Just saw this on IMWAN and thought it deserved its own thread. A new deluxe version of UFO’s Phenomenon coming out this October. Not too much new on this but it will be nice to have everything here in one package. Bull Moose has this up for preorder for $13.97, which is very reasonable for a 3 disc set. Per that page: UFO - Phenomenon Disc 1 Track Title 1 Too Young To Know 2 Crystal Light 3 Doctor Doctor (2019 Remaster) 4 Space Child 5 Rock Bottom (2019 Remaster) 6 Oh My 7 Time On My Hands 8 Built For Comfort 9 Lipstick Traces 10 Queen Of The Deep Disc 2 Track Title 1 Sixteen (Demo / 2019 Remaster) 2 Oh My (Demo / 2019 Remaster) 3 Give Her The Gun (A-Side Single / 2019 Remaster) 4 Sweet Little Thing (B-Side Single / 2019 Remaster) 5 Sixteen (Outtake / 2019 Remaster) 6 Doctor Doctor (Single Edit / 2019 Remaster) 7 Rock Bottom (Single Edit / 2019 Remaster) 8 Doctor Doctor (Mono Single Edit / 2019 Remaster) 9 Oh My (Instrumental Rough Mix / 2019 Remaster) 10 Sixteen (Instrumental Rough Mix / 2019 Remaster) 11 Doctor Doctor (Instrumental Rough Mix / 2019 Remaster) 12 Rock Bottom (Rough Mix / 2019 Remaster) 13 Time On My Hands (Rough Mix / 2019 Remaster) 14 Built For Comfort (Rough Mix / 2019 Remaster) 15 Lipstick Application (Instrumental Rough Mix / 2019 Remaster) 16 Queen Of The Deep (Early Version / 2019 Remaster) Disc 3 Track Title 1 Oh My (Live in Atlanta - 5th November 1974) 2 Doctor Doctor (Live in Atlanta - 5th November 1974) 3 Built For Comfort (Live in Atlanta - 5th November 1974) 4 Give Her The Gun (Live in Atlanta - 5th November 1974) 5 Cold Turkey (Live in Atlanta - 5th November 1974) 6 Space Child (Live in Atlanta - 5th November 1974) 7 Rock Bottom (Live in Atlanta - 5th November 1974) 8 Prince Kujuku (Live in Atlanta - 5th November 1974) UFO are widely regarded as one of the UK’s best hard rock acts and this year (their final one) are celebrating their 50th year in existence with their final world tour. Phenomenon was the bands debut for Chrysalis and was a departure from the bands previous Space Rock sound to a Heavier rock style. This was also the debut for Michael Schenker who was going to have a major influence on the band in years to come. It was produced by Leo Lyons at Morgan Studios and contains some of the bands biggest rock anthems in Doctor Doctor and Rock Bottom. This set has been newly remastered from the original analog production masters by Andy Pearce. Presented here in an 8-panel digipak with o-card with new sleeve notes by Martin Hann – it contains a disc of B-Sides and unreleased demo versions as well as third disc of live material. The band are currently on a 50th Anniversary World Tour which sees them playing into 2020.They kick off the US tour 9th October.