UFO: New Album Artwork Posted Online

UFO have posted the cover art for their new album, "You Are Here", at this location.

The group's first effort to feature new guitarist Vinnie Moore, "You Are Here" was recorded near Hannover, Germany with producer Tommy Newton (HELLOWEEN, CONCEPTION, VICTORY, ELEGY, ARK, TEN) and is due in Europe on February 16, 2004 through SPV Records. The album's U.S. release is expected in March.

The complete track listing for "You Are Here" is as follows:

01. Daylight Goes To Town
02. Black Cold Coffee
03. The Wild One
04. Give It Up
05. Call Me
06. Slipping Away
07. The Spark That Is Us
08. Sympathy
09. Mr. Freeze
10. Jelloman
11. Baby Blue
12. Swallow

UFO's current lineup consists of the following:

Phil Mogg – Vocals
Pete Way – Bass
Paul Raymond – Keyboards/Guitar
Jason Bonham – Drums
Vinnie Moore – Guitar

Several pictures of UFO's new lineup can be viewed at the group's newly launched official web site.

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