UFO: 'Too Hot To Handle' DVD To Receive North American Release In December
Music Video Distributors has set a December 6 North American release date for UFO's "Too Hot to Handle" DVD.
The 90-minute DVD gathers rare footage during the Michael Schenker era along with more recent live footage and interviews with the band and others. Bandmembers chronicle their rise to fame and how the dynamic in the band has changed over the years with the definitive story of the band being told.
In 1969, UFO was formed in the U.K. by vocalist Phil Mogg, guitarist Mick Bolton, bassist Pete Way, and drummer Andy Parker. In 1974, Bolton left the group and former SCORPIONS guitarist Michael Schenker stepped in as a permanent replacement. The Schenker period is considered to be the classic lineup of UFO and it is featured on "Too Hot to Handle", making this DVD a must have for all UFO fans.
"Too Hot to Handle" DVD track listing:
01. This Kids
02. Out In the Street
03. Shoot Shoot
04. Come on Everybody
05. Love to Love
06. Doctor Doctor
07. Lettin' Go
08. Mystery Train
09. Lights Out
10. Too Hot to Handle
11. Rock Bottom
12. Let It Roll
13. The Coming of Prince Kujuku
15. Running Up the Highway
16. Backdoor Man
17. This Kids
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