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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 28, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Steamhammer Us
  • ASIN: B005BY91AK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,764 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

2012 album from the veteran British Hard Rock band. Nothing would be easier for British rock legend UFO than to rest on their laurels. But idleness or a musical standstill have always been out of the question for Phil Mogg, Paul Raymond, Andy Parker, and Vinnie Moore. These in equal measures experienced and ambitious musicians are interested in the present, their love of creativity and the active continuation of their celebrated band history. And now we can look forward to Seven Deadly, the band's latest studio album which combines present and future with UFO's greatest fortes.

Customer Reviews

And plus, a super catchy and memorable chorus makes this good song an even better one.
A. Stutheit
Vinnie Moore is on top form and has ditched his shredding past for a bluesier sound, which perfectly matches Phil's soulfull voice.
MemyselfandI
I like Wonderland, Last Stone Rider, Steal Yourself but Bring your House Down is one of the best UFO songs ever.
Bela

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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Music Listener on April 7, 2012
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Okay. By way of background, I have been a UFO fan since 1975, when I purchased Force It in LP form at the Wherehouse, a record store (what are those?) which is long gone. Since then, I have seen UFO live a number of times in San Diego at the Sports Arena, the Civic Theater and San Diego Stadium (before it was Jack Murphy Stadium before it was Qualcomm Stadium). I have (most) everything in my collection, including the BBC Sessions, Live at the Record Plant 1975, Live at the Roundhouse 1976, Live on Earth, the Strangers in the Night album as well as the extended Strangers in the Night CD. Before going further, if you have not already done so, you must immediately purchase three albums, excuse me, CD's: Phenomenon, Force It and No Heavy Petting. They form the troika of the band's best work. I should add, Obsession is also worthy. In short, I think that the latest UFO effort, Seven Deadly Sins, contains at least three tracks, perhaps more, that rank up right up there with the best that the band has ever done. I would nominate Nos. 1, 2 and 8 for this distinction. The fact that there is discussion among reviewers as to which tracks deserve this accolade only reinforces my thinking that this album (sorry, CD) ranks among the band's higher achievements. Given the otherwise sorry state of music today, I am relieved and grateful that UFO is still out there rocking hard and keeping the faith.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Robert J. Pannell on February 28, 2012
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Burn this House Down is great and other Mens Wives is a good blues song along with Bag o, blues really good as well as the Starter track Flight Night I give it 5 stars nobody else plays this kind of music these days just give it a few good litsens it will grow on you Having read some other reviews Most of you need to realize that the old UFO is done lets appreciate what we have,give this a real good listen its a sleeper very good
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A. Raymond Dorsey on March 7, 2012
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I am a huge fan of the Vinnie Moore era of UFO and I think this album is the best of that era so far. That being said, even if this were the work of an unknown band, I would still say that it is a killer, 5-star effort. Moore has shown increasingly, both live and in the studio that he is far from a so-called hired gun. His playiing has become an integral part of the band. Having seen him live, he is respectful to the older material while still giving the songs his own stamp with clever augmentations to the originals. In the studio, his writing has gelled with Mogg's and produced 4 albums that have proven to be among the band's best, culminating (so far) in "Seven Deadly." This is, bear in mind, the opinion of a listener who credits "Force It" & "Obsession" as among the best hard rock records ever. One thing that amazes me is people who still pine for Schenker, saying that Schenker is more aggressive, dangerous, a rogue, etc. and, thereby, more exciting. Listen to me very carefully, people: Michael Schenker is a drunk, a loose cannon & a goofball. He is also one of my favorite guitar players of all time. If those 2 statments appear incongruous, understand one thing: Michael Schenker was all those things on the early albums that I love and treasure. The problem is that, on those, he was also a great songwriter and guitarist. He is surely no longer the former and his status in the latter is highly shaky based on his recent production. A band can change, metamorphose and still produce great material. A band's existance and worth is also NOT incumbent upon one member. In other words, worship this album or die. :) Just kidding about the last part, but hey, just saying....
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36 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Eric P. Sandberg on March 2, 2012
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The first reviewer is entitled to his opinion. I would just like to point out that he was apparently incapable of telling us why he thought it sucked. Did he buy the last three albums? If he did then why did he buy this one? I am not particularly thrilled with the Vinnie Moore era. He is a phenomenal player, but he is essentially a hired gun/muso. He is technically far better than Michael Schenker but I will take Schenker over him any day because Schenker has attitude to back up his chops. He is dangerous, volatile and exciting, where Moore is perfuntory. UFO has boiled it down to two things: Moore's rather pedestrian riffs and Mogg's 'I've read a few dime novels' lyrics delivered with his trademark growl. This is a decent album just like the other three, but it is cookie cutter hard rock. Moore records the guitars in one place and Mogg sings in another. Except for a rare background keyboard on one or two songs I doubt Paul Raymond even played much on any of these records. UFO were at their best when they mixed some pop with their rock. They dont have the budget to create arrangements for these songs so they compensate by rocking hard. This can get tedious at times but there are acouple of gems including Angel City for one. So the first "reviewer" notwithstanding, If you are a fan and have stayed with the band through the Vinnie Moore era, you know what you are going to get. It doesn't suck but it is more of the same.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By O. W. JOSLIN on March 7, 2012
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I JUST RECEIVED MY COPY OF UFO-- SEVEN DEADLY AND AM NOW LISTENING AS I WRITE THIS REVIEW. THIS CD ROCKS THE PLAYING IS PROFESSIONAL AND DELIVERED WITH PASSION AND INTEGRITY. IT IS OBVIOUS THAT THIS BAND BELIEVES IN AND ENJOYS WHAT THEY DO. I DON'T BLAME THEM CAUSE I ENJOY IT TO. THIS ALBUM IS A BIT MORE HARD ROCK THAN ,THE VISITOR OR THE MONKEY PUZZLE .THAT IS NOT TO SAY IT DON'T RETAIN MELODY, IT DOES. I WILL SAY IT . THIS IS UFO'S BEST SINCE WALK ON WATER, AND BUDDY THAT IS SAYING A LOT. SO DON'T MISS OUT ON THIS SONIC EXPERIENCE. BUY IT. BUY IT NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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