Ha! Ha! Ha! (Remastered)
Download links and information about Ha! Ha! Ha! (Remastered) by Ultravox. This album was released in 1977 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 55:51 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative|
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|3.||Fear In the Western World||4:00|
|5.||Man Who Dies Every Day||4:11|
|7.||While I'm Still Alive||3:16|
|8.||Hiroshima Mon Amour||5:14|
|9.||Young Savage (Single Version)||3:00|
|10.||The Man Who Dies Every Day (Remix)||4:18|
|11.||Hiroshima Mon Amour (Alternate Version)||4:56|
|13.||The Man Who Dies Every Day (Live)||3:53|
|14.||Young Savage (Live)||3:22|
Ultravox’s Ha Ha Ha packs a heavier wallop than the band’s debut from the same year while showcasing an early production from Steve Lilywhite (U2, The Killers, Rolling Stones). The whole album’s crammed with feedback, booming synths, and ear-bending guitars. It’s a sonic metaphor of inner-city fallout, with singer John Foxx providing a running commentary like he’s some trash-art preacher perched at a brothel. The Kubrickian “Young Savage” is every bit an anthem for churlish youth as The Sex Pistols’ “Pretty Vacant” was (with a weirdly classical guitar part that tears the whole song down, but in big beautiful way). The loping synth in “The Man Who Dies Everyday” is like a cop car’s siren signaling the end to a purposeless and nihilistic ritual of daily living. It’s a misunderstood rock ’n’ roll album—it does all it can to not to be pop music, while at the same time commanding your attention because the songs are so well-written.