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Dangerous Rhythm



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Redirected from Dangerous Rhythm (song)). Ultravox! is the eponymous debut studio album by British new wave band Ultravox!. It was recorded at Island Studios in Hammersmith, London in the autumn of 1976 and produced by Ultravox! and Steve Lillywhite with studio assistance from Brian Eno. It was released on 25 February 1977 by Island. The songs "Sat'day Night in the City of the Dead" and "Dangerous Rhythm", alongside other songs from the album, were written while the band were named Tiger Lily

Oh, take off your halo For the all-night inferno Something is happening in the air. It's not like anything I've ever known before And I don't care. Dangerous rhythm Dangerous rhythm Dangerous rhythm in the air. Surging and merging Urgent and urging Soft as a footstep on the stair. The red light is on now My gravity's gone and how I can feel something in the air. It's not like.

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Ultravox!'s sales were disappointing, and neither the album nor the associated single "Dangerous Rhythm" managed to enter the UK charts. Relations within the band were on an occasionally tenuous footing during this time as Foxx declared that he intended to live without emotions, a sentiment he wrote into the d├ębut album track "I Want to Be a Machine". Ultravox returned later in 1977 with the punkier Ha!-Ha!-Ha!. Sales of both the album and its lead single, "ROckWrok", were poor, both failing to register on the UK charts. One of the first tracks by a British band to feature a drum machine (a Roland Rhythm 77 with preset patterns), the song signalled a new direction for Ultravox. The energy, anger and popular appeal of punk was fading in 1978, and the more creative UK punk genre talent sought new directions-calling themselves British new wave instead of punk rock artists.

Dangerous Rhythm Album Cover Art. Ultravox. 7" Vinyl 1. 1 Dangerous Rhythm.

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WIP 6375 Ultravox!* Dangerous Rhythm ‎(7", Single) Island Records WIP 6375 UK 1977
WIP 6375 Ultravox!* Dangerous Rhythm ‎(7", DJ ) Island Records WIP 6375 UK 1977
6837 382 Ultravox!* Dangerous Rhythm ‎(7", Single) Island Records 6837 382 France 1977
17 715 AT Ultravox Dangerous Rhythm ‎(7", Single) Island Records 17 715 AT Germany 1977
WIP 6375 Ultravox Dangerous Rhythm ‎(7", RE) Island Records WIP 6375 UK 1981

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