Ultravox - Systems Of Romance FLAC album
Title: Systems Of Romance
Style: New Wave, Synth-pop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1164 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1361 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1737 mb
Other Formats: DTS AC3 MP2 TTA AA RA MMF
Systems of Romance, released on 8 September 1978, is the third album by British new wave band Ultravox (an exclamation mark having been dropped from the moniker earlier in the year). It was the final recording for the group with original lead singer, lyricist and co-composer John Foxx, and their first album without guitarist Stevie Shears, who had left the band. Shears was replaced by Robin Simon, making his first and only appearance on an Ultravox album
With 1978's Systems of Romance, Ultravox left punk behind and single-handedly blueprinted the entire new romantic movement to come - well, with a little help from co-producers Conny Planck and Dave Hutchins. Gone was the brittleness of Ha!-Ha!-Ha!, replaced by a rich lushness of sound that would define the forthcoming genre. Shifting from the political to the interpersonal, gone too was the overwhelming sense of looming Armageddon, replaced by more generalized (and mundane) feelings of alienation, "Dislocation," and unease.
Ultravox - Systems Of Romance (1978).
Systems Of Romance (Cass, Album). I guess you never can trust Americans and Russians when it comes to freedom of speech. This is the first Ultravox album that I ever heard and it grew upon me even more when I rediscovered them with the Rage In Eden album later on. It's different than the Ure era but a remarkable album that failed commercially back in 1978. In short - the music has been compromised as on most of recent years re-issues, "re-masters".
Album Name Systems of Romance. Data wpisu 11 Wrzesień 1978. Wydawcy Island Records. Styl muzycznyNew-Wave. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album1.
By: Ultravox (1978, Electronic). Wrong audio? Try another! More albums from Ultravox
With 1978's Systems of Romance, Ultravox! left punk behind and single-handedly blue-printed the entire New Romantic movement to come - well, with a little help from co-producers Conny Planck and Dave Hutchins. Shifting from the political to the inter-personal, gone too was the overwhelming sense of looming Armageddon, replaced by more generalized (and mundane) feelings of alienation, "Dislocation," and unease
|A2||I Can't Stay Long|
|A3||Someone Elses Clothes|
|A5||Some Of Them|
|B4||When You Walk Through Me|
|B5||Just For A Moment|
- Record Company – Ariola Eurodisc S.A.
- Distributed By – Ariola Eurodisc S.A.
- Manufactured By – Sonic, S.A.
- Bass, Synthesizer – Chris Cross
- Design – Bloomfield/Travis
- Drums, Electronic Drums [Rhythm Machine] – Warren Cann
- Engineer – Connie Plank*, Dave Hutchins
- Guitar – Robin Simon
- Keyboards, Violin – Billy Currie
- Photography By [Group] – Adrian Boot
- Producer – Connie Plank*, Dave Hutchins, Ultravox
- Sleeve [Sleeve Concept] – John Foxx
- Vocals – Chris Cross, John Foxx, Robin Simon, Warren Cann
- Written-By – Ultravox
NotesCame with paper inner sleeve with notes & lyrics.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Depósito Legal: B. 1.141-1979
- Other (Impuesto de lujo a metalico): Permiso nº 6649
|ILPS 9555||Ultravox||Systems Of Romance (LP, Album, Blu)||Island Records||ILPS 9555||UK||1978|
|C 36761||Ultravox||Systems Of Romance (Cass, Album, Dol)||Island Records||C 36761||New Zealand||1978|
|C 36761||Ultravox||Systems Of Romance (Cass, Album)||Island Records||C 36761||Australia||1978|
|ILPS 9555, 20S-63||Ultravox||Systems Of Romance (LP, Album, Promo, RE)||Island Records, Polystar||ILPS 9555, 20S-63||Japan||1981|
|IMCD 148, 846 158-2||Ultravox||Systems Of Romance (CD, Album, RE)||Island Masters, Island Records||IMCD 148, 846 158-2||UK & Europe||Unknown|