK #33]

    SP: 1981 UK (Island; WIP 6691) [ps with embossed text]

        A - 3.27    Slow Motion
            3.15    Quiet Men (single remix-edit)
        B - 4.40    Hiroshima mon amour [album version edit]

   DSP: 1981 UK (Island; DWIP 6691) [limited edition double pack] [gatefold ps with embossed writing]
                                     [singles were with original grey «Island» inner sleeves]
    EP: 1981 UK (Island; 12-WIP 6691) [ps]

        A - 3.27    Slow Motion
            2.55    Dislocation
        B - 3.15    Quiet Men (single remix-edit)
            4.54    Hiroshima mon amour (early version)

    MC: 1981 UK (Island; CDWIP 6691) [black cardboard flip-top box]

        A - 3.27    Slow Motion
            4.54    Hiroshima mon amour (early version)
            3.15    Quiet Men (single remix-edit)
            2.55    Dislocation

        B - 3.27    Slow Motion
            4.54    Hiroshima mon amour (early version)
            3.15    Quiet Men (single remix-edit)
            2.55    Dislocation

Note: This cassette was a part of «Island»`s experimental «1+1» cassette series – see «Systems of
      Romance» LP note for details.
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Ultravox: Someone Else`s Clothes

  [1981] unreleased single

 

    SP: 1981 UK (Island; WIP 6722)

 

        A - 4.25    Someone Else`s Clothes

        B - 4.08    Quiet Men

 

Note: Planned as a follow-up to the successful «Slow Motion» release, but shelved.

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Ultravox: All Stood Still
  [May 1981] single

Charts: [UK #8] [IE #14] [DE #69]

    SP: 1981 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 2522) [ps] [also issued on clear vinyl]
    SP: 1981 DE (Chrysalis; 103.331-100) [ps]
    SP: 1981 NL (Chrysalis; 103.331) [ps] [with blue «Chrysalis» paper label]

        A - 3.40    All Stood Still (single edit)
        B - 4.53    Alles klar

    EP: 1981 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 12-2522) [laminated ps]
    EP: 1981 DE (Chrysalis; 600.386-213) [ps] [some copies full autographed by all four members]
    EP: 1981 US (Chrysalis; CHS 25 PDJ) [DJ promo] [stickered die-cut company sleeve]

        A - 5.05    All Stood Still (12” mix)
        B - 4.55    Alles klar
            6.21    Keep Talking

Note: Some 12” singles issued with label (mis)printed «Keep Torqe-ing». According to Warren Cann,
      «Keep Talking» is the correct and original title.

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Ultravox!: Mini-LP
  [July 1981] compilation

    EP: 1981 AU (Festival; L 20003) [ps]

        A - 4.35    The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned (live at the Rainbow Theatre)
            2.53    My Sex (live at the Huddersfield Polytechnic)
            1.38    Quirks
        B - 3.42    Young Savage (live at the Marquee)
            3.13    Man Who Dies Every Day (live at the Huddersfield Polytechnic)
            2.31    Modern Love (live at the Rainbow Theatre)

 

Note: This is a combination of «Retro Live» EP and «Modern Love/Quirks» free single. The cover is

      the same as «Retro Live» but with «Mini-LP» written instead of «Retro Live» and on the back

      there is the original «Retro» cover combined with the advertising for «Systems of Romance»,

      «Three into One» and «Ha!-Ha!-Ha!».
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Ultravox: The Thin Wall
  [August 1981] single

Charts: [UK #14] [IE #16] [AU #95]

    SP: 1981 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 2540) [ps] [blue printed labels] [also issued on clear vinyl]
    SP: 1981 DE (Chrysalis; 103.494-100) [ps]
    SP: 1981 IT (Chrysalis/RCA; CHS 315)
    SP: 1981 NZ (Chrysalis; K 8450) [company sleeve]
    SP: 1981 PT (Chrysalis; 6198493) [ps]

        A - 4.25    The Thin Wall (single edit)
        B - 3.31    I Never Wanted to Begin

    SP: 1981 FR (Chrysalis/RCA; CHS 2540) [LP sleeve] [French pressing for French market]

        A - 4.26    The Thin Wall (single edit)
        B - 4.30    The Voice (single fade-out)

    EP: 1981 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 12-2540) [«arms» ps]
    EP: 1981 DE (Chrysalis; 600.429-213) [ps]
    EP: 1981 FR (Chrysalis; CHS 12-2540) [blue metallic label] [company custom sleeve]
    EP: 1981 NZ (Chrysalis; MX 58433) [ps]

        A - 5.39    The Thin Wall
        B - 6.17    I Never Wanted to Begin [extended version - not indicated as such]

  [Trivia: Spanish title of «The Thin Wall» is «La pared delgada»]

 

  [Video directed by Russell Mulcahy.

    Produced by Lexi Godfrey.
    Edited by Tim Waddell.
    Lighting cameraman - Nick Knowland.
    Executive directors - Midge Ure and Chris Cross.]

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Ultravox: Rage in Eden
  [September 1981] album

Charts: [UK #4] [SE #5] [NO #20] [NL #25] [CA #45] [DE #48] [US #144]

    LP: 1981 UK (Chrysalis; CDL 1338) [ps] [original release with inner and fold-out poster]
    LP: 1981 UK (Chrysalis; CHR 1338) [ps] [reissue with different artwork]
    LP: 1981 AU (Chrysalis; RML 53008) [ps] [with innerbag and poster]
    LP: 1981 CA (Chrysalis; CHR 1338) [ps]
    LP: 1981 DE (Chrysalis; 203.958-270) [ps]
    LP: 1981 ES (Chrysalis; CDL 1338) [ps] [with insert and laminated jacket]
    LP: 1981 IT (Chrysalis; CDL 133 B) [ps]
    LP: 1981 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 81444) [different ps]
    LP: 1981 NZ (Chrysalis; L 37557) [ps] [with insert]
    LP: 1981 US (Chrysalis; FV 4-1338) [ps] [with inner]
    MC: 1981 UK (Chrysalis; ZCDL 1338)
    MC: 1981 DE (Chrysalis; 403.958-352)

        A - 6.01    The Voice
            5.39    We Stand Alone
            4.12    Rage in Eden [seques into next track]
            4.57    I Remember (Death in the Afternoon)
        B - 5.41    The Thin Wall
            7.26    Stranger Within
            4.45    Accent on Youth [seques into next track]
            2.19    The Ascend [seques into next track]
            4.36    Your Name (Has Slipped My Mind Again)

Notes: German issue had different artwork on the back sleeve of album - band members and their
       instruments.
       Spanish issue went with titles on cover being printed in Spanish.
       Japanese issue went with lyric insert and obi-strip attached to the cover.
       Promotional items (now deleted) for this album included UK 20-page tour programme with
       photos, tour dates and general information, & US press pack, which contained two-page press
       release, 2-page biography plus 10”x8” black-&-white publicity photo in blue-and-buff folder.

    CD: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; CCD 1338) [different ps]
    CD: 1983 DE (Chrysalis/Ariola; 253.958) [ps]
    CD: 1983 US (Chrysalis; VK 4-1338) [ps]

            6.01    The Voice
            5.38    We Stand Alone
            4.12    Rage in Eden [seques into next track]
            4.59    I Remember (Death in the Afternoon)
            5.41    The Thin Wall
            7.21    Stranger Within
            4.44    Accent on Youth [seques into next track]
            2.19    The Ascend [seques into next track]
            4.31    Your Name (Has Slipped My Mind Again)

  [Credits:
    Midge Ure (Vocals, Guitars, Synthesizer)
    Chris Cross (Bass Guitar, Synthesizers, Background Vocals)
    Warren Cann (Acoustic and Electronic Percussion, Vocals)
    Billy Currie (Keyboards, Synthesizers, Violin, Viola)
    Produced by Ultravox.
    Co-produced and engineered by Conny Plank.
    Recorded and mixed at Conny`s Studio (near Koln, West Germany)
    Original design by Peter Saville Associates, based on original works by Claus Hansmann and
Herve Morvan.]

  [Trivia: Spanish title of «Rage in Eden» is «Furia en del Eden»]
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Ultravox: The Voice
  [October 1981] single

Charts: [UK #16] [IE #27] [NZ #29]

    SP: 1981 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 2559) [ps with silver or blue printed labels] [also issued on

                                       clear vinyl with paper labels]
    SP: 1981 AU (Chrysalis; K 8566) [ps]
    SP: 1981 DE (Chrysalis; 103.702-100) [tatty ps]
    SP: 1981 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 17209) [ps]
    SP: 1981 NL (Chrysalis; 103.702) [ps]

        A - 4.23    The Voice (single fade-out)
        B - 4.18    Paths and Angles

Note: Japanese 7” release came with nice Japanese-lettered picture inlay containing English lyrics
      to both tracks printed on the reverse and details on Ultravox Japanese fan-club. There was also
      a promotional white label test pressing of this single with photocopied picture insert.

    SP: 1981 IT (Chrysalis/RCA; CHS 320) [radio promo] [ps]

        A - 4.24    The Voice (single fade-out)
        B - 4.25    The Thin Wall (single edit)

    SP: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; UIS) [flexi disc]

        A - 4.23    The Voice (single fade-out)

Note: This thin, one-sided single is a membership gift for entering the «Ultravox Information
      Service».

    EP: 1981 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 12-2559) [ps]
    EP: 1981 AU (Chrysalis; X 13077) [ps]
    EP: 1981 DE (Chrysalis; 600.474-213) [ps]

        A - 6.01    The Voice
            4.22    Paths and Angles
        B - 4.51    Private Lives (live)
            4.18    All Stood Still (live)

Notes: Lyrics and lead vocals on «Paths and Angles» by Warren Cann. Guitar by Chris Cross.
       «Private Lives» and «All Stood Still» recorded live at the Crystal Palace Bowl in London on
       13/7/1981.

    EP: 1981 US (Chrysalis; CHS 35 PDJ) [double A-sided promo] [company die-cut sleeve with sticker]

        A - 6.01    The Voice
       AA - 5.58    The Voice

 

  [Video directed by Russell Mulcahy.

    Produced by Lexi Godfrey.
    Edited by Tim Waddell.
    Lighting cameraman - Nick Knowland.
    Executive directors - Midge Ure and Chris Cross.]
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Ultravox: New Europeans
  [December 1981] compilation

 

Charts: [JP #47]

    LP: 1981 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 81465) [unique ps]

        A - 4.21    The Voice (single fade-out)
            3.31    I Never Wanted to Begin
            4.21    Paths and Angles
            4.17    Passionate Reply
            4.19    All Stood Still (live)
        B - 4.52    Private Lives (live)
            5.50    Herr X
            4.55    Alles klar
            3.50    Waiting
            4.02    New Europeans

Notes: Japanese-only release. Cover art is almost identical to the second version of «Rage in Eden»
       LP cover. Obi-strip attached. Also included a brief history of the band in Japanese and
       inserted lyric sheet (in English) plus three band photos.
       Also there was a promotional item for this release - LP with promo white label, picture
       sleeve, insert and obi-strip.
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Ultravox: Take Two – Vienna/Rage in Eden
  [1982] double-album cassette reissue

    MC: 1982 UK (Chrysalis; ZCDP 109)

        A - 7.07    Astradyne
            4.01    New Europeans
            4.06    Private Lives
            3.48    Passing Strangers
            3.12    Sleepwalk
            6.33    Mr. X [seques into next track]
            5.18    Western Promise [seques into next track]
            4.53    Vienna
            4.21    All Stood Still
        B - 6.01    The Voice
            5.39    We Stand Alone
            4.12    Rage in Eden [seques into next track]
            4.57    I Remember (Death in the Afternoon)
            5.39    The Thin Wall
            7.26    Stranger Within
            4.45    Accent on Youth [seques into next track]
            2.19    The Ascend [seques into next track]
            4.29    Your Name (Has Slipped My Mind Again)

 

Note: One of a series of 10 double-play cassetes in the «Take Two» series, that featured a full-

      length album on each side.
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Ultravox: Reap the Wild Wind
  [September 1982] single

Charts: [PL #8] [IE #10] [UK #12] [AU #69] [US #71]

    SP: 1982 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 2639) [ps] [with white inner] [also issued on clear vinyl]
    SP: 1982 AU (Chrysalis; K 8907) [no ps]
    SP: 1982 DE (Chrysalis; 104.757) [ps]
    SP: 1982 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 17290) [title ps with lyrics on reverse]
    SP: 1982 PT (Chrysalis; 522815) [ps]
    SP: 1982 SE (Chrysalis; CHS 2639) [black-and-white paper labels] [jukebox hole]
    SP: 1982 ZA (Chrysalis; PD ????) [company sleeve]
    SP: 1983 US (Chrysalis; VS 4-42682) [ps]

        A - 3.41    Reap the Wild Wind (single edit)
        B - 4.16    Hosanna (In excelsis deo)

Note: Single edit is actually just the album version with the slightly edited intro.
      Cover of the British single release appeared in three forms - with black-and-white, silver
      and blue label designs. Catalogue numbers stayed the same on each of three. Limited edition

      clear vinyl release shared the same paper labels with the standard black vinyl release

 

    SP: 1983 FR (Chrysalis/RCA France; ???) [promo pressing]

 

        A - 3.41    Reap the Wild Wind (single edit)

        B - 4.42    Mine for Life

    SP: 1983 US (Chrysalis; 7 PRO VS 4-42682) [double A-sided promo]

        A - 3.41    Reap the Wild Wind (single edit)
       AA - 3.41    Reap the Wild Wind (single edit)

    EP: 1982 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 12-2639) [white label promo] [with press sheets]
    EP: 1982 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 12-2639) [embossed ps]
    EP: 1982 AU (Chrysalis; MX 60135) [ps]
    EP: 1982 DE (Chrysalis; 600.691-213) [ps]
    EP: 1982 US (Chrysalis; CHS 51 PDJ) [promo for clubs and radio stations] [ps]

        A - 4.45    Reap the Wild Wind (extended version)
        B - 4.22    Hosanna (In excelsis deo)

  [Video directed by Midge Ure and Chris Cross.
    Produced by Lexi Godfrey.
    Edited by Roo Aitken.
    Lighting cameraman - Nick Knowland.
    Executive directors - Midge Ure and Chris Cross.

    Filmed at Beachy Head in Eastbourne and the Elstree Flying Club in Berkshire.

 

Note: The extended version of «Reap the Wild Wind» is used in the video clip for the single for

      some reason.]
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Ultravox: Quartet
  [October 1982] album

Charts: [UK #6] [DE #13] [SE #13] [NO #19] [JP #75] [US #61]

    LP: 1982 UK (Chrysalis; CDL 1394) [ps] [with custom inner]
    LP: 1982 AR (Chrysalis; 600008) [ps] [Spanish titled on label and back cover]
    LP: 1982 AU (Chrysalis; RML 52025) [ps] [with inner]
    LP: 1982 CA (Chrisalis; CHR 1394) [ps]
    LP: 1982 DE (Chrysalis; 205.043-320) [neutralcover + inner]
    LP: 1982 ES (Chrysalis; CDL 1394) [promo with picture sleeve, insert and info sheet]

    LP: 1982 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 81531) [ps with lyric insert and rice paper obi-strip]
    LP: 1982 NZ (Chrysalis; L 37895) [ps] [with inner]
    LP: 1982 YU (Chrysalis/RTV Ljubljana; LL 0926) [ps]
    LP: 1983 US (Chrysalis; B 6 V 4-1394) [shrinkwrapped ps] [blue and white label]
    LP: 1982 ZA (Chrysalis; ML 4642) [ps]
    LP: 199? RU (Beloton; RGM 7117) [ps] [different back side of the cover]
    PD: 1982 UK (Chrysalis; CDLP 1394) [marble picture disc in clear plastic sleeve]
    PD: 1982 UK (Chrysalis; PCDL 1394) [limited edition green picture disc] [custom PVC sleeve]
    MC: 1982 UK (Chrysalis; ZCDL 1394)

 

        A - 3.50    Reap the Wild Wind
            5.05    Serenade
            4.42    Mine for Life
            5.45    Hymn
        B - 4.40    Visions in Blue
            4.16    When the Scream Subsides
            4.15    We Came to Dance
            4.18    Cut and Run
            3.56    The Song (We Go)

    LP: 1982 FR (Chrysalis; RC 250) [ps] [different track times]

 

        A - 3.50    Reap the Wild Wind
            5.05    Serenade
            4.42    Mine for Life
            5.46    Hymn
        B - 4.22    Visions in Blue
            4.16    When the Scream Subsides
            4.40    We Came to Dance
            4.42    Cut and Run
            3.56    The Song (We Go)

    CD: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; CCD 1394) [ps]
    CD: 1983 DE (Chrysalis/Ariola; 610.010) [ps]
    CD: 1983 US (Chrysalis; VK 4-1394) [ps]
    CD: 1993 UK (Chrysalis; CCD 1394) [ps] [mid-price reissue]

            3.49    Reap the Wild Wind
            5.06    Serenade
            4.45    Mine for Life
            5.47    Hymn
            4.40    Visions in Blue
            4.17    When the Scream Subsides
            4.14    We Came to Dance
            4.18    Cut and Run
            3.57    The Song (We Go)

  [Credits:
    Chris Cross (Background Vocals, Bass Guitar, Synthesizers)
    Warren Cann (Vocals, Acoustic and Electronic Percussion)
    Billy Currie (Synthesizers, Keyboards, Violin)
    Midge Ure (Lead Vocals, Guitars, Synthesizer)
    Produced by George Martin for «Air Studio Ltd.»
    Engineered by Geoff Emerick. Assisted by Jon Jacobs.
    Recorded at the Air Studio (Montserrat, West Indies, and London).
    Original design by Peter Saville Associates.
    Drawing by Ken Kennedy. Colouring by Bill Philpot.]

 

Note: Promotional items for the album included limited edition «Chrysalis» 14”x10” color print of

      the album cover, hand-numbered 83/400 by designer Peter Saville.
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Ultravox: Hymn
  [November 1982] single

Charts: [CH #6] [DE #9] [PL #9] [UK #11] [IE #15]

    SP: 1982 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 2657) [ps] [also issued on clear vinyl in glossy card ps]
    SP: 1982 AU (Chrysalis; K 8934) [no ps]
    SP: 1983 DE (Chrysalis; 104.934-100) [ps]
    SP: 1982 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 17345) [promo sample 7”] [group picture insert with

                                                    lyrics on reverse]
    SP: 1982 NZ (Chrysalis; K 8934) [company sleeve]
    PD: 1982 UK (Chrysalis; CHSP 2657) [limited edition 7” picture disc]

        A - 4.25    Hymn (single edit)
        B - 3.15    Monument

 

Note: The UK single released as a standard black vinyl release and limited edition clear vinyl.

      Standard release has a blue printed label and a matt paper picture sleeve, while limited

      edition has paper labels and a glossy card picture sleeve. Some copies were fully autographed

      by all four band members.

    SP: 1982 FR (Chrysalis; PB 61087) [different ps]

        A - 4.25    Hymn (single edit)
        B - 4.44    Mine for Life

    EP: 1982 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 12-2657) [ps] [also issued on clear vinyl]
    EP: 1982 DE (Chrysalis; 600.728-213) [ps]

        A - 5.46    Hymn
        B - 3.16    Monument
            5.54    The Thin Wall (live)

    EP: 1982 US (Chrysalis; AS 1662) [DJ-only promo]

        A - 4.25    Hymn (single edit)
        B - 5.45    Hymn
            3.41    Reap the Wild Wind

    EP: 1983 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 50137) [10” mini-album] [different ps]

        A - 4.45    Reap the Wild Wind (extended version)
            7.57    We Came to Dance (extended version)
            3.15    Monument
        B - 5.46    Hymn
            5.48    The Thin Wall (live)
            4.13    Rage in Eden

Note: Japanese-only release. Laser-etched vinyl disc with «Monument» symbols etched into vinyl
      around the circumferences on both sides. Obi-strip attached. Lyric insert in English. Inner

      also included liner notes in English and Japanese, band photo and printed signatures from

      the band. A very rare item.

 

  [Video directed by Midge Ure and Chris Cross.
    Produced by Lexi Godfrey.
    Edited by Roo Aitken.
    Lighting cameraman - Nick Knowland.
    Executive directors - Midge Ure and Chris Cross.

    Filmed in the Islington Town Hall board room, the Red Lion pub in Fulham, London.]
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Ultravox: Visions in Blue
  [March 1983] single

Charts: [UK #15] [PL #17] [IE #25]

    SP: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 2676) [ps] [also issued on clear vinyl]
    PD: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; CHSP 2676) [limited edition 7” picture disc in clear plastic sleeve]

        A - 4.13    Visions in Blue (single edit)
        B - 3.25    Break Your Back

    EP: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 12-2676) [ps] [also issued on clear vinyl]

        A - 4.38    Visions in Blue
        B - 3.28    Break Your Back
            3.53    Reap the Wild Wind (live)

Note: «Reap the Wild Wind» recorded live at the Hammersmith Odeon, London, in December of 1982. It
      can also be found on «Monument – The Soundtrack» live EP.

 

  [Video directed by Midge Ure and Chris Cross.
    Produced by Peter Wagg.
    Edited by Roo Aitken.
    Lighting cameraman - Nick Knowland.
    Executive directors - Midge Ure and Chris Cross.

 

Note: The video has been banned by «BBC» due to the explicit nature of some scenes. It was then

      edited so the clip could be shown on «Top of the Pops» TV show.]
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Ultravox: We Came to Dance
  [April 1983] single

Charts: [PL #9] [UK #18] [IE #22]

    SP: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; VOX 1) [ps] [also issued on clear vinyl]
    PD: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; VOX 1) [limited edition 7” picture disc]

        A - 4.04    We Came to Dance (single edit)
        B - 4.03    Overlook

  LESP: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; VOXLE 1) [ps] [limited edition 7”]

        A - 4.04    We Came to Dance (single edit)
        B - 3.29    Break Your Back

    SP: 1983 DE (Chrysalis; 105.349-100) [ps] [with promo info sheet] [black/blue paper labels
                                                                       and jukebox hole]

        A - 4.04    We Came to Dance (single edit)
        B - 3.56    Reap the Wild Wind (live)

Note: Live version of «Reap the Wild Wind» is the same as on «Visions in Blue» 12” single and on
      «Monument – The Soundtrack» live EP.

    EP: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; VOXX 1) [«mountain scene» ps] [also issued on clear vinyl]

        A - 7.35    We Came to Dance (extended version)
        B - 4.03    Overlook


    EP: 1983 DE (Chrysalis; 600.850-213) [ps]

 

        A - 7.57     We Came to Dance

        B - 3.53     Reap the Wild Wind (live version)

            3.25     Break Your Back

 

  [Video directed by Midge Ure and Chris Cross.
    Produced by Lexi Godfrey.
    Edited by Roo Aitken.
    Lighting cameraman - Nick Knowland.
    Executive directors - Midge Ure and Chris Cross.]
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Ultravox: Monument

  [October 1983] live-in-concert video

 

   VHS: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; MC 2121) [in large rental-style box]
   VHS: 1984 UK (Palace Video; CV 1 M 10) [reissue in standard-sized box]
   VHS: 1993 UK (Music Club; ???) [mid-price reissue in standard-sized box]


            2.49    Monument
            3.58    Reap the Wild Wind
            6.53    The Voice
            4.59    Vienna
            4.44    Mine for Life
            5.22    Hymn

            1.50    (outro)

 

  [Final credits:

    Warren Cann (Drums and Electronic Percussion)

    Chris Cross (Bass Guitar and Synthesizers)

    Billy Currie (Keyboards and Violin)

    Midge Ure (Vocals, Guitar and Keyboards)

    Alan Wild (Stage Lighting)

    John Hudson (Concert Sound Production)

    Brian Cooke and Ultravox (Stills Photography)

    Peter Sville (Graphic Design)

    Ken Kennedy (Structure Design)

    Ian Aiken (Editor)

    Nic Knowland (Director of Photography)

    Peter Wagg (Producer)

    Midge Ure and Chris Cross (Creative Directors)]


Note: This longform film was made for half-hour TV special.

      «Monument» is the studio version. It is used as background music during an introduction to

      the live video that describes the design of the stage sets and the recording of «Quartet».

      The video itself was filmed at one of four December 1982 concerts at the Hammersmith Odeon.

      It is a mixture of live footage and interspersing shots from the videos for most songs, even

      those that weren`t singles. Also included an outro (heavily echoed drum machine beats) during

      the closing credits.

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Ultravox: Monument – The Soundtrack
  [October 1983] live recording

Charts: [UK #9] [SE #49]

    LP: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; CUX 1452) [ps]
    LP: 1983 AU (Chrysalis; L 20029) [ps]
    LP: 1983 DE (Chrysalis; 205.849-270) [ps]
    LP: 1983 IT (Chrysalis; CHG 1452) [ps]
    LP: 1983 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 63037) [ps] [with insert and obi-strip]
    MC: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; ZCUX 1452)
    MC: 1983 DE (Chrysalis; 405.849-300)
    MC: 1983 FR (Chrysalis; 405.849 AE 410)

        A - 3.15    Monument
            4.11    Reap the Wind Wind
            6.54    The Voice
        B - 5.24    Vienna
            4.40    Mine for Life
            5.40    Hymn

 

    LP: 1983 FR (Chrysalis; 205.849 AE 210) [ps] [different track times on the cover]

 

        A - 3.15    Monument
            4.11    Reap the Wind Wind
            7.48    The Voice
        B - 5.25    Vienna
            4.32    Mine for Life
            5.28    Hymn


    CD: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; CCD 1452-2) [ps]
    CD: 1983 DE (Chrysalis/Ariola; 255.849) [ps]

            3.15    Monument
            4.10    Reap the Wind Wind
            6.52    The Voice
            5.22    Vienna
            4.38    Mine for Life
            5.37    Hymn


Note: This release generally served as a soundtrack to the «Monument» live-in-concert video.


  [Credits:
    Warren Cann (Acoustic and Electronic Percussion)
    Midge Ure (Lead Vocals, Guitar)
    Billy Currie (Keyboards, Synthesizer, Violin)
    Chris Cross (Background Vocals, Bass Guitar, Synthesizer)
    Colin King (Background Vocals, Keyboards)
    Danny Mitchell (Background Vocals, Keyboards)
    Concert sound production by John Hudson.
    All tracks except «Monument» recorded live at the Hammersmith Odeon, London, in December 1982.
    Original design by Peter Saville Associates.]
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Ultravox: One Small Day
  [January 1984] single

Charts: [IE #16] [UK #27]

    SP: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; VOX 2) [ps] [also issued on clear vinyl]
    SP: 1984 DE (Chrysalis; 106.185-100) [ps]
    SP: 1984 ES (Chrysalis; CHS 2768) [promo] [ps]
    SP: 1984 IT (Chrysalis/RCA; CHS 348) [radio promo]
    SP: 1984 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 17442) [unique different picture sleeve with group
                                                    photo] [picture insert with lyrics on reverse]
    SP: 1984 NZ (Chrysalis; K 9357) [ps]
    SP: 1984 ZA (Chrysalis; PD 2223) [ps]

        A - 4.28    One Small Day
        B - 3.45    Easterly

    SP: 1984 CA (Chrysalis; CHS 45003) [ps]

        A - 4.28    One Small Day
        B - 4.38    Lament

    EP: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; VOXX 2) [test pressing promo] [die-cut sleeve and hand-written generic

                                                           labels]

 

        A - 7.48    One Small Day (special remix)
        B - 3.45    Easterly

    EP: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; VOXX 2) [«green and orange» title ps] [also issued on clear vinyl]
    EP: 1984 AU (Chrysalis; X 13145) [ps]
    EP: 1984 DE (Chrysalis; 601.171-213) [ps]
    EP: 1984 ES (Chrysalis; CHSC 2768) [ps] [with press release]
    EP: 1984 FR (Chrysalis; 601.171 AE 180) [ps]

        A - 7.50    One Small Day (special remix)
        B - 4.38    One Small Day
            3.48    Easterly

Note: «One Small Day (special remix)» is also known as «club mix». It has been made by Francois
      Kevorkian and John Potoker at «Right Track» (New York).

  LEEP: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; VOXXLE 2) [limited edition 12”] [ps]
    EP: 1984 ES (Chrysalis; 520.315) [ps]

        A - 8.31    One Small Day (special remix extra)
        B - 4.38    One Small Day
            3.48    Easterly

 

Note: Some copies were signed by the band, others were numbered. Although it has a different cover

      from the ordinary 12”, the cover states the regular catalogue number (VOXX 2), but the etched

      number on the A-side says (VOXXLE 2).

    EP: 1984 US (Chrysalis; AS 1840) [special AOR double A-sided promo] [die-cut sleeve with sticker]

        A - 4.28    One Small Day
       AA - 4.28    One Small Day

  [Trivia: Spanish title of «One Small Day» is «Un dia Pequeno»]

 

  [Video directed by Midge Ure and Chris Cross.
    Produced by Lexi Godfrey.
    Edited by Roo Aitken.
    Lighting cameraman - Nick Knowland.
    Executive directors - Midge Ure and Chris Cross.

    Filmed at Callanish Standing Stones, Scotland.]
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Ultravox: Lament
  [April 1984] album

Charts: [SE #8] [UK #8] [NO #10] [NL #13] [DE #27] [CA #58] [US #115]

    LP: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; CDL 1459) [special screen-printed ps] [with white inner containing
                                       photo of Callanish Standing Stones and 24-page booklet]
    LP: 1984 AR (Chrysalis; 60063) [ps] [Spanish titles on front cover, label and back cover]
    LP: 1984 AU (Chrysalis; L 38186) [ps] [special limited edition with bonus 12”]
    LP: 1984 CA (Chrysalis; CHS 4-1459) [ps] [with inner]
    LP: 1984 DE (Chrysalis; 206.175-620) [ps] [with inner] [plus printed German tour dates]
    LP: 1984 FR (Chrysalis; 206.175 AE 660) [ps]
    LP: 1984 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 81649) [ps with lyric insert and obi-strip]
    LP: 1984 NL (Chrysalis; 206.175) [ps] [with printed insert]
    LP: 1984 NZ (Chrysalis; L 38186) [ps]
    LP: 1984 US (Chrysalis; FV 41459) [ps] [with custom inner]
    LP: 1984 YU (Chrysalis/RTV Ljubljana; LL 1202) [sleeve without pictures]
    PD: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; CDLP 1459) [picture disc in clear sleeve]
    CD: 1984 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; CP 35-3139) [ps] [with lyrics and original obi-strip]
    CD: 1990 US (One Way; OW 190582) [ps]

        A - 3.50    White China
            4.30    One Small Day
            4.39    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes
            4.40    Lament
        B - 4.27    Man of Two Worlds
            5.05    Heart of the Country
            4.56    When the Time Comes
            5.09    A Friend I Call Desire

    EP: 1984 AU (Chrysalis; L 38186) [free 12” with special limited edition of «Lament» LP]

        A - 8.31    One Small Day (special remix)
        B - 8.00    Lament (special mix)

    CD: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; CCD 1459) [ps] [with extra tracks]
    CD: 1984 DE (Chrysalis; CDP 321.459-2) [ps]
    CD: 1984 US (Chrysalis; VK 4-1459) [ps]
    MC: 1984 DE (Chrysalis; 406.175-652)
    MC: 1984 FR (Chrysalis; 406.175 AE 560)
    MC: 1984 US (Chrysalis; FTV 4-1459) [sealed]

            3.51    White China
            4.33    One Small Day
            4.40    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes
            4.40    Lament
            8.23    White China (special mix)
            8.31    One Small Day (special remix extra)
            4.28    Man of Two Worlds
            5.06    Heart of the Country
            4.56    When the Time Comes
            5.09    A Friend I Call Desire
            8.01    Lament (extended mix)

 

    MC: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; ZCDL 1459) [slightly different tracklist]

 

        A - 3.51    White China
            4.33    One Small Day
            4.40    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes
            4.40    Lament
            8.31    One Small Day (extended remix)
        B - 4.28    Man of Two Worlds
            5.06    Heart of the Country
            4.56    When the Time Comes
            5.09    A Friend I Call Desire
            8.01    Lament (extended remix)


    MC: 1984 ZA (Chrysalis; KL 1202) [different tracklist]

        A - 4.56    When the Time Comes
            4.30    One Small Day
            4.39    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes
            4.40    Lament
        B - 4.27    Man of Two Worlds
            5.05    Heart of the Country
            3.50    White China
            5.09    A Friend I Call Desire

  [Credits:
    Billy Currie (Synthesizers, Keyboards, Viloin)
    Midge Ure (Vocals, Guitar, Synthesizers)
    Chris Cross (Bass Guitar, Background Vocals, Synthesizers)
    Warren Cann (Background Vocals, Drums, Electronic Percussion)

    Mae McKenna (Gaelic vocals on «Man of two Worlds»)

    Shirley Roden and Debbie Doss (Backing vocals on «A Friend I Call Desire»)
    Produced by Ultravox.
    Recorded at Musicfest Studio, London. Engineered by Rik Walton.
    Mixed at Mayfair Studio, London. Engineered by John Hudson.
    String quartet on «Heart of the Country»: Amanda Woods, Jacky Woods, Margaret Roseberry and
Robert Woollard.
    Sleeve design by Peter Saville Associates.
    Photograph of Callanish Standing Stones: Crown Copyright reproduced by permission of the
Scottish Development Department.]

  [Trivia: Spanish title of «Lament» is «Lamento»]
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Ultravox: Dancing with Tears in My Eyes
  [May 1984] single

Charts: [BE #2] [UK #3] [NL #6] [PL #6] [DE #7] [IE #8] [CH #16] [NZ #38] [CA #52] [AU #58] [US #108]

    SP: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; UV 1) [ps] [also on clear vinyl in gatefold ps with six-page photo
                                        booklet]
    SP: 1984 AU (Chrysalis; K 9411) [no ps]
    SP: 1984 CA (Chrysalis; CHS 42781) [different ps]
    SP: 1984 DE (Chrysalis; 106.449-100) [ps] [plus infosheet including German concert dates]
    SP: 1984 ES (Chrysalis; CHS 2781) [promo ps]
    SP: 1984 FR (Chrysalis; 106.449 AE ???) [ps]
    SP: 1984 IT (Chrysalis/RCA; CHS 358)
    SP: 1984 US (Chrysalis; VS 4-42781) [purple-titled ps]

        A - 4.09    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes (single edit)
        B - 3.11    Building

    EP: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; UVX 1) [ps] [also in gatefold ps with large free fold-out poster]
    EP: 1984 AU (Chrysalis; X 14101) [ps]
    EP: 1984 DE (Chrysalis; 601.322-213) [different artwork on both back and front sleeves]
    EP: 1984 FR (Chrysalis; 601.322 AE 180) [ps]

        A - 10.00   Dancing with Tears in My Eyes (special re-mix)
        B - 3.11    Building
            4.09    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes (single edit)

    EP: 1984 CA (Chrysalis; CS 42783) [ps]
    EP: 1984 US (Chrysalis; AS 1879) [promo]
    EP: 1984 US (Chrysalis; 4 V 9-42783) [ps]

        A - 7.44    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes (extended mix)
        B - 7.48    One Small Day (club mix)

 

  [Video directed by Midge Ure and Chris Cross.
    Produced by Lexi Godfrey.
    Edited by Roo Aitken.
    Lighting cameraman - Nick Knowland.
    Executive directors - Midge Ure and Chris Cross.

    Filmed in Battersea, London.]
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Ultravox: Set Movements 1984 Interview
  [May 1984] interview cassette

    MC: 1984 UK (Sony/Audiogram; 001) [custom ps]

Note: This is the promo-only cassette maxi-single featuring Jane Simon interview with band and
      soundtrack music from 1983 Levi`s «Rivets» TV commercial advert (written by Midge and Chris).
      It was also included as a bonus cassette with 28-page glossy color «Set Movements» tour
      programme that was sold on tour. It featured photos, lyrics and general information about the
      tour. Centrefold color picture of this programme was fully signed by all four band members.
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Ultravox: Lament
  [June 1984] single

Charts: [UK #22] [NZ #47]

    SP: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; UV 2) [ps] [also issued on clear vinyl with gatefold booklet sleeve]
    SP: 1984 AU (Chrysalis; K 9481) [ps]

        A - 4.16    Lament (single edit)
        B - 4.23    Heart of the Country (instrumental)

    EP: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; UVX 2) [ps] [also issued with free poster]
    EP: 1984 AU (Chrysalis; X 13164) [ps]
    EP: 1984 NZ (Chrysalis; X 14085) [ps]

        A - 8.01    Lament (extended mix)
        B - 4.24    Heart of the Country (instrumental)
            4.18    Lament (single edit)

 

  [Video directed by Midge Ure and Chris Cross.
    Produced by Lexi Godfrey.
    Edited by Roo Aitken.
    Lighting cameraman - Nick Knowland.
    Executive directors - Midge Ure and Chris Cross.]
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Ultravox: Heart of the Country
  [September 1984] single

    SP: 1984 DE (Chrysalis; 106.838-100) [ps]

        A - 5.04    Heart of the Country
        B - 4.23    Man of Two Worlds

    EP: 1984 DE (Chrysalis; 601.484-213) [nice ps]
    EP: 1984 FR (Chrysalis; 601.484 AE 180) [ps]

        A - 11.03   Heart of the Country (special remix)
        B - 5.05    Heart of the Country

Note: Sleeve of «Heart of the Country» is the same as the sleeve of «Lament» UK 12” single.
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Ultravox: Love`s Great Adventure
  [October 1984] non-album single

Charts: [PL #10] [UK #12] [IE #15] [BE #27] [NL #30]

    SP: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; UV 3) [ps] [also issued on clear vinyl in gatefold ps with stapled
                                        six-page illustrated story booklet]
    SP: 1984 AU (Chrysalis; K 9534) [no ps]
    SP: 1984 CA (Chrysalis; CHS 45005) [ps]
    SP: 1984 DE (Chrysalis; 106.914-100) [ps]
    SP: 1984 ES (Chrysalis; CHS 2831) [ps] [plus press release]
    SP: 1984 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 17506) [different ps with group photo on it] [plus
                                                    picture insert with lyrics on reverse]
    SP: 1984 NZ (Chrysalis; K 9534) [ps]
    PD: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; UVP 3) [7” picture disc] [gatefold sleeve booklet]

        A - 3.06    Love`s Great Adventure
        B - 3.42    White China (live)

    EP: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; UVX 3) [ps]
    EP: 1984 AU (Chrysalis; X 14116) [limited edition ps]
    EP: 1984 DE (Chrysalis; 601.561-213) [ps]
    EP: 1984 ES (Chrysalis; CHSC 2831) [ps] [with press release] [promo]
    EP: 1984 FR (Chrysalis; 601.561 AE 180) [ps]

        A - 5.40    Love`s Great Adventure (extended version)
        B - 3.45    White China (live)
            4.31    Man of Two Worlds (instrumental)

Notes: «White China» recorded live at the Hammersmith Odeon in London on 7/6/1984.
       Instrumental version of «Man of Two Worlds» still includes the Gaelic interludes from the
       original version of a song.

    EP: 1984 US (Chrysalis; VAS 2028) [promo] [standard company sleeve]

        A - 5.40    Love`s Great Adventure (extended version)
        B - 4.30    One Small Day (club version edit)

  [Trivia: Spanish title of «Love`s Great Adventure» is «El amore es una gran adventura»]

 

  [Video directed by Midge Ure and Chris Cross.
    Produced by Lexi Godfrey.
    Edited by Roo Aitken.
    Lighting cameraman - Peter Sinclair.
    Executive directors - Midge Ure and Chris Cross.

    Shot in Kenya (Maghadi) and at Chelsea Wharf.]
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Ultravox: The Collection
  [November 1984] compilation

Charts: [UK #2] [IT #12] [DE #37] [SE #45] [CA #93]

    LP: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; UTV 1) [ps]
    LP: 1984 US (Chrysalis; FV 4-1490) [ps]
    LP: 1984 CA (Chrysalis; CHS 46003) [ps]
    LP: 1984 DE (Chrysalis; 206.584-620) [ps]
    LP: 1984 FR (Chrysalis; 206.584 AE 280) [ps]
    LP: 1984 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 81690) [ps] [with obi-strip and lyrics insert]
    LP: 1984 NZ (Chrysalis; RML 52053) [ps]
    LP: 1984 SE (Chrysalis; CDL 1490) [ps]
    LP: 1984 YU (Chrysalis/Jugoton; SCHRY 71015) [ps]
   DLP: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; UTVD 1) [with free 12” mixes EP] [first version]
   DLP: 1985 UK (Chrysalis; UTVD 1) [with free 12” mixes EP] [second version]
   DLP: 1984 AU (Chrysalis; RML 53159) [ps] [with free 12” mixes EP]
   DLP: 1984 NZ (Chrysalis; RML 53156) [ps] [with bonus 12” mixes EP]
    MC: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; ZUTV 1)
    MC: 1984 DE (Chrysalis; 406.584-652)
    MC: 1984 FR (Chrysalis; 406.584 AE 480)
    MC: 1984 US (Chrysalis; PVT 4-1490)

        A - 4.10    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes (single edit)
            4.24    Hymn (single edit)
            4.25    The Thin Wall (single edit)
            4.23    The Voice (single fade-out)
            4.37    Vienna (single fade)
            3.48    Passing Strangers
            3.10    Sleepwalk
        B - 3.41    Reap the Wild Wind (shorter intro)
            3.40    All Stood Still (single edit)
            4.13    Visions in Blue (single edit)
            4.05    We Came to Dance (single edit)
            4.27    One Small Day
            3.04    Love`s Great Adventure
            4.17    Lament (single edit)

    CD: 1985 UK (Chrysalis; CCD 1490) [ps]
    CD: 1985 CA (Chrysalis; VK 4-1490) [ps]
    CD: 1985 DE (Chrysalis/Ariola; 610.390) [ps]
    CD: 1985 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; CP 32-5359) [ps] [with obi-strip and booklet]
    CD: 1985 US (Chrysalis; VK 4-1490) [ps] [with photo booklet]
    CD: 1996 UK (Chrysalis; CCD 1490) [ps] [mid-price reissue]
    CD: 2003 JP (Toshiba EMI; TOCP 53328) [ps] [with obi-strip]

            4.10    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes (single edit)
            4.24    Hymn (single edit)
            4.25    The Thin Wall (single edit)
            4.23    The Voice (single fade-out)
            4.37    Vienna (single fade)
            3.48    Passing Strangers
            3.10    Sleepwalk
            3.41    Reap the Wild Wind (shorter intro)
            3.40    All Stood Still (single edit)
            4.13    Visions in Blue (single edit)
            4.05    We Came to Dance (single edit)
            4.27    One Small Day
            3.04    Love`s Great Adventure
            4.17    Lament (single edit)

Notes: Australian limited edition 2-LP set included bonus free 12” mixes record on purple vinyl with
       the main «The Collection» record being colored cerise blue. This set was issued with stickered
       single pocket picture sleeve and inner sleeves.
       First UK version issued with marble blue inner sleeves for each record, and second with normal
       plain white inner sleeves for each.
       US issue released with promo press pack, which included press release and 8x10 group publicity
       photo in custom title folder.
       There was also UK 40-page A4-sized softback songbook titled «The Collection», which featured
       sheet music for all the songs that were on this compilation. It came in color picture cover
       (Wise Publications; cat.no. - 0.7119.0662.9).]

    EP: 1984 UK (Chrysalis; UTVD 1) [12” mixes] [free bonus with initial run of «The Collection»]

        A - 9.58    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes (special remix)
            5.58    Serenade (special remix)
            7.34    One Small Day (final mix)
        B - 5.37    Love`s Great Adventure (extended versions)
            7.35    We Came to Dance (extended versions)
            4.42    Reap the Wild Wind (extended version)

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Ultravox: The Collection

  [November 1984] video compilation

 

   VHS: 1984 UK (Palace Video; CV 1 M 14) [in standard-sized box]


            3.47    Passing Strangers
            5.01    Vienna
            4.23    The Voice
            4.22    The Thin Wall
            4.40    Reap the Wild Wind
            4.44    Hymn
            4.13    Visions in Blue
            4.04    We Came to Dance
            4.46    One Small Day
            4.23    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes
            4.16    Lament
            3.18    Love`s Great Adventure
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Ultravox: Same Old Story
  [September 1986] single

Charts: [PL #6] [IE #28] [UK #31] [AU #93]

    SP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UV 4) [ps] [also issued on clear vinyl with special gatefold sleeve]
    SP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UV 4) [with special stripey outer-printed PVC sleeve]
    SP: 1986 AU (Chrysalis; K 131) [ps]
    SP: 1986 CA (Chrysalis; CHS 46005) [ps]
    SP: 1986 DE (Chrysalis; 108.583-100) [ps]
    SP: 1986 ES (Chrysalis; CHS 3077) [promo] [only distributed to Spanish radio stations]
    SP: 1986 FR (Chrysalis; 8880817) [outer plastic sleeve]
    SP: 1986 IT (Chrysalis/RCA; CHS 423) [no PVC sleeve]
    SP: 1986 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 17684) [ps] [picture insert with English lyrics
                                                         on reverse]
    SP: 1986 ZA (Chrysalis; PD 2480) [ps]

        A - 3.57    Same Old Story (single edit)
        B - 3.58    3

    EP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UVX 4) [scarce DJ promo]

 

        A - 6.57    Same Old Story (extended version)

        B - 6.12    All in One Day (instrumental)


    EP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UVX 4) [turquoise-and-orange ps] [with lyrics printed on cover]
    EP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UVX 4) [with special stickered stripey PVC venetian blind sleeve]
    EP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UVX 4) [ps] [clear vinyl in special stickered stripey plastic cover]
    EP: 1986 CA (Chrysalis; CHS 46006) [ps]
    EP: 1986 DE (Chrysalis; 608.583-213) [ps]
    EP: 1986 GR (Chrysalis; 8880811) [ps]
    EP: 1986 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 14161) [ps] [with lyric insert and obi-strip]
    EP: 1986 US (Chrysalis; 46006) [ps]

        A - 6.57    Same Old Story (extended version)
        B - 3.58    3
            6.12    All in One Day (instrumental)

 

Note: Promotional items for this single included UK-printed sheet music for the song «Same Old

      Story», complete with lyrics, 6-page guitar, vocal and piano arrangements and front page

      picture.

 

  [Video directed by Midge Ure & Chris Cross.]
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Ultravox: U-Vox
  [October 1986] album

Charts: [UK #9] [SE #16] [CH #29] [DE #49] [NL #49]

    LP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; CDL 1545) [ps] [also issued with special striped pink PVC outer sleeve]
    LP: 1986 AU (Chrysalis; L 38673) [ps]
    LP: 1986 CA (Chrysalis; CHS 4-6004) [ps]
    LP: 1986 DE (Chrysalis; 207.934-630) [ps]
    LP: 1986 IT (Chrysalis; CHR 1545) [ps]
    LP: 1986 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; CP 32-5192) [ps] [with insert and obi-strip]
    LP: 1986 SE (Chrysalis; CDL 1545) [ps]
    LP: 1986 YU (Chrysalis/Jugoton; SCHRY 11163) [ps] [with inner]
    LP: 1986 ZA (Chrysalis; ML 4866) [ps]
    MC: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; ZCDL 1545)
    MC: 1986 CA (Chrysalis; CHSC 46004)
    MC: 1986 DE (Chrysalis; 407.934-630)

        A - 4.40    Same Old Story
            4.34    Sweet Surrender
            4.47    Dream on
            5.36    The Prize
        B - 5.08    All Fall Down
            4.25    Time to Kill
            3.28    Moon Madness
            4.51    Follow Your Heart
            5.11    All in One Day

    CD: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; CCD 1545) [ps] [also issued with special striped pink PVC outer sleeve]
    CD: 1986 DE (Chrysalis; 257.938-630) [ps]
    CD: 1986 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; CS 32-5192) [ps] [with obi-strip and booklet]
    CD: 1986 US (Chrysalis; F 2-21545) [ps] [plus inner with lyrics]

            4.40    Same Old Story
            4.34    Sweet Surrender
            4.47    Dream on
            5.36    The Prize
            5.08    All Fall Down
            4.25    Time to Kill
            3.28    Moon Madness
            4.51    Follow Your Heart
            5.11    All in One Day

  [Credits:
    Chris Cross (Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals)
    Billy Currie (Keyboards, Violin)
    Midge Ure (Lead Vocals, Guitars)
    Mark Brzezicki (Drums) – courtesy of «Phonogram Records»
    Carol Kenyon (Backing Vocals on «Same Old Story»)
    Beggar and Co. horns (Brass on «Same Old Story»)
    Kevin Powell (Bass Guitar on «Sweet Surrender»)
    Brass quartet on «The Prize»: Gary Barnacle, Pete Thoms, Derek Watkins and John Thirkell.
    «All Fall Down» recorded with the Chieftains.
    Produced by Conny Plank and Ultravox.
    Engineered by Conny Plank.
    Track 1 re-mixed by Simon Sullivan. Tracks 2, 4-6 and 9 re-mixed by John Hudson. Track 9
arranged and conducted by George Martin.
    Recorded at: Conny Plank`s Studio, Cologne; Hot Food Studios, London (engineered by Stuart
Barry); Music Fest Studio, London (engineered by Rik Walton); West Side Studio, London; Windmill
Lane Studio, Dublin; Air Studio, London.
    Mixed at Ait Studio, Montserrat. Engineered by Karl Lever.
    Re-mixes made at Mayfair Studio, London.
    Original design by «Michael Nash Associates».]
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Ultravox: All Fall Down
  [November 1986] single

Charts: [PL #4] [IE #21] [UK #30]

    SP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UV 5) [yellow/green ps]
    SP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UV 5) [with green-striped PVC venetian blind sleeve]
    SP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UV 5) [clear vinyl with special glossy plastic sleeve]
    SP: 1986 DE (Chrysalis; 108.741-100) [ps]

        A - 5.04    All Fall Down
        B - 2.28    Dreams?

   DSP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UVL 5) [1st shrinkwrapped double pack with stickered sleeve]

  [1st SP:]
        A - 5.04    All Fall Down
        B - 2.28    Dreams?
  [2nd SP:]
        A - 5.36    All Fall Down (live)
        B - 3.47    Dream on (live)

   DSP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UVS 5) [2nd shrinkwrapped double pack]

  [1st SP:]
        A - 5.04    All Fall Down
        B - 2.28    Dreams?
  [2nd SP:]
        A - 3.57    Same Old Story (single edit)
        B - 3.58    3

Note: Second 7” in this double pack was picture disc «Same Old Story» single in special sleeve. It
      had the same catalogue number as original release of that single.

    EP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UVX 5) [promo]
    EP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UVX 5) [ps] [also issued with stripey PVC sleeve]
    EP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UVX 5) [ps] [clear vinyl in special green-striped plastic outer sleeve]
    EP: 1986 DE (Chrysalis; 608.741-213) [ps]

        A - 7.40    All Fall Down (extended mix)
        B - 2.28    Dreams?
            5.34    All Fall Down (instrumental)

    EP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UVXL 5) [printed white label] [plain sleeve]

        A - 5.36    All Fall Down (live)
        B - 3.47    Dream on (live)

   DEP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UVLX 5) [shrinkwrapped double pack with stickered ps]

  [1st EP:]
        A - 7.40    All Fall Down (extended mix)
        B - 2.28    Dreams?
            5.34    All Fall Down (instrumental)
  [2nd EP:]
        A - 5.36    All Fall Down (live)
        B - 3.47    Dream on (live)

Note: «All Fall Down» and «Dream on» recorded live at Wembley Arena in London in November 1986.

 

  [Video directed by Godley & Creme.]
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Ultravox: All in One Day
  [May 1987] single

Charts: [UK #88]

    SP: 1987 UK (Chrysalis; UV 6) [ps] [also issued on clear vinyl in transparent plastic sleeve]
    SP: 1987 ZA (Chrysalis; PD 2516) [ps]

        A - 4.17    All in One Day (single edit)
        B - 2.49    Stateless

    EP: 1987 UK (Chrysalis; UVX 6) [ps]

        A - 5.11    All in One Day
        B - 4.56    The Prize (live)
            2.49    Stateless

Note: «The Prize» is from the same show at Wembley Arena as «All Fall Down» and «Dream on».
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Ultravox: Vienna
  [1987] single

    SP: 1987 DE (Old Gold; OG 9675) [ps]

        A - 4.38    Vienna (single fade)
        B - 4.24    The Voice (single fade-out)
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Ultravox!: The Peel Sessions
  [April 1988] radio recording

    EP: 1988 UK (Strange Fruit; SFPS 047) [special metallic finish limited edition sleeve]

        A - 2.50    My Sex
            4.55    Artificial Life
        B - 2.55    Young Savage

   CD5: 1991 UK (Strange Fruit; WMD 672016) [ps]
   CD5: 1991 FR (Strange Fruit; WMD 672016) [different ps - UreVox in concert]
   CD5: 1991 US (Dutch East India Trading / Strange Fruit; DEI 8309-2) [ps] [jewel case]

            2.50    My Sex
            4.55    Artificial Life
            2.55    Young Savage

  [Credits:
    Stevie Shears (Guitar)
    Chris Cross (Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals)
    Warren Cann (Drums, Backing Vocals)
    Billy Currie (Keyboards, Violin)
    John Foxx (Vocals)
    Produced by Tony Wilson. Cutting engineer – Bob Jones, CTS.
    Recorded on 21st November of 1977.
    Aired on 28th November of 1977 during the John Peel Show on «BBC Radio 1».
    Front cover photo by Andre Csillag. Back cover photo by Claude Gassian.
    US cover photo by Adrian Boot.]

 

Note: Actually four tracks were recorded and broadcasted - the three mentioned + «Man Who Dies Every

      Day», but, for some reason, the latter was omitted from «The Peel Sessions» releases.
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Ultravox: Dancing with Tears in My Eyes
  [1990] single

    EP: 1990 UK (Old Gold; OG 4039) [ps]

        A - 10.01   Dancing with Tears in My Eyes (special re-mix)
        B - 4.45    Reap the Wild Wind (extended version)
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Ultravox: Vienna `92
  [April 1992] remix single

    EP: 1992 DE (ZYX; ZYX 6767-12) [in eco-friendly card ps design]

        A - 7.31    Vienna `92 (goodnight Vienna remix)
        B - 4.35    Vienna `92 (the classic mix)
            4.31    Systems of Love

   CD5: 1992 DE (ZYX; ZYX 6767-8) [ps]

            4.35    Vienna `92 (the classic mix)
            7.31    Vienna `92 (goodnight Vienna remix)
            4.31    Systems of Love [=album version]

  [Credits:
    Billy Currie (Keyboards, Violin, Percussion)
    Tony Fenelle (Vocals, Guitar, Percussion)
    Alison Limerick (Backing Vocals)
    Jackie Williams (Backing Vocals)
    Produced by Ultravox and Rod Gammons.
    Recorded at Berwick Street Studios, London.
    Sleeve design and illustration by Chris Davies.
    Photography by Paul Cox and William Furniss.
    Exclusive artist representation by Peter Kent Management.]

Note: Actually, not a remix, but a complete re-recording by a «new Ultravox» line-up.
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Ultravox: BBC Radio 1 - Live in Concert
  [November 1992] live recording

    CD: 1992 UK (Windsong; WINCD 028) [ps]

            4.10    New Europeans
            5.12    Passing Strangers
            7.04    Mr. X
            4.43    All Stood Still
            3.47    Sleepwalk
            5.02    Vienna
            7.10    Astradyne

Note: The whole concert recorded live at the Paris Theatre in London on 14/1/1981.
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Ultravox: Vienna
  [January 1993] single

Charts: [UK #13] [IE #20]

    SP: 1993 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 3936) [ps]

        A - 4.38    Vienna (single fade)
        B - 4.22    Wastelands

    MC: 1993 UK (Chrysalis; TCCHS 3936)

        A - 4.38    Vienna (single fade)
            4.22    Wastelands
        B - 4.38    Vienna (single fade)
            4.22    Wastelands

   CD5: 1993 UK (Chrysalis; CDCHS 3936) [ps] [first part]

            4.38    Vienna (single fade)
            3.40    Answers to Nothing (single edit)
            4.24    The Voice (single fade-out)
            4.22    Wastelands

Note: Also issued as Z-pack picture sleeve with space for second part CD5.

   CD5: 1993 UK (Chrysalis; CDCHSS 3936) [ps] [second part]

            4.38    Vienna (single fade)
            4.15    Call of the Wild
            4.27    One Small Day
            4.25    Hymn (single edit)

  DCD5: 1993 UK (Chrysalis; CDCHS/CDCHSS 3936) [ps]

  [1st CD5:]
            4.39    Vienna (single fade)
            3.41    Answers to Nothing (single edit)
            4.24    The Voice (single fade-out)
            4.22    Wastelands
  [2nd CD5:]
            4.38    Vienna (single fade)
            4.16    Call of the Wild
            4.27    One Small Day
            4.25    Hymn (single edit)
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Ultravox: I Am Alive
  [May 1993] single

Charts: [DE #80]

    SP: 1993 UK (Deutsche Schallplatten; DSB 3097-7) [ps] [also issued on clear vinyl]

        A - 4.13    I Am Alive
        B - 4.31    Systems of Love

    MC: 1993 UK (Deutsche Schallplatten; DSB 3097-3) ps]
   CD5: 1993 UK (Deutsche Schallplatten; DSB 3097-5) [ps]

            4.16    I Am Alive
            4.33    Systems of Love
            6.30    I Am Alive
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Ultravox: Revelation
  [May 1993] album

    LP: 1993 UK (Deutsche Schallplatten; DSB 3098-1) [ps]
    LP: 1993 IT (Deutsche Schallplatten; DSBL 165) [ps]
    MC: 1993 UK (Deutsche Schallplatten; DSB 3098-4)

        A - 4.54    I Am Alive
            4.04    Revelation
            4.28    Systems of Love
            5.09    Perfecting the Art of Common Ground
            4.10    The Great Outdoors
        B - 4.12    The Closer I Get to You
            4.19    No Turning Back
            4.55    True Believer
            4.25    Unified
            4.39    The New Frontier

    CD: 1993 UK (Deutsche Schallplatten; DSB 3098-2) [ps]
    CD: 2001 UK (Armoury; ARMCD 059) [different ps]
    CD: 2002 UK (Puzzle; PZLCD 106) [different ps]

            4.54    I Am Alive
            4.04    Revelation
            4.28    Systems of Love
            5.09    Perfecting the Art of Common Ground
            4.10    The Great Outdoors
            4.12    The Closer I Get to You
            4.19    No Turning Back
            4.55    True Believer
            4.25    Unified
            4.39    The New Frontier

  [Credits:
    Tony Fenelle (Vocals, Guitars)
    Billy Currie (Keyboards, Viola)
    Neal Wilkinson (Drums, Strings)
    Jackie Williams (Backing Vocals)
    Gerry Laffy (Additional Guitars)
    Produced by Ultravox and Rod Gammons.
    Strings arranged and conducted by Richard Niles.
    Recorded and mixed at Berwick Street Studios, Lodnon.
    Strings recorded at Master Rock Studios, London.]
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Ultravox: Ultravoxrare Volume 1
  [October 1993] rarities compilation

    CD: 1993 UK (Chrysalis; CDCHR 6053) [ps]
    CD: 1996 UK (Chrysalis; CDCHR 6053) [ps] [mid-price reissue]

            3.53    Waiting
            6.04    Face to Face (live)
            4.06    King`s Lead Hat (live)
            4.18    Passionate Reply
            5.50    Herr X
            4.55    Alles klar
            6.23    Keep Talking
            3.32    I Never Wanted to Begin
            4.20    Paths and Angles
            4.51    Private Lives (live)
            4.20    All Stood Still (live)
            4.16    Hosanna (In excelsis deo)
            3.16    Monument
            5.55    The Thin Wall (live)
            3.28    Break Your Back
            3.56    Reap the Wild Wind (live)
            4.04    Overlook

Note: By mistake «Break Your Back» begins with the crowd noise which came from its seque into the
      live version of «Reap the Wild Wind».

  [Credits:
    All tracks written by Ultravox except track 3 written by Brian Eno.
    Published by Hot Food Music Ltd. / Sing Sing Songs Ltd. / Jump Jet Music Ltd. / Mood Music Ltd.
except track 3 published by E.G. Music Ltd.
    Tracks 2-4, 8-11, 13-15, 17 produced by Ultravox. 1, 5-7 produced by Ultravox and Conny Plank.
    Track 12 produced by George Martin. Track 16 produced by John Hudson.
    Photography by Kevin Brookes. Sleeve mastered at the Core.]
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Ultravox: Slow Motion
  [October 1993] compilation

    CD: 1993 UK (Spectrum Music/Karussel; 550.112-2) [ps]

            2.58    Young Savage
            3.32    Rockwrock [sic!]
            2.49    Cross Fade
            7.22    I Want to Be a Machine
            3.44    Life at Rainbow`s End (For All the Tax Exiles on Main Street)
            4.15    Slip Away
            3.05    Just for a Moment
            3.26    Slow Motion
            4.13    Dangerous Rhythm
            4.04    Quiet Men
            5.22    Distant Smile
            3.14    While I`m Still Alive
            3.01    My Sex
            5.51    The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned

 

    MC: 1993 UK (Spectrum Music/Karussel; 550.112-4)

 

        A - 2.58    Young Savage
            3.32    Rockwrock [sic!]
            2.49    Cross Fade
            7.22    I Want to Be a Machine
            3.44    Life at Rainbow`s End (For All the Tax Exiles on Main Street)
            4.15    Slip Away
            3.05    Just for a Moment
        B - 3.26    Slow Motion
            4.13    Dangerous Rhythm
            4.04    Quiet Men
            5.22    Distant Smile
            3.14    While I`m Still Alive
            3.01    My Sex
            5.51    The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned

 

Note: «Cross Fade» is on CD for the first time. «ROckwrok» is mistitled on the sleeves.
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Ultravox: Ultravoxrare Volume 2
  [July 1994] rarities compilation

    CD: 1994 UK (Chrysalis; CDCHR 6078) [ps]
    CD: 1996 UK (Chrysalis; CDCHR 6078) [ps] [mid-price reissue]

            3.49    Easterly
            3.12    Building
            4.25    Heart of the Country (instrumental)
            3.44    White China (live)
            4.33    Man of Two Worlds (instrumental)
            3.58    3
            6.12    All in One Day (instrumental)
            2.28    Dreams?
            5.34    All Fall Down (instrumental)
            5.36    All Fall Down (live)
            3.48    Dream on (live)
            4.57    The Prize (live)
            2.49    Stateless
            11.04   Heart of the Country (special remix)
            7.36    One Small Day (final mix)
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Ultravox: Give It All Back
  [1994] promo single

   CD5: 1994 NL (Intercord; INT 893.031) [promo] [custom ps in slim case]

            4.19    Give It All Back
            4.12    The Silent Cries
            4.10    There Goes a Beautiful World
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Ultravox: Ingenuity
  [November 1994] album

 

    CD: 1994 NL (Intercord; INT 845.232) [jewel case with lyric booklet]
    CD: 1995 UK (Resurgence; RES 109 CD) [ps]
    CD: 2001 UK (Armoury; ARMCD 026) [different ps]
    CD: 2002 UK (Puzzle; PZLCD 105) [different ps]

            4.44    Ingenuity
            4.10    There Goes a Beautiful World
            4.19    Give It All Back
            4.16    Future Picture Forever
            4.12    The Silent Cries
            3.51    Distance
            4.10    Ideals
            6.37    Who`ll Save You?
            4.07    A Way out, a Way Through
            4.18    Majestic

  [Credits:
    Billy Currie (Keyboards, Viola)
    Gary Williams (Bass Guitar)
    Sam Blue (Vocals)
    Tony Holmes (Drums, Drum Machine)
    Vinny Burns (Guitar)
    Mick Mullins (Additional Backing Vocals)
    All tracks written by Ultravox.
    Produced by Billy Currie and Charlie Francis.
    Coordination by Robert Ayling.
    Recorded at the Stone Room, Shepherds Bush, London.
    Mixed at the Round House Studios, Chalk Farm, London.
    Photography by Paul Cox.

    Design of 1995 UK release by Steve Lee at Zeitartwork.]
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Ultravox: Future Picture (Live)
  [June 1995] live recording

    CD: 1995 UK (Receiver; RRCD 199) [ps]
    CD: 1995 JP (Teichiku Co., Ltd.; TECW 20411) [ps]

            4.33    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes
            3.56    Reap the Wild Wind
            4.23    All Stood Still
            5.38    Slow Motion
            3.56    Distance
            5.04    The Voice
            4.48    Ingenuity
            4.14    Ideals
            5.05    Vienna
            4.21    Give It All Back
            4.11    Future Picture Forever
            4.15    The Silent Cries
            5.19    One Small Day
            5.50    Hymn
            3.56    Lament

Note: Recorded in Italy in Summer 1993 during the tour of a new Ultravox line-up prior to the
      recording of «Ingenuity» over three nights in Rome, Medina and Milan.

  [Credits:
    Gary Williams (Bass Guitar)
    Billy Currie (Keyboards, Viola)
    Sam Blue (Vocals)
    Rony Holmes (Drums)
    Vinny Burns (Guitar)
    Produced by Billy Currie and Charlie Francis.
    Live sound engineered by Roger Chatterton.
    Mixed at Intimate Studios, London. Engineered by Charlie Francis.
    Digital editing by David Garland.
    Sleeve design by Phil Rogers.]
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Ultravox: Vienna
  [August 1995] single

   CD5: 1995 UK (Old Gold; OG 6318) [ps]

            4.40    Vienna (single fade)
            3.41    Reap the Wild Wind (single edit)
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Ultravox: Ingenuity
  [1995] single

   CD5: 1995 AU (Sony; 661.447-1) [ps]

            4.43    Ingenuity
            4.12    Ideals
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Ultravox: There Goes a Beautiful World
  [August 1995] single

   CD5: 1995 AU (EMI; 882.340-2) [ps]

            4.09    There Goes a Beautiful World
            4.07    Ideals
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Ultravox: Dancing with Tears in My Eyes
  [September 1995] compilation

    CD: 1995 UK (EMI/Music for Pleasure; CDMFP 6175)
    CD: 1996 NL (Disky Communications; DC 864.602) [different ps]
    CD: 1997 UK (EMI Gold; CDGOLD 1078) [yet again ps!]

    CD: 2003 UK (EMI Gold; 595.368-2) [ps] [under the title «Best of Ultravox»]
    MC: 1997 UK (EMI Gold; TCGOLD 1078)

            3.12    Sleepwalk
            3.51    Waiting
            3.50    Passing Strangers
            4.38    Vienna (single fade)
            4.17    Passionate Reply
            4.23    The Voice (single fade-out)
            4.25    Hymn (single edit)
            3.16    Monument
            4.08    We Came to Dance (single edit)
            4.05    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes (single edit)
            3.45    Reap the Wild Wind (single edit)
            3.07    Love`s Great Adventure
            3.45    White China (live)
            5.09    All Fall Down
            2.31    Dreams?
            4.17    All in One Day (single version)
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Ultravox: 3 Original CDs
  [November 1995] albums reissue triple pack

   TCD: 1995 UK (Island; PY 801) [wrap-around cardboard sleeve]

  [1st CD - Ultravox!:]
            2.34    Sat`day Night in the City of the Dead
            3.43    Life at Rainbow`s End (For All the Tax Exiles on Main Street)
            4.12    Slip Away
            7.19    I Want to Be a Machine
            3.15    Wide Boys
            4.16    Dangerous Rhythm
            3.43    The Lonely Hunter
            5.51    The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned [seques into next track]
            3.01    My Sex
  [2nd CD - Ha!-Ha!-Ha!:]
            3.33    ROckwrok
            4.06    Frozen Ones
            4.00    Fear in the Western World [seques into next track]
            5.20    Distant Smile
            4.09    Man Who Dies Every Year [sic!]
            4.57    Artificial Life
            3.13    While I`m Still Alive
            5.11    Hiroshima mon amour
  [3rd CD - Systems of Romance:]
            3.29    Slow Motion
            4.16    I Can`t Stay Long
            4.25    Someone Else`s Clothes
            3.09    Blue Light
            2.29    Ome of Them [sic!]
            4.08    Quiet Men
            2.55    Dislocation
            3.53    Maximum Acceleration
            4.15    When You Walk Through Me
            3.10    Just for a Moment

Note: Three original Ultravox albums packaged in a box set.
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Ultravox: Premium Gold Collection
  [April 1996] compilation

    CD: 1996 NL (EMI Electrola; 7243 8 37695-2 0) [ps]

    CD: 1997 UK (EMI Records Ltd.; 7243 8 59593 2 5) [under the title «EMI Centenary Collection»]

            4.38    Same Old Story
            4.25    Hymn (single edit)
            4.09    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes (single edit)
            3.11    Sleepwalk
            4.04    We Came to Dance (single edit)
            4.38    Vienna (single fade)
            3.50    Passing Strangers
            3.06    Love`s Great Adventure
            4.18    Lament (single edit)
            3.41    Reap the Wild Wind (single edit)
            4.33    Sweet Surrender
            4.44    Mine for Life
            4.25    The Thin Wall (single edit)
            4.23    The Voice (single fade-out)
            4.14    Visions in Blue (single edit)
            3.40    All Stood Still (single edit)
            4.28    One Small Day
            5.08    All Fall Down
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Ultravox: Monument - The Soundtrack
  [August 1996] live recording reissue

    CD: 1996 UK (EMI Gold; CDGOLD 1025) [ps] [with bonus tracks]
    CD: 2002 RU (Grammy; MTL 049) [ps] [with eight-page booklet]

            3.15    Monument
            4.10    Reap the Wind Wind
            4.38    Visions in Blue (bonus track)
            6.51    The Voice
            5.23    Vienna
            5.28    Passing Strangers (bonus track)
            4.25    Mine for Life
            5.40    Hymn

Note: Bonus tracks were mixed into the concert in their correct places in the process of digital
      remastering. Artwork for reissue recreated by «Extreme Voice». Additional photography courtesy
      of Ultravox. Centre page photograph courtesy of Brian Cooke.
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Ultravox: Rage in Eden
  [September 1997] album reissue

    CD: 1997 UK (EMI Gold; CDGOLD 1079) [ps] [standard jewel case] [with bonus tracks]
    CD: 1997 NL (Disky; DC 881632) [different green-coloured ps with group photo on it]
    CD: 2002 RU (Grammy; MTL 037) [ps] [eight-page booklet with notes]

            6.02    The Voice
            5.40    We Stand Alone
            4.12    Rage in Eden [seques into next track]
            4.59    I Remember (Death in the Afternoon)
            5.40    The Thin Wall
            7.27    Stranger Within
            4.45    Accent on Youth [seques into next track]
            2.19    The Ascend [seques into next track]
            4.41    Your Name (Has Slipped My Mind Again)
  [Bonus Tracks:]
            3.32    I Never Wanted to Begin
            4.20    Paths and Angles
            6.17    I Never Wanted to Begin (extended version)

Notes: This reissue contains digitally remastered material. In line with other «EMI Gold» reissues
       in addition to the original LP tracks it includes additional tracks from that period.
       The packaging has been redesigned by Ultravox fan club «Extreme Voice» and successfully
       manages to recreate the concept of the original.
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Ultravox: The Voice - The Best of Ultravox
  [December 1997] compilation

    CD: 1997 UK (EMI; CDMFPE 6413) [ps]

            4.39    Vienna
            3.12    Sleepwalk
            4.24    The Voice
            4.06    We Came to Dance
            3.52    Waiting
            3.50    Passing Strangers
            5.09    All Fall Down
            2.31    Dreams?
            4.26    The Thin Wall
            4.05    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes
            4.25    Hymn
            4.18    Passionate Reply
            4.18    Lament
            3.08    Love`s Great Adventure
            3.46    White China (live at the Hammersmith Odeon)
            3.45    Reap the Wild Wind
            4.18    All in One Day
            3.15    Monument
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Ultravox: Extended Ultravox
  [February 1998] remix compilation

    CD: 1998 UK (EMI Gold; 7243 4 93465 2 9) [ps]

            5.05    All Stood Still (12” mix)
            4.43    Reap the Wild Wind (extended version)
            7.35    We Came to Dance (extended version)
            6.01    Serenade (special remix)
            7.48    One Small Day (special remix)
            9.59    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes (special re-mix)
            8.01    Lament (extended mix)
            5.40    Love`s Great Adventure (extended version)
            6.57    Same Old Story (extended version)
            7.41    All Fall Down (extended mix)

Note: The booklet contains the lyrics to the extended mixes, and the case features a previously
      unseen photos from «Reap the Wild Wind» video shoot.
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Ultravox: Quartet
  [September 1998] album reissue

    CD: 1998 UK (EMI Gold; 72434 96823 2 0) [ps] [with bonus tracks]

            3.50    Reap the Wild Wind
            5.09    Serenade
            4.45    Mine for Life
            5.50    Hymn
            4.40    Visions in Blue
            4.17    When the Scream Subsides
            4.14    We Came to Dance
            4.18    Cut and Run
            3.57    The Song (We Go)
  [Bonus Tracks:]
            4.16    Hosanna (In excelsis deo)
            3.16    Monument
            3.25    Break Your Back
            4.05    Overlook
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Ultravox: Original Gold
  [October 1998] compilation

   DCD: 1998 UK (Disky; HR 853802) [ps]
   DCD: 1998 NL (Disky; BX 853812/853822) [ps]

  [1st CD:]
            4.39    Vienna
            3.51    Passing Strangers
            4.10    We Came to Dance
            4.19    Lament
            3.17    Monument
            4.00    No Regrets [by Midge Ure]
            3.20    Yellow Pearl [by Phil Lynott and Midge Ure]

            4.44     Mine for Life
            5.38    All Fall Down (live)
            4.27    Man of Two Worlds
            2.54    Stateless
            5.51    Herr X
            3.29    Break Your Back
            5.36    The Man Who Sold the World [by Midge Ure]
            5.05    Heart of the Country
  [2nd CD:]
            4.39    Same Old Story
            4.22    Hosanna (In excelsis deo)
            6.23    Keep Talking
            4.56    When the Time Comes
            3.40    Answers to Nothing [by Midge Ure]
            3.52    Waiting
            4.55    Alles klar
            5.58    Face to Face (live)
            4.22    Paths and Angles
            4.06    Private Lives
            5.09    A Friend I Call Desire
            4.18    Passionate Reply
            3.13    Building
            3.41    I Never Wanted to Begin
            3.40    All Stood Still

Note: This two CD set features a mixture of selected Ultravox hit-singles and B-sides along with the
      selection of Midge Ure tracks.
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Ultravox!: The Island Years
  [March 1999] compilation

    CD: 1999 UK (Spectrum Music; 554.898-2) [ps]

            4.16    Dangerous Rhythm
            3.04    My Sex
            7.23    I Want to Be a Machine
            5.54    The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned
            3.45    Life at Rainbow`s End (For All the Tax Exiles on Main Street)
            2.59    Young Savage
            4.17    Slip Away
            3.35    Rock Wrok [sic!]
            5.11    Hiroshima mon amour
            5.25    Distant Smile
            4.12    Man Who Dies Every Day
            3.16    While I`m Still Alive
            3.27    Slow Motion
            4.07    Quiet Men
            2.52    Cross Fade
            3.08    Just for a Moment
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Ultravox: Lament
  [September 1999] album reissue

    CD: 1999 UK (EMI Gold; 7243 5 21834 2 5) [ps] [digitally mastered] [with bonus tracks]
    CD: 2002 RU (Grammy; MTL 016) [ps] [with four-page booklet]

            3.50    White China
            4.30    One Small Day
            4.39    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes
            4.40    Lament
            4.27    Man of Two Worlds
            5.05    Heart of the Country
            4.56    When the Time Comes
            5.09    A Friend I Call Desire
  [Bonus Tracks:]
            3.45    Easterly
            3.10    Building
            8.23    White China (special mix)
            8.31    One Small Day (special remix extra)
            8.03    Lament (extended mix)

Notes: The booklet features previously unseen photos from Midge and Chris of the «Lament» single
       video shoot on the Isle of Skye. Also, for the first time, the booklet features the full
       Gaelic lyrics for «Man of Two Worlds».
       For this release original album tracks were reunited with the B-sides appear in chronological
       order followed by the three remixes, at the end of the CD and after a 10-second gap, in line
       with the other re-releases in the series.
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Ultravox: Vienna
  [April 2000] album reissue

    CD: 2000 UK (EMI Gold; 7243 5 25523 0 6) [ps] [with bonus tracks]

            7.07    Astradyne
            4.05    New Europeans
            4.07    Private Lives
            3.50    Passing Strangers
            3.12    Sleepwalk
            6.33    Mr. X [seques into next track]
            5.18    Western Promise [seques into next track]
            4.54    Vienna
            4.22    All Stood Still
  [Bonus Tracks:]
            3.54    Waiting
            4.18    Passionate Reply
            5.51    Herr X
            4.55    Alles klar

Note: 2000 reissue also released as an «enhanced CD» featuring «Vienna» video clip, interactive
      discography showing all Ultravox «EMI Gold» releases and a Web link to «Extreme Voice»,
      official Ultravox website. Booklet features complete album lyrics and CD - a selection of
      rare B-sides.
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Ultravox: The Collection

  [September 2000] video compilation

 

   VHS: 2000 UK (EMI; 7243 4 81230 9 1)
   DVD: 2000 UK (EMI Catalogue; 7243 4 81230 9)


            3.47    Passing Strangers
            5.01    Vienna
            4.23    The Voice
            4.22    The Thin Wall
            4.40    Reap the Wild Wind
            4.44    Hymn
            4.04    We Only Came to Dance
            4.46    One Small Day
            4.23    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes
            4.16    Lament
            3.18    Love`s Great Adventure

 

Note: «Visions in Blue» omitted from the tracklist due to a «controversial content», though credits

      for the video still retained in the closing section. Also, «We Came to Dance» mistitled «We

      Only Came to Dance», and again in place is the original sequence error of placing «The Voice»

      video before «The Thin Wall» clip.
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Ultravox: U-Vox
  [October 2000] album reissue

    CD: 2000 UK (EMI Gold; 7243 5 25611 2 4) [ps] [with bonus tracks]
    CD: 2002 RU (Grammy; MTL 035) [ps] [with eight-page color booklet with lyrics]

            4.40    Same Old Story
            4.34    Sweet Surrender
            4.48    Dream on
            5.37    The Prize
            5.08    All Fall Down
            4.25    Time to Kill
            3.28    Moon Madness
            4.53    Follow Your Heart
            5.11    All in One Day
  [Bonus Tracks:]
            4.03    3
            6.15    All in One Day (instrumental)
            2.32    Dreams?
            5.37    All Fall Down (instrumental)
            2.54    Stateless
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Ultravox: Greatest Hits Live
  [August 2001] live recording

    CD: 2001 UK (Armoury; ARMCD 043) [ps]

            4.35    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes
            4.17    Ideals
            4.01    Distance
            5.08    The Voice
            3.50    Reap the Wild Wind
            4.50    Ingenuity
            4.28    All Stood Still
            5.28    Slow Motion
            4.24    Give It All Back
            4.03    Future Picture Forever
            5.06    Vienna
            5.48    Hymn
            3.57    Lament
            4.16    The Silent Cries
            5.11    One Small Day

Note: This is a reissue of «Future Picture Live» album with changed title, resequenced track order
      and a misleading front cover. Also issued the same year under the name «Live in Italy» and yet
      again different front cover.
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Ultravox: Double Vox - The Best Ones
  [November 2001] albums reissue double pack

   DCD: 2001 DE (SPV; 085-45002) [ps]

  [1st CD - Revelation:]
            4.54    I Am Alive
            4.04    Revelation
            4.28    Systems of Love
            5.09    Perfecting the Art of Common Ground
            4.10    The Great Outdoors
            4.12    The Closer I Get to You
            4.19    No Turning Back
            4.55    True Believer
            4.25    Unified
            4.39    The New Frontier
  [2nd CD - Ingenuity:]
            4.40    Ingenuity
            4.06    There Goes a Beautiful World
            4.15    Give It All Back
            4.12    Future Picture Forever
            4.09    The Silent Cries
            3.48    Distance
            4.07    Ideals
            6.33    Who`ll Save You?
            4.04    A Way out, a Way Through
            4.12    Majestic

Note: This is a reissue of Ultravox albums recorded by line-ups of «Billy Currie years».
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Ultravox: System of Love
  [November 2003] compilation

    CD: 2003 DE (Arena; 4250 0263 1137 6) [ps]

            4.58    I`m Alive
            4.08    Revelation
            4.34    System of Love
            5.18    Perfecting the Art of Common
            4.14    The Great Outdoors
            4.16    The Closer I Get to You
            4.24    No Turning Back
            4.59    True Believer
            4.30    Unified
            4.44    New Frontiers
            4.47    Ingenuity
            4.11    There Goes a Beautiful World
            4.21    Give It All Back
            6.36    Who`ll Save You?
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Ultravox: Systems of Romance
  [March 2004] album reissue

    CD: 2004 JP (Island/Universal; UICY 3387) [ps with obi-strip] [with bonus track]

            3.31    Slow Motion
            4.14    I Can`t Stay Long
            4.20    Someone Else`s Clothes
            3.07    Blue Light
            2.32    Some of Them
            4.06    Quiet Men
            2.57    Dislocation
            3.55    Maximum Acceleration
            4.10    When You Walk Through Me
            3.09    Just for a Moment
  [Bonus Track:]
            2.56    Cross Fade

Note: This is a part of Japanese «New Wave Renaissance» series. All songs are digitally remastered.
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Ultravox and Midge Ure: Finest
  [April 2004] compilation

   DCD: 2004 UK (EMI Gold; 577.486-2) [ps]

  [1st CD:]
            3.12    Sleepwalk
            4.54    Vienna
            4.02    New Europeans
            4.17    Passionate Reply
            3.51    Waiting
            5.48    Face to Face (live)
            5.39    The Thin Wall
            5.38    We Stand Alone
            6.16    I Never Wanted to Begin (12” version)
            4.51    Private Lives (live)
            4.20    Paths and Angles
            4.16    When the Scream Subsides
            4.14    We Came to Dance (12” version)
            4.39    Visions in Blue
            3.15    Monument (live)
  [2nd CD:]
            4.02    Overlook
            5.17    Passing Strangers (live)
            4.41    Lament
            5.07    Heart of the Country
            3.51    White China
            7.48    One Small Day (12” version)
            3.10    Building
            3.05    Love`s Great Adventure
            4.38    Same Old Story
            4.06    All Fall Down (live) [by Midge Ure]
            4.00    No Regrets [by Midge Ure]
            4.43    Fade to Grey (live) [by Midge Ure]
            4.19    Call of the Wild [by Midge Ure]
            5.35    The Man Who Sold the World [by Midge Ure]
            5.02    Dear God [by Midge Ure]

Notes: Set also includes booklet with photos and liner notes by Adrian Thrills.

       «We Came to Dance» is actually the album version and not a 12” version.
       «Monument» is a studio (not live, as stated) recording that was the B-side of «Hymn».
       «Passing Strangers (live)» is an edited version from «Monument - the Soundtrack».
       Live versions of «All Fall Down» and «Fade to Grey» recorded during Midge Ure solo show at
       the Venue, Edinburgh, on 21/11/1988.

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Ultravox: Ultravox!

  [July 2006] album reissue

 

    CD: 2006 UK (Island/Universal; IMCD 324) [digitally remastered with bonus tracks]

 

            2.34    Sat`day Night in the City of the Dead
            3.43    Life at Rainbow`s End (For All the Tax Exiles on Main Street)
            4.16    Slip Away
            7.23    I Want to Be a Machine
            3.15    Wide Boys
            4.16    Dangerous Rhythm
            3.43    The Lonely Hunter
            5.50    The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned [seques into next track]
            3.02    My Sex
  [Bonus Tracks:]

            4.08    Slip Away (recorded live at the Rainbow)

            2.34    Modern Love (recorded live at the Rainbow)

            5.15    The Wild, the Beautiful and the Damned (recorded live at the Rainbow)

            2.55    My Sex (recorded live at Huddersfield Polytechnic)

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Ultravox: Ha!-Ha!-Ha!

  [July 2006] album reissue

 

    CD: 2006 UK (Island/Universal; IMCD 325) [digitally remastered with bonus tracks]

 

            3.35    ROckWrok
            4.06    Frozen Ones
            4.00    Fear in the Western World [seques into next track]
            5.21    Distant Smile
            4.12    The Man Who Dies Every Day
            4.57    Artificial Life
            3.13    While I`m Still Alive
            5.11    Hiroshima mon amour

  [Bonus Tracks:]

            2.56    Young Savage

            4.15    The Man Who Dies Every Day (remix)

            4.54    Hiroshima mon amour (alternative version)

            1.40    Quirks

            4.15    The Man Who Dies Every Day (recorded live at Huddersfield Polytechnic)

            3.25    Young Savage (recorded live at the Marquee)

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Ultravox: Systems of Romance

  [July 2006] album reissue

 

    CD: 2006 UK (Island/Universal; IMCD 326) [digitally remastered with bonus tracks]

 

            3.32    Slow Motion
            4.19    I Can`t Stay Long
            4.28    Someone Else`s Clothes
            3.11    Blue Light
            2.32    Some of Them
            4.11    The Quiet Men
            2.58    Dislocation
            3.56    Maximum Acceleration
            4.18    When You Walk Through Me
            3.10    Just for a Moment

  [Bonus Tracks:]

            2.53    Cross Fade

            3.55    Quiet Man (full version)


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Billy Currie with Steve Howe: Transportation
  [1988] album

    LP: 1988 UK (Illegal/No Speak; ILP 030/005) [with inner]
    LP: 1988 US (IRS; IRS 42239) [stamped promo]

        A - 6.04    Airlift
            3.26    Traveler
            8.00    Transportation
            5.10    Rakaia River (Mountains to Seas)
        B - 5.20    India
            4.55    Perfect Flight
            3.20    Over-Soul
            4.54    English Home

    CD: 1988 UK (Illegal/No Speak; ILPCD 030)
    CD: 1988 JP (IRS Victor; VDP 1441) [picture sleeve with obi-strip]
    CD: 1988 US (IRS; IRSD 42239)
    CD: 2001 UK (Puzzle; PZLCD 101) [reissue]
    CD: 2001 US (Resurgence; 4828)

            6.04    Airlift
            3.26    Traveler
            8.00    Transportation
            5.10    Rakaia River (Mountains to Seas)
            5.20    India
            4.55    Perfect Flight
            3.20    Over-Soul
            4.54    English Home

 

  [Credits:

    Billy Currie (Vocal Samples, Viola, Violin, Keyboards, Synthesizers)

    Steve Howe (Acoustic and Electric Guitars)

    Helena Ferrari (Vocals)

    Toby Anderson (Keyboards)

    Kadir Guirey (Percussion)

    Produced by Billy Currie.

    Recorded at Hot Food Studios, Notting Hill Gate, London.

    Engineered by Al Clay and Roger Howarth. Mixed by Billy Currie and Roger Howarth.]
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Billy Currie: Jam-Boree
  [1991] promo sampler

    EP: 1991 UK (Hot Food Music; HFM 001) [promo]

        A - 3.12    Jam-Boree
            3.40    Ritual Bliss
        B - 4.33    Change of Heart
            3.48    French Viola
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Billy Currie: Stand up and Walk
  [1991] album

    LP: 1991 UK (Hot Food Music; HFMLP 001)
    MC: 1990 UK (Hot Food Music; HFMTC 001)

        A - 4.33    Change of Heart
            3.48    French Viola
            5.06    Liberation
            3.40    Ritual Bliss
            3.38    Stand up and Walk
            3.23    Ukraine
        B - 1.33    Requiem
            3.12    Jam-Boree
            2.08    Crisis
            4.14    Hatchback Mania (Fourteen Four)
            1.33    Santa Claus
            4.42    Irish Widdershins

    CD: 1991 UK (Hot Food Music; HFMCD 001) [jewel case picture sleeve]
    CD: 2001 UK (Puzzle; PZLCD 102) [reissue]
    CD: 2001 US (Resurgence; 4829)

            4.33    Change of Heart
            3.48    French Viola
            5.06    Liberation
            3.41    Ritual Bliss
            3.39    Stand up and Walk
            3.23    Ukraine
            1.33    Requiem
            3.12    Jam-Boree
            2.09    Crisis
            4.14    Hatchback Mania (Fourteen Four)
            1.34    Santa Claus
            4.43    Irish Widdershins

 

  [Credits:

    Billy Currie (Viola, Violin, Piano, Synthesizers)

    Mel Wesson (Additional Synthesizers on «French Viola», «Ritual Bliss» and «Irish Widdershins»)

    Suzanne Bramson (Vocals)

    Warren Cann (Acoustic and Electronic Percussion on «Ukraine»)

    Chris Cross (Bass Guitar and Bass Synthesizer on «Ukraine»)

    All tracks written by Billy Currie except «Ukraine» written by Currie/Cann/Cross.

    Produced by Billy Currie.

    Engineered by Tim Orford, Avril McIntosh and Micky Mulligan.

    Mixed by Billy Currie and Avril McIntosh except «Liberation» mixed by Billy Currie and Tim

Orford, «Hatchback Mania» and «Jam-Boree» mixed by Billy Currie and Micky Mulligan.

    Digitally mastered at Advision Studios, Brighton.

    Designed by «Red Cloud». Photography by Paul Cox.]
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Billy Currie: Unearthed
  [June 2001] album

    CD: 1998 UK (Headstone; TICKSTONE 10) [demo bootleg] [custom disc with title sleeve]

            6.22    Cathedral Climb
            4.00    Whatever Glows
            5.07    Transparent
            4.46    Unearthed
            5.37    Polished by Bare Feet
            5.20    Running Through the Years
            6.24    Scattered Soul
            8.29    The Great Incontestable Stars
            5.45    Routes

 

    CD: 2001 UK (Puzzle; PZLCD 103)
    CD: 2001 US (Resurgence; 4838)

            6.20    Cathedral Climb
            3.58    Whatever Glows
            5.05    Transparent
            4.45    Unearthed
            5.36    Polished by Bare Feet
            5.18    Running Through the Years
            6.23    Scattered Soul
            8.27    The Great Incontestable Stars
            5.45    Routes

 

  [Credits:

    All tracks written, programmed, performed, engineered, mixed and produced by Billy Currie.

    Recorded at Canalot Production Studios, Kensal Road, London.]

Note: The material from this album was performed live on two successive nights at the Royal
      Geographic Society, London, in September 1998, and later unofficially released as a demo
      bootleg.
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Billy Currie: Keys and the Fiddle
  [July 2001] compilation album

    CD: 2001 UK (Puzzle; PZLCD 104)
    CD: 2001 US (Resurgence; 4885)

            4.12    Memories Don`t Fade (with Hazel O`Connor)
            5.09    Sojourn
            4.29    Tekapo Blue
            5.52    Sisters and Brothers
            1.21    Leap
            4.41    The Fragile Skin, Part I: Metronomic and Rising
            4.48    The Fragile Skin, Part II: Enchanted
            7.05    The Fragile Skin, Part III: Passage to Possession
            3.09    The Fragile Skin, Part IV: Upswing
            2.47    Break Down My Door
            2.29    Riding White Horses
            3.03    Happy Valley
            4.32    Spirit of Her Spirit
            4.10    Quiet Words
            2.11    Clean Stones
            1.35    Gloat
            5.14    Playground
            2.33    Away

Note: This record a mixture between a compilation and a proper album. It features new recordings
      made for this album, but also a music recorded much earlier. CD includes a soundtrack for a
      short low-budget horror film «The Fragile Skin» and some recordings made by Billy for his
      solo album back in the first half of 1983 but released for the first time only on this disc.
      They are «Memories Don`t Fade», a duet with famous Hazel O`Connor, «Sojourn» with Steve Howe
      on Guitar, «Break Down My Door» with Russell Bell on Guitar, «Riding White Horses» and «Happy
      Valley». Also, «Tekapo Blue» was supposed to be part of the first solo album by Billy called
      «Transportation», but didn`t end up on it.
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Billy Currie: Push
  [2002] album

    CD: 2002 UK (Puzzle; PZLCD 108)

            3.08    Stand Like a Balance
            4.18    Step Forward
            5.21    Swimming in Air
            4.18    Kissing the Shame
            3.11    High Climb
            3.26    Into the Space
            10.05   Why Do You Hang on Me?
            3.52    The True Transmission
            4.10    Theremin
            4.02    Cross Hands
            3.45    Rollback

 

  [Credits:

    Billy Currie (Synthesizers, Percussion, Piano, Viola, Violin)

    Ben Jarlett (Granular Synthesis)

    All tracks written by Billy Currie except «Stand Like a Balance», «Swimming in the Air» and

«Why Do You Hang on Me?» written by Billy Currie and Ben Jarlett.

    Programmed, performed, engineered, mixed and produced by Billy Currie.

    Recorded at Cloudy Hands Studio, London.]
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Billy Currie: Pieces of the Puzzle
  [2003] compilation

    CD: 2003 UK (Puzzle; PZLCD 107)

            4.10    Theremin
            4.31    Spirit of Her Spirit
            4.36    Can`t Stay Long (by Humania)
            6.03    Airlift
            3.10    Jam-Boree
            3.15    High Climb
            4.06    A Way out, a Way Through (by Ultravox)
            4.48    Enchanted (from «The Fragile Skin» soundtrack)
            5.13    Rakaia River (Mountains to Seas)
            4.12    The Great Outdoors (by Ultravox)
            1.29    Requiem
            4.44    Unearthed
            3.47    French Viola
            8.11    Transportation
            3.34    Stand up and Walk
            3.58    Whatever Glows
            3.08    Upswing (from «The Fragile Skin» soundtrack)

Note: This is the first compilation of Billy`s solo works made over the years. He also included two
      songs by 90`s line-ups of Ultravox and previously unreleased recording made by Humania, the
      group he led after the dissolution of Ultravox in the late 80`s.
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Billy Currie: Still Movement
  [November 2004] album

    CD: 2004 UK (Puzzle; PZLCD 109)

            5.06     Waving Hands in Clouds

            3.26     Simultaneity

            4.29     Afterglow

            4.52     Apocrypha

            5.45     Waves Look Sleepy

            4.21     Standing Still

            4.22     Highfalutin

            4.01     Other World

            6.53     Stately

            3.18     Deflect Downward

            3.46     Step Forward to Seven Stars

 

  [Credits:

    Billy Currie (Synthesizers, Percussion, Piano, Violin)

    All tracks written, programmed and performed by Billy Currie.

    Additional programming by Peter Dudley.

    Mixed and produced by Billy Currie and Peter Dudley.

    Recorded at Cloudy Hands Studio, London.]

 

Note: Also a limited edition is available with new artwork and new photo, autographed on the cover.
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Billy Currie: Accidental Poetry of the Structure

  [November 2006] album

 

    CD: 2006 UK (Puzzle; PZLCD 111) [incl. 8-page color booklet with photos]

 

Accidental Poetry of the Structure
Williams Mix
Skips of a Chopped Head
Krakow
Idee Fixe Movement Three
Matsang River
Hall of Impressions
Folly Brook
Compassion
Listening to Strength


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John Foxx: Underpass

  [January 1980] single

Charts: [UK #31]


    SP: 1980 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 318)
    SP: 1980 DE (Virgin Schallplatten GmbH; 101.398-100) [different ps - blue «stick man» +

                                                          advertising for the LP on the back]
    SP: 1980 FR (Virgin France; 2097 831)
    SP: 1980 JP (Victor Musical Industries; VIP 2825) [different ps - «Metamatic» album artwork]

        A - 3.18    Underpass (single edit)
        B - 4.00    Film One

    EP: 1980 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VDJ 31) [promo]

        A - 3.56    Underpass
        B - 3.06    He`s a Liquid (alternate mix)

Note: Never released, only published in UK as a DJ promo 12”. Remix of «He`s a Liquid» is actually

      the version used as a soundtrack for a videoclip.
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John Foxx: Metamatic
  [January 1980] album

Charts: [UK #18]

    LP: 1980 UK (Virgin; V 2146) [with printed lyric sleeve]
    LP: 1980 DE (Virgin Schallplatten GmbH; 201.434-320)
    LP: 1980 FR (Polydor France; 2473 795)
    LP: 1980 JP (Victor Musical Industries; VIP 6949)
    LP: 1980 NL (Virgin; 201.434)
    LP: 1984 UK (Virgin; OVED 46) [mid-price reissue]

    MC: 1980 JP (Victor Tapes; VCW 589)

        A - 3.54    Plaza
            3.00    He`s a Liquid
            3.56    Underpass
            3.01    Metal Beat
            3.47    No One Driving
        B - 3.41    A New Kind of Man
            4.19    Blurred Girl
            3.17    030
            4.16    Tidal Wave
            5.36    Touch and Go

 

Note: «He`s a Liquid» and «Touch and Go» were first performed with Ultravox during their last tour

      of USA in the early 1979. Those versions were quite different from the ones from «Metamatic».

 

  [Credits:

    John Foxx (Vocals, Rhythm Machines, Synthesizers)

    John Barker (Additional Synthesizers)

    Jake Durant (Additional Bass)

    All tracks written and produced by John Foxx.

    Recorded at Pathway Studio, London. Engineered by Gareth Jones.

    Design by Dennis Leigh.]
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John Foxx: A New Kind of Man
  [1980] unreleased single

    SP: 1980 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 303)

        A - 3.41    A New Kind of Man
        B - 3.12    Metal Beat

Note: Never released, but sleeve artwork exists. «A New Kind of Man» was scheduled for release with
      «Metal Beat» on flip side (using same artwork as «Underpass»), but «No One Driving» was for
      reasons unknown chosen instead at this rather late stage as artwork/sleeve was already prepared
      for «A New Kind of Man»).

    SP: 1980 IT (Virgin Italy; VIN 45031) [different ps]

        A - 3.42    A New Kind of Man (=album version)
        B - 3.18    Underpass (single edit)

Notes: Only released in Italy due to the title track being the ending music for the Italian version
       of a TV series titled «Sapphire and Steel». The cover photo is the same as on «Metamatic»

       with an added writing - «Sigla della serie televisiva «Zaffiro e Acciaio» («Theme from the

       TV series «Sapphire and Steel»).
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John Foxx: No One Driving
  [March 1980] single

Charts: [UK #32]

    SP: 1980 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 338) [1st version]

        A - 3.46    No One Driving (single remix)
        B - 3.35    Glimmer

Note: This mix of «No One Driving» is quite different to that on «Metamatic» LP.

    SP: 1980 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 338) [2nd version]

        A - 3.46    No One Driving (single remix)
        B - 3.35    Glimmer
            3.12    Mr. No

Note: Issued with the same catalogue number and the same sleeve as the 1st version, but actually
      contains three tracks. «Mr. No» isn`t mentioned on the sleeve.

    SP: 1980 DE (Virgin Schallplatten GmbH; 101.824-100) [unique sleeve c/w portrait from «No One

                                                          Driving» photo shoot]

        A - 3.46    No One Driving (single remix)
        B - 2.55    Metal Beat

   DSP: 1980 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 338) [limited edition double pack in gatefold ps]

  [1st SP:]
        A - 3.47    No One Driving (single remix)
        B - 3.37    Glimmer
  [2nd SP:]
        A - 3.06    This City
        B - 3.16    Mr. No

   DSP: 1980 AU (Virgin; K 7893) [special limited edition double pack]

  [1st SP:]
        A - 2.53    No One Driving (DJ version)
        B - 3.37    Glimmer
  [2nd SP:]
        A - 3.06    This City
        B - 3.16    Mr. No

Note: UK version of this package shares its catalogue number with a regular single releases.
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John Foxx: Burning Car
  [July 1980] non-album single

Charts: [UK #35]

    SP: 1980 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 360)
    SP: 1980 DE (Virgin Schallplatten GmbH; 102.328-100)
    PD: 1980 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VSY 360) [limited edition 7” picture disc in PVC sleeve]

        A - 3.12    Burning Car
        B - 3.04    20th Century
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John Foxx: My Face
  [October 1980] flexi disc

    SP: 1981 UK (Island Music; 8854)

        A - 3.21    My Face

Note: One-sided translucent orange-yellow flexi disc given free with volume 2 of issue 20 of the
      «Smash Hits» magazine.
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John Foxx: Miles Away
  [October 1980] non-album single

Charts: [UK #51]

    SP: 1980 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 382)
    SP: 1980 CA (PolyGram; BETA 1102)

    SP: 1980 DE (Virgin Schallplatten GmbH; 102.547-100)

        A - 3.17    Miles Away
        B - 3.49    A Long Time
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John Foxx: Burning Car
  [1981] compilation

    EP: 1981 JP (Victor Musical Industries; VIP 5903) [die-cut ps with lyric sheet and obi-strip]

        A - 3.14    Burning Car
            3.05    20th Century
            3.06    This City
        B - 3.26    Miles Away
            3.50    A Long Time
            3.16    Mr. No

Note: Japanese-only «rarities» compilation mini-LP (selected early singles and B-sides). Contains
      slightly different, «brighter sounding» versions. Giant 6” picture labels of John Foxx.
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John Foxx: John Foxx
  [1981] compilation

    LP: 1981 CA (PolyGram; META 1101) [gatefold ps]

        A - 3.42    A New Kind of Man
            5.36    Touch and Go
            3.46    No One Driving
            3.12    Mr. No
            3.16    Miles Away
        B - 3.22    My Face
            3.56    Underpass
            3.35    Glimmer
            3.06    This City
            3.00    Metal Beat

Note: Canadian-only compilation of singles and selections from «Metamatic». The LP has no apparent
      title, simply «John Foxx». Sleeve cover is identical to the «No One Driving» double pack set.
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John Foxx: Europe After the Rain
  [August 1981] single

Charts: [UK #40]

    SP: 1981 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 393)
    SP: 1981 NL (Virgin/Ariola; 103.624) [unique different ps – «double c/w portrait sleeve»]

    SP: 1981 ZA (Virgin; VSN 127)

        A - 3.37    Europe After the Rain (single edit)
        B - 4.40    This Jungle

    SP: 1981 ES (Virgin Spain; B 103.329) [unique sleeve design – «red and blue clouds»]

        A - 3.59    Europe After the Rain
        B - 4.11    Dancing Like a Gun

    SP: 1981 JP (Victor Musical Industries; VIPX 1618) [unique ps with lyrics, featuring an advert

                                                        for a new scooter]

        A - 3.37    Europe After the Rain (single edit)
        B - 2.32    Pater noster (Lord`s Prayer)

Note: This song was used on Japanese TV – CM.

    EP: 1981 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 393-12)
    EP: 1981 MX (Virgin; SL 7066)

        A - 3.59    Europe After the Rain
        B - 4.40    This Jungle
            3.49    You Were There
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John Foxx: The Garden
  [September 1981] album

Charts: [UK #24]

    LP: 1981 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; V 2194) [some with printed inner]
    LP: 1981 DE (Ariola; 204.096-320)
    LP: 1981 ES (Virgin Spain; 204.096)
    LP: 1981 JP (Victor Musical Industries; VIP 6982) [with obi-strip]
    LP: 1981 IT (Virgin; VIL 12194)
    LP: 1981 YU (Jugoton; SVIRG 70955)
    LP: 1981 ZA (Virgin; VNC 5004)
    LP: 1982 MX (Virgin; LAE 484)
    LP: 1984 UK (Virgin; OVED 47) [mid-price reissue]

    LP: 2005 IT (Get Back; GET 135)

    MC: 1981 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; TCV 2194)

    MC: 1981 AU (Virgin; VC 2194)

    MC: 1982 MX (Virgin; CS 484)

    MC: 1984 UK (Virgin; OVEDC 47) [mid-price reissue]

        A - 4.00    Europe After the Rain
            4.03    Systems of Romance
            3.37    When I Was a Man and You Were a Woman
            4.12    Dancing Like a Gun
            2.34    Pater noster (Lord`s Prayer)
        B - 4.27    Night Suit
            3.52    You Were There
            3.50    Fusion/Fission
            3.51    Walk Away
            7.14    The Garden

Note: A stickered limited edition (3.000) of the original UK LP was released with a free big 16-page
      full-colour glossy booklet titled «Church», which fitted inside the sleeve. It included
      pictures taken by John himself and his lyrics.

    LP: 1981 CA (PolyGram; META 1103)
    MC: 1981 ES (Virgin Spain; 404.096)

        A - 3.54    Walk Away
            4.00    Europe After the Rain
            2.34    Pater noster (Lord`s Prayer)
            4.12    Dancing Like a Gun
            4.27    Night Suit
        B - 4.39    This Jungle
            4.05    Systems of Romance
            3.39    When I Was a Man and You Were a Woman
            3.53    You Were There
            7.11    The Garden

 

  [Credits:

    John Foxx (Vocals, the Human Host, Drums and Drum Programmming, Acoustic Guitar, Synthesizers

Piano, Tom-Tom overdubs)
    Duncan Bridgeman (Synthesizers, Bongos, Cymbals, Tom-Tom overdubs, Sequencing, Percussion,

Bass Guitar on «Europe After the Rain»)
    Jo Dworniak (Bass Guitar)

    Jake Durant (Bass Guitar on «You Were There»)

    Philip Roberts – drums
    Robin Simon – guitar
    Gareth Jones (Percussion on «Night Suit»)

    All songs written and produced by John Foxx.

    Recorded at the Garden, London, except «You Were There» recorded at the Music Work and the

Garden. Engineered by Gareth Jones.

    Design and montage by John Foxx. Artwork by Ansell Sadgrove. Photography by Peter Gilbert.

Layout by M. Garret and «Assorted Images».]

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John Foxx: Dancing Like a Gun
  [October 1981] single

    SP: 1981 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 459)

        A - 3.38    Dancing Like a Gun (single edit)
        B - 4.05    Swimmer 2

    EP: 1981 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 459-12)

        A - 4.11    Dancing Like a Gun
        B - 4.07    Swimmer 1
            4.06    Swimmer 2
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John Foxx: Endlessly
  [July 1982] non-album single

    SP: 1982 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 513)

    SP: 1982 ES (Virgin Spain; B 103.966)
    PD: 1982 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VSY 513) [limited edition 7” picture disc in PVC sleeve]

        A - 3.51    Endlessly
        B - 2.53    Young Man

Note: This original version is very different to the 1983 version and has an «oriental» feel.
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John Foxx: Endlessly `83
  [June 1983] single

Charts: [UK #66]

    SP: 1983 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 543)
    SP: 1983 JP (Victor Musical Industries; VIP 1722) [white label promo sample 7”] [colour picture

                                                       insert with biography and lyrics on reverse]

        A - 4.18    Endlessly (new version)
        B - 3.30    Dance with Me

    SP: 1983 DE (Virgin Schallplatten GmbH; 105.748-100) [unique ps - uses the separate UK issues
                                                           of «Endlessly» and «Your Dress» and

                                                          combines them back to back]

        A - 4.18    Endlessly (new version)
        B - 3.59    Your Dress (single edit)

   DSP: 1983 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 543) [limited edition double pack in gatefold ps]
   DSP: 1983 AU (Virgin; VSD 543) [double pack]

  [1st SP:]
        A - 4.18    Endlessly (new version)
        B - 3.12    Ghosts on Water
  [2nd SP:]
        A - 3.39    A Kind of Wave
        B - 3.31    Dance with Me

    EP: 1983 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 543-12)
    EP: 1983 DE (Virgin Schallplatten GmbH; 600.937)
    EP: 1983 IT (Virgin; VINX 16)

        A - 7.43    Endlessly (extended version)
        B - 5.00    A Kind of Wave (12” version)

Note: Some copies of the record had «A Kind of Wave» misprinted as «A Kind of Love» on the label.

 

    EP: 1983 CA (Virgin; DJM 121) [double A-sided advance DJ promo]

 

        A - 4.17    Endlessly (new version)

            4.24    Your Dress

        B - 4.17    Endlessly (new version)

            4.24    Your Dress

 

    EP: 1983 JP (Victor Musical Industries; LWG 1239) [split promo EP]

 

        A - 4.16    All Night Long [by Lionel Richie]

        B - 4.17    Endlessly [by John Foxx]

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John Foxx: The Golden Section
  [September 1983] album

Charts: [UK #27]

    LP: 1983 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; V 2233) [also issued with picture insert]
    LP: 1983 CA (PolyGram; META 1105)
    LP: 1983 DE (Ariola; 205.541-320)

    LP: 1983 GR (Virgin Greece; VG 2233)
    LP: 1983 JP (Victor Musical Industries; VIP 6068) [with obi-strip]
    LP: 1986 UK (Virgin; OVED 120) [mid-price reissue]

    MC: 1983 UK (Virgin; TCV 2233)

        A - 3.42    My Wild Love
            3.32    Someone
            4.26    Your Dress
            5.38    Running Across Thin Ice with Tigers
            4.26    Sitting at the Edge of the World
        B - 4.20    Endlessly (new version)
            3.12    Ghosts on Water
            5.11    Like a Miracle
            5.45    The Hidden Man
            4.25    Twilight`s Last Gleaming

    MC: 1983 UK (Virgin; TCV 2233) [limited edition with bonus tracks]

    MC: 1984 UK (Virgin; OVEDC 120) [mid-price reissue]

    MC: 1983 JP (Victor Tapes; VCW 2748)

        A - 3.42    My Wild Love
            3.32    Someone
            4.26    Your Dress
            5.38    Running Across Thin Ice with Tigers
            4.26    Sitting at the Edge of the World
            4.39    There Jungle [bonus track]
            5.10    Swimmer 1 [bonus track]
            3.29    Dance with Me [bonus track]
        B - 4.20    Endlessly (new version)
            3.12    Ghosts on Water
            5.11    Like a Miracle
            5.45    The Hidden Man
            4.25    Twilight`s Last Gleaming
            3.37    A Kind of Wave [bonus track]
            2.53    Young Man [bonus track]
            4.29    A Woman on a Stairway [bonus track]

    CD: 1995 JP (Toshiba/EMI; VJCP 23198)

            3.42    My Wild Love
            3.30    Someone
            4.24    Your Dress
            5.38    Running Across Thin Ice with Tigers
            4.19    Sitting at the Edge of the World
            4.17    Endlessly (new version)
            3.11    Ghosts on Water
            5.11    Like a Miracle
            5.45    The Hidden Man
            4.22    Twilight`s Last Gleaming

 

  [Credits:

    John Foxx (Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Magnetic Choir, Drums)
    Robin Simon (Guitar)

    Kevin Armstrong (Guitar on «Sitting on the Edge of the World»)
    Zeus B. Held (Keyboards)
    Paul «Wix» Wickens (Drums, Keyboards)
    Blair Cunningham (Drums on «Ghosts on Water» and «The Hidden Man»)
    Mike Howlett (MC-4 Drums and Bass Guitar on «Twilight`s Last Gleaming»)
    Jo Dworniak (Bass Guitar)

    Johnathon J. Jeczalik («Fairlight» Programming)
    James Risborough (Choirboy on «Twilight`s Last Gleaming»)

    Words and music by John Foxx.

    Produced by John Foxx and Zeus B. Held except «Twilight`s Last Gleaming» by Mike Howlett.

    Recorded at the Garden Studio, London.

    Recording engineered by: Alan Barson (tracks 1-3, 8), Gareth Jones and Corinne Simcock (track

4), Jo Dworniak and Gareth Jones (tracks 5-6), Gareth Jones (tracks 7 and 9), Corinne Simcock

(track 10).

    Mixing engineered by: Tim Palmer (tracks 1-3, 6, 9), Gareth Jones (tracks 4-5, 7-8), Corinne

Simcock (track 10).

    Sleeve design by John Foxx. Photography by Brian Griffin.]
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John Foxx: Your Dress
  [August 1983] single

Charts: [UK #61]

 

    SP: 1983 UK (Virgin Spain; B 105.859)

 

        A - 3.59    Your Dress (single edit)
        B - 4.31    A Woman on a Stairway

   DSP: 1983 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VSD 615) [limited edition double pack in gatefold ps]

  [1st SP:]
        A - 3.59    Your Dress (single edit)
        B - 4.31    A Woman on a Stairway
  [2nd SP:]
        A - 4.47    The Lifting Sky
        B - 3.04    Annexe Annexe

    EP: 1983 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 615-12)

        A - 4.26    Your Dress
        B - 7.14    The Garden [remixed by Zeuss B. Held]
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John Foxx: Like a Miracle
  [October 1983] single

    SP: 1983 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 645)
   SPD: 1983 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VSP 645) [limited edition shaped picture disc]

        A - 5.11    Like a Miracle
        B - 5.17    Wings and a Wind

 

    SP: 1983 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VDJ 645)

 

        A - 4.50    Like a Miracle (DJ edit)

        B - 5.17    Wings and a Wind

    EP: 1983 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 645-12)
   SPD: 1983 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VSP 645) [limited edition shaped picture disc]

        A - 8.11    Like a Miracle (extended version)
        B - 5.17    Wings and a Wind

Note: Both 7” and 12” also released as a limited edition shaped 10” picture disc with stickered

      picture sleeve.
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John Foxx: Stars on Fire
  [June 1985] single

Charts: [UK #89]

 

    SP: 1985 AU (Virgin; VS 771)

 

        A - 4.52    Stars on Fire (single edit)
        B - 4.56    What Kind of Girl? (7” mix)

   DSP: 1985 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VSD 771) [limited edition double pack in gatefold ps]

  [1st SP:]
        A - 4.52    Stars on Fire (single edit)
        B - 4.56    What Kind of Girl? (7” mix)
  [2nd SP:]
        A - 3.38    City of Light
        B - 2.36    Lumen de lumine

    EP: 1985 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 771-12)
    EP: 1985 DE (Virgin Schallplatten GmbH; 601.896-213)

        A - 7.15    Stars on Fire (extended mix)
        B - 3.38    City of Light
            4.56    What Kind of Girl? (7” mix)
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John Foxx: Enter the Angel
  [September 1985] single

    SP: 1985 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 814)

        A - 3.58    Enter the Angel (single edit)
        B - 5.00    Stairway (single fade)

    EP: 1985 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; VS 814-12)

        A - 5.52    Enter the Angel (extended mix)
        B - 5.54    Stairway
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John Foxx: In Mysterious Ways
  [September 1985] album

Charts: [UK #85]

    LP: 1985 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; V 2355)
    LP: 1985 DE (Ariola; 207.186-620)
    LP: 1985 JP (Toshiba/EMI; 25 VB 1050)
    LP: 1987 UK (Virgin; OVED 189) [mid-price reissue]
    MC: 1985 UK (Metal Beat/Virgin; TCV 2355)
    MC: 1985 JP (Toshiba/EMI; 25 VC 1050)

        A - 5.32    Stars on Fire
            4.16    Lose All Sense of Time
            4.40    What Kind of Girl?
            3.58    Shine on
            3.04    Enter the Angel
        B - 5.00    In Mysterious Ways
            4.38    This Side of Paradise
            3.56    Stepping Softly
            5.52    Morning Glory
            2.41    Enter the Angel 2

    CD: 1985 UK (Virgn; CDV 2355)

    CD: 1988 JP (Victor Musical Industries; VJD 113)
    CD: 1995 JP (Toshiba/EMI; VJCP 23199)

            5.32    Stars on Fire
            4.16    Lose All Sense of Time
            4.40    What Kind of Girl?
            3.58    Shine on
            3.04    Enter the Angel
            5.00    In Mysterious Ways
            4.38    This Side of Paradise
            3.56    Stepping Softly
            5.52    Morning Glory
            2.41    Enter the Angel 2

 

  [Credits:

    John Foxx (Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards and all other instruments)
    Robin Simon (Guitar)
    Peter Oxendale (Keyboards)
    Barry Watts (Drums)

    Paul «Wix» Wickens (Drums)
    Randy Hope-Taylor (Bass Guitar)

    David Levy (Bass Guitar)

    Words and music written by John Foxx. All songs published by «Quiet Man Music».

    Produced by John Foxx.

    Recorded and mixed by Richard Whaley at the Garden Studios, London.]
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John Foxx: Virgin Music Vaults

  [1989] video compilation

 

   VHS: 1989 UK (Virgin Music Video; VVC 582)

 

            2.57    He`s a Liquid
            3.21    Underpass
            2.51    No One Driving
                    Miles Away
            3.08    Dancing Like a Gun
            3.28    Endlessly (1983 version)
                    Stars on Fire [early fade]
                    Lose All Sense of Time

 

Note: This video compilation also appeared as a part of bootleg VHS cassette «Five into One», which

      also included video footage of Ultravox! performing their early (mainly unreleased) songs on

      German TV show «RockPop» in the late 1976.

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John Foxx: Assembly
  [June 1992] compilation

    CD: 1992 UK (Virgin Universal; CDVM 9002) [digitally remastered]
    CD: 1992 DE (Virgin Schallplatten GmbH; 787.199-2)
    CD: 1995 JP (Toshiba/EMI; VJCP 23200)

            3.41    A New Kind of Man
            3.56    Underpass
            3.12    Burning Car
            3.06    This City
            4.22    Twilight`s Last Gleaming
            3.12    Ghosts on Water
            4.41    This Jungle
            4.18    Endlessly (new version)
            3.30    Someone
            4.19    Sitting at the Edge of the World
            5.04    In Mysterious Ways
            5.52    Morning Glory
            3.59    Europe After the Rain
            4.03    Systems of Romance
            3.52    Walk Away
            3.36    When I Was a Man and You Were a Woman
            2.33    Pater noster (Lord`s Prayer)
            7.08    The Garden

 

    MC: 1992 UK (Virgin Universal; TCVM 9002)

 

        A - 3.40    A New Kind of Man
            3.56    Underpass
            3.13    Burning Car
            3.06    This City
            4.23    Twilight`s Last Gleaming
            3.12    Ghosts on Water
            4.41    This Jungle
            4.19    Endlessly (new version)
            3.31    Someone
        B - 4.21    Sitting at the Edge of the World
            3.05    In Mysterious Ways
            5.53    Morning Glory
            3.59    Europe After the Rain
            4.03    Systems of Romance
            3.52    Walk Away
            3.36    When I Was a Man and You Were a Woman
            2.33    Pater noster (Lord`s Prayer)
            7.08    The Garden


Note: This is a first proper Foxx compilation. All tracks remastered by John Foxx. Cover art by
      Dennis Leigh - actually, John himself under his real name. Songs «Burning Car», «This City»
      and «This Jungle» appeared on CD for the first time. All songs are in their album versions.
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John Foxx: Metamatic
  [April 1993] album reissue

    CD: 1993 UK (Virgin; CDV 2146) [with bonus tracks]
    CD: 1993 DE (Virgin Schallplatten GmbH; 787.822-2)
    CD: 1993 JP (Toshiba/EMI; VJCP 23196)

            3.55    Plaza
            3.03    He`s a Liquid
            3.57    Underpass
            3.02    Metal Beat
            3.48    No One Driving
            3.41    A New Kind of Man
            4.20    Blurred Girl
            3.18    030
            4.17    Tidal Wave
            5.39    Touch and Go
  [Bonus Tracks:]
            3.11    Young Love
            4.01    Film One
            3.06    20th Century
            3.20    Miles Away
            3.50    A Long Time
            4.09    Swimmer 1
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John Foxx: The Garden
  [April 1993] album reissue

    CD: 1993 UK (Virgin; CDV 2194) [with bonus tracks]
    CD: 1993 DE (Virgin Schallplatten GmbH; 263.368)
    CD: 1995 JP (Toshiba/EMI; VJCP 23197)

            3.59    Europe After the Rain
            4.03    Systems of Romance
            3.37    When I Was a Man and You Were a Woman
            4.11    Dancing Like a Gun
            2.32    Pater noster (Lord`s Prayer)
            4.23    Night Suit
            3.49    You Were There
            3.49    Fusion/Fission
            3.53    Walk Away
            7.08    The Garden
  [Bonus Tracks:]
            2.53    Young Man
            3.31    Dance with Me
            4.28    A Woman on a Stairway
            4.44    The Lifting Sky
            3.04    Annexe Annexe
            5.17    Wings and a Wind
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John Foxx: Cathedral Oceans
  [March 1997] album

    CD: 1997 UK (Metamatic/Abstract Division; META 001 CD)

   DVD: 2003 UK (Metamatic; META DVD 0001)

            5.19    Cathedral Oceans
            5.43    City as Memory
            6.36    Through Summer Rooms
            5.26    Geometry and Coincidence
            3.22    If Only...
            2.35    Shifting Perspective
            6.05    Floating Islands
            5.49    Infinite in All Directions
            6.17    Avenham Collonade
            2.38    Sunset Rising
            3.22    Invisible Architecture

 

  [Credits:

    All compositions by John Foxx except «City as Memory» and «Sunset Rising» by John Foxx and

Peter Griffiths, and «Infinite in All Directions» by John Foxx and Louis Gordon.

    Produced by John Foxx.

    Engineered by Mick Williams, Peter Griffiths, Louis Gordon, Fiorello Ercoli and John Foxx.

    Recorded at The Garden, London, C.Y.H. Manchester, and Piano, Rome.

    Digital editing by Andy Robinson at Primetime, Manchester.
    Digital mastering and Assembly by Chris Thorpe at Serendipity.]

 

Note: 2003 Dolby Surround 5.1 PAL DVD is a limited edition of 500 copies. It consists of hyper

      visual versions of music from «Cathedral Oceans».
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John Foxx and Louis Gordon: Shifting City
  [March 1997] album

    CD: 1997 UK (Metamatic; META 002 CD)

            4.17    The Noise
            5.24    Crash
            7.03    Here We Go
            7.26    Shadow Man
            5.03    Through My Sleeping
            5.43    Forgotten Years
            5.48    Everyone
            3.36    Shifting City
            5.42    Concrete. Bulletproof. Invisible
            6.23    An Ocean We Can Breathe

 

  [Credits:

    John Foxx (Vocals, Synthesizers)

    Louis Gordon (Synthesizers, Noises)

    Produced by Louis Gordon and John Foxx.
    Recorded at Metamatic Studio, London. Engineered by Louis Gordon.
    Digital editing by Andy Robinson at Primetime, Manchester.
    Digital mastering and editing by Chris Thorpe at Serendipity.]
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John Foxx and Louis Gordon: Exotour `97
  [October 1997] live recording

   CDM: 1997 UK (Metamatic; META 003 CD) [card sleeve]

            8.39    Burning Car
            4.39    Dislocation
            5.54    Overpass
            4.31    This City
            8.43    Shifting City

Note: Numbered limited edition of 1000 copies. Recorded live at rehearsals for the October 1997 UK
      tour and sold at the following shows - the CD first went on sale at the Brook in Southampton,

      on the first date of the tour. All tracks are re-recorded updated versions - including a

      retitled version of «Underpass».
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John Foxx and Louis Gordon: Subterranean Omnidelic Exotour
  [April 1998] live recording

    CD: 1998 UK (Metamatic; META 004 CD)

            6.22    20th Century
            8.37    Burning Car
            5.53    Overpass
            4.35    This City
            4.58    Hiroshima mon amour
            4.02    Just for a Moment
            5.09    The Quiet Men
            6.32    An Ocean We Can Breathe
            5.29    Through My Sleeping
            4.58    The Noise
            8.36    Shifting City
            8.12    Endlessly

Note: Hand-numbered limited edition of 500 copies. Recorded live at rehearsals for the April 1998

      UK tour and sold at live shows (first went on sale at the Bierkellar, Bristol, on the first

      date of that highly successful tour).
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John Foxx: Modern Art - The Best of John Foxx
  [June 2001] compilation

    CD: 2001 UK (Music Club/Demon Music Group; MCCD 454)

            3.18    Underpass (single edit)
            3.42    No One Driving (single remix)
            3.09    Burning Car
            3.02    20th Century
            3.14    Miles Away
            3.35    Europe After the Rain (single edit)
            3.43    Dancing Like a Gun (single edit)
            3.46    Endlessly (original single version)
            3.59    Your Dress (single edit)
            4.50    Like a Miracle (DJ edit)
            4.52    Stars on Fire (single edit)
            3.58    Enter the Angel (single edit)
            2.37    Sunset Rising
            4.14    The Noise
            5.47    Nightlife [from the forthcoming album «The Pleasures of Electricity»]
            8.39    Shifting City (live at rehearsals)
            3.21    My Face
            3.06    He`s a Liquid (remix)
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John Foxx: Metamatic
  [July 2001] album reissue

    CD: 2001 UK (Edsel; EDCD 702) [with bonus tracks]
    CD: 2003 JP (Imperial; TECI 23190)

            3.52    Plaza
            2.59    He`s a Liquid
            3.54    Underpass
            3.00    Metal Beat
            3.45    No One Driving
            3.39    A New Kind of Man
            4.17    Blurred Girl
            3.15    030
            4.14    Tidal Wave
            5.33    Touch and Go
  [Bonus Tracks:]
            3.58    Film One
            3.34    Glimmer
            3.15    Mr. No
            3.03    This City
            3.07    20th Century
            3.12    Burning Car
            3.17    Miles Away
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John Foxx: The Garden
  [July 2001] album reissue

    CD: 2001 UK (Edsel; EDCD 703) [with bonus tracks]
    CD: 2003 JP (Imperial; TECI 23191)

            3.59    Europe After the Rain
            4.03    Systems of Romance
            3.37    When I Was a Man and You Were a Woman
            4.11    Dancing Like a Gun
            2.32    Pater noster (Lord`s Prayer)
            4.23    Night Suit
            3.49    You Were There
            3.49    Fusion/Fission
            3.53    Walk Away
            7.08    The Garden
  [Bonus Tracks:]
            3.49    A Long Time
            4.40    This Jungle
            4.07    Swimmer 1
            4.06    Swimmer 2
            2.53    Young Man

Note: Digitally remastered edition of Foxx`s second solo album augmented with five bonus tracks from
      the singles that were issued around the time of its original release to create a complete
      package portrait of his career at the time.
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John Foxx: The Golden Section
  [August 2001] album reissue

    CD: 2001 UK (Edsel; EDCD 704) [with bonus tracks]
    CD: 2004 JP (Imperial; TECI 23209)

            3.42    My Wild Love
            3.30    Someone
            4.24    Your Dress
            5.38    Running Across Thin Ice with Tigers
            4.19    Sitting at the Edge of the World
            4.18    Endlessly (new version)
            3.12    Ghosts on Water
            5.11    Like a Miracle
            5.45    The Hidden Man
            4.22    Twilight`s Last Gleaming
  [Bonus Tracks:]
            3.31    Dance with Me
            4.44    The Lifting Sky
            3.04    Annexe Annexe
            5.17    Wings and a Wind
            3.39    A Kind of Wave
            4.28    A Woman on a Stairway
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John Foxx: In Mysterious Ways
  [August 2001] album reissue

    CD: 2001 UK (Edsel; EDCD 705) [with bonus tracks]
    CD: 2004 JP (Imperial; TECI 23210)

            5.32    Stars on Fire
            4.16    Lose All Sense of Time
            4.40    What Kind of Girl?
            3.58    Shine on
            3.04    Enter the Angel
            5.00    In Mysterious Ways
            4.38    This Side of Paradise
            3.56    Stepping Softly
            5.52    Morning Glory
            2.41    Enter the Angel 2
  [Bonus Tracks:]
            2.36    Lumen de lumine
            5.00    Stairway
            3.38    City of Light
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John Foxx and Louis Gordon: The Pleasures of Electricity
  [September 2001] album

    CD: 2001 UK (Metamatic; META 004 CD)

            4.16    A Funny Thing
            5.49    Nightlife
            7.48    Camera
            5.56    Invisible Women
            5.26    Cities of Light No. 5
            6.31    Uptown/Downtown
            4.22    When It Rains
            5.55    Automobile
            4.51    The Falling Room
            6.56    Travel
            5.06    Quiet City

 

  [Credits:

    Composed, recorded and produced by John Foxx and Louis Gordon.

    Digital mastering by Chris Thorpe at Serendipity.
    Design and photography by John Foxx.]
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John Foxx: The Golden Section Tour + The Omnidelic Tour
  [December 2002] live recordings double pack

   DCD: 2002 UK (Esdel; MEDCD 725) [fold-out digipak]

  [1st CD - The Golden Section tour:]
            7.03    Running Across Thin Ice with Tigers
            3.49    Walk Away
            6.20    The Hidden Man
            3.21    Slow Motion
            4.48    Quiet Men
            5.39    I Can`t Stay Long
            3.50    When I Was a Man and You Were a Woman
            4.05    Systems of Romance
            7.36    The Garden
  [2nd CD - The Omnidelic tour:]
            6.22    20th Century
            8.37    Burning Car
            5.53    Overpass
            4.34    This City
            5.00    Hiroshima mon amour
            4.07    Just for a Moment
            5.08    Quiet Men
            4.38    Dislocation
            6.36    An Ocean We Can Breathe
            5.23    Through My Sleeping
            4.59    The Noise
            8.35    Shifting City
            8.18    Endlessly

Notes: CD 1 was recorded live during «The Golden Section Tour» at the Dominion Theatre in London on
       21st October of 1983 and at the Lyceum in London on 11th December of 1983. Performed by John
       Foxx and his backing band. These recordings have never been released before in any form.
       CD 2 was recorded live during «The Omnidelic Tour» in Ancoats, Manchester at A Certain
       Ratio`s Warehouse and at Metamatic Studio (1997) and performed by John Foxx and Louis Gordon.
       All material mastered from Foxx own tapes.
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John Foxx: Cathedral Oceans 1+2
  [June 2003] double album

   DCD: 2003 UK (Edsel; MEDCD 726) [digipak]

  [1st CD - Cathedral Oceans 1:]
            5.19    Cathedral Oceans
            5.43    City as Memory
            6.36    Through Summer Rooms
            5.26    Geometry and Coincidence
            3.22    If Only...
            2.35    Shifting Perspective
            6.05    Floating Islands
            5.49    Infinite in All Directions
            6.17    Avenham Collonade
            2.38    Sunset Rising
            3.22    Invisible Architecture
  [2nd CD - Cathedral Oceans 2:]
            2.12    Revolving Birdsong
            5.13    Shimmer Symmetry
            6.43    Far and Wide 2
            6.26    Ad infinitum
            5.58    Quiet Splendour
            5.59    Luminous and Gone
            6.23    Stillness and Wonder
            7.21    Return to a Place of Remembered Beauty
            6.49    Visible and Invisible
            7.11    Golden Green
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John Foxx and Louis Gordon: Crash and Burn
  [June/September 2003] album

    LP: 2003 UK (Metamatic; META 005 LP) [limited pressing]
    LP: 2003 UK (Artful; AFL 15) [limited pressing]

        A - 6.55    Drive
            5.25    Broken Furniture
            4.03    Crash and Burn
            5.00    Sex Video
        B - 6.12    Sidewalking
            5.14    UltraViolet/InfraRed
            6.45    Dust and Light
            5.10    Ray 1/Ray 2

 

Note: Only 1000 copies of LP were produced, although it wasn`t a limited edition. First went on

      sale at the Scala, London, on the last date of John & Louis «Crash and Burn» UK tour 2003.

    CD: 2003 UK (Metamatic; META 005 CD)
    CD: 2003 UK (Artful; AFL 35)

            6.55    Drive
            5.09    Cinema
            5.25    Broken Furniture
            4.03    Crash and Burn
            4.10    Once in a While
            5.00    Sex Video
            6.12    Sidewalking
            5.14    UltraViolet/InfraRed
            4.46    SheRobot
            6.45    Dust and Light
            5.10    Ray 1/Ray 2
            7.11    Smoke

 

  [Credits:

    John Foxx (Synths, Vocals)

    Louis Gordon (Synths)

    All songs written by John & Louis.

    Recorded at Metamatic Mobile (London and Manchester), Louis Gordon Longwave (London) and Surf

Studios (Newquay).

    Engineered by Louis Gordon. Mastered by Roger Lyons at Ground Zero, Buxton.

    Sleeve designed by John Foxx and Paul Agar.]
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John Foxx and Harold Budd: Translucence + Drift Music
  [August 2003] double album

   DCD: 2003 UK (Edsel; MEDCD 727)

  [1st CD - Translucence:]
            5.59    Subtext
            6.20    Spoken Roses
            1.40    Momentary Architecture
            3.03    Adult
            3.54    Long Light
            2.41    A Change in the Weather
            3.57    Here and Now
            2.30    Almost Overlooked
            5.25    Implicit
            7.08    Raindust
            1.33    Missing Person
            3.24    You Again
  [2nd CD - Drift Music:]
            3.15    Sunlit Silhouette
            1.56    The Other Room
            4.16    Some Way Through All the Cities
            3.43    Stepping Sideways
            7.13    A Delicate Romance
            1.58    Linger
            3.06    Curtains Blowing
            1.50    Weather Patterns
            5.01    Coming into Focus
            6.54    After All This Time
            1.33    Someone Almost There
            2.45    Resonant Frequency
            1.16    Avenue of Trees
            6.05    Underwater Flowers
            1.25    Arriving
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John Foxx and Louis Gordon: The Drive EP
  [September 2003] maxi-single

   CDM: 2003 UK (Metamatic/Artful; META 006 CD) [limited edition]

            4.13    Drive (single edit)
            4.02    Broken Furniture (radio edit)
            6.11    Underwater Dreamsex
            9.22    Making Movies
            4.48    Your Shadow
            5.25    Broken Furniture
            6.55    Drive

 

  [Credits:

    John Foxx (Synths, Vocals)

    Louis Gordon (Synths)

    All songs written by Foxx & Gordon.

    Recorded at Metamatic Mobile (London and Manchester), Ground Zero. Mixed at Longwave.

    Engineered by Louis Gordon. Mastered by Ian Gager at RPM.

    Designed by Paul Agar Management: David McGeachie at Zeall.]

Note: Only 1500 copies pressed. Has been available by mail order and also directly at Foxx live
      shows in UK.
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John Foxx: Mr. No
  [December 2004] single

    EP: 2004 UK (EMI/New Religion; REG 113)

        A - 3.12    Mr. No (original version)
        B - 7.56    Mr. No (Joakim remix)

Note: This is one in a series of releases which bring together «Hard to find 80`s electronic
      classics [which have been] remastered and updated».
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John Foxx: Cathedral Oceans 3
  [August 2005] album


    CD: 2005 UK (Metamatic/Artful; META 007 CD)

 

            4.09    Oceanic

            2.39    Through Gardens Overgrown

            5.48    Spiral Overture

            5.01    The Shadow of a Woman`s Hand

            0.35    Radial Harmonics

            4.31    Serene Velocity

            4.04    Fog Structures

            4.20    Eternity Sunrise

            4.44    Harmonia mundi

            4.47    City of Endless Stairways

            6.56    In Rising Light

            6.35    Metanym

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John Foxx: Tiny Colour Movies

  [June 2006] album

 

    CD: 2006 UK (Metamatic/Artful; META 009 CD)

 

            3.35    Stray Sinatra Neurone

            2.54    Lost New York

            7.22    Kurfurstendamm

            4.22    Skyscraper

            2.50    The Projectionist

            6.01    Looped Los Angeles

            0.56    Points of Departure

            2.58    X-Ray Vision

            2.26    Smokescreen

            2.49    Underwater Automobiles

            2.33    A Peripheral Character

            2.21    Shadow City

            0.42    Interlude

            2.17    Thought Experiment

            3.35    Hand Held Skies

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John Foxx and Louis Gordon: From Trash

  [November 2006] album

 

    CD: 2006 UK (Metamatic; META 012 CD)

 

            4.35    From Trash

            3.58    Freeze Frame

            5.02    Your Kisses Burn

            3.47    Another You

            5.29    Impossible

            3.16    Never Let Me Go

            4.41    A Room as Big as a City

            6.23    A Million Cars

            5.00    Friendly Fire

            4.06    The One Who Walks Through You

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John Foxx and Louis Gordon: Sideways

  [December 2006] album

 

   DCD: 2006 UK (Metamatic; META 013 CD) [limited edition]

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Midge Ure: No Regrets
  [June 1982] single

Charts: [UK #9] [IE #11] [NZ #35] [AU #53]

    SP: 1982 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 2618)
    SP: 1982 AU (Chrysalis; K 8781)
    EP: 1982 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 12-2618) [different ps to the 7”]

        A - 4.00    No Regrets
        B - 3.29    Mood Music
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Midge Ure: The Man Who Sold the World
  [1982] split promo single

    SP: 1982 UK (A&M; PARTY 3) [promo]

        A - 5.50    The Man Who Sold the World [by Midge Ure]
        B - 3.07    Band of Gold [by Modern Romance]

 

Note: This is a song from the coundtrack to a movie «Party Party», a great cover version of one of

      the famous David Bowie songs.
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Midge Ure and Mick Karn: After a Fashion
  [June 1983] single

Charts: [UK #39]

    SP: 1983 UK (MusicFest/Chrysalis; FEST 1)
    SP: 1983 DE (Virgin Schallplatten GmbH; 105.593-100)

        A - 3.57    After a Fashion
        B - 3.25    Textures

    EP: 1983 UK (MusicFest/Chrysalis; FESTX 1)
    EP: 1983 DE (Virgin Schallplatten GmbH; 600.932)

        A - 5.43    After a Fashion (extended version)
        B - 3.25    Textures

    EP: 1983 JP (Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI; WWS 27006) [ps with obi-strip]

        A - 3.57    After a Fashion (original version)
        B - 5.43    After a Fashion (extended version)
            3.25    Textures

 

  [Credits:

    Produced by Midge Ure and Mick Karn.

    Engineered by John Hudson.

    Designed by «Peter Saville Associates». Photography by Linda McCartney.]
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Midge Ure: If I Was
  [September 1985] single

Charts: [IE #1] [PL #1] [UK #1] [DE #2] [AT #6] [SE #6] [NZ #8] [BE #9] [AU #10] [CA #13] [CH #16]

        [NL #16]

    SP: 1985 UK (Chrysalis; URE 1) [also released on clear vinyl]
    SP: 1985 AU (Chrysalis; K 9810)
    SP: 1985 CA (Chrysalis; CHS 42905) [back-to-front ps]
    SP: 1985 DE (Chrysalis; 107.667-100)
    SP: 1985 ES (Chrysalis; CHS 2905)
    SP: 1985 FR (Chrysalis; 107.667 AE 140)
    SP: 1985 JP (Chrysalis; WWS 17583) [with lyrics]

        A - 4.46    If I Was (single edit)
        B - 2.25    Piano

    SP: 1985 US (Chrysalis; VS 4-42905) [double A-side white label promo]

        A - 4.46    If I Was (single edit)
       AA - 4.46    If I Was (single edit)

    EP: 1985 UK (Chrysalis; UREX 1) [also released on clear vinyl]
    EP: 1985 AU (Chrysalis; X 14240) [limited edition]
    EP: 1985 DE (Chrysalis; 601.958-213)
    EP: 1985 FR (Chrysalis; 601.958 AE 180)

        A - 6.45    If I Was (extended mix)
        B - 2.25    Piano
            5.35    The Man Who Sold the World (new version)

 

Note: The «new version» of «The Man Who Sold the World» is actually exactly the same as the

      «original version» recorded in 1982 for the various artists soundtrack to the movie «Party,

      Party». By the way, it`s a cover version of the classic David Bowie song - in case you didn`t

      know yet.

    EP: 1985 US (Chrysalis; VAS 2257) [promo]

        A - 4.46    If I Was (single edit)
        B - 5.20    If I Was (album version)
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Midge Ure: Special Sampler
  [1985] promo sampler

    EP: 1985 CA (Chrysalis; MUP 8612) [promo]

        A - 6.45    If I Was (club mix)
            4.06    Antilles
        B - 4.15    That Certain Smile
            4.34    Living in the Past

Note: The record is divided on club side (A) and radio side (B).
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Midge Ure: The Gift
  [October 1985] album

Charts: [UK #2] [DE #28] [CA #32]

    LP: 1985 UK (Chrysalis; CHR 1508) [textured sleeve with lyric inner]
    LP: 1985 AU (Chrysalis; RML 53186)
    LP: 1985 CA (Chrysalis; CHS 41508) [with insert]
    LP: 1985 DE (Chrysalis; 207.088-620)
    LP: 1985 FR (Chrysalis; 207.088 AE 280)
    LP: 1985 JP (Chrysalis; WWS 81739) [with obi-strip and insert]
    LP: 1985 NZ (Chrysalis; RML 53186) [with insert]
    LP: 1985 US (Chrysalis; BFV 41508)
    MC: 1985 UK (Chrysalis; ZCHR 1508)
    MC: 1985 DE (Chrysalis; 407.088-652)
    MC: 1985 FR (Chrysalis; 407.088 AE 480)

        A - 5.20    If I Was
            4.05    When the Winds Blow
            4.34    Living in the Past
            4.15    That Certain Smile
            4.58    The Gift
        B - 4.07    Antilles
            4.23    Wastelands
            3.24    Edo
            4.44    The Chieftain
            4.14    She Cried
            1.44    The Gift (reprise)

Notes: Some copies of UK LP were autographed. Also limited run of the album came with poster.
       In UK was also released a book «The Gift». It was A4-sized 40-page songbook with pic-cover
       and included 1-page feature on the album plus the sheet music for the 10 album tracks,
       illustrated with full-page black-and-white photos.
       US Chrysalis 1986 press pack for this LP included press release plus 8”x10” black-and-white
       publicity photograph in custom title folder.

    CD: 1985 UK (Chrysalis; CCD 1508)
    CD: 1985 US (Chrysalis; VK 41508)

            5.19    If I Was
            4.05    When the Winds Blow
            4.34    Living in the Past
            4.07    That Certain Smile
            4.51    The Gift (For C.R. Mackintosh)
            4.06    Antilles
            4.21    Wastelands
            3.23    Edo
            4.43    The Chieftain
            4.12    She Cried
            1.43    The Gift (reprise)

 

  [Credits:

    Midge Ure (Vocals, Instrumentation)

    Mark King (Bass Guitar on «If I Was», «Living in the Past» and «The Chieftain»)

    Nigel Ross-Scott (Bass Guitar on «That Certain Smile» and «She Cried»)

    Lindsay Elliott (Drums on «That Certain Smile»)

    Mark Brzezicki (Drums on «Wastelands»)

    Paul Mosby (Mizmar on «She Cried»)

    Glenn Gregory (Backing Vocals on «Antilles»)

    Backing Vocals on «That Certain Smile» and «Wastelands» - Mae McKenna, Lorenza Johnson, Jackie

Challenor.

    All songs written by Midge Ure except «If I Was», «When the Winds Blow», «That Certain Smile»,

«Wastelands» and «She Cried» written by Ure/Mitchell, «Living in the Past» written by Ian Anderson.

    Produced by Midge Ure.

    Recorded at MusicFest Studio, London. Engineered by Rik Walton.

    Mixed at Air Studios, Montserrat, West Indies. Engineered by Brian Tench.

    Photography by George Hurrell, original design by Peter Saville Associates.]
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Midge Ure: That Certain Smile
  [November 1985] single

Charts: [IE #25] [UK #28] [DE #54]

    SP: 1985 UK (Chrysalis; URE 2) [also released on clear vinyl in gatefold ps]
    SP: 1985 DE (Chrysalis; 107.854)
    SP: 1985 NZ (Chrysalis; K 9887) [stamped test pressing]
    SP: 1985 ZA (Chrysalis; PD 2441)
    PD: 1985 UK (Chrysalis; UREP 2) [7” picture disc] [some copies were autographed in silver marker]

        A - 3.24    That Certain Smile (single edit)
        B - 4.57    The Gift (instrumental version)

    SP: 1985 CA (Chrysalis; CHS 45007) [promo]

        A - 3.24    That Certain Smile (single edit)
        B - 4.21    Wastelands

    EP: 1985 UK (Chrysalis; UREX 2)
    EP: 1985 AU (Chrysalis; X 14262)
    EP: 1985 DE (Chrysalis; 602.125-213)
    EP: 1985 FR (Chrysalis; 602.125 AE 180)

        A - 4.05    That Certain Smile
        B - 4.57    The Gift (instrumental version)
            4.44    Fade to Grey (live)

   DEP: 1985 UK (Chrysalis; UREX 2) [shrink-wrapped double pack]

  [1st EP:]
        A - 4.05    That Certain Smile
        B - 4.57    The Gift (instrumental version)
  [2nd EP:]
        A - 4.00    That Certain Smile (instrumental version)
        B - 4.44    Fade to Grey (live)
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Midge Ure: Wastelands
  [January 1986] single

Charts: [UK #46]

    SP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; URE 3) [also released on clear vinyl with gatefold lyrics ps]
    SP: 1986 DE (Chrysalis; 108.022)

        A - 4.21    Wastelands
        B - 5.44    The Chieftain/The Dancer (live)

    EP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UREX 3) [also released on clear vinyl in plastic transparent sleeve]

        A - 4.38    Wastelands (extended mix by Brian Tench)
        B - 6.01    The Chieftain/The Dancer (live)
            4.00    No Regrets

Note: «The Chieftain/The Dancer» recorded at Wembley Arena on 23/12/1985.
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Midge Ure: Call of the Wild
  [May 1986] non-album single

Charts: [UK #27]

    SP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; URE 4)
    SP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UREC 4) [clear vinyl]
    SP: 1986 NZ (Chrysalis; K 9944)

        A - 4.19    Call of the Wild
        B - 3.50    When the Wind Blows (live)

    EP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UREX 4) [also released on clear vinyl in color ps]
    EP: 1986 DE (Chrysalis; 608.337-213)

        A - 7.57    Call of the Wild (extended version)
        B - 4.03    When the Wind Blows (live)
            4.14    After a Fashion (live)

Note: «When the Wind Blows» and «After a Fashion» recorded at the Wembley Arena on 23/12/1985.

   DEP: 1986 UK (Chrysalis; UREX 4) [double pack with black-and-white ps]

  [1st EP:]
        A - 7.57    Call of the Wild (extended version)
        B - 4.03    When the Wind Blows (live)
            4.14    After a Fashion (live)
  [2nd EP:]
        A - 4.07    That Certain Smile
        B - 5.10    The Gift (instrumental version)
            4.44    Fade to Grey (live)
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Midge Ure: Answers to Nothing
  [August 1988] single

Charts: [UK #49]

    SP: 1988 UK (Chrysalis; URE 5) [also released on clear vinyl]

        A - 3.35    Answers to Nothing (single edit)
        B - 3.12    Honorare

    EP: 1988 UK (Chrysalis; UREX 5) [also issued on clear vinyl]
    EP: 1988 AU (Chrysalis; X 14620)
    EP: 1988 DE (Chrysalis; 209.303)

        A - 8.15    Answers to Nothing (extended version)
        B - 3.12    Honorare
            4.00    Oboe

   CD3: 1988 UK (Chrysalis; URECD 5) [gatefold card ps with lyrics]

            3.35    Answers to Nothing
            3.12    Honorare
            10.15   Selections from the LP «Answers to Nothing»
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Midge Ure: Answers to Nothing
  [September 1988] album

Charts: [UK #30] [US #88]

    LP: 1988 UK (Chrysalis; CHR 1649) [double sleeve with inner]
    LP: 1988 AU (Chrysalis; L 38906) [with lyric inner]
    LP: 1988 BR (Chrysalis; 177138)
    LP: 1988 CA (Chrysalis; CHS 41649) [with inner]
    LP: 1988 DE (Chrysalis; 209.303-8) [with lyric sleeve]
    LP: 1988 US (Chrysalis; FV 41649) [with inner]
    LP: 1988 ZA (Chrysalis; STARL 5541) [different ps]
    MC: 1988 UK (Chrysalis; ZCHR 1649)
    MC: 1988 DE (Chrysalis; 409.303)
    MC: 1988 US (Chrysalis; FTV 41649)

        A - 4.34    Answers to Nothing
            3.05    Take Me Home
            5.55    Sister and Brother (duet with Kate Bush)
            5.00    Dear God
            4.16    The Leaving
        B - 4.39    Just for You
            4.05    Hell to Heaven
            4.53    Lied
            4.41    Homeland
            4.27    Remembrance Day

Notes: Some copies of UK LP were autographed on front cover in black biro.
       There was also a book «Answers to Nothing» released in UK by «Warner Chappell Co». It was a
       60-page songbook with full lyrics and chord notation, including 1-page introduction to the
       album with individual notes for each track by Midge and illustrated with several full-page
       pictures plus colour fold-out poster.

    CD: 1988 UK (Chrysalis; CCD 1649)
    CD: 1988 AU (Chrysalis; D 38906) [jewel case ps]
    CD: 1988 CA (Chrysalis; VKX 41649)
    CD: 1988 DE (Chrysalis; 259.303)
    CD: 1988 JP (Chrysalis; CP 32-5687) [promo sample CD]
    CD: 1988 US (Chrysalis; VK 41649) [standard CD case]
    CD: 1990 US (Capitol; CAP 216492)

            4.34    Answers to Nothing
            3.05    Take Me Home
            5.55    Sister and Brother (duet with Kate Bush)
            4.59    Dear God
            4.16    The Leaving (So Long)
            4.39    Just for You
            4.05    Hell to Heaven
            4.53    Lied
            4.41    Homeland
            4.27    Remembrance Day

 

  [Credits:

    Midge Ure (Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Programming)
    Craig Armstrong (Piano on «Sister and Brother»)
    Mark Brzezicki (Drums on «Answers to Nothing», «Dear God», «Just for You» and «Remembrance Day»)
    Steve Brzezicki (Bass Guitar on «Take Me Home», «Dear God» and «Lied»)
    Mick Karn (Bass Guitar on «Remembrance Day»)
    Robbie Kilgore (Additional Keyboards on all tracks except «The Leaving (So Long)» and «Lied»)
    Mark King (Bass Guitar on «Answers to Nothing», «Sister and Brother» and «Just for You»)

    Backing Vocal Choir on «Sister and Brother» - Ali and Robin Campbell, Carol Douet and Yona

Dunsford.

    All songs written by Midge Ure.

    Produced by Midge Ure. Co-produced and engineered by Rik Walton.

    Mixed by Bob Clearmountain except «Sister and Brother» mixed by John Hudson.]
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Midge Ure: Dear God
  [November 1988] single

Charts: [AU #36] [UK #55] [US #95]

    SP: 1988 UK (Chrysalis; URE 6) [also released on clear vinyl]
    SP: 1988 AU (Chrysalis; K 634)
    SP: 1988 CA (Chrysalis; 43319)
    SP: 1988 DE (Chrysalis; 111.817) [plus infosheet]
    SP: 1988 US (Chrysalis; VS 4-43319)
    MC: 1988 US (Chrysalis; VST 43319) [picture box]

        A - 5.00    Dear God
        B - 4.38    Music #1

    SP: 1988 US (Chrysalis; VS 4-43319) [double A-side DJ white label promo]

        A - 5.00    Dear God
       AA - 5.00    Dear God

    EP: 1988 UK (Chrysalis; UREX 6) [blue title ps]
    EP: 1988 AU (Chrysalis; X 13350) [limited edition]
    EP: 1988 DE (Chrysalis; 661.817-211)
    EP: 1988 FR (Chrysalis; 661.817 RC 620)

        A - 8.00    Dear God (extended version)
        B - 4.38    Music #1

  LEEP: 1988 UK (Chrysalis; UREXL 6) [limited edition 12”]

        A - 8.00    Dear God (extended version)
        B - 4.38    Music #1
            4.57    All Fall Down (live)
            3.18    Strange Brew (live)

Notes: Came with 10”x8” black-and-white photograph of Midge.

       The two live tracks were recorded at a «secret» show at the Venue, Edinburgh, on 21st November

       of 1988. The show was originally advertised as «The Flying Brzezicki Brothers» but news leaked

       out several days beforehand that it was in fact Midge Ure under an alias.

    MC: 1988 UK (Chrysalis; UREX 6) [promo] [with custom-printed title insert]

        A - 5.00    Dear God
            4.38    Music #1
        B - 8.00    Dear God (extended version)

   CD5: 1988 UK (Chrysalis; URECD 6) [in round metal tin]

            5.00    Dear God
            4.41    Music #1
            4.25    Remembrance Day

   CD5: 1988 DE (Chrysalis; 661.817-6)

            8.07    Dear God (extended version)
            4.41    Music #1
            4.25    Remembrance Day
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Midge Ure: Just for You
  [1989] promo single

    EP: 1989 US (Chrysalis; SPRO 23387) [double A-sided promo] [custom ps]

        A - 4.26    Just for You
       AA - 4.26    Just for You

Notes: Both tracks are album versions from «Answers to Nothing» LP.

       Design for this release was a custom sleeve that included seven reviews printed on front,

       and tour schedule and dates on the back.
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Midge Ure and Kate Bush: Sister and Brother
  [March 1989] unreleased single

    SP: 1989 UK (Chrysalis; URE 7)

        A - 4.12    Sister and Brother (single edit)
        B - 5.26    Dear God (live)

    EP: 1989 UK (Chrysalis; UREX 7)

        A - 5.55    Sister and Brother
        B - 5.26    Dear God (live)
            5.10    Just for You (live)

   CD5: 1989 UK (Chrysalis; URECD 7)

            5.55    Sister and Brother
            5.26    Dear God (live)
            5.10    Just for You (live)

Note: «Dear God» and «Just for You» recorded live at a «secret» show at the Venue, Edinburgh, on

      21st November of 1988.
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Midge Ure: Cold, Cold Heart
  [August 1991] single

Charts: [UK #17] [IE #21] [AT #26] [DE #47]

    SP: 1991 UK (BMG Arista; 114.555) [«Arista» injection label]

        A - 4.05    Cold, Cold Heart (single version)
        B - 2.46    Flowers

 

    MC: 1991 UK (BMG Arista; 411.920)

        A - 4.05    Cold, Cold Heart (single version)
            2.46    Flowers

        B - 4.05    Cold, Cold Heart (single version)
            2.46    Flowers

    EP: 1991 UK (BMG Arista; 614.555)

        A - 4.05    Cold, Cold Heart (single version)
        B - 2.46    Flowers
            3.11    Supernatural

   CD3: 1991 JP (RCA Victor; BVDA 30)
   CD5: 1991 UK (BMG Arista; 664.555)

            4.05    Cold, Cold Heart (single version)
            2.46    Flowers
            3.11    Supernatural

   CD5: 1991 US (RCA; RDJ 62216) [promo]

            3.50    Cold, Cold Heart (AC mix)
            4.30    Cold, Cold Heart (album version)

   CD5: 1991 US (RCA; RDJ 62033-2) [promo]

            4.05    Cold, Cold Heart (fade version) [=single version]
            4.30    Cold, Cold Heart

Note: There was a sheet music for UK release of this single. A 8-page booklet with color picture
      cover, it included lyrics and chords for the songs. Published by «Warner Chappell Music Ltd.»
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Midge Ure: Pure
  [August 1991] promo sampler

    CD: 1991 UK (BMG Arista; MIJD 1) [promo]
    MC: 1991 UK (BMG Arista; MIJC 1) [promo]

            4.30    Cold, Cold Heart
            3.43    Pure Love
            5.25    Rising
            3.31    Light in Your Eyes
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Midge Ure: Pure
  [September 1991] album

Charts: [UK #36]

    LP: 1991 UK (BMG Arista; 211.922)
    LP: 1991 AR (Arista; TLP 90280) [promo]
    LP: 1991 MX (BMG; LAP 068) [promo stamped sleeve with insert]
    LP: 1991 ZA (Arista; ASTD 237)

        A - 5.42    I See Hope (in the Morning Light)
            4.30    Cold, Cold Heart
            3.43    Pure Love
            3.56    Sweet`n`Sensitive Thing
            6.22    Let It Go?
        B - 5.25    Rising
            3.31    Light in Your Eyes
            5.00    Little One
            4.30    Hands Around My Heart
            2.49    Tumbling Down

    MC: 1991 CA (BMG; 810.104)
    MC: 1991 DE (BMG Arista; 411.922)
    MC: 1991 US (RCA; 610.104)
    CD: 1991 UK (BMG Arista; 261.922)
    CD: 1991 AU (BMG Import; 4321585462)
    CD: 1991 DE (BMG Arista; 159.663)
    CD: 1991 US (RCA; 610.102)


            5.42    I See Hope (in the Morning Light)
            4.31    Cold, Cold Heart
            3.44    Pure Love
            3.58    Sweet`n`Sensitive Thing
            6.24    Let It Go?
            5.25    Rising
            3.32    Light in Your Eyes
            5.00    Little One
            4.31    Hands Around My Heart
            4.32    Waiting Days
            2.48    Tumbling Down

    CD: 1991 JP (Arista; BVCA 125) [with bonus tracks]

            5.42    I See Hope (in the Morning Light)
            4.30    Cold, Cold Heart
            3.43    Pure Love
            3.56    Sweet`n`Sensitive Thing
            6.22    Let It Go?
            5.25    Rising
            3.31    Light in Your Eyes
            5.00    Little One
            4.30    Hands Around My Heart
            4.32    Waiting Days
            2.49    Tumbling Down

  [Bonus Tracks:]

            2.46    Flowers
            3.11    Supernatural

Notes: Some copies of UK LP were autographed by Midge on front picture cover in blue biro pen.
       UK promo-only item for this album was a box-set that included CD, promo cassette-sampler and
       biography booklet. Presented in die-cut slipcase box.
       US promo-only item for this album was «RCA» press pack, including 3-page press release plus
       10x8 black-and-white publicity photo, in custom-printed «Warner» folder.

  [Trivia: Spanish title of «Pure» is «Puro»]
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Midge Ure: I See Hope (in the Morning Light)
  [October 1991] single

    SP: 1991 UK (BMG Arista; 114.883)

        A - 4.22    I See Hope (in the Morning Light) (single version)
        B - 2.27    The Man I Used to Be

     MC: 1991 UK (BMG Arista; 412.307)

 

        A - 4.22    I See Hope (in the Morning Light) (single version)
            2.27    The Man I Used to Be

        B - 4.22    I See Hope (in the Morning Light) (single version)
            2.27    The Man I Used to Be

   EP: 1991 UK (BMG Arista; 614.883)

        A - 4.22    I See Hope (in the Morning Light) (single version)
        B - 2.27    The Man I Used to Be
            6.12    Madame de Sade (Music from the Play)

   CD5: 1991 UK (BMG Arista; 664.883)

            4.22    I See Hope (in the Morning Light) (single version)
            2.27    The Man I Used to Be
            6.12    Madame de Sade (Music from the Play)
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Midge Ure: Let It Go?
  [1992] single

   CD5: 1992 DE (BMG Arista; 665.296)

            6.22    Let It Go?
            5.26    Dear God (live)
            5.10    Just for You (live)
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Midge Ure and Ultravox: If I Was - The Very Best of Midge Ure and Ultravox
  [February 1993] compilation

Charts: [UK #10]

    LP: 1993 UK (Chrysalis; CHR 1987)
    CD: 1993 UK (Chrysalis; CDCHR 1987)
    CD: 1993 US (Chrysalis; CDP 521.995)

            5.19    If I Was
            4.00    No Regrets
            3.04    Love`s Great Adventure
            4.59    Dear God
            4.05    Cold, Cold Heart (single edit)
            4.37    Vienna (single edit)
            4.19    Call of the Wild
            3.57    After a Fashion
            4.08    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes (single edit)
            5.06    All Fall Down
            3.18    Yellow Pears (with Phil Lynott)
            3.45    Fade to Grey (single edit)
            3.41    Reap the Wild Wind
            3.35    Answers to Nothing (single edit)
            3.45    Do They Know It`s Christmas?
            4.07    That Certain Smile

 

   VHS: 1993 UK (Chrysalis; 7 2434 91097 3 5) [video compilation]


            4.05    If I Was (Midge Ure)
            3.18    Love`s Great Adventure (Ultravox)
            4.58    Dear God (Midge Ure)
            4.09    Cold, Cold Heart (Midge Ure)
            4.59    Vienna (Ultravox)
            3.46    Call of the Wild (Midge Ure)
            4.24    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes (Ultravox)
            3.21    That Certain Smile (Midge Ure)
            4.34    All Fall Down (Ultravox)
            3.45    Fade to Grey (Visage)
            4.36    Reap the Wild Wind (Ultravox)
            3.33    Answers to Nothing (Midge Ure)
            4.05    Do They Know It`s Christmas? (Band Aid)
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Midge Ure: Breathe
  [May 1996] single

Charts: [UK #70]

    MC: 1996 UK (BMG Arista; 371.174)

        A - 4.06    Breathe (radio edit)
            2.43    Cold, Cold Heart (live)

        B - 4.06    Breathe (radio edit)
            2.43    Cold, Cold Heart (live)


   CD5: 1996 UK (BMG Arista; 371.172)

            4.07    Breathe (radio edit)
            3.45    No Regrets (live)
            2.43    Cold, Cold Heart (live)
            2.34    Trail of Tears (live)

Note: Live tracks recorded at Maidstone, England, on «Out Alone» tour show on 19th of May 1993.

   CD5: 1996 DE (BMG Arista; 353.212) [custom ps]

            4.06    Breathe (radio edit)
            3.58    Breathe (live)
            3.12    Man of the World (live)

 

Note: Live tracks recorded at Hazlitt Theatre, Maidstone, Kent (England), on «Out Alone» tour show

      on Wednesday, 19th of May 1993, mixed by Roy Spong.
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Midge Ure: Breathe
  [April 1996] promo sampler

    MC: 1996 US (RCA; RCDJ 68641-4) [promo] [sealed picture box]
        4 tracks
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Midge Ure: Breathe
  [May 1996] album

Charts: [AT #10] [CH #22] [DE #63] [UK #95]

    CD: 1996 UK (BMG Arista; 7432 1 34629 2)
    CD: 1996 JP (BMG Arista; BVCA 693) [ps with obi-strip]
    CD: 1996 US (RCA Victor; RCA 34629)
    CD: 1998 DE (BMG Arista; 7432 1 54709 2) [reissue with different ps]
    MC: 1996 DE (BMG Arista; 7432 1 34629 4)

            4.28    Breathe
            4.32    Fields of Fire
            3.53    Fallen Angel
            4.43    Free
            4.44    Guns and Arrows
            3.58    Lay My Body Down
            3.38    Sinnerman
            4.21    Live Forever
            3.38    Trail of Tears
            4.04    May Your Good Lord
            4.45    The Maker

    CD: 1998 JP (BMG Arista; BVCA 750) [reissue with lyric booklet and extra track]

            5.05    Breathe
            4.43    Fields of Fire
            7.35    Fallen Angel
            6.01    Free
            7.48    Guns and Arrows
            9.59    Lay My Body Down
            8.01    Sinnerman
            5.40    Live Forever
            6.57    Trail of Tears
            7.41    May Your Good Lord
            7.41    The Maker
  [Extra Track:]
            3.59    Breathe (live)
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Midge Ure: The Gift
  [July 1996] album reissue

    CD: 1996 UK (EMI Gold; CDGOLD 1045) [with bonus tracks]
    CD: 1996 DE (EMI; 7243 8 52963 2)

            5.22    If I Was
            4.07    When the Winds Blow
            4.35    Living in the Past
            4.08    That Certain Smile
            4.59    The Gift
            4.08    Antilles
            4.40    Wastelands
            3.24    Edo
            4.45    The Chieftain
            4.12    She Cried
            1.44    The Gift (reprise)
  [Bonus Tracks:]
            3.30    Mood Music
            2.28    Piano
            5.37    The Man Who Sold the World (new version)
            5.11    The Gift (instrumental)
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Midge Ure: Guns and Arrows
  [November 1996] single

Charts: [UK #166]

    MC: 1996 UK (BMG Arista; 423.164)

        A - 3.38    Guns and Arrows (radio edit)
            3.29    Trail of Tears (demo)

        B - 3.38    Guns and Arrows (radio edit)
            3.29    Trail of Tears (demo)

   CD5: 1996 UK (BMG Arista; 423.162)

            3.37    Guns and Arrows (radio edit)
            3.29    Trail of Tears (demo)
            4.28    Tor
            3.12    Man of the World (live)

   CD5: 1996 DE (BMG Arista; 407.602)

            3.38    Guns and Arrows (radio edit)
            4.21    Live Forever
            2.43    Cold, Cold Heart (live)
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Midge Ure: If I Was
  [May 1997] compilation

    CD: 1997 NL (Disky Communications/EMI; DC 868.792)

            4.45    If I Was
            4.17    That Certain Smile
            4.08    When the Winds Blow
            4.35    Living in the Past
            4.41    Wastelands
            4.08    Antilles
            4.59    The Gift
            3.40    Answers to Nothing
            4.27    Remembrance Day
            5.55    Sister and Brother
            4.05    Hell to Heaven
            3.05    Take Me Home
            4.41    Homeland
            3.24    Edo

Note: This mid-price release is a compilation of tracks from the «Chrysalis» years. Most of the

      songs presented in their album versions. Intended as an introduction to Midge solo work.
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Midge Ure: Breathe
  [December 1997] single reissue

Charts: [AT #1] [IT #1] [ES #2] [DE #12] [CH #17] [FR #24]

   CD5: 1997 DE (BMG Arista; 7432 1 54277 2) [different ps]
   CD5: 1997 ES (BMG Arista; 7432 1 54278 2)
   CD5: 1998 EU (BMG Arista; 7432 1 55184 2) [card ps]

            4.06    Breathe (radio edit)
            3.58    Breathe (live)

   CD5: 1997 DE (Arista; 213.532-12)

            4.09    Breathe (radio edit)
            3.59    Breathe (live)
            3.11    Man of the World (live)

Note: The single reissued after the song «Breathe» was featured as the soundtrack to the «Swatch»
      watches TV advert in 1997-1999 - «How long is a Swatch minute?» Both the album and single
      were re-released with «Swatchfield» artwork.

  SCD5: 1998 DE (BMG Arista; 7432 1 55263 2) [limited edition shaped disc]

            4.06    Breathe (single version)
            3.58    Breathe (live version)
            4.28    Breathe (album version)

Note: This shaped CD5 issued as part of «Swatch Club Membership» - «Lucky 7» membership pack.

   CD3: 1998 JP (Arista; BVDA 104) [green-and-white snap pack ps]

            4.06    Breathe (radio edit)
            3.58    Breathe (live)
            4.04    May Your Good Lord

   CD5: 1998 US (RCA Victor; RCDJ 68553-2)

            4.06    Breathe (radio edit)
            3.58    Breathe (live)
            4.32    Fields of Fire
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Midge Ure: Fields of Fire
  [May 1998] single

   CD5: 1998 DE (BMG Arista; 7432 1 58085 2) [with tour insert and sticker]

            3.52    Fields of Fire (radio edit)
            4.27    Tor
            2.43    Cold, Cold Heart (live)
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Midge Ure: Free
  [1998] promo single

   CD5: 1998 IT (BMG/Ricordi; 7432 156.910 2) [Italian-only radio promo]

            4.00    Free (radio edit)
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Midge Ure: Answers to Nothing
  [September 1998] album reissue

    CD: 1998 UK (EMI Gold; 7243 496.824 2 9) [with bonus tracks]
    CD: 2000 UK (EMI; CDX 496.824-2) [with bonus tracks]

            4.35    Answers to Nothing
            3.05    Take Me Home
            5.54    Sister and Brother (duet with Kate Bush)
            5.00    Dear God
            4.16    The Leaving (So Long)
            4.37    Just for You
            4.04    Hell to Heaven
            4.53    Lied
            4.42    Homeland
            4.28    Remembrance Day
  [Bonus Tracks:]
            3.12    Honorare
            4.02    Oboe
            4.41    Music #1
            4.12    Sister and Brother (single edit)
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Midge Ure: Live in Concert
  [October 1999] live recording

    CD: 1999 UK (Strange Fruit; SFRSCD 086)

            4.02    Dancing with Tears in My Eyes
            4.12    Pure Love
            2.57    Lament
            3.04    Light in Your Eyes
            5.03    Dear God
            3.10    Love`s Great Adventure
            4.24    The Leaving (So Long)
            4.49    All Fall Down
            5.26    Vienna
            5.01    I See Hope in the Morning Light
            4.42    Rising
            3.03    The Chieftain
            5.12    Cold, Cold Heart

Note: This is a recording of a «Pure tour» show that took place on 12th November of 1991 at the
      Manchester Apollo. It was originally recorded for BBC Radio 1`s Richard Skinner programme.
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Midge Ure: You Move Me
  [August 2000] promo single

   CD5: 2000 EU (BMG Arista; 7432 1 77953 2) [advance promo] [custom title ps]
   CD5: 2001 US (Koch International; KOC-CD 8281) [radio promo] [custom ps]

            4.06    You Move Me (radio edit)
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Midge Ure: No Regrets
  [September 2000] rarities compilation

    CD: 2000 UK (EMI Gold; 7243 5 28562 2 0)

            4.02    No Regrets
            4.00    After a Fashion
            3.24    Textures
            4.52    If I Was (single edit)
            5.40    The Man Who Sold the World
            3.24    That Certain Smile (single edit)
            4.21    Wastelands (single edit)
            4.20    Call of the Wild
            3.37    Answers to Nothing
            4.45    Fade to Grey (live)
            4.03    When the Winds Blow (live)
            4.18    After a Fashion (live)
            5.44    The Chieftain/The Dancer (live)
            4.51    All Fall Down (live)
            3.18    Strange Brew (live)
            5.26    Dear God (live)
            5.10    Just for You (live)
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Midge Ure: Move Me
  [September 2000] album

    CD: 2000 DE (BMG Arista; 7432 2 17729 0 2)
    CD: 2001 UK (Curb; CURCD 100) [different ps]
    CD: 2001 US (Koch International; 0099923828129)
    MC: 2000 DE (BMG Arista; 7432 2 17729 0 4)

            5.37    You Move Me
            4.53    Beneath a Spielberg Sky
            3.44    Words
            4.45    Strong
            4.54    Let Me Go
            5.11    Alone
            3.03    Monster
            4.59    Absolution Sometime!
            5.19    Refugee Song
            4.47    Four
            5.52    Somebody

    CD: 2000 DE (BMG Arista; 7432 1 7729 0 2) [German-only limited edition] [with bonus tracks]

            5.38    You Move Me
            4.54    Beneath a Spielberg Sky
            3.44    Words
            4.45    Strong
            4.54    Let Me Go
            5.12    Alone
            3.04    Monster
            4.59    Absolution Sometime!
            5.19    The Refugee Song
            4.47    Four
            5.52    Somebody
  [Bonus Tracks:]
            3.59    Higher
            3.40    Fallen Angel (live)
            4.05    Call of the Wild (live)

 

  [Credits:

    Made by Midge Ure.

    Recorded and mixed at the Environment, Bath. Mixing engineer - Bruno Elingham.

    Mastered at Loud Mastering by John Dent.

    Designed by Adam S. Wahler, «A to A Graphics», NYC. All photographs by Phil Oatley.]
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Midge Ure: Beneath a Spielberg Sky
  [June 2001] single

   CD5: 2001 UK (Curb; CUBC 70) [with promo info stickered case]

            3.59    Beneath the Spielberg Sky (sunset mix by 2Hype)
            4.52    Beneath the Spielberg Sky (album mix)

 

Note: There was a promo single, which had the same catalogue number but only included «Beneath the

      Spielberg Sky (sunset mix)».
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Midge Ure: Move on
  [May 2001] limited edition album

    CD: 2001 UK (Curb; CURCD 100) [different ps] [with extra «radio session» tracks and a video]

            5.37    You Move Me
            4.53    Beneath a Spielberg Sky
            3.44    Words
            4.45    Strong
            4.54    Let Me Go
            5.11    Alone
            3.03    Monster
            4.59    Absolution Sometime!
            5.19    The Refugee Song
            4.47    Four
            5.50    Somebody
  [Extra Tracks:]
            2.54    You Move Me
            3.45    Alone
            4.28    Let Me Go
  [Video:]
            4.06    You Move Me

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Phil Lynott: Yellow Pearl

  [March 1981] single

 

Charts: [UK #56]

 

    SP: 1981 UK (Phonogram; SOLO 3) [1st single release] [yellow titled ps]

    SP: 1981 FR (Vertigo; 6059 401) [yellow/grey «Phil with guitar» sleeve]\

 

        A - 2.58    Yellow Pearl (single edit)

        B - 4.00    Girls

 

    EP: 1981 UK (Phonogram; SOLO 3-12)

    EP: 1981 DE (Vertigo; 6059 402)

 

        A - 4.30    Yellow Pearl (extended = full version)

        B - 4.00    Girls

 

  [Credits for «Yellow Pearl»:

    Philip Lynott (Vocals, Vocoder, Bass and Rhythm Guitars, Mini Moog, Percussion)

    Midge Ure (Mini Moog, String Machine, ARP Synthesizer)

    Billy Currie (ARP synthesizer)

    Rusty Egan (Drums)

    Laureen (Female Voice)]

 

Note: This is a song originally written by Midge Ure and Thin Lizzy`s vocalist Phil Lynott during

      Lizzy Japanese tour in 1979 as an experiment with electronics. Midge then rehearsed it with

      Ultravox, but unseccessfully. In 1980 the song surfaced on Phil`s first solo album «Solo in

      Soho» (with slightly different recording line-up that featured essentially the same persons

      with Brian Downey on syndrums), being produced by Lynott and Kit Woolven. This was the 1st

      single release, remixed by Midge, with drums re-recorded by Rusty Egan of Visage.

      The single stalled at No. 56 in British charts upon its initial release.

 

    SP: 1981 UK (Phonogram; SOLO 3) [2nd single release] [«Top of the Pops» sleeve] [also issued

                                     on clear vinyl]

 

        A - 3.18    Yellow Pearl (remix)

        B - 4.00    Girls

 

Note: Released only in 7” format, this was the second, faster tempo remix and release for «Yellow

      Pearl» (again done by Midge) as the famous British music TV show «Top of the Pops» had chosen

      the song as its main theme. This time the single shot up the UK charts to No. 14. The line-up

      was the same as on 1st release, but Laureen`s vocal contributions were omitted.

 

    SP: 1982 ES (Vertigo; 6059 561)

 

        A - 3.18    Yellow Pearl (remix)

        B - 3.39    Together

 

  [Credits for «Together»:

    Philip Lynott (Lead and Backing Vocals)

    Midge Ure (Guitar, Keyboards, Linn Drum Machine)

    Jerome Rimson (Bass Guitar)

    Darren Wharton (Keyboards, Backing Vocals)

    Produced by Midge Ure.]

 

Note: «Together» is a second Lynott/Ure collaboration and was released in UK as a single later. It

      was also used on Irish TV for Saturday morning show «Anything Go».

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Faith Global was a duo consisting of Stevie Shears, Ultravox! guitarist in 1976-1977, and

a vocalist Jason Guy. They released a couple of records on UK indie label «Survival» in 1982-

1983, recieved mixed (from ecstatic to very bad) reaction from the music press, but sadly didn`t

achieve any commercial success and parted ways shortly afterwards.


Faith Global: Earth Report

  [1982] single


    EP: 1982 UK (Survival; SUR 12-4)


        A - 3.31    Earth Report

        B - 3.27    Coded World

            3.14    Love Seems Lost


  [Credits:

    Jason Guy (Vocals)

    Stevie Shears (Instruments)

    Adam Hart (Guitar on «Love Seems Lost»)

    Steen (Bass Guitar on «Earth Report» and «Love Seems Lost»)
    Dave Modesty (Snare on «Earth Report» and «Love Seems Lost»)
    Produced by Faith Global and Lawrence Bacall at the Bridge Studios, London.
    Sleeve designed by Tony Cooper. Photography by Patrick Holmes.]

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Helden was a side-project of Ultravox drummer Warren Cann and a keyboardist Hans Zimmer. They

recorded a concept album based on a fictitious (love) story of two spies during the World

War II, with the help of lots of session musicians and guests, such as Eddie Maelov, Ronny,

Zaine Griff, Brian Robertson and so on. They even managed to play two unique shows in London Planetarium on 1st and 2nd March of 1983.

The album called «Spies» was sheduled for release in the Autumn of 1983, but had been shelved

due to disinterest of major labels presumably feared of the project`s financial excesses (there

were also a book and a movie planned as well) and guys` unability to find the right recording

deal, so only a smattering of recorded material ever saw the light of day.

 

Helden: Stranded

  [1982] split single

 

    SP: 1982 UK (In the City; ITC 1) [fanzine release]

 

        A - 3.50    Stranded (by Helden)

        B - When It`s History (by Hoi Polloi)

 

Note: This split single was a free giveaway with «In the City» fanzine.

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Faith Global: The Same Mistakes

  [1983] album

 

    LP: 1983 UK (Survival; SURLP 3)

 

        A - 4.55    The Same Mistakes

            4.44    Forgotten Man

            2.24    Hearts and Flowers

            3.38    Knowing the Way

        B - 3.14    Love Seems Lost

            3.31    Coded World

            3.13    Yayo

            4.32    Slaves to This

            3.52    Facing Facts

 

  [Credits:

    Jason Guy (Vocals, Acoustic Guitar)
    Stevie Shears (Guitar, Synthetics, Piano, Bass Guitar)
    Graham King (Drums on A-side and also on «Coded World» and «Yayo»)
    Neil Hughes (Bass Guitar on A-side and also on «Yayo»)
    Duncan Kilburn (Saxophone on «Forgotten Man» and «Knowing the Way»)
    Steen (Bass Guitar on «Love Seems Lost»)
    Adam Hart (Guitar on «Love Seems Lost»)
    Produced by Faith Global.
    Sleeve designed by Stevie Shears. Photography by Rowland John Oxland.]
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The Bloodied Sword is a collaboration between Midge Ure and Chris Cross from Ultravox and

the poet Maxwell Langdown. This album is a kind of avantgarde poem, where Langdown reads/

shouts his strange poetry of rather obscure, mystical quality accompanied by experimental

electronic music provided by Midge and Chris. Also, Kenny Hyslop, Midge`s mate from their

Slik days, joined them on several tracks. The material was recorded in several takes

between 1979 and 1983, and eventually issued to nobody`s profit. Midge now

says that «it should have never been released».

 

The Bloodied Sword: The Bloodied Sword

  [April 1983] album

 

    LP: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; CDL 1424) [ps with fold-out lyric insert]

    MC: 1983 UK (Chrysalis; ZCDL 1424)

 

        A - 20.11   The Sword`s Theme / Sword Speaks / Gun / Propaganda Machine / Seer / The

                    Haunting / Warnings / Confrontation / Mercy / Alliance / Oceana`s Theme

        B - 21.44   One with Man / Damnation / Threats / Propaganda / The Jester`s Theme / The

                    Pageant / Soliloquy / The Sword`s Theme (Part II)

 

  [Credits:

    Words written and spoken by Maxwell Langdown.

    Music composed and performed by Midge Ure and Chris Cross.

    Manual percussion by Kenny Hyslop.

    Produced by Chris Cross, Midge Ure and Maxwell Langdown.

    Recorded in London:

1979-1980 - Rockstar Studios, engineered by Steve Messer and John Springate;

1980-1981 - Trident Studios, engineered by Stephen Stewart-Short;

1981-1983 - Mayfair Studios, engineered and mixed by John Hudson.

    Art direction by John Pasch. Illustrations by Jim Gibson.]

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Helden: Holding on

  [November 1983] single

 

    SP: 1983 UK (ZiCa; ZICA 01)

 

        A - Holding on

        B - Once Upon a Time in the...

 

    EP: 1983 UK (ZiCa; 12 ZICA 01)

 

        A - Holding on (extended version)

        B - Once Upon a Time

            2529 (planetarium version)

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Helden: Spies

  [Autumn 1983] unreleased album

 

            2.34    Once Upon a Time in the...

            4.35     The Ball

            3.55    Young and Scientific

            1.58    My Killing Hand

            4.56    Pyramids of the Reich

            0.28    Transmission

            5.22    Holding on

            2.17    Moonlight in Vermont

            4.11    2529

            5.14    On the Borderline

            7.01    Stranded

            5.44    Movies for Eva

            2.25     Eva

 

  [Credits:

    Hans Zimmer (Keyboards, Synthesizers)

    Warren Cann (Drums, Percussion, Lead & Backing Vocals)

    Hugo Vereker (Lyrics, Backing Vocals)

    Brian Robertson (Guitars)

    Brian Gulland (Sax on «Movies for Eva»)

    Graham Preskett (Electric Violin on «On the Borderline»)

    Zaine Griff & Linda Jardim (Lead Vocals)

    Ronny (Vocals on «Transmission»)

    Eddie Maelov (Vocal on «Young and Scientific»)

    Produced by Hans Zimmer / Warren Cann for «Morrison-O`Donnell Productions Ltd.»

    Recorded and engineered by Steve Rance.]

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Though not strictly a solo project, Band Aid saw a very big and important involvement and

creative input from Midge. Its history is very well-known, so I won`t repeat it here.

From all of the other Ultravox members only Chris Cross was present in the studio during the

recording, though all of them were on the «Top of the Pops» on Christmas of 1984 performing

«Do They Know It`s Christmas?» amongst other pop stars (Billy played a bontempi keyboard on

one of the balconies in the studio). Later Ultravox took part in Live Aid and it was

the last time four of them ever played together onstage...

 

Band Aid: Do They Know It`s Christmas?

  [December 1984] single

 

Charts: [AU #1] [CA #1] [CH #1] [DE #1] [IT #1] [NL #1] [NO #1] [SE #1] [UK #1] [US #13] [ZA #13]

 

    SP: 1984 UK (Mercury/Phonogram: FEED 1) [ps]
    SP: 1984 DE (Mercury/Phonogram: 880.502-7) [ps]

    SP: 1984 FR (Phonogram; 8843697) [stamped promo] [`Bob Geldof live on stage' sleeve]
    SP: 1985 US (Columbia/CBS: 38-04749) [ps]

   SPD: 1984 UK (Mercury/Phonogram: FEED P 1) [Africa/guitar neck shaped picture disc]

 

        A - 3.51    Do They Know It`s Christmas?
        B - 4.17    Feed the World

 

Note: Written by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure. Produced by Midge Ure and Trevor Horn. This single

      became the biggest-selling British single of all time until Elton John`s «Candle in the Wind»

      in 1997, and still holds the «second biggest-selling single» honour in Britain.


    SP: 1985 UK (Mercury/Phonogram: FEED 1) [reissue]

   SPD: 1985 UK (Mercury/Phonogram: FEED P 1) [shaped picture disc]

 

        A - 3.51    Do They Know It`s Christmas? (standard mix)
        B - 4.30    One Year on

 

Note: «One Year on» was recorded one year after. It includes Bob Geldof and Midge Ure reading off

      all the items that Band Aid contributed, and also some artists wishing a Merry Christmas.


    EP: 1985 UK (Mercury/Phonogram: 12 FEED 1) [ps]

    EP: 1985 CA (CBS; 12 CXP 05157) [ps]

    EP: 1985 MX (Mercury; MIX 3074) [colour ps] [tracklist on label is in both English and Spanish]
    EP: 1985 US (Columbia/CBS: 44-05157) [ps]

 

        A - 6.16    Do They Know It`s Christmas? (12” mix)
        B - 3.54    Do They Know It`s Christmas? (standard mix)

            4.17    Feed the World

 

Note: 12” mix remixed by Trevor Horn. It has the main song intermixed with various artists wishing

      you a Merry Christmas.

    EP: 1984 DE (Mercury/Phonogram: 880.502-1) [ps] [lists three tracks on sleeve]

 

        A - 6.14    Do They Know It`s Christmas? (12” mix)
        B - 4.17    Feed the World

 

    EP: 1984 US (Columbia/CBS: XXS-173151) [promo] [gold-stamped black sleeve]

 

        A - 3.54    Do They Know It`s Christmas?

            4.17    Feed the World

        B - 6.16    Do They Know It`s Christmas? (12” mix)

 

    EP: 1985 UK (Mercury/Phonogram; FEED 1-12) [ps]

 

        A - 6.14    Do They Know It`s Christmas? (12” mix)

        B - 4.30    One Year on

   CD3: 1992 JP (Mercury/Phonogram: PHDR-902) [flipcase]
   CD3: 1997 JP (Mercury/Phonogram: PHDR-902) [reissue in 5”-slimcase with fold-out inlay]

 

            6.16     Do They Know It`s Christmas? (12” mix)
            3.51     Do They Know It`s Christmas? (single version)
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Duffo: Gonna Send the Boys Around

  [August 1985] single

 

    EP: 1985 UK (Yowza! Yowza!; 12 YY 2)

 

        A - 10.20   Gonna Send the Boys Around

        B - 3.33    God Bless All the Clowns

 

  [Credits:

    Jeff Duff (Vocals)

    Billy Currie (Synthesizer)

    Hans Zimmer (Synthesizer)

    Warren Cann (Drums, Percussion)

    John Sammes (Keyboards)

    Nik Kiend (Backing Vocals)

    Movie dialogue by «the boys» Humphrey, James, George, Sidney, Peter & Lauren.

    Produced and mixed by Warren Cann.]


Note: Duffo is a Jeff Duff, an extravagant solo performer from Australia, who lived in England in

      the early-mid 80`s. This single saw his collaboration with Ultravoxers Warren Cann and Billy

      Currie and also with Hans Zimmer on this dance 12” release.

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Nation 12 was a John Foxx short-lived project when he became interested in acid house

and early 1990`s club music in general. A couple of singles was released on UK «techno» label

«Rhythm King» and album prepared, but when the label folded, this project soon

met the same fate.


Nation 12: Remember

  [1990] single

 

    EP: 1990 UK (Rhythm King; EBU 1 T) [ps]

 

        A - 2.31    Remember (original mix)

            5.43    Remember (sub dub mix)

        B - 4.22    Listen to the Drummer

            5.01    Remember (club edit)

 

    EP: 1990 UK (Rhythm King; EBU 1 RR) [promo]

 

            2.31    Remember

            5.43    Remember (sub dub mix)

            5.01    Remember (club edit)

            4.55    Listen to the Drummer

                    Remember (bonus beats)

 

Note: This single is a collaboration with Tim Simenon, a man behind Bomb the Bass house project.

      Vocals and vocoder by John Foxx. «Listen to the Drummer» contains sample of «Welcome to the

      Terrordome» as performed by Public Enemy and «Human Beat Box» as performed by the Fat Boys.

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Nation 12: Electrofear

  [1991] single

 

    EP: 1991 UK (Rhythm King; EBU 2 T)

    EP: 1991 DE (Rhythm King/Rough Trade; RTD 150.1146.0)

 

        A - 2.44    Electrofear (beast mix)

        B - 8.29    Electrofear (shemsijo mix)

            8.27    Electrofear (dogmix)

 

   CD5: 1991 DE (Rhythm King/Rough Trade; RTD 150.1146.316)

 

            2.44    Electrofear (beastmix)

            8.29    Electrofear (shemsijo mix)

            8.27    Electrofear (dogmix)

 

Note: The second John release under the Nation 12 moniker. This time he collaborated with Kurt

      Rogers, Simon Rogers (one-time keyboardist with the Fall) and Shem.

      The German CD single is an extremely rare item, existing in very small quantities.

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CurrieVox axeman gone solo. Actually, Burns played in lots of AOR/soft metal/progressive

rock bands, like Dare, Asia, Now and Then, and Ten. After Ten big success on the Far East

territories Vinny decided to record a bit of a solo stuff. CurrieVox vpcalist Sam Blue

helped him out on his usual role, singing on most of the numbers.

 

Vinny Burns: The Journey

  [1999] album

 

    CD: 1999 UK (Now and Then Productions/Frontiers; FRCD 021)

    CD: 1999 JP (Mercury; PHCW 1057) [with obi-strip and Japanese insert]

 

            1.39     Irish Eyes

            4.23     Superstar

            5.02     Fire Burning

            4.56     Freedom

            6.29     This World

            5.57     Where You Gonna Run?

            4.38     I Believe

            5.29     Live the Dream

            5.57     Lonely Man

            5.12     Already Gone

            4.27     Falling

            5.09     The Journey

 

  [Credits:

    Vinny Burns (Guitars, Keyboards, Computer and Keyboard Programming, Bass Guitar)

    Sam Blue (Vocals)

    Gary Hughes (All Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals on «This World» and «Already Gone»)

    Craig Fletcher (Fretless Bass Guitar on «Live the Dream»)

    Greg Morgan (Drums)

    Colin McLeod (Hammond Organ on «Fire Burning», «Freedom» and «Where You Gonna Run?»)

    All songs written Vinny Burns and Same Blue except «This World» and «Already Gone» written

by Vinny Burns and Glenn Hughes, «Irish Eyes» and «The Journey» written by Vinny Burns.

    Produced by Vinny Burns.

    Engineered by Ray Brophy. Additional engineering by Audu Obaje and Tim.

    Recorded at Gracieland Studios, Rochdale, England.
    Mixed by Audu Obaje at Startrack Studios, Manchester, England.
    Mastered by John Blamire at the Digital Audio Company, Skipton, England.]

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Burns Blue is a kind of a «supergroup», a band formed by two former «CurrieVoxers», Vinny

Burns and Sam Blue (hence the name), to play rather typical melodic rock/AOR. They also got

Pete Jupp (formerly of FM) and Bob Skeat (formerly of Wishbone Ash) - quite a big names

in that field - in.

 

Burns Blue: What If...

  [June 2003] album

 

    CD: 2003 UK (Frontiers; FRCD 153)

 

            5.12     Cool Me Down

            3.56     Straight

            4.02     Deadly Sin

            3.32     Don`t Wanna Know

            5.25     Lover`s Game

            4.57     I`m Gonna Win

            4.07     Crazy

            5.03     She Wrote

            5.13     Tomorrow Never Comes

            3.33     To One Side

            3.17     Hung out Dry

            5.05     Where You Are Now?

 

  [Credits:

    Vinny Burns (Guitars, Keyboards)

    Sam Blue (Vocals)

    Pete Jupp (Drums)

    Bob Skeat (Bass Guitar)

    Tony Kelly (Saxophone)

    Produced by Vinny Burns.

    Recorded at Mastertone Studios. Engineered and mixed by Pete «PeeWee» Coleman.

    Mastered by Graham Woodcock.]

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Nation 12: Electrofear

  [November 2005] compilation

 

    CD: 2005 UK (Tape Modern; TPCD 008) [limited edition with bonus tracks]

 

            5.27     Nation 12

            5.43     She Was

            4.43     Shadow Dancing

            3.46     Florian

            3.56     Electrofear

            4.54     Listen to the Drummer

            4.41     Leaving

            4.41     Into the Wonderful

            5.18     Cities of Light No. 1

            4.51     Your Kisses Burn

            3.10     Remember

            5.37     Concrete, Bulletproof, Invisible

            6.47     Invisible Women

    [Bonus Tracks:]

            4.19     Electrofear (alternative mix)

            4.59     Invisible Women (electronic mix)

            4.20     Remember (sub dub mix)

 

Notes: Most of the material has been recorded in the early 90`s for the album but nothing came out

       of it. Album includes both Nation 12 singles, «Remember» and «Electrofear», as well as early

       versions of songs «Cities of Light», «Concrete, Bulletproof, Invisible» & «Invisible Women»,

       that were later re-recorded by John for his solo albums. «Florian» dedicated to one of the

       main guys from Kraftwerk.

       The album was rescued from obscurity by a John Foxx fan and then restored and mastered at

       Serendipity.

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Ajanta Music is a project by Robin Simon (Guitar) and his brother Paul (Drums), evolved

from an experimental touring-only line-up that travelled throughout the world during

the 90's and ended up on Ibiza in the Millenium. Their music is an original style of

chill-out, blending world music, electronic beats, trip-hop, and dub.

 

Ajanta Music: And Now We Dream

  [January 2006] album

 

    CD: 2006 UK ()

 

            6.48     And Now We Dream

            6.10     Show on the Beach

            6.18     Heaven Sent

            7.01     Can Fly Sunday

            7.12     Kumari

            6.07     Chango

            6.07     The Malecon

            5.37     Mad Mike

            5.55     Tema de baile

            6.15     Cosmi`s Cove

            6.14     Disco Mafia

            6.11     K2

 

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Modern Man were a band in the vein of the Rich Kids (late 70`s «power pop» group that

featured Midge). Ure discovered MM at one of the pubs in Glasgow and offered them his help.

So MM often played as a support act to Ultravox during their numerous gigs around the UK

in 1980, and Midge also produced their songs. He once told the music press that he thinks

MM is «the best band from Scotland these days». One of their last shows were as a proper

support on Ultravox «Vienna» tour in December of 1980, but they disbanded the following year.

 

Danny Mitchell and Colin King went on to form the Messengers [see below].

 

Modern Man: All the Little Idiots

  [1980] single

 

    SP: 1980 UK (MAM; MAMS 204)

    SP: 1980 AU (MOL PRT; AP 2020)

 

        A - 3.13    All the Little Idiots

        B - 4.10    Advance

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Modern Man: Concrete Scheme

  [1980] album

 

    LP: 1980 UK (MAM; MAMLP 5001)

 

        A - 1.59    Good Time Ideology

            3.45    Wonderful World Segue

            2.19    Cosmetics

            3.13    All the Little Idiots

            3.46    Little White Boys

            6.02    Wastelands

        B - 4.56    I Think You`d Better Go Home

            3.45    Body Music

            4.20    I Couldn`t Stop

            4.10    Advance

            5.04    War

 

  [Credits:

    Jim Cook (Lead Vocals)

    Mike Moran (Bass Guitar)

    Danny Mitchell (Guitar, Keyboards)

    Colin King (Drums, Vocals)

    Ali McLeod (Lead Guitar)

    All tracks written by Danny Mitchell.

    Produced by Midge Ure.

    Recorded at Cava Studios, Glasgow. Engineer - Brian Young.

    Designed by «Citizens» for «Don`t Flex». Photo by Mary McLean.]

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Modern Man: Body Music

  [1980] single

 

    SP: 1980 UK (MAM; MAMS 206)

 

        A - 3.45    Body Music

        B - 4.20    I Couldn`t Stop

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Modern Man: Things Could Be Better

  [February 1981] non-album single

 

    SP: 1981 UK (MAM; MAMS 207)

 

        A - x.xx    Things Could Be Better

        B - 6.02    Wastelands

 

    EP: 1981 UK (MAM; MAML 207)

 

        A - 5.02    Things Could Be Better (extended)

        B - 6.02    Wastelands

 

Note: Produced by Midge Ure.

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Modern Man: War Drums

  [July 1981] non-album single

 

    SP: 1981 UK (MAM; MAMS 211)

 

        A - War Drums

        B - Tell Us Lies

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The Messengers were the only support act for Ultravox tours from 1982 to 1984. They were

two former Modern Men - Colin King, who sang, and Danny Mitchell, who played the instruments.

They also accompanied Ultravox on stage during the concerts and various TV shows (on synths

and backing vocals), and even played some roles in video clips. Their singles were released

on Midge`s own record company - «MusicFest», and Midge helped them in (his) studio a lot.

 

The Messengers: I Turn in (to You)

  [December 1982] single

 

    SP: 1982 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 2663)

 

        A - 4.27    I Turn in (to You)

        B - 5.27    The Semi-Professionals (Theme No. 1)

 

    EP: 1982 UK (Chrysalis; CHS 12 2663)

 

        A - 5.27    I Turn in (to You) (extended)

        B - 5.27    The Semi-Professionals (Theme No. 1)

 

Note: «I Turn in (to You)» written by Danny Mitchell, produced by Midge Ure for «Morrison-O`Donnell

      Production». «The Semi-Professionals (Theme No. 1)» written and produced by the Messengers.

      Sleeve photo by Midge Ure.

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The Messengers: Great Institutions

  [1984] single

 

    SP: 1984 UK (MusicFest/Chrysalis; MUST 1)

    SP: 1984 DE (Chrysalis; 106.813)

 

        A - 3.29    Great Institutions

        B - 3.04    Here Come the Heroes

 

    EP: 1984 UK (MusicFest/Chrysalis; MUSTX 1)

 

        A - 7.32    Great Institutions (MF mix)

        B - 3.04    Here Come the Heroes

            3.09    Strawboy (live)

 

Notes: «Great Institutions» and «Here Come the Heroes» written by the Messengers, produced and

       engineered by Midge Ure. «Strawboy» recorded live at the Hammersmith Odeon in London in

       December of 1982, mixed by Rik Walton. Sleeve design by «Peter Saville Associates».

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The Messengers: Frontiers

  [1984] single

 

    SP: 1984 UK (MusicFest/Chrysalis; MUST 2)

 

        A - 4.30    Frontiers (7inch version)

        B - 4.11    Plains of Siberia

 

    EP: 1984 UK (MusicFest/Chrysalis; MUSTX 2)

 

        A - 4.33    Frontiers (12inch version)

        B - 4.11    Plains of Siberia

            3.42    Andy Warhol

 

Notes: «Frontiers» written by the Messengers, produced by Midge Ure, engineered by Rik Walton,

       mixed by John Hudson. «Planes of Siberia» and «Andy Warhol» written and produced by the

       Messengers, mixed by Rik Walton.

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The Messengers: It`s Been 20 Years, Let`s Try Turning up the Volume

  [November 2004] album

 

    CD: 2004 WW (A Messenger Production; MESSCD 200401)

 

            4.33    A Woman in the Dunes

            4.46    (Did You) Take Me for a Ride?

            3.17    Strawboy

            5.33    Send That Letter Home

            5.34    Art

            3.41    I Think You`d Better Go

            4.08    The Dancing Bear

            5.05    Departure

            6.09    The Three-D Men

            7.52    T.D.P.

            4.14    The Scars

            4.53    A Song from a Cage

            3.19    The Reformation Waltz

 

  [Credits:

    Colin King (Vocals)

    Danny Mitchell (Instrumentation)

    All songs written and produced by the Messengers.

    Tracks recorded and mixed at DBS by Father Dan.

    Vocals recorded at Carlton Studios, Glasgow.]

 

Note: This album is available exclusively at the Ultravox Official Site (www.ultravox.org.uk). It

      is the first Messengers album - having never accepted a record deal in the 80`s, they finally

      completed and recorded this album due to a wide fan interest in their work. It includes

      reworkings of 6 old songs, 6 new ones and an epilogue.

 

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