In addition to a full-length concert performance, filmed on Friday, May 13 at the Pumpwerk in Wilhelmshaven, Germany, the upcoming UFO DVD will also include songs from a studio session where the band will play tracks which in the past have rarely been performed on stage. The proposed track listing, chosen as the result of votes sent in by the fans, includes, among others, "Profession of Violence", "Cherry", "Letting Go", "The Wild, the Willing and the Innocent", and the outright winner, "Try Me".The upcoming release will mark the first DVD in over thirty years of UFO's history, to be kept in the tradition of their legendary live album "Strangers in the Night" (1979). UFO — Phil Mogg (vocals), Pete Way (bass), Vinnie Moore (guitar), Paul Raymond (rhythm guitar, keyboards) and Jason Bonham (drums) — are scheduled to record the whole Pumpwerk show, turning up with a serious contingent of camera crew and heaps of technical equipment. Not only will they perform their greatest hits, but also tracks from their current release, "You Are Here". The show promises to be a memorable occasion, enhanced by a stage design created especially for the night, plus an extravagant light show.
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