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Editors’ Notes

UFO has been through several lineup changes over the years, but its sound has remained true to its hard rock roots. 2012's Seven Deadly is a brawny piece of rock 'n' roll, with guitarist Vinnie Moore adding classic riffs and sharp, piercing solos to tunes that do nothing to hide their allegiance to '70s hard rock. Phil Mogg's vocals don't head into the upper registers much anymore, but his more grounded approach adds a definitive snarl, such as when he brings out a blues yawp for the death-spiral rattlesnake shake of "Going Down Mojo Town." The sound is reminiscent of classic early Robin Trower solo albums, where the blues was often hammered faithfully into the dirt. The band's original drummer, Andy Parker, is onboard and keeps things tough, though the band captures a lighter feel for "The Last Stone Rider," "Year of the Gun," and "Burn Your House Down." Versatile but focused, UFO proves there's still plenty of life in the hard rock of its youth.

Customer Reviews

UFO is great !!!

Eddie Trunk is going to be proud. Great as usual.

Top Notch

This album is great. Vinnie stands out here. Too bad they couldn't get Pete Way.


How does UFO keep cranking out great music after all of these years?! I'm a huge fan of Schenker & Chapman,having said that , this is probably the best of the Vinnie years. Bluesy and heavy , with the emphasis on heavy. Thanks guys, rock on.


Formed: 1968 in England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Vocalist Phil Mogg, guitarist Mick Bolton, bassist Pete Way, and drummer Andy Parker formed the British space metal outfit UFO in 1969. Originally known as Hocus Pocus, the group, which took the name UFO in honor of a London club, debuted in 1971 with UFO 1. Both the album and its follow-up, the same year's Flying, found great success in Japan, France, and Germany, but was barely noticed in the band's native country; as a result, their third effort, 1972's Live, was released only in Japan. In 1974,...
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