No Place to Run [Bonus Tracks]

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All Music Guide - Vincent Jeffries
The first studio recording after the departure of guitarist Michael Schenker, No Place to Run, with its midtempo guitar rock, bore much more of a resemblance to '70s rockers like Bad Company than the coming NWOBHM. Fellow Brits like Def Leppard were cultivating a similar but much more exciting brand of simple, angular hard rock built for the millions of AC/DC-loving Americans, while UFO seemed to be chasing their stylistic tail. Tracks like "This Fire Burns Tonight" call to mind Jackson Brown-styled adult rock. [The 2009 edition included bonus tracks.]
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Vincent Jeffries
The first studio recording after the departure of guitarist Michael Schenker, No Place to Run, with its midtempo guitar rock, bore much more of a resemblance to '70s rockers like Bad Company than the coming NWOBHM. Fellow Brits like Def Leppard were cultivating a similar but much more exciting brand of simple, angular hard rock built for the millions of AC/DC-loving Americans, while UFO seemed to be chasing their stylistic tail. Tracks like "This Fire Burns Tonight" call to mind Jackson Brown-styled adult rock. [The 2009 edition included bonus tracks.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/3/2009
  • Label: Emi France
  • EAN: 5099924337427
  • Catalog Number: 243374
  • Sales rank: 72,257

Album Credits

Performance Credits
UFO Primary Artist
Phil Mogg Vocals
Paul Raymond Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Pete Way Bass
Technical Credits
Steve Churchyard Engineer
Geoff Emerick Engineer
Phil Harding Engineer
Peter Mew Mastering, Remastering
Hugh Gilmour Reissue Design
Malcolm Dome Liner Notes
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    UFO Rules!

    This is the debut of Paul Chapman on guitar. An excellent, underrated album! It starts with the cool instrumental "Alpha Centauri". That's the name of the nearest star to our sun that can be seen with the naked eye! It is very similar to the sun... I wonder if there are any planets in that system... For now, just close your eyes, and let this short instrumental take you there instantly! What follows is a set of awesome hard rock like "Lettin' Go", the Elvis Presley cover "Mystery Train", "Money Money", and the title track. Also included is an excellent ballad written by keyboard/rhythm guitar player Paul Raymond called "Take It Or Leave It" and the album finishes with "Anyday" featuring a cool bass line from Pete Way. If you like hard rock, you should enjoy this!

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