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Ultravox

Ultravox had its roots as a glam-meets punk outfit leaded by Bowie-esque frontman, John Foxx, whose obessions with futurism and sc-fi was eventually matched by the groups growing use of synthesisers. The band saw a major shake up in 1979 when Foxx left and Midge Ure replaced him as singer/songwriter, with the new lineup's debut LP, Vinenna, expanding upon the synth traces of the previous records and turning into a sleek synthpop sound geared for the New-Wave charts.

Similar Bands: John Foxx, Gary Numan, The Human League, Roxy Music, David Bowie

U-Vox
1986

2.4
10 Votes
Lament
1984

3.7
16 Votes
Quartet
1982

3.7
15 Votes
Rage In Eden
1981

3.9
15 Votes
Vienna
1980

4
34 Votes
Systems Of Romance
1978

3.8
20 Votes
Ha!-Ha!-Ha!
1977

3.5
16 Votes
Ultravox!
1977

3.4
17 Votes

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