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No Heavy Petting/Lights Out
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
1994 release on BGO featuring the metal act's 1976 & 1977Chrysalis albums 'No Heavy Petting' & 'Lights Out',respectively, remastered from the original master tapes andtogether on one CD with extensive sleeve notes & faithf... more »
1994 release on BGO featuring the metal act's 1976 & 1977Chrysalis albums 'No Heavy Petting' & 'Lights Out',respectively, remastered from the original master tapes andtogether on one CD with extensive sleeve notes & faithfullyrestored artwork! 17 tracks t
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Two absolute classics!
Cameron Traviss | vancouver, BC Canada | 05/05/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"No heavy Petting marked the last UFO album before the Ron Nevison produced Lights out and Obsession. Often overlooked by UFO fans, No Heavy Petting is full of classic UFO moments.
Michael and Phil, regardless of their feelings towards one another, are a brilliant songwriting team. There isn't a weak cut on NHP, and a couple of classics. Martian Landscape is a beautiful ballad, with shimmering guitar and keyboards. My fave cut is On With The Action. Brilliant tension-building verses climaxing in one of Schenkers' finest solos.
Moving on, what can one say about Lights Out that hasn't already been said? In addition to Obsession, the absolute zenith of the Schenker-Mogg-Parker-Raymond-Way era UFO. Produced brilliantly by Ron Nevison, every cut is a killer. Not a weak moment.
2 awesome albums on one CD. buy it and enjoy!"
Keyboards did not ruin this hard rocking 2 on 1 CD!!!
Infiltrator | Radec | 06/03/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Some had already panned "No Heavy Petting" before it's 1976 release due to the presence of Danny Peyronel's keyboard contribution. Unfortunately, these critics couldn't have been more wrong. Even though Peyronel did not enjoy touring, and left after this album, he did contribute his writing ability to three songs which were among the best on the album. As far as Paul Raymond's appearance and the "Lights Out" part of this CD, let history speak for itself, as "Lights Out" thrusted UFO into the spotlight with songs like "Too Hot To Handle," "Lights Out," and "Love To Love." But people always tend to forget the killer tracks like "Just Another Suicide" and "Electric Phase," which also appear on this CD. If you like these two albums, you should also enjoy "Force It," which in my opinion, is the best!"