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Doctor Doctor (UFO song)


Doctor Doctor (UFO song)

This article is about UFO song from 1974. For Thompson Twins song from 1984, see Doctor! Doctor!.
For other uses, see the disambiguation page, Doctor Doctor (disambiguation)
"Doctor Doctor"
A-side "Doctor Doctor"
B-side "On with the Action" / "Try Me"
Released May 1974 (studio)
January 1979 (live)
Format 7"
Genre Hard rock, heavy metal
Length 4:10 (Phenomenon LP)
Label Chrysalis
Writer(s) Michael Schenker, Phil Mogg
Producer Ron Nevison
UFO singles chronology

"Only You Can Rock Me"
"Doctor Doctor"
"Shoot Shoot"

"Doctor Doctor" is a single by the British hard rock band UFO, written by the band's, at the time, new guitarist, Michael Schenker and original singer Phil Mogg. Released in 1974, it was extracted from the album Phenomenon, but it did not enter the UK Singles Chart.[1] The song eventually charted in 1979, when a live version taken from the live album Strangers in the Night was released as a single and became the first hit for the band.[2]

It remains a staple in every concert of UFO and of Michael Schenker Group and has been covered on stage and in the recording studios by heavy metal bands, most notably by Iron Maiden,[3] who also used the song as the last one being played over the PA just before the show starts, on recent tours.[4]


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