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Artist: Mogg/Way

Title: Chocolate Box

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Category: Prog Rock

Year: 1999

Label: SPV

Catalog Number: SPV-085-21552 Cd

Personnel

Phil Mogg vocals
Jeff Kollman guitars
Paul Raymond guitars, keyboards
Pete Way bass
Simon Wright drums

Tracks

1.  Muddy's Gold  
2.  Jerusalem  
3.  Too Close to the Sun  
4.  This Is a Life  
5.  Living and Dying  
6.  King of the City  
7.  Death in the Family  
8.  Whip That Groove  
9.  Last Man in Space  
10.  Sparkling Wine  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: pablo riofrio Date: June 18, 2002 at 14:44
Excellent record. Listen Kollman guitar. Really UFO with another name. Recommended.

From: Batfool Date: June 27, 2002 at 2:44
I have to admit, I'm a die hard UFO fan anyway. This is one of the best CD's I've ever owned. I have played it a million times. It has a great feel to it throughout. Put it in your collection!

From: Gar Date: September 4, 2002 at 18:44
The unofficial UFO. Michael Schenker is part owner of the name UFO. They can only be called UFO if he's involved. This is a good album, but I liked the first Mogg/Way better.

From: Tc Date: January 28, 2004 at 18:57
Two words.....'Shit box'! I like the better 'Edge of the World' where Mogg`s vocals don`t sound as tired. And what is it with Mogg and bloody trains! Tc

From: Propane Date: November 30, 2004 at 18:58
Why on earth would they classify this as prog rock? Prog rock SUCKS and this is nothing of the sort. This one may be a little weaker than the last, but still a very good venture worthy of the name/name. A must have.

From: hair metal again Date: August 24, 2009 at 2:37
this sounds much as the latest ufo era.classic hard rock songs with a fresh sound .from the first tunes you get impressed by the quality and the great way of singing by phil mogg.i must also add that the guitar work is very impressive.this release doesnt have the big hits but contains a strong dose of hard rock in the ufo way.it sounds good to me


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