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UFO - No Heavy Petting (1976) [2000, Japan, TOCP-53116]
Author: v3122
UFO - No Heavy Petting

UFO - No Heavy Petting (1976) [2000, Japan, TOCP-53116]
Hard Rock | EAC Rip | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 9 Tracks
Scans Included | Toshiba-EMI | TOCP-53116 | Remastered | ~271 + 111 Mb | HF, FileSonic

Following the breakout success of Phenomenon and Force It, UFO had finally ascended to the first division of British hard rock. And after hiring a second guitarist and keyboard player in Danny Peyronnel, Schenker and Mogg led the group back into the studio to record their fifth album, No Heavy Petting. A noticeably cautious effort, Petting stuck so close to the rules laid down by Force It that all the excitement of the band's performance wound up slipping through the cracks...
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UFO - The Complete Studio Albums 1974-1986 (2014) [10CD Box Set]
Author: Andi_Deris

UFO - The Complete Studio Albums 1974-1986 (2014) [10CD Box Set]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 4.4 Gb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 1.8 Gb | Scans | 509 Mb | TTime: 09:30:35
Genre: Classic Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal | Label: Chrysalis Records/Warner Music Group | Cat.: LC01626 • UFOBOX 7486 • 825646343171

The Complete Studio Albums 1974-1986, a box set collecting the work of British hard rock band UFO. This 10CD collection includes the albums Phenomenon (1974), Force It (1975), No Heavy Petting (1976), Lights Out (1977), Obsession (1978), No Place To Run (1980), The Wild, the Willing, and the Innocent (1981), Mechanix (1982), Making Contact (1983) and Misdemeanour (1985). This box uses the remasters from 2007/8/9 and come with the extra tracks, so in total you get over 40 additional B-sides, live tracks and the like, over and above what’s on the standard albums.
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UFO - Live Throughout The Years (1976-98) (box set)
Author: uff

UFO - Live Throughout The Years (1976-98) (box set)
heavy metal | 4cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Music Melon / Mischief MMLTDBOX17 | unofficial | rel: 2011 | 1760Mb

There have been countless UFO live recordings issued over the years, with the best undoubtedly being 1979's classic Strangers in the Night. But certainly one of the more intriguing live UFO releases came in 2008 with the arrival of the four-disc set Live Throughout the Years. And what makes this set stand out from the oodles of other live UFO items is that it includes standout live performances from three different decades -- 1976 (London), 1982 (London), and 1998 (Vienna). Details
UFO - No Heavy Petting (1976) (2007 Remaster)
Author: uff

UFO - No Heavy Petting (1976) (2007 Remaster)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Chrysalis/EMI, CHRX 1003, 50999 5 04442 2 9 | rel: 2007 | 490Mb

Following the breakout success of Phenomenon and Force It, UFO had finally ascended to the first division of British hard rock. And after hiring a second guitarist and keyboard player in Danny Peyronnel, Schenker and Mogg led the group back into the studio to record their fifth album, No Heavy Petting. A noticeably cautious effort, Petting stuck so close to the rules laid down by Force It that all the excitement of the band's performance wound up slipping through the cracks. Gutsy opener "Natural Thing" was competent enough to become a concert regular, but lukewarm material like "Can You Roll Her" and "Reasons Love" simply added nothing new. Details
UFO - Lights Out (1977) (2008 Remaster, Bonus Tracks)
Author: uff

UFO - Lights Out (1977) (2008 Remaster, Bonus Tracks)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Chrysalis/EMI, CHRX 1127 | rel: 2008 | 520Mb

Despite a few generic moments, Lights Out is probably the best studio document of what elevated UFO above the '70s hard rock fray. Within a Euro-blues framework, the classic lineup that lasted from Phenomenon through Strangers in the Night incorporated challenging dynamics, epic balladry, and a more than occasional sensitivity. On Lights Out, all three of these traits come together in powerful fashion, most notably on the space rocker-cum-ballad "Love to Love," where a ridiculously heavy intro gives way to flourishing poetics. "Gettin' Ready" and an oddball Love cover, "Alone Again Or," also showcase the band's sensitive ambiguities, never compromising the group's overarching hard edge. Details
UFO - No Place To Run (1980) (2009 Remaster)
Author: uff

UFO - No Place To Run (1980) (2009 Remaster)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Chrysalis/EMI, CHRX 1239 | rel: 2009 | 470Mb

Most of the reviews for this record tend to point out the supposed mediocrity of the post- Michael Schenker years for UFO. I feel this is both inaccurate and irresponsible. Schenker is a legend no doubt, but he was one fifth (or fourth, before 1976)of the band when he left after 1978. The most important part of the band, the Mogg/Way song writing partnership, was still intact. Paul Chapman proved to be more than capable of continuing the honored UFO traditon of potent lead guitar. Details
UFO - The Official Bootleg Box Set (2009)[6CD Box Set, EMI BOOTBOX 3] Restored
Author: v3122
UFO - The Official Bootleg Box Set

UFO - The Official Bootleg Box Set (2009)[6CD Box Set, EMI BOOTBOX 3]
6CD | Hard Rock | EAC Rip | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps | Box Art -> 85 Mb
Covers Included | EMI | BOOTBOX 3/5099996568026 | ~2821 + 1043 Mb

Only the most dedicated UFO fan could possibly keep track of all the live releases that have surfaced over the years. Many of these live recordings were not necessarily approved by the band, and as a result, some have been good, and some have been downright stinky. Finally, the UFO lads have taken steps to regain control of their concert recordings, by issuing a mammoth six-disc box set, 2009's Official Bootleg Box Set. UFO have always been one of those groups best experienced on the concert stage, as evidenced by 1979's Strangers in the Night, which is widely regarded as one of hard rock/heavy metal's all-time great live sets...
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Chicken Bones - Hardrock In Concert (1976) [Reissue 2016]
Author: gribovar

Chicken Bones - Hardrock In Concert (1976) [Reissue 2016]
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue+log) - 407 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 151 MB | Covers - 78 MB
Genre: Heavy Progressive Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Long Hair (LHC00163)

Chicken Bones hailed from a small town at the northern end of the Ruhr area roughly 30 km northeast of Dortmund. For many year their sole album "Hardrock In Concert" had been characterized as obscure but not so much essential. But over the years people found out, that Chicken Bones were a lot better than the reputation that preceded them and their album became quiet a sought after obscurity. Despite the title "Hardrock In Concert" Chicken Bones were not at all mundane hard rock but were highly creative and often moved very close to May Blitz, early Ufo or Wishbone Ash with lots of nice moves and flowery guitar work-outs...
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Overlords of the U.F.O. (1976)
Author: vivid23

Overlords of the U.F.O. (1976)
VHS-rip | 512x384 | AVI/XviD @ 869 Kbps | 94mn | Audio: English MP3 160 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: None | 699 MB
Genre: Documentary

This documentary puts forth the theory that UFOs are actually beings from another dimension, and reviews past incidents of UFO sightings in support of that theory. Details
UFO - The Visitor (2009) (Limited Edition)
Author: uff

UFO - The Visitor (2009) (Limited Edition)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Steamhammer, SPV 306600 CD | rel: 2009 | 575Mb

Like Saturday Night Live, UFO have had plenty of creative ups and downs over the years but have often demonstrated that one should never give up on them. The veteran hard rockers have recorded some superb albums along the way, and they have recorded some weak, lackluster albums, too. But even when they let their followers down on occasion, UFO have had a way of bouncing back and giving those followers new reasons to be optimistic. The Visitor, it turns out, is a respectable 40th anniversary present from UFO, who were formed in 1969 and remained active 40 years later in 2009. Details
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