“Ha!-Ha!-Ha!” by Ultravox! - album review

TJR says

Ultravox! were yet another of the hard-working groups of ’77 to release two album in the same year, with October’s “Ha!-Ha!-Ha!” following on from February’s self-titled debut. At this time, the London-based quintet were: John Foxx (29, lead vocals); Billy Currie (27, violins, keyboards, synthesiser); Stevie Shears (~23, guitar); Chris Cross (25, bass, vocals) and Warren Cann (27, drums, vocals). In this years’ class, they were second only to the mighty Kraftwerk in terms of setting standards for electronic pop – there’s never a dull moment, with many fine highlights.

The Jukebox Rebel
16-Dec-2015

A1 [03:34] 7.0.png Ultravox! - Rockwrok (Dennis Leigh) New Wave
A2 [04:07] 6.6.png Ultravox! - The Frozen Ones (Dennis Leigh) New Wave
A3 [04:00] 6.5.png Ultravox! - Fear In The Western World (Christopher Allen, Dennis Leigh, Stevie Shears, Warren Cann, Billy Currie) Punk
A4 [05:21] 7.9.png Ultravox! - Distant Smile (Dennis Leigh, Billy Currie) New Wave
B1 [04:10] 6.7.png Ultravox! - The Man Who Dies Every Day (Christopher Allen, Dennis Leigh, Stevie Shears, Warren Cann, Billy Currie) New Wave
B2 [04:59] 7.2.png Ultravox! - Artificial Life (Dennis Leigh, Billy Currie) New Wave
B3 [03:16] 6.2.png Ultravox! - While I’m Still Alive (Dennis Leigh) New Wave
B4 [05:13] 7.3.png Ultravox! - Hiroshima Mon Amour (Dennis Leigh, Warren Cann, Billy Currie) New Wave




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