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Anthology (UFO album)

Compilation album by UFO
Released 11 November 1986
Recorded 1973 - 1983
Genre Hard rock, heavy metal
Length 57:54
Label Castle Communications
UFO chronology
Ain't Misbehavin'
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic [1]

Anthology is a greatest hits collection by the British hard rock band UFO, released in 1986. It was published by Castle Communications, under licence from Chrysalis Records, the original label of UFO.

Track listing

  1. "Rock Bottom" - 6:27 (from the album Phenomenon)
  2. "Built for Comfort" - 3:00 (from the album Phenomenon)
  3. "Highway Lady" - 3:46 (from the album No Heavy Petting)
  4. "Can You Roll Her" - 2:56 (from the album No Heavy Petting)
  5. "A Fool for Love" - 3:52 (from the album No Heavy Petting)
  6. "Shoot Shoot" - 3:57 (from the album Force It)
  7. "Too Hot to Handle" - 3:35 (from the album Lights Out)
  8. "Gettin' Ready" - 3:43 (from the album Lights Out)
  9. "Only You Can Rock Me" - 4:08 (from the album Obsession)
  10. "Looking for No. 1" - 4:32 (from the album Obsession)
  11. "Something Else" - 3:18 (from the album Mechanix)
  12. "Doing It All for You" - 4:55 (from the album Mechanix)
  13. "When It's Time to Rock" - 5:20 (from the album Making Contact)
  14. "Diesel in the Dust" - 4:25 (from the album Making Contact)


  1. ^ "UFO Anthology review".  

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