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  1. Quartet is the sixth studio album by the British new wave band Ultravox. The album peaked at no.6 on the UK album chart and was certified Gold by .
  2. Informationen zum Album Quartet von Ultravox. Notierung in den Charts, Chartwochen, Musikvideos, Releases und mehr.
  3. Reissue of the British new wave act's smash album featuring the international hit 'Reap The Wild Wind', the hit U.K. singles 'Hymn', 'Visions In Blue' and 'We Came To Dance', plus four bonus tracks: the B-sides from each of the aforementioned singles, 'Hosanna (In Excelsis Deo)', 'Monument', 'Break Your Back' and 'Overlook'. 13 tracks total, all digitally remastered. /5(25).
  4. Quartet was recorded in Monsterrat with the Beatles' dream team of producer Sir George Martin and engineer Geoff Emerick. At the time Sir George described Ultravox as one of the "most musical bands I have ever worked with". The album reached #6 in the UK album chart in October '82 and stayed on the chart for 30 weeks/5(30).
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  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Quartet on Discogs. Label: Chrysalis - CDL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: France • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: New Wave, Synth-pop4/5.
  7. CD Universe is your source for Ultravox's song When the Scream Subsides MP3 download lyrics and much more. Ultravox. See all 10 versions of the song When the Scream Subsides: Ultravox When the Scream Subsides Lyrics Quartet [ Digital Remaster + Bonus Tracks] Track List. Click on a song to view its lyrics 1 Reap The Wild Wind Lyrics 2.
  8. Ultravox Vinyl Record Albums. The first three LP releases feature the vocals of John Foxx (Dennis Leigh), while the rest of the line up of Billy Currie, Warren Cann and Chris Cross were joined by Stevie Shears on guitar for the first two and Robin Simon replacing Shears for the third album, Systems of Romance, by which the group had dropped the exclamation mark from the .

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