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U.K. - Night After Night - Live Night After Night - Live
Prog New - LP PD-1-6234 Polydor
Factory Sealed 1979 Original, CC. Final Release From This Progressive Supergroup That Featured Eddie Jobson, John Wetton And Terry Bozio.... more details
 
U.K. - U.K. U.K.
Prog Used - LP PD-1-6146 Polydor
Beautiful 1978 Original In Custom Inner. Still In Shrink With Original Platters Price Tag. “The Debut Album From Amalgamated Progsters John Wetton, Bill Bruford, Eddie Jobson, And Allan Holdsworth Has The Edge Over Both Danger Money And Night After Night Because Of The Synthesis Of Melody And Rhythm That Is Inflicted Through Nearly Every One Of The Eight Tracks. While Not As Commercial Sounding As Wetton's 1980s Supergroup Asia, U.K. Mustered Up A Progressive Air By The Use Of Intelligent Keyboard And Percussion Interplay Without Sounding Mainstream. Jobson's Work With The Electric Violin And Assorted Synthesizers Adds To An Already Profound Astuteness Carried By Wetton. Former Yes And Genesis Drummer Bill Bruford Is Just As Important Behind The Kit, Making His Presence Felt On Numbers Like "Thirty Years" And "Nevermore." Without Carrying The Same Rhythms Or Cadences Through Each Song, U.K. Implements Some Differentiation Into Their Music, Straying From The Sometimes Over-The-Top Musicianship That Occurs With The Gathering Of Such An Elite Bunch. The Melodious Finish Of Such Tracks As "By The Light Of Day" And "Alaska" Showcases The Overall Fluency Of Each Member, And Shows No Signs Of Any Progressive Tediousness That Could Have Easily Evolved. All Three Of U.K.'S Albums Are Enjoyable, But The Debut Sports The Most Interest, Since It Spotlights Their Remarkable Fit As A Band For The First Time.” – Mike Degagne, All Music Guide... more details
 
U.K. - U.K. U.K.
Pop Used - LP PD-1-6146 Polydor
Beautiful 1978 Original In Custom Inner Still In Shrink Wrap. CC. Appears Unplayed. “The Debut Album From Amalgamated Progsters John Wetton, Bill Bruford, Eddie Jobson, And Allan Holdsworth Has The Edge Over Both Danger Money And Night After Night Because Of The Synthesis Of Melody And Rhythm That Is Inflicted Through Nearly Every One Of The Eight Tracks. While Not As Commercial Sounding As Wetton's 1980s Supergroup Asia, U.K. Mustered Up A Progressive Air By The Use Of Intelligent Keyboard And Percussion Interplay Without Sounding Mainstream. Jobson's Work With The Electric Violin And Assorted Synthesizers Adds To An Already Profound Astuteness Carried By Wetton. Former Yes And Genesis Drummer Bill Bruford Is Just As Important Behind The Kit, Making His Presence Felt On Numbers Like "Thirty Years" And "Nevermore." Without Carrying The Same Rhythms Or Cadences Through Each Song, U.K. Implements Some Differentiation Into Their Music, Straying From The Sometimes Over-The-Top Musicianship That Occurs With The Gathering Of Such An Elite Bunch. The Melodious Finish Of Such Tracks As "By The Light Of Day" And "Alaska" Showcases The Overall Fluency Of Each Member, And Shows No Signs Of Any Progressive Tediousness That Could Have Easily Evolved. All Three Of U.K.'S Albums Are Enjoyable, But The Debut Sports The Most Interest, Since It Spotlights Their Remarkable Fit As A Band For The First Time.” – Mike Degagne, All Music Guide... more details
 
U.K. - Danger Money Danger Money
Pop New - LP PD-1-6194 Polydor
Sealed 1979 Original, CC.... more details
 
U.K. - Danger Money Danger Money
Pop New - LP EGLP 39 Editions EG
Sealed 1979 Original. Small Saw Notch.... more details
 
U.K. - Danger Money Danger Money
Pop Used - LP PD-1-6194 Polydor
Beautiful 1979 UK Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
U.K. - U.K. U.K.
Prog Used - LP 2302 080 Polydor
Beautiful 1978 UK Original.... more details
 
U.K. - U.K. U.K.
Prog Used - LP PD-1-6146 Polydor
1978 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Cut Corner. “The Debut Album From Amalgamated Progsters John Wetton, Bill Bruford, Eddie Jobson, And Allan Holdsworth Has The Edge Over Both Danger Money And Night After Night Because Of The Synthesis Of Melody And Rhythm That Is Inflicted Through Nearly Every One Of The Eight Tracks. While Not As Commercial Sounding As Wetton's 1980s Supergroup Asia, U.K. Mustered Up A Progressive Air By The Use Of Intelligent Keyboard And Percussion Interplay Without Sounding Mainstream. Jobson's Work With The Electric Violin And Assorted Synthesizers Adds To An Already Profound Astuteness Carried By Wetton. Former Yes And Genesis Drummer Bill Bruford Is Just As Important Behind The Kit, Making His Presence Felt On Numbers Like "Thirty Years" And "Nevermore." Without Carrying The Same Rhythms Or Cadences Through Each Song, U.K. Implements Some Differentiation Into Their Music, Straying From The Sometimes Over-The-Top Musicianship That Occurs With The Gathering Of Such An Elite Bunch. The Melodious Finish Of Such Tracks As "By The Light Of Day" And "Alaska" Showcases The Overall Fluency Of Each Member, And Shows No Signs Of Any Progressive Tediousness That Could Have Easily Evolved. All Three Of U.K.'S Albums Are Enjoyable, But The Debut Sports The Most Interest, Since It Spotlights Their Remarkable Fit As A Band For The First Time.” Mike Degagne, All Music Guide.... more details
 

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