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Wild the Willing & the Innocent [Vinilo]

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  • Disco de vinilo (13 de septiembre de 2011)
  • Número de discos: 2
  • Sello: Rock Classics
  • Disponible también en: CD de audio  |  Casete de audio  |  Disco de vinilo  |  Música MP3
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
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Gran álbum de la clasica banda UFO. Algo más comercial (teclados y melodías) pero sigue siendo un excelente trabajo. Sonido típico de los 80.
Recomendado para los seguidores del hard de corte clásico.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas chapman era ufo gem remastered at last!!! 2 de abril de 2009
Por Paul Mcguinn - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
the wild,willing and the innocent is in my opinion the finest ufo album of the paul chapman favorite eras of ufo are the michael schenker era line ups,however no place to run and wild willing and the innocent were strong also.this album is solid rocking good times from start to finish the remastering is very well done the live tracks are fairly good too in fact every song on this album is great!! so if your are a fan of ufo get this cd and turn it up loud!!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 18 de junio de 2016
Por alfred gonzalez - Publicado en
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great album
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Rocking like it is suppose to be done 2 de octubre de 2007
Por Divinewind55 - Publicado en
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Unlike the crap infesting the airwaves now these guy blast hard and get spool it down for the assorted ballads. This is what it was all about in the heyday of Arena Rock.

The disk took a while to get here otherwise the folks did a good job and would recommend them.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas My God, that TONE!!! 3 de junio de 2009
Por BMac - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
OK, as a big UFO fan I had to spring for this, my 5th copy of WWI (Orig LP, Import LP, orig CD, Japan rem CD). I have to say, if all the latest remasters are this good I'll be about a hundred bucks poorer very soon, as I'll be tracking down the rest of them. From the opening notes of "Chains, Chains", it's obvious that this edition is special. The remastering is very well done- the clarity and separation of instruments is amazing. I could hear harmonies (both guitar and voice) that seemed new, even after hearing these songs literally hundreds of times before. Unlike many modern "remasters", this one isn't a contributor to the "loudness wars". I can actually crank it through headphones without a problem. Tried that with Whitesnake's new one and couldn't last a song before I had to EQ the midrange down more than 10db to make it sound right (and still sounded overdriven).

The songs speak for themselves- I definitely agree with those who think this album is under-rated. Mogg's voice and lyrical ideas were at a peak, and 20/20 hindsight proves Chapman was a more than capable replacement for MS. His tone on this record just KILLS! Carter's keys and horns are a great addition, IMO. Just a really great hard rock record beginning to end.

The 3 live bonus tracks are nice, but those first 8 tracks are a tough act to follow. Mogg's voice is a bit tired, but the recording mix does make for an interesting listen- Carter's guitar is in the left channel, his keyboard in the right with Chapman centered. Having seen this lineup on the Mechanix tour, I was often drawn to Carter as he "juggled" guitars, keyboards and horns all night. It was pretty cool to hear that again on these live tracks.

Bottom line- whether you're a UFO fan or just someone who likes melodic hard rock, this is without a doubt a worthwhile purchase. Oh, and these guys are touring the States this Fall- saw them last summer in Santa Cruz and they still rock!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Well Crafted 22 de marzo de 2007
Por Wild Colonial Boy - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
Perhaps a little more commercial and varied, this is another very well crafted album by UFO. According to Phil Mogg the band were given carte blanche by Chrysalis to do what they wanted. The time spent at Air studios certainly paid off with more emphasis on the song writing and lyrical skills of Mogg to make up for the absence of Schenker's ripping guitar work. Neil Carter slides in unnoticed as a replacement for Raymond and the whole album came out smelling of roses. Unfortunately things started to slide after this particularly when Pete Way left and the Mogg/Way song writing partnership was broken. Best offerings here are "Makin' Moves", a top notch rocker and "Profession of Violence" where Chapman again features. I still prefer the earlier Schenker works to this but it should not be ignored as a fine album. All the songs are good and still distinctive UFO despite the line up changes and orchestrations. Not sure about the Top of The Pops appearance on TV in England where they looked well out of place playing "Lonely Heart" (they just never have managed to crack the singles market with a big commercial hit). Like No Place to Run, this is rare and expensive. If you can't get a copy the BGO Records double CD TWTWATI with Mechanix is better value.

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