Thesis on ufo

The UFO frontman's thoroughly impressive vocal performance goes hand in hand with the awesome compositions on Seven Deadly . The classic rock of "Burn Your House Down" features all the important UFO strengths, "Mojo Town" sees the musicians sound tougher than ever, and "Year Of The Gun" features a pointed reference to UFO 's early days. "Angel Station" sees the band prove how classic rock music is complemented perfectly with epic elements, while "Fight Night" is an excellent track to be performed in a live context. There's no need to draw attention to the technical skills of original UFO members Paul Raymond and Andy Parker, their music sounding inspired and faultless at the same time. Having said that, Vinnie Moore's exceptional guitar style deserves to be explicitly mentioned. The American musician not only lends the songs expression and power with his haunting licks and dynamic riffs, but also contributes solos on Seven Deadly which can only be described as absolute world class. Anybody still doubting my words should get ready to be absolutely convinced when the album arrives in January.

Thesis on ufo

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