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No Place to Run

No Place to Run
Studio album by UFO
Released January 1980
Recorded AIR Studios, Montserrat, AIR Studios, London, August 1979
Genre Hard rock, heavy metal
Length 36:08
Label Chrysalis
Producer George Martin
UFO chronology
Strangers in the Night
(1979)
No Place to Run
(1980)
The Wild, the Willing and the Innocent
(1981)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic [1]
MelodicMusic
SputnikMusic
RateYourMusic

No Place to Run is the eighth studio album by the British rock band UFO. It was released in January, 1980 (date by official UFO site) by Chrysalis Records. It is the first album to feature Paul Chapman who replaced Michael Schenker on lead guitar.

The album was produced by The Beatles. The record cover was issued in several different versions in the UK, although the only difference was the colour of the album title. Two singles were released from the album: "Young Blood" and "Letting' Go".

The album was reissued in 2009, remastered with an expanded booklet and bonus tracks.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
    • Side one 1.1
    • Side two 1.2
    • CD edition bonus tracks 1.3
  • Personnel 2
    • Band members 2.1
    • Production 2.2
  • Charts 3
  • References 4

Track listing

Side one

  1. "Alpha Centauri" (Paul Chapman) - 2:06
  2. "Lettin' Go" (Phil Mogg, Pete Way, Chapman) - 3:51
  3. "Mystery Train" (Junior Parker, Sam Phillips) - 3:55
  4. "This Fire Burns Tonight" (Mogg, Chapman) - 4:13
  5. "Gone in the Night" (Mogg, Chapman) - 3:47

Side two

  1. "Young Blood" (Mogg, Way) - 3:59
  2. "No Place to Run" (Mogg, Chapman) - 3:58
  3. "Take It or Leave It" (Paul Raymond) - 3:01
  4. "Money, Money" (Mogg, Way) - 3:29
  5. "Anyday" (Mogg, Chapman) - 3:48

CD edition bonus tracks

  1. "Gone in the Night" (Mogg, Chapman) - alternative studio version
  2. "Lettin' Go" (Mogg, Way, Chapman) - recorded live at The Marquee, London, 16/11/80
  3. "Mystery Train" (Parker, Phillips) - recorded live at The Marquee, London, 16/11/80
  4. "No Place to Run" (Mogg, Chapman) - recorded live at The Marquee, London, 15/11/80

Personnel

Band members

Production

  • George Martin - producer, mixing
  • Steve Churchyard - assistant engineer
  • Jon Walls - assistant engineer (Montserrat)
  • Geoff Emerick - engineer, mixing

Charts

Album

- Billboard (North America)

Chart (1980) Peak
position
Norwegian Albums (VG-lista)[2] 33
Swedish Albums (Sverigetopplistan)[3] 44
UK Albums (OCC)[4] 11
US Billboard 200[5] 51

References

  1. ^ Jeffries, Vincent. "UFO No Place to Run review".  
  2. ^ "UFO – No Place To Run". Norwegiancharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved November 16, 2013.
  3. ^ "UFO – No Place To Run". Swedishcharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved November 16, 2013.
  4. ^ "UFO | Artist | Official Charts". UK Albums Chart Retrieved November 16, 2013.
  5. ^ "No Place to Run Billboard Albums".  
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