Top 10 Songs of UFO – the Schenker Years!

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The Schenker years. One of the most illustrious and – I daresay – productive segments of UFO‘s 50 some years or so of existence. It is a fact that this period did produce many of the major hits this underrated band produced over time. Trademark Hard Rock and fledgling Metal, or straight rock’n’roll continued to spew forward as the band accelerated out to space and went for stardom.

UFO inevitably created many sometimes iconic tracks in the process, 10 of which we have ranked for you. Now, fire up that playlist and let her rip.

Let’s begin!


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Top 10 Songs of Uriah Heep!

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From time to time we like to reach backward, way into the past. To those days when rock was a hot item and metal slowly appeared on the scene.

Uriah Heep surely is one of these bands that shaped the future of rock and – to an extent – the emergence of metal. They truly were a staple of the ’70s and ’80s and still go strong to this day. 

And it’s funny, ain’t it? Today’s progressive bands – rock or metal – generate a ton of interest. Mainly because they’re outside of the proverbial box and exude that odor … [...] Click to raid more!

UFO – Review Series – Schenker Years

RockmusicRaider Editorial - UFO - Collection Schenker Years

If there is one underrated band in the long history of rock and metal, then it is the British band UFO. Founded in 1968 by Phil Mogg, UFO proved to be one of the forerunners of the Hard Rock and Metal multiverse that we enjoy today. They have today some 22 studio albums under their belt, with an added score of live records and other versions to boot. UFO‘s latest album reached our shores in 2017, no less. Still going strong after some 50 years of service.

Yet, reports tell us that Phil Mogg plans to retire [...] Click to raid more!

UFO – Force It (1975) – Review

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Aha! It is possible after all! Phil Mogg kicking it up a notch in UFO‘s 4th studio album Force It.

And I love it.

Phil’s delivery as a vocalist on the last album Phenomenon was okay, but not really exciting. And here we get to hear a new spiced up version, basically a new version of Phil.

So, it looks like the Force It album cover seemingly with two teenagers having a go at themselves in the most complicated bathroom of the world is an omen, too. With leering bathroom appliances no less – the lechers.

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