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UltravoxThree Into One

Label:Island Records – ILPS 9614
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Compilation
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:New Wave, Synth-pop

Tracklist

A1Young Savage
A2ROckwrok
A3Dangerous Rhythm
A4The Man Who Dies Everyday
A5The Wild,The Beautiful And The Damned
B1Slow Motion
B2Just For A Moment
B3Quiet Men
B4My Sex
B5Hiroshima Mon Amour
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Notes

A compilation of tracks from the first 3 Ultravox albums plus Young Savage, a stand-alone single.
A2 is intentionally written as "ROckwrok" both here and on the original "Ha!-Ha!-Ha!" album.
B3 is the 12" single "Full Version"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (stamped)): ILPS 9614 A-2U 20 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (scratched)): Jonz
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (stamped)): ILPS 9614 B-2U 24
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (scratched)): Sound Clinic
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (stamped)): ILPS 9614 A-2U
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (etched)): Jonz
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (stamped)): ILPS 9614 B-2U
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (etched)): Sound Clinic

Other Versions (5 of 45)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Three Into One (LP, Compilation)AntillesAN-7079US1980
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Three Into One (LP, Compilation, Stereo)Island Records, Island Records202 335-320, 202 335Germany1980
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Three Into One (LP, Compilation)Festival Records, Island RecordsL 37402, ILPS-9614New Zealand1980
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Three Into One (LP, Compilation)Island RecordsORL 19614Italy1980
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Three Into One (LP, Compilation)Island Records, Island RecordsI-202335, I-202.335Spain1980

Reviews

  • postpunkmonk's avatar
    postpunkmonk
    Edited 2 years ago
    Warren Cann + Chris Cross consulted with Island on the cover design for this album. They were peeved that Island was trying to cash in on them now that they were signed with Chrysalis Records. They intentionally picked what they thought was the graphic designer's weakest concept - a time exposure of his severely dressed girlfriend lit by car headlights, to develop as the cover [while assuring him that it was brilliant] with the intent of helping to kneecap the release while giving the appearance of support to their old label. Which I think is hilarious, though I'll admit that I sort of like this cover. And the record itself is beyond reproach. I only wish that I had played my copy for the decade that I had it from 1990 inward. Until 2000, I had no idea that there was a 12" remix of "Quiet Men!" I had the 7" remix and had no idea that a 12" was available until I stumbled across one 20 years ago.
    • 70sProgFan's avatar
      70sProgFan
      Edited 3 years ago
      An excellent compilation of the first incarnation of the band, the one which employed an exclamation mark at the end of its name. There are some classic tracks here, an eclectic mix of the electronic-punk style 'ROckwrok' and 'Young Savage' through the electro-pop rhythms of 'The Man Who Dies Every Day' and 'Quiet Men' to the balladesque 'Just For A Moment' and 'My Sex'. An absolute gem of a compilation.

      And by the way, the vinyl album includes the single version of 'Quiet Men' which ends abruptly unlike the CD - and album? - version which fades out.
      • Pavol_Stromcek's avatar
        I've now come across two separate copies of what I believe to be the original UK pressing (ILPS 9614 A-2U stamped in the run-out) that have an identical, roughly inch-wide scuff across the entirety of side two, which makes an audible clicking sound with every single revolution each time the stylus passes it. This is especially noticeable on the quieter songs and passages on side two. With the first copy, I thought this scuff was put there by a previous owner, but now that I've seen two copies with this identical scuff, I'm wondering if it was a pressing defect that affected the whole batch. Anyone else notice this?
        • Numanoid's avatar
          Numanoid
          "Young Savage" and "ROckwrok" should have been ditched in favor of "Dislocation" and "Cross Fade", which would have made this compilation the definitive early Ultravox! showcase.

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