Ultravox - ViennaThe Flood Gallery
LP: Standard Black Vinyl
2 x CD: 2008 Remastered Double CD Version
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The extra 11 track second CD contains the B-sides from the time, 12" Versions, Live Rehearsals at London's Lyceum Ballroom on 17th August 1980, as well as a casette recording of Keep Talking from rehearsals.
John Foxx left the band in 1979 after their final San Francisco show, to embark on a solo career, it seemed to signal the end for Ultravox. But whilst collaborating on the Blitz Club guru Steve Strange's Visage project, Billy Currie asked Midge Ure to join the band. Conny Plank, The German who produced Bowies German trilogy of albums Low, Heroes and Lodger brought the sound to life and the resulting title track, inspired by Carol Reeds 1949 film The Third Man gave the band their biggest single success to date.