UFO: 'Hard Rock Legends Vol. 1' Available For Streaming
"Rockpalast" is a world-renowned German television series that began airing in 1974 on the German television station Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR). Translated into English as "Rock Palace", the television series still airs today. Over the years countless artists and bands have appeared on the show and now MIG (Made In Germany Music) is pleased to present "UFO - Hard Rock Legends Vol. 1", a new CD/DVD featuring footage of UFO's November 29, 1980 concert at Westfalenhalle in Dortmund, Germany.
From the first notes of "Lettin' Go", you can hear an experienced band celebrating a compact, homogenic, and straight forward performance. During this show they tore through their hits including: "Lights Out", "Too Hot to Handle", "Only You Can Rock Me", "Cherry" as well as a magnificent cover of ELVIS PRESLEY's "Mystery Train". Ending the night with a breathtaking encore which included "Rock Bottom" and "Doctor Doctor", this concert remains a stunning document of the power and perfection of one of the greatest hard rock bands that have ever existed.
Due on October 26 via MIG, "UFO - Hard Rock Legends Vol. 1" is now available for streaming in its entirety at AOL Music.
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