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Force It Extra tracks, Original recording remastered

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2008 digitally remastered and expanded edition of this classic album featuring six bonus tracks. UFO are the hard-edged British Rock band formed by Pete Way, Phil Mogg and Andy Parker joined by guitar great Michael Schenker. 1975's Force It was the band's fourth release and moved them towards a harder rockin' direction. Bonus tracks include: 'A Million Miles' (Previously unreleased studio track) and live versions of 'Mother Mary', 'Out In The Streets', 'Shoot Shoot', 'Let It Roll' and 'This Kid's (including 'Between The Walls'). EMI.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 12, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Chrysalis
  • ASIN: B000TNF7NS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,649 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Sean Quinn on March 22, 2003
Format: Audio CD
UFO too often had trouble coming up with a complete album of great songs, but this is one where they hit the nail on the head. And it leaves you feeling like the nail. This is a wall-to-wall intense blast. Okay, there are a couple of ballads, and they're good ones. Michael Schenker's guitar playing veers from breathtakingly beautiful to insanely wild, and no other studio effort of theirs lets him cut loose so brilliantly. Members of Ten Years After handled the production and the keyboards, and they gave this disc exactly the sound it needed (another sore spot with too much of their work). The emotional lyrics throw wood on the fire, and the rhythm section knows when to be ferocious and when to lay back. The album closes with an achingly beautiful instrumental, which is necessary to cool you down after "Too Much of Nothing" has laid waste to you. Look at how many songs from this album went on "Strangers in the Night", and you'll see where their good tracks are at. This album needs to be given the respect it deserves as one of the very best hard rock albums ever- I mean, EVER, recorded.
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I'm not sure what's going on on the cover, but inside is some impressive rock and roll and that's what counts. Picking up where Phenomenon left off, Force It takes a big step forward toward the classic sounds of No Heavy Petting, Lights Out and Obsession with five instantly recognizable UFO classics, Let It Roll, Shoot Shoot, Out In The Street, Mother Mary and This Kids. A great album, well worth the import price, but you're on you own if you leave it where your parents can see it. I'd just as soon not think about it.
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If ever a classic album needed a re-issue then this is it!. Superbly done to enhance and improve this is tremendous. My original review heaped praise on this as a landmark UFO classic and now we have a quality recording to savour with bonus material thrown in. As a life long fan of the classic line up I ordered all three re-issues and have not been disappointed. Buy them all if you can!
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FORCE IT..is UFO's second album with Michael Schenker on guitar, and what a screaming hot album it is...Phil Moog's voice is sweet and it just gets better...Pete Way's bass is top drawer...Andy Parker holds it all together with his hard driving drum beats...and Michael Schenker shreds on guitar...Moog and Schenker together write some amazing material that showcases each members outstanding abilities,at Performing...every track on FORCE IT is superb,featuring blistering guitar riffs..OUTRAGEOUS GUITAR SLIDES...and Mr.Schenkers lightning fast fingers running thru riffs so fast that his flying V's probably smoke for two days after a concert...UFO never really got the respect they deserved each new album was proof that the best do get better...So anyone who loves Rock and Roll at it's FINEST needs this cd...IT CAN'T SMOKE IF IT ISN'T ON FIRE..&..UFO; FORCE IT.. POSITIVELY SMOKES..SO TURN DOWN YOUR BASS BOOMER,and TURN UP THE VOLUME..UFO-FORCE IT..
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This is one explosive, incindiary cd. From the opening riff on "let it roll" to the last note on "between the walls". It made me a fan back when my brother turned me on to it in 1975. I still cannot believe how powerfull it sounds 25 years later. This cd will set off the air raid sirens if you crank it! Be sure to take down the little ladys porcelin collectibles before you hit the play button or there will be some explaining to do! This remastered import is a great addition to
your collection so pull the pin and duck!
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Remastering the UFO catalog has been long overdue. Pick up all of the re-issues. All the albums are great and sound better than ever. UFO's style of hard rock is completely extinct these days. If you're new to the band and can only afford one, pick up the incredible live album Strangers In the Night. For everyone else, this album is mandatory.

Check out Mighty High...In Drug City.
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In the mid 1970's UFO had a string of 4 brilliant studio albums... those being "Force It" (1975), "No Heavy Petting" (1976), "Lights Out" (1977) and "Obsession" (1978). Not to mention the incredible live album ("Strangers In The Night") released just after "Obsession" in the same year. Five first-rate albums in four years... amazing! All are now considered classic, some more so than others. I personally pick "Lights Out" as my favorite because it's solid all the way through and my all-time 2 favorite UFO songs come from the album ("Love To Love" and the ripping title track). "Force It" is a close 2nd place though... this album is just as solid. "Strangers In The Night" (live) featured 5 of its 15 tracks from "Force It" ("Shoot Shoot", "Mother Mary", "This Kids", "Let It Roll", and "Out In The Street"). The other two tracks from "Force It" that can not go without mention are "Too Much Of Nothing" (a great rocker), and the ballad "High Flyer" (with a great Schenker solo). Mogg, Schenker, and drummer Parker all continue to shine on "Force It". Great album from a very underrated band.
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