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40 Years Ago: UFO Land on U.S. Chart With ‘Force It’

UFO released 'Force It,' their most successful album to date, in July 1975.

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UFO Post Teaser for New ‘Conspiracy of Stars’ Album

UFO fans can get an early peek at the band's new album, 'A Conspiracy of Stars,' in a brief teaser video that shows the group rehearsing while playing a piece of the record's opening track, 'The Killing Kind.'

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Slash and Nikki Sixx Guesting on New Solo Album from Ex-UFO Bassist Pete Way

Former UFO bassist Pete Way is celebrating his recent triumph over prostate cancer by inviting a few famous friends to guest on his next solo album, due in early 2015.

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Ex-UFO Bassist Pete Way Beats Prostate Cancer, Urges Men to Get Tested

The bassist has learned from his past indulgences, and urges men to get tested before it's too late.

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40 Years Ago: UFO Release ‘Phenomenon’

UFO released their third album, 'Phenomenon,' in May of 1974.

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35 Years Ago: UFO Release ‘Strangers in the Night’

When UFO released their first live album, the poetically named ‘Strangers in the Night,’ in January 1979, they surely couldn’t have guessed it would stand the test of time as one of history’s greatest concert documents — let alone mark the apex of their entire career.

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Founding UFO Bassist Pete Way Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer

Pete Way, the founding bassist for UFO, has been diagnosed with prostate cancer. But he expects to make a full recovery.

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UFO Burn Down The House In Ohio

Over 40 years on, UFO remain one of hard rock's most treasured, and yet most under appreciated bands ever. Though the band has seen its share of personnel changes over the years, founding drummer Andy Parker and original singer Phil Mogg are clearly in it for the long haul. Thursday night at the Tangier in Akron, Ohio, neither one showed any real signs of wear and tear.

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UFO, Robin Trower and Ten Years After Open Archives for Live CDs

If it's live performances from British classic rockers you're in the mood for, Rhino's got you covered this fall.

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UFO Announce North American Tour Dates

Still on the road supporting last year's 'Seven Deadly' LP, the guys in UFO are planning a trip to North America for the fall.

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