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Force It (2LP/Gatefold/clear)

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Description

Force It is the 4th studio album by UFO, released in 1975, and their 2nd with (ex-Scorpions) Michael Schenker. It became their first album to chart in the United States.
The album was produced by Ten Years After bass player Leo Lyons. Another Ten Years After member, Chick Churchill, played Fender Rhodes electric piano keyboard, the first use of that instrument on a UFO record.

The somewhat controversial original cover was designed by Hipgnosis, as were almost all other UFO albums of the 1970s. The nudity on the cover verged on breaching decency standards and the genders of the couple in the bathtub were not known for several years. The models were later revealed to be Genesis P-Orridge and Cosey Fanni Tutti, both later of the influential industrial band Throbbing Gristle. The artwork was softened for the initial US release, making the couple in the bathtub transparent. The cover is a pun — there are multiple taps (British English) or “faucets” (US English) in the picture, which is a play on the album’s title.

(this text is off Wikipedia)

– LP1 –
1. Let It Roll
2. Shoot Shoot
3. High Flyer
4. Love Lost Love
5. Out In the Street
6. Mother Mary
7. Too Much of Nothing
8. Dance Your Life Away
9. This Kid’s / Between the Walls
– LP2 –
1. Intro (Live At Record Plant, Nyc, 1975)
2. Let It Roll (Live At Record Plant, Nyc, 1975)
3. Doctor Doctor (Live At Record Plant, Nyc, 1975)
4. Oh My (Live At Record Plant, Nyc, 1975)
5. Built For Comfort (Live At Record Plant, Nyc, 1975)
6. Out In the Street (Live At Record Plant, Nyc, 1975)
7. Space Child (Live At Record Plant, Nyc, 1975)
8. Mother Mary (Live At Record Plant, Nyc, 1975)
9. All or Nothing (Live At Record Plant, Nyc, 1975)
10 This Kid’s (Live At Record Plant, Nyc, 1975)
11 Shoot Shoot (Live At Record Plant, Nyc, 1975)
12 Rock Bottom (Live At Record Plant, Nyc, 1975)