2011 five CD anthology from the British rockers that collects all of the songs they recorded for Chrysalis Records from 1973 to 1979. This set chronologically charts UFO's career including 1979's hit single 'Doctor Doctor,' as well as the tracks that made them staples on FM radio during the '70s. This collection boasts a previously unreleased concert from UFO's debut U.S. tour, recorded in 1974 at Atlanta's Electric ballroom, as well as BBC radio sessions. 81 tracks total.
UK five CD set from the guitar hero and former UFO and Scorpions member. After leaving UFO in 1978, legendary guitarist Michael Schenker decided to form his own group - settling on a name that left no confusion about the creative force in the group! Chrysalis Years 1980-1984 collects together all six of Schenker's albums recorded for Chrysalis Records including bonus live tracks and more. Features his eponymous 1980 debut featuring vocalist Gary Barden, 1981's MSG featuring Cozy Powell on drums and UFO's Paul Raymond on keyboards and guitar, and the legendary Japanese double live One Night at Budokan, recorded in Tokyo on MSG's 1981 tour. Released the same year, 1982's Assault Attack was the sole recording to feature former Rainbow vocalist Graham Bonnet, before Barden's return for 1983's Built to Destroy. This set is rounded off by MSG's second live album, Rock Will Never Die which effectively became the swan song for this era of the band.
All tracks are remastered by Peter Mew at Abbey Road Studios. Chrysalis Records of England has recently released this excellent new 3 cd box set of the five post-Woodstock albums issued by the great UK rock blues act Ten Years After. And for the low asking price of around $40 you get all of the original tracks from SSSSH, CRICKLEWOOD GREEN, WATT, A SPACE IN TIME & ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC TO THE WORLD digitally remastered along with rarer single versions and B-sides of singles. All told, there are 48 tracks in this great box set.
Guitar hero Robin Trower, has often been compared to the late Jimi Hendrix, for his Strat-fueled bluesy/psychedelic style. Trower, launched his career in the 60s with band Procol Harum, he then went onto launch his solo career signed to Chrysalis records.
A 3 CD Box Set containing Robin's five Chrysalis albums released between 1973 -1976 [including bonus tracks: B-sides; previously unreleased tracks] was released on 26 July 2010.
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.
2010 three CD collection containing his five Chrysalis albums between 1973 -1976 plus bonus tracks (b-sides, outtakes, edits and previously unreleased tracks). Robin Trower initially found fame in the late 1960s as the guitarist with Procol Harum before embarking on a solo career in 1973. The Chrysalis Years 1973-1976 is augmented by the rare b-side, 'Take A Fast Train', single edits of 'Day of The Eagle', and 'Long Misty Days', previously unavailable on CD, and finishes with the previously unreleased 'Let Me Be The One', a rare outtake from Long Misty Days.
Mechanix is the tenth album by the British hard rock band UFO; it was released in 1982. The contemporary music-press adverts on the album's release carried the tag-line 'Mechanix: it will tighten your nuts'. Immediately after the completion of the tour in support of the album, founding member and bassist Pete Way left the band to join former Motörhead guitarist "Fast" Eddie Clarke in Fastway.