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Rage In Eden (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about Rage In Eden (Deluxe Version) by Ultravox. This album was released in 1981 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:51:40 minutes.

Artist: Ultravox
Release date: 1981
Genre: Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:51:40
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No. Title Length
1. The Voice 6:02
2. We Stand Alone 5:39
3. Rage In Eden 4:12
4. I Remember (Death In the Afternoon) 4:57
5. The Thin Wall 5:41
6. Stranger Within 7:28
7. Accent On Youth 4:44
8. The Ascent 2:19
9. Your Name (Has Slipped My Mind Again) 4:32
10. I Never Wanted to Begin 3:33
11. Paths and Angles 4:22
12. I Never Wanted to Begin (Extended Version) 6:19
13. Private Lives (Live At Crystal Palace 13/6/81) 4:51
14. All Stood Still (Live At Crystal Palace 13/6/81) 4:22
15. I Remember (Death In the Afternoon) [Live At Hammersmith Odeon 1981] 5:47
16. Stranger Within (Live At Hammersmith Odeon 1981) 8:02
17. Rage In Eden (Live At Hammersmith Odeon 1981) 4:26
18. Accent On Youth (Live At Hammersmith Odeon 1981) 4:45
19. The Ascent (Live At Hammersmith Odeon 1981) 2:27
20. Your Name (Has Slipped My Mind Again) [Live At Hammersmith Odeon 1981] 4:45
21. Stranger Within (Work In Progress Mix) 7:11
22. The Thin Wall (Work In Progress Mix) 5:16



Following on from the success of Vienna, Ultravox cemented their position as a new romantic phenomenon with their follow-up, 1981's Rage in Eden. The martial beats and political undertones of "The Thin Wall" single acted as a potent taster for the album, to be joined in the U.K. Top 20 by the even more powerful message of "The Voice." The latter song opened the album, but nothing that followed equaled its strength, its sequencing a flaw in an otherwise excellent set. That said, propulsive numbers like "We Stand Alone" and "I Remember (Death in the Afternoon)," the rebellious angst of "Accent on Youth," the exotic strains of "Stranger Within," and the haunting "Your Name Has Slipped My Mind Again" all contained their own power. And even if the instrumental "The Ascent" harked back to "Vienna," it was obvious that with Eden, Ultravox were climbing to grand new heights. [This edition of the album contains a bonus disc of live tracks and unreleased material.]