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Artist: U.F.O.

Title: No Place to Run

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1980

Label: Chrysalis (Japan)

Catalog Number: TOCP-7202


Phil Mogg vocals
Andy Parker drums
Paul Raymond guitar, keyboards, vocals
Pete Way bass
Paul Chapman guitar


1.  Lettin' Go  
2.  Mystery Train  
3.  This Fire Burns Tonight  
4.  Gone in the Night  
5.  Young Blood  
6.  No Place to Run  
7.  Take It or Leave It  
8.  Money, Money  
9.  Anyday  

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From: Carl Date: April 22, 2001 at 19:23
Chapman did a great job taking over for Schenker, and he proved it here. Great guitar work on this one. "Anyday" is the best tune here.

From: Jennifer Date: April 24, 2001 at 11:40
Right on! Another kick ass UFO album here with great material. More classics for sure.

From: Wayne Date: April 26, 2001 at 11:50
Good follow up to the classic live album, but the production is a bit off. The drums sound a bit crummy but there are some great tunes on this one. Chapman filled Schenker's spot just fine and made his own statement--Paul was a great axe player on this one.

From: Conner Date: April 29, 2001 at 22:07
Good songs herein and worth a few hundred listens! "Youngblood" was out on a single in Perth, Western Australia when I was at University and I just loved it. Good overall.

From: Melinda Date: May 5, 2001 at 11:24
Hard to follow up a classic work like "Strangers In The Night," but this one is quite respectable. Chapman did a good job on this one with his guitar ability. Highlights are "Lettin' Go," "Youngblood," "Mystery Train," and "Anyday." Very enjoyable stuff here.

From: Frank Turner Date: May 11, 2001 at 12:27
Michael who?? So Schenker was gone--didn't notice it here! Chapman blazed ahead and laid down some great solos on this one. He deserves a pat on the back for some great six string work.

From: Jurgen Date: May 16, 2001 at 12:19
I am so gladd this has been out on disc now. It is so enjoyable music from UFO.

From: RockDude Date: May 20, 2001 at 14:17
Production isn't the best on this one but the songs more than make up for the lack of money spent on making it sound good. Paul Chapman played some super solos on this album, and there was no need for Schenker at this point. Let's give Chapman credit for being a great guitar player in his own right.

From: Kobyashi Date: June 2, 2001 at 11:39
Quite interesting and enjoyable, with exceptional work from Paul Chapman. His style differed from Schenker, but nonetheless he was a credit to the band. Highly recommended.

From: Curious B Date: January 31, 2002 at 12:59
I agree with all the positive comments. This album is solid. Money is a classic tune. Have it on record, need to get off my duff and pick up the CD. Good stuff!!

From: Doug Date: June 15, 2002 at 17:03
Oh yeah, here's another good one. Nice to see other people appreciate Paul Chapman's guitar work.

From: Gar Date: August 2, 2002 at 16:15
Great album! Not a bad song in the bunch. Only complaint is that producer George Martin doesn't allow some of the songs to be more aggressive(the title track, in particular). But that was probably due the current musical style of the time(this was released in 1980, after all). That said, it's stil a fantastic album.

From: Beevuss Date: September 16, 2002 at 20:32
Good follow-up to "Strangers In The Night." Chapman had some great riffs and solos on this one.

From: Date: May 7, 2003 at 14:21
Dry production from Martin - horrible. But, not one bad song on it. Every song is a walk up classic. Paul "Tonka" Chapman had the hardest shoes to fill - but he let nobody down with some inspired guitar work. This album remixed would destroy anything out today.

From: alejandro Date: November 4, 2003 at 8:50
Disco de transici˛n,que obra como puente en la carrera de la banda. Chapman deslumbra,calzÓndose los zapatos de Schenker y sobrepasa las expectativas.De todas maneras,lo que vendrýa mas tarde sorpenderýa a mas de uno,que pens˛ que sin el germano UFO decaerýa.Esto sucedi˛ mas bien cuando Chapman se larg˛.ANYDAY,MYSTERY TRAIN,GONE IN THE NIGHT,TAKE IT OR LEVE IT,LETTIN GO,son lo mejorcito de un disco muy parejo,aunque un pasito atras de sus antecesores.7/10.

From: Brian Mc Date: January 28, 2004 at 3:56
Chapman took over for Schenker way befor the "Strangers..." tour was complete. That's why he's the big balled SOB that makes this lp so great! Saw UFO with opener AC/DC in May of '79 in Des Moines, Iowa & Chapman played like he'd been with them non-stop for years. Despite poor production & low budget engineering on "NWTR" (that's Chrysalis for you!) these guys rock their asses off & the musical delivery is over the top! Check out the live stuff on the "Headstone" lp. Paul gave UFO life again!

From: Mr M Date: May 3, 2004 at 11:54
Martin wanted shooting for this naff production number. Still, there are tunes here the quality of which soar above the straight-jacketed sound: Mystery Train, Letting Go, Gone in the Night and, of course, Anyday. Class.

From: Big Papa K Date: June 30, 2004 at 12:16
I am a Michael Schenker fan, but I do prefer the Chapman era of UFO. The band does not miss a beat here and produce great songs such as "Lettin Go" and "Mystery Train". Could have done without George Martin producing this one. He should just stick to pop bands. 8/10

From: uusiolli Date: August 5, 2004 at 23:24
Mediocre stuff. Not a single really great tune here. Best one is a cover song. Myster Train. 7/10 shows just that I actually like the band.

From: Propane Date: December 1, 2004 at 19:09
UFO didn't skip a beat on this one. Synchronicity has not been lost here, at all. Nice work.

From: Remastered Reason Date: January 17, 2006 at 13:24
Exit Schenker, enter change? Not really. This album really rocks for a band that was still flying high from the glory days.

From: Doug Date: June 30, 2006 at 10:06
"Youngblood" is a cool riff!

From: Real rock fan Date: December 10, 2008 at 17:24
Nearly has good as some of the Schenker era albums, really excellent album. Loved this ever since I was at school and a few of us had this on cassette. Young Blood is a great song as is the title track.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 14, 2017 at 12:41
A pretty good album with 2 songs that are really awesome ones that go in the shape of "Mystery Train" & "This Fire Burns Tonight"...tracks 1,6 & 9 are also pleasant ones.86/100

From: Auslander Date: February 28, 2021 at 10:45
This one doesn't get the love it deserves, probably cause Schenker left and he was always gonna be a hard act to follow. But, to me it is a good quality early 80s hard rock album. The song "Youngblood" is the best track to my ears. Sure, it's not in the league of Lights Out or Obsession, but it stacks up pretty well against the rest. 70/100.

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