26 Songs, 1 Hour, 38 Minutes

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4:42
4:01
4:04
4:54
6:36
3:47
3:55
5:09
5:01
4:50
4:01
4:57
2:13
2:04
1:53
2:27
3:15
5:37
3:22
3:32
2:18
1:56
2:48
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4:20

Customer Reviews

Cracking Album

Coxy234

For some reason, some of the songs sound so much better live then they did from the studio. For example Evil Women has a much more powerful feeling to it (IMO)

Not quite ELO

mark marten

Given the hits penned by Jeff Lynne the former members of ELO toured and made some money,
but Jeff Lynne was upset to find his former mates were making money at his expense and took legal proceedings against them.
The musical output from the new band was very limited and although the songs sound not bad,
they just don't have the ability to stand out.
By all means buy the album but it won't be the best of ELO. (5/10)

Art work

Jon O'Callaghan

The album art you get with this itune CD isn't very good, it looks like a poster photo with the edges showing. There are album art covers for 'One night in Australia' online but you can't change the art you get with purchases off itunes (or I can't seem to). If you are just looking to buy the individual ELO pt II songs rather than the whole album, try 'Electric Light Orchestra Part II'. The album art is marginally better, but be warned, the itunes description is for the 1973 album, but it's actually the 1990's ELO II album of the same name.

About Electric Light Orchestra Part II

Electric Light Orchestra Part II was formed in 1988 by drummer Bev Bevan, a founding member of the original ELO, the successful progressive pop group led by frontman Jeff Lynne from 1971 into the mid-1980s. After Lynne officially dissolved the band, Bevan assembled a new line-up including vocalist Neil Lockwood, keyboardist Eric Troyer and bassist Pete Haycock to tour under the Electric Light Orchestra banner; Lynne soon filed suit against the group, the resulting settlement appending the "Part II" tag to any new albums or live performances. Their self-titled debut LP followed in 1991; a year later they issued a live album featuring new renditions of their classic hits. ~ Jason Ankeny

  • ORIGIN
    Birmingham, England
  • GENRE
    Rock
  • FORMED
    October, 1970

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