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" (1977) (as ultravox!

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"*1977: "ha!-ha!-ha!

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in 2002 the press reported a technology called ultravox being developed by nullsoft.

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em 2002, a imprensa noticiou uma tecnologia chamada de ultravox, que estava sendo desenvolvida pela nullsoft.

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he produced a demo recording for ultravox, which led to them being offered a recording contract with island records.

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ele produziu uma gravação demo para ultravox, o que os levou a assinar com a island records.

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although aol tried to limit the distribution of gnutella and waste, the ultravox technology was reportedly used for some aol radio services in 2003.

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embora a aol tentou limitar a distribuição do gnutella e do waste, a tecnologia ultravox supostamente foi usada por alguns serviços de rádio da aol em 2003.

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in the 1980s, chrysalis was at the forefront of the british new romantic movement with bands such as ultravox, and spandau ballet.

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nos anos 80 a chrysalis se colocou na frente do movimento britânico new romantic, com bandas como spandau ballet e ultravox (através do selo reformation records).

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traductor de googlebob geldof formed the punk group boomtown rats in 1975. during the band's existence, it moved from the pure energy and aggression of hits like "looking after no. 1" to the more sophisticated but still provocative "i don't like mondays" (its title derived from the answer given by a san diego schoolgirl when asked why she'd killed her classmates). the band became a moderate success in the u.k., though it never really broke through in the u.s. in the fall of 1984, geldof watched a bbc documentary on ethiopian poverty and was inspired to co-write, with ultravox frontman midge ure, the charity single "do they know it's christmas?" it featured a large number of british pop stars performing under the name band aid and became the best-selling single in u.k. history. michael jackson and lionel richie repeated the feat the following year in the u.s. with "we are the world." by then geldof was involved in plans for a massive charity concert that eventually became live aid, two marathon shows held july 13, 1985, at wembley stadium in london and at jfk stadium in philadelphia, featuring a who's who of pop/rock talent. millions were raised and distributed to the african poor. geldof was nominated for a nobel prize and knighted, and his autobiography is that all? became a u.k. best-seller. in 1986, the rats split and geldof launched a solo career, again with greater success in england than in the u.s. deep in the heart of nowhere appeared that same year; however, geldof's signature lyrical intellect wasn't up to par. he fared a bit better on 1990's the vegetarians of love. instead of using an all-star cast found on his previous two albums, geldof put a band together for the solid 1993 release happy club. for the rest of the decade, geldof continued his fight against world hunger, specifically african famine. he joined wyclef jean, bono, and others such as bryan ferry, jimmy page, stereophonics, and sean "puffy" combs for netaid in october 1999. three stadium concerts, which took place in new york, london, and geneva, were simulcasted live on the internet, radio, and television, staging a multimedia event that aimed to help end world poverty. in the new millennium, geldof returned to music for 2002's sex, age & death. in 2004 he was asked to participate in dmc records' under the influence series, a project that compiles songs that influenced the chosen performer's career, with extensive liner notes from the artists themselves. during the mid-2000s, geldof devoted himself to charity work, most prominently re-teaming with midge ure for 2005's live 8 concerts, which were designed to showcase the various social ills affecting africa. geldof did not return to pop music until 2011, when he released the full-length how to compose popular songs that will sell in february. ~ william ruhlmann

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bob geldof formed the punk group boomtown rats in 1975. during the band's existence, it moved from the pure energy and aggression of hits like "looking after no. 1" to the more sophisticated but still provocative "i don't like mondays" (its title derived from the answer given by a san diego schoolgirl when asked why she'd killed her classmates). the band became a moderate success in the u.k., though it never really broke through in the u.s. in the fall of 1984, geldof watched a bbc documentary on ethiopian poverty and was inspired to co-write, with ultravox frontman midge ure, the charity single "do they know it's christmas?" it featured a large number of british pop stars performing under the name band aid and became the best-selling single in u.k. history. michael jackson and lionel richie repeated the feat the following year in the u.s. with "we are the world." by then geldof was involved in plans for a massive charity concert that eventually became live aid, two marathon shows held july 13, 1985, at wembley stadium in london and at jfk stadium in philadelphia, featuring a who's who of pop/rock talent. millions were raised and distributed to the african poor. geldof was nominated for a nobel prize and knighted, and his autobiography is that all? became a u.k. best-seller. in 1986, the rats split and geldof launched a solo career, again with greater success in england than in the u.s. deep in the heart of nowhere appeared that same year; however, geldof's signature lyrical intellect wasn't up to par. he fared a bit better on 1990's the vegetarians of love. instead of using an all-star cast found on his previous two albums, geldof put a band together for the solid 1993 release happy club. for the rest of the decade, geldof continued his fight against world hunger, specifically african famine. he joined wyclef jean, bono, and others such as bryan ferry, jimmy page, stereophonics, and sean "puffy" combs for netaid in october 1999. three stadium concerts, which took place in new york, london, and geneva, were simulcasted live on the internet, radio, and television, staging a multimedia event that aimed to help end world poverty. in the new millennium, geldof returned to music for 2002's sex, age & death. in 2004 he was asked to participate in dmc records' under the influence series, a project that compiles songs that influenced the chosen performer's career, with extensive liner notes from the artists themselves. during the mid-2000s, geldof devoted himself to charity work, most prominently re-teaming with midge ure for 2005's live 8 concerts, which were designed to showcase the various social ills affecting africa. geldof did not return to pop music until 2011, when he released the full-length how to compose popular songs that will sell in february. ~ william ruhlmann

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traductor de googlebob geldof formed the punk group boomtown rats in 1975. during the band's existence, it moved from the pure energy and aggression of hits like "looking after no. 1" to the more sophisticated but still provocative "i don't like mondays" (its title derived from the answer given by a san diego schoolgirl when asked why she'd killed her classmates). the band became a moderate success in the u.k., though it never really broke through in the u.s. in the fall of 1984, geldof watched a bbc documentary on ethiopian poverty and was inspired to co-write, with ultravox frontman midge ure, the charity single "do they know it's christmas?" it featured a large number of british pop stars performing under the name band aid and became the best-selling single in u.k. history. michael jackson and lionel richie repeated the feat the following year in the u.s. with "we are the world." by then geldof was involved in plans for a massive charity concert that eventually became live aid, two marathon shows held july 13, 1985, at wembley stadium in london and at jfk stadium in philadelphia, featuring a who's who of pop/rock talent. millions were raised and distributed to the african poor. geldof was nominated for a nobel prize and knighted, and his autobiography is that all? became a u.k. best-seller. in 1986, the rats split and geldof launched a solo career, again with greater success in england than in the u.s. deep in the heart of nowhere appeared that same year; however, geldof's signature lyrical intellect wasn't up to par. he fared a bit better on 1990's the vegetarians of love. instead of using an all-star cast found on his previous two albums, geldof put a band together for the solid 1993 release happy club. for the rest of the decade, geldof continued his fight against world hunger, specifically african famine. he joined wyclef jean, bono, and others such as bryan ferry, jimmy page, stereophonics, and sean "puffy" combs for netaid in october 1999. three stadium concerts, which took place in new york, london, and geneva, were simulcasted live on the internet, radio, and television, staging a multimedia event that aimed to help end world poverty. in the new millennium, geldof returned to music for 2002's sex, age & death. in 2004 he was asked to participate in dmc records' under the influence series, a project that compiles songs that influenced the chosen performer's career, with extensive liner notes from the artists themselves. during the mid-2000s, geldof devoted himself to charity work, most prominently re-teaming with midge ure for 2005's live 8 concerts, which were designed to showcase the various social ills affecting africa. geldof did not return to pop music until 2011, when he released the full-length how to compose popular songs that will sell in february. ~ william ruhlmann

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bob geldof formed the punk group boomtown rats in 1975. during the band's existence, it moved from the pure energy and aggression of hits like "looking after no. 1" to the more sophisticated but still provocative "i don't like mondays" (its title derived from the answer given by a san diego schoolgirl when asked why she'd killed her classmates). the band became a moderate success in the u.k., though it never really broke through in the u.s. in the fall of 1984, geldof watched a bbc documentary on ethiopian poverty and was inspired to co-write, with ultravox frontman midge ure, the charity single "do they know it's christmas?" it featured a large number of british pop stars performing under the name band aid and became the best-selling single in u.k. history. michael jackson and lionel richie repeated the feat the following year in the u.s. with "we are the world." by then geldof was involved in plans for a massive charity concert that eventually became live aid, two marathon shows held july 13, 1985, at wembley stadium in london and at jfk stadium in philadelphia, featuring a who's who of pop/rock talent. millions were raised and distributed to the african poor. geldof was nominated for a nobel prize and knighted, and his autobiography is that all? became a u.k. best-seller. in 1986, the rats split and geldof launched a solo career, again with greater success in england than in the u.s. deep in the heart of nowhere appeared that same year; however, geldof's signature lyrical intellect wasn't up to par. he fared a bit better on 1990's the vegetarians of love. instead of using an all-star cast found on his previous two albums, geldof put a band together for the solid 1993 release happy club. for the rest of the decade, geldof continued his fight against world hunger, specifically african famine. he joined wyclef jean, bono, and others such as bryan ferry, jimmy page, stereophonics, and sean "puffy" combs for netaid in october 1999. three stadium concerts, which took place in new york, london, and geneva, were simulcasted live on the internet, radio, and television, staging a multimedia event that aimed to help end world poverty. in the new millennium, geldof returned to music for 2002's sex, age & death. in 2004 he was asked to participate in dmc records' under the influence series, a project that compiles songs that influenced the chosen performer's career, with extensive liner notes from the artists themselves. during the mid-2000s, geldof devoted himself to charity work, most prominently re-teaming with midge ure for 2005's live 8 concerts, which were designed to showcase the various social ills affecting africa. geldof did not return to pop music until 2011, when he released the full-length how to compose popular songs that will sell in february. ~ william ruhlmann

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traductor de googlebob geldof formed the punk group boomtown rats in 1975. during the band's existence, it moved from the pure energy and aggression of hits like "looking after no. 1" to the more sophisticated but still provocative "i don't like mondays" (its title derived from the answer given by a san diego schoolgirl when asked why she'd killed her classmates). the band became a moderate success in the u.k., though it never really broke through in the u.s. in the fall of 1984, geldof watched a bbc documentary on ethiopian poverty and was inspired to co-write, with ultravox frontman midge ure, the charity single "do they know it's christmas?" it featured a large number of british pop stars performing under the name band aid and became the best-selling single in u.k. history. michael jackson and lionel richie repeated the feat the following year in the u.s. with "we are the world." by then geldof was involved in plans for a massive charity concert that eventually became live aid, two marathon shows held july 13, 1985, at wembley stadium in london and at jfk stadium in philadelphia, featuring a who's who of pop/rock talent. millions were raised and distributed to the african poor. geldof was nominated for a nobel prize and knighted, and his autobiography is that all? became a u.k. best-seller. in 1986, the rats split and geldof launched a solo career, again with greater success in england than in the u.s. deep in the heart of nowhere appeared that same year; however, geldof's signature lyrical intellect wasn't up to par. he fared a bit better on 1990's the vegetarians of love. instead of using an all-star cast found on his previous two albums, geldof put a band together for the solid 1993 release happy club. for the rest of the decade, geldof continued his fight against world hunger, specifically african famine. he joined wyclef jean, bono, and others such as bryan ferry, jimmy page, stereophonics, and sean "puffy" combs for netaid in october 1999. three stadium concerts, which took place in new york, london, and geneva, were simulcasted live on the internet, radio, and television, staging a multimedia event that aimed to help end world poverty. in the new millennium, geldof returned to music for 2002's sex, age & death. in 2004 he was asked to participate in dmc records' under the influence series, a project that compiles songs that influenced the chosen performer's career, with extensive liner notes from the artists themselves. during the mid-2000s, geldof devoted himself to charity work, most prominently re-teaming with midge ure for 2005's live 8 concerts, which were designed to showcase the various social ills affecting africa. geldof did not return to pop music until 2011, when he released the full-length how to compose popular songs that will sell in february. ~ william ruhlmann

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bob geldof formed the punk group boomtown rats in 1975. during the band's existence, it moved from the pure energy and aggression of hits like "looking after no. 1" to the more sophisticated but still provocative "i don't like mondays" (its title derived from the answer given by a san diego schoolgirl when asked why she'd killed her classmates). the band became a moderate success in the u.k., though it never really broke through in the u.s. in the fall of 1984, geldof watched a bbc documentary on ethiopian poverty and was inspired to co-write, with ultravox frontman midge ure, the charity single "do they know it's christmas?" it featured a large number of british pop stars performing under the name band aid and became the best-selling single in u.k. history. michael jackson and lionel richie repeated the feat the following year in the u.s. with "we are the world." by then geldof was involved in plans for a massive charity concert that eventually became live aid, two marathon shows held july 13, 1985, at wembley stadium in london and at jfk stadium in philadelphia, featuring a who's who of pop/rock talent. millions were raised and distributed to the african poor. geldof was nominated for a nobel prize and knighted, and his autobiography is that all? became a u.k. best-seller. in 1986, the rats split and geldof launched a solo career, again with greater success in england than in the u.s. deep in the heart of nowhere appeared that same year; however, geldof's signature lyrical intellect wasn't up to par. he fared a bit better on 1990's the vegetarians of love. instead of using an all-star cast found on his previous two albums, geldof put a band together for the solid 1993 release happy club. for the rest of the decade, geldof continued his fight against world hunger, specifically african famine. he joined wyclef jean, bono, and others such as bryan ferry, jimmy page, stereophonics, and sean "puffy" combs for netaid in october 1999. three stadium concerts, which took place in new york, london, and geneva, were simulcasted live on the internet, radio, and television, staging a multimedia event that aimed to help end world poverty. in the new millennium, geldof returned to music for 2002's sex, age & death. in 2004 he was asked to participate in dmc records' under the influence series, a project that compiles songs that influenced the chosen performer's career, with extensive liner notes from the artists themselves. during the mid-2000s, geldof devoted himself to charity work, most prominently re-teaming with midge ure for 2005's live 8 concerts, which were designed to showcase the various social ills affecting africa. geldof did not return to pop music until 2011, when he released the full-length how to compose popular songs that will sell in february. ~ william ruhlmann

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"eight letters" samples the song "vienna" as performed by ultravox and written by midge ure, chris cross, warren cann and billy currie.

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== faixas ==a "eight letters" tem "samples" da música "vienna" interpretada por ultravox e escrito por midge ure, chris cross, warren cann e billy currie.

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"vienna" was produced by renowned german producer conny plank who had also produced ultravox's previous album "systems of romance", and mixed at plank's studio near cologne, germany.

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vienna é um álbum do grupo de new romanticism e synthpop ultravox, foi lançado em 1980, pela chrysalis records, é considerado seu melhor trabalho, foi produzido pelo músico alemão conny plank.

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)# "vienna" (midge ure, chris cross, warren cann, billy currie) – 4:22 (original by ultravox)# "the sound of silence" (paul simon) – 3:35 (original by simon & garfunkel)# "sebastian" (steve harley) – 3:05 (original by steve harley & cockney rebel)# "don't give up" (with sarah brightman) (peter gabriel) – 5:22 (original by peter gabriel with kate bush)=== re-release bonus tracks ===# "save a prayer" (simon le bon, roger taylor, andy taylor, john taylor, nick rhodes) – 4:54 (original by duran duran)# "i still haven't found what i'm looking for" (radio edit) (u2) – 4:14 (original by u2)# "make us one" (original by cindy morgan)# "breathe" (original by sixpence none the richer)==chart performance==== certifications ==== references ==

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)# "vienna" (midge ure, chris cross, warren cann, billy currie) – 4:22 (original por ultravox)# "the sound of silence" (paul simon) – 3:35 (original por simon e garfunkel)# "sebastian" (steve harley) – 3:05 (original por steve harley & cockney rebel)# "don't give up" (com sarah brightman) (peter gabriel) – 5:22 (original por peter gabriel com kate bush)=== relançamento (bónus) ===# "save a prayer" (simon le bon, roger taylor, andy taylor, john taylor, nick rhodes) – 4:54 (original por duran duran)# "i still haven't found what i'm looking for" (edição para rádio) (u2) – 4:14 (original por u2)

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== track listing ==#"lost in space" (3:52)#"promised land" (4:52)#"dancing with tears in my eyes" (ultravox cover) (3:53)#"scary eyes" (3:32)#"in my defence" (freddie mercury cover) (3:58)#"lost in space" (alive at gatestudio) (4:36)== bonus features ==#the road to avantasia (studio report with interview)#slideshow==personnel==* tobias sammet - lead vocals, bass* sascha paeth - rhythm & lead guitars* eric singer - drums* michael "miro" rodenberg - keyboards/orchestration===guest vocalists===* jørn lande (track 2)* michael kiske (track 2)* amanda somerville (tracks 1, 6)===guest musicians===* henjo richter - additional lead guitars (tracks 2, 3, 4)== references ==

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== faixas ==# "lost in space" - 3:52# "promised land" - 4:52# "dancing with tears in my eyes" (cover de ultravox) - 3:53# "scary eyes" - 3:32# "in my defense" (cover de freddie mercury) - 3:58# "lost in space" (epic version) - 4:36; bônus# "the road to avantasia" (matéria de estúdio com entrevistas)# "slideshow"== formação ==* tobias sammet - vocal, baixo* sascha paeth - guitarras* eric singer - bateria== convidados ===== vocalistas ===* jørn lande (faixa 2)* michael kiske (faixa 2)* amanda somerville (faixas 1, 6)=== músicos ===* michael "miro" rodenberg - teclado, orquestração* henjo richter - guitarra (faixas 2, 3, 4)

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=== the midge ure years: 1979–1988 ===with the band seemingly over, ultravox were then revitalised by midge ure, who joined the band as vocalist, guitarist and keyboardist.

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em 1979 midge ure entra no lugar de john foxx, e a banda deixa cair o ponto de exclamação do nome, e os ultravox seguem uma carreira estável durante o princípio dos anos 80, agora com a gravadora chrysalis.

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==personnel==vocalists:*robert "kool" bell (kool & the gang)*bono (u2)*pete briquette (the boomtown rats)*adam clayton (u2)*phil collins (genesis)*chris cross (ultravox)*simon crowe (the boomtown rats)*sarah dallin (bananarama)*siobhan fahey (bananarama)*johnny fingers (the boomtown rats)*bob geldof (the boomtown rats)*boy george (culture club)*glenn gregory (heaven 17)*tony hadley (spandau ballet)*john keeble (spandau ballet)*gary kemp (spandau ballet)*martin kemp (spandau ballet)*simon le bon (duran duran)*marilyn*george michael (wham!

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dentre os artistas presentes estão: adam clayton (u2), queen, phil collins (genesis), bob geldof (the boomtown rats), steve norman (spandau ballet), chris cross (ultravox), john taylor (duran duran), paul young, tony hadley (spandau ballet), glenn gregory (heaven 17), simon le bon (duran duran), simon crowe (the boomtown rats), marilyn (cantor inglês), keren woodward (bananarama), martin kemp (spandau ballet), jody watley (shalamar), bono vox (u2), paul weller (the style council), james "j.t.

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==singles discography=='jessica boehrs'*"time after time" (originally by cyndi lauper), 2002*"to france" (originally by mike oldfield), 2002*"guardian angel" (originally by masquerade), 2002*"paradise", 2003*"run to you" (originally by bryan adams), 2003*"beds are burning" (originally by midnight oil), 2004*"so lonely" (originally by the police), 2004*"dancing with tears in my eyes" (originally by ultravox), 2004*"all through the night" (originally by cyndi lauper), 2006'jenny marsala'*"dancing into danger" (written by michael cretu for "inker & hamilton" and then reproduced for maggie reilly), 2009*"time after time rebirth", 2009*"love changes everything" (originally by climie fisher), 2010*"close your eyes", 2010*"don't look back", 2011*"all night long", (feat.

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== Álbuns ==* 2003 supernova* 2004 cubes* 2006 dj edition (este inclui um dvd com todos os clipes)== singles ==* time after time (autor original: cyndi lauper), 2002* to france (autor original: mike oldfield), 2002* guardian angel (autor original: masquerade), 2002* paradise, 2003* run to you (autor original: bryan adams), 2003* beds are burning (autor original: midnight oil), 2004* so lonely (autor original: the police), 2004* dancing with tears in my eyes (autor original: ultravox), 2004* all through the night (autor original: cyndi lauper), 2006* dancing into danger (autor original: michael cretu) 2009* time after time rebirth (autor original: cyndi lauper), 2009* love changes everything, 2010

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between 1979 and 1985, influenced by kraftwerk, yellow magic orchestra, david bowie and gary numan, british new wave went in the direction of such new romantics as spandau ballet, ultravox, japan, duran duran, a flock of seagulls, culture club, talk talk and the eurythmics, sometimes using the synthesizer to replace all other instruments.

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entre 1982 e 1985, influenciado por kraftwerk, david bowie e gary numan, a new wave seguiu em direção do new romantic de artistas como duran duran, a flock of seagulls, culture club, talk talk e eurythmics, que, às vezes, utilizavam o sintetizador para substituir todos os outros instrumentos.

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midge ure (ultravox, band aid), directed the video for monsoon's second single "shakti", which went top 40.

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midge ure, (ultravox e band aid), dirigiu o vídeo para a segunda música do álbum, "shakti", que alcançou a posição de número 40.

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