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  • Audio CD (May 29 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Music Canada
  • ASIN: B007R9MFPU
  • In-Print Editions: LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #25,368 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Live Again
2. Flow
3. Brilliant
4. The Change
5. Rise
6. Remembering
7. Hello
8. This One
9. Fall
10. Let It Lie
11. Satellite
12. Contact

Product Description

2012 studio album from the reunited '80s quartet featuring the band's classic hit-making line-up: Midge Ure, Billy Currie, Chris Cross and Warren Cann. Recorded in Canada, Los Angeles and the UK, Brilliant sees Ultravox expanding their classic sonic template and reminding us of their strength as songwriters of the highest caliber. Dramatic, passionate and truly epic in scale and sound, Brilliant is not only a prescient reminder of how great this reborn band are, but an exciting and vital addition to an extraordinary catalog of music which today sounds more current and influential than ever. EMI.

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Classic Ultravox, in the same vein as Vienna. Very well done. I am a big Ultravox fan and I was surprised at how good this album is. I would have given it 4 stars, but as similar to Vienna as this album is, it falls short in that most of the songs are either too long or too overly orchestrated. Also, Vienna had a little more variety than Brilliant does, and for that I rated 4 out of 5 stars. Some may say that Brilliant stands on its own and that a comparison to Vienna is unfair. Really? Listen to Vienna and then listen to Brilliant and tell me that Ultravox isn't trying to capture that nostalgic synth/guitar sound that made it one of the best bands of the New Romantic/New Wave/Synth Pop movement of the 80's. Still though it was nice to see the original line up produce such a solid album - i liked it, but it could have been better.
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By dorothie22 on Jan. 27 2014
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We weren't expecting too much from the resurrected original lineup, but there are a few good songs here (Flow, Rise, some others) that makes this album worth a listen. Hints of the old Ultravox here and there in flourishes and textures, but overall rather different in tone -- less showy and dramatic, more down-to-earth, which may be something to be regretted for those who liked the evocative resonance of the old sound. Still, I listen to this quite a bit. Why such dull monochrome album art, though? Modesty is all very well, and I guess the drab album art undercuts the pretension of the title, but something a bit more imaginative would have helped. Great to see Midge and all back in the game!
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It was good to hear Midge Ure as the lead vocals on this album again. Midge was on a solo for a few years when he left Ultravox.
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