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SOUNDTRACK - UFO - Young Blood

The film titled 'The Way Way Back' with Steve Carell and Sam Rockwell was released on DVD four days back

There is a scene where Sam Rockwell’s character gives a ride to a kid in his convertible and the car steero is playing ‘Young blood’ from NPTR

  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: October 22, 2013






The UFO song also appears on the Official Movie Soundtrack CD release (track 6)


Young Blood
Written by Pete Way and Phil Mogg
Performed by UFO
Courtesy of Chrysalis Records Ltd.
Under license from EMI Film & Television Music


Thanks to Simon Pearce


On 11th March 2009 an eagle-eyed UFO fan (good work, Rob!) spotted a poster on the wall in a scene from UK television, ITV1's The Bill. The episode title was Matters Of The Mind and the poster is advertising a show
at London's Astoria (UFO - London Astoria 1st and 2nd December 2000)
Many thanks to Talback Thames, makers of The Bill, for providing us with these screenshots



This gig never happened, it was booked but the tour wasn't completed - Both nights were sold out!!

The last night of this Covenant tour was a week earlier on
24th November 2000 at Manchester, Apollo Theatre, U.K

Tracks performed in Manchester were: 1) Love Is Forever 2) Unraveled 3) Miss The Lights 4) Mother Mary 5) Self Made Man 6) Out In The Street 7) This Kids 8) Venus 9) Pushed To The Limit 10) Love To Love 11) Too Hot To Handle 12) Midnight Train 13) Only You Can Rock Me 14) Doctor Doctor 15) Rock Bottom


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Series 4, Epis0de 4 - CHERRY

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Respecting the owners copyright, a small clip of this popular TV series has been posted. All copyrights remain.


Rock Bottom was used in an episode of the TV show Supernatural - 'SOMETHING WICKED', Season 1, Episode 18


"Rock Bottom", Performed by UFO


Car Trouble

Car Trouble [1985]

Actors: Julie Walters, Ian Charleson, Stratford Johns, Hazel O'Connor

Released on DVD: Studio: Slam Dunk Media, 8th October 2007
Amazon ASIN: B000W22216


UFO related track: The Only Ones (Paul Gray/Phil Mogg) **

Format: LP

Title : Car Trouble Soundtrack Artist/Composer: Car Trouble

Publisher/label: Chrysalis

Catalogue Number: CHR1523

Additional Info: UK Chrysalis LP CHR1523 Original Soundtrack 1986

1. Meatloaf - Car Trouble...Hearts On Fire!
2. Leo Sayer - Unchained Melody
3. David Grant and Jaki Graham - Mated
4. Flesh - Second Choice
5. The Adventures - Send My Heart
6. Billy Idol - Mony Mony
7. Icehouse - Break These Chains
8. UFO - Only Ones
9. Woyehyeh - Stay Away
10. The Adventures - True Love Ways



Gerald is having a mid-life crisis. So he's bought himself an E-type Jaguar in an attempt to reinvigorate his manhood. But in retaliation his oh-so-neglected wife Jacqueline wants to take the salesman for a drive! So she convinces the randy young man to take her (and the car of course) out for a spin. Her rusty feminine charms get the reckless pair into a bit of CAR TROUBLE, but is it all down hill for the lay-by lovers - British Comedy Film


Released on DVD: Studio: Prism Leisure, 2nd February 2004
Amazon ASIN: B00015N5WE


** The Only Ones - was used on the soundtrack of the 1986 film 'CAR TROUBLE'

appeared on the 12 inch Vinyl - 4 track EP in Spring 1986

'Night Run, This Time / Heavens Gate, The Only Ones - (Chrysalis UFO X2) UK - Spring 1986

'A' side - Night Run (Dave Wittman remix) / This Time (Dave Wittman remix)

'B' side - Heavens Gate (Dave Wittman remix) / The Only Ones






Seventeen Going on Nowhere (1980) (USA TV)

Sketchy information on this one -

Seems to be a long running Television series named "Insight" with '17 going on nowhere' being the episode title.

Starring "Emilio Estevez"

Cast credited:

Ramon Bieri, Ellen Geer and Emilio Estevez
Phil Mogg ... Concert Rock Band (as U.F.O.)
Andy Parker ... Concert Rock Band (as U.F.O.)
Michael Schenker ... Concert Rock Band (as U.F.O.)
U.F.O. ... Concert Rock Band
Pete Way ... Concert Rock Band (as U.F.O.)

Episode Number: 992 Season Num: 21 First Aired: Saturday November 15, 1980

Storyline: The compelling story of a father and son who lose touch with each other.

Also listed as a 'ABC Afterschool Special Seventeen Going on Nowhere'

INSIGHT - Originally on: Syndicated (30 min.)
Status: Ended Premiered: January 1, 1960 Last Aired: January 1, 1984
Show Category: Drama

Thanks to Randy Robbins posting on the facebook page UFO The Band/Music

"I remember he was getting high, but he was supposed to watch his little brother, instead he had
those big 70s headphones on blasting the middle jam of "Love To Love." - cheers Randy







Detroit Rock City (1999)

UFO tracks: Lights Out & Love to Love

Four members of a high school band called Mystery do everything they can to attend a KISS concert in Detroit. In order to make it to the show they must steal, cheat, strip, deal with an anti-rock mom and generally do whatever it takes to see the band that has inspired them to be musicians.

A Soundtrack album was released but for some reason the two tracks that appear in the movie, 'Lights Out' and 'Love to Love', do not make the 15 track CD with Kiss, Van Halen, Black Sabbath, Thin Lizzy, Sweet etc - Why?


Movie Posters





Scrubs is an Emmy and Peabody Award-winning American situation comedy/comedy-drama - Here is a Trailer with Doctor Doctor used for the soundtrack

Thanks to Elliot who put the trailer up on YouTube so anyone who hasn't got Sky TV can watch.




I have discovered a film, released in 2003, named SPUN. I personally wasn't aware of this release but there is one track that has caused a great deal of interest within the web community - Love to Love.

Billy Corgan (ex-Smashing Pumpkins) scored the soundtrack and recorded and played his favourite songs with his new band ZWAN (later that same year ZWAN disbanded as Corgan persues a solo career) including an unplugged version of UFO's Love To Love with Linda Strawberry on vocals.







Linda has a great website, so go and VISIT

There is a film REVIEW of SPUN at The Spinning image and the following passage is worth a quote:
" …Spun is a flawed but entertaining romp with larger-than-life characters accompanied by an excellent score from Billy 'Smashing Pumpkins' Corgan: do listen out, also, for an unplugged take on the old UFO song, 'Love To Love You'."

Official Movie Site:
Director: Jonas Akerlund
Distributed by: Newmarket Films
Theatrical Release Date: March 14, 2003
This is the story of a young speed freak (Schwartzman) who is introduced by his dealer (Leguizamo) to the creator (Rourke) of his favorite drug, which leads to a three-day drugged-out adventure.
Cast: Jason Schwartzman, John Leguizamo, Mena Suvari, Patrick Fugit, Brittany Murphy, Mickey Rourke

44 Songs appear on the DVD film release - a CD soundtrack unfortunately has never been released - You will also see that some songs are performed by Djali Zwan and Zwan, the former I understand to be Corgans band initial name before dropping the Djali to become Zwan. As far as track credits go, I am unclear as I do not have the film DVD so do not know if original artist performed some songs as the listing below may suggest. I would like to hear from anyone who may already have this film on DVD to let us know.

- Flying High Again by Ozzy Osbourne
- Monsters by J. Mnck
- Rock On by T Rex
- Star by The Citizen Bird
- Gotta Get To Know You by D. Malone / A. William
- Number Of The Beast by Djali Zwan
- Freedom Ain't What I Used To Be by Zwan
- Walk Like A Mother Fucker by Silverginger 5
- Dr. Feelgood By Motley Croe
- Autometic Lover by Teddybears Sthl
- I Love You by Siverbulit and Citizen Bird
- Spun by Blonde From Fargo
- Mother North by Satvr AKA Wongraven
- Bellview by Baba/Winter
- Not So Cool by Turpentines
- Du Gav Mig Ljusa Mennen by Viking Garna
- Jerk It Out by Caesars Palace
- Think You Know By Zwan
- Punk Rocker by Teddybears Sthlm
- Arlington Fanfare by USA National Anthem
- Geek Streak by Hellacopters
- Junkie by Ozzy Osbourne
- Loving You, Sunday Morning by Zwan
- Destroyer Of The World by Bathroy
- Above The Candy Store - Performed by Paula
- Love Is Battlefield by Zwan
- Revolve by Zwan
- 506 by The Leather Nun
- Magnification by Yes
- Run Around by The Blues Traveller
- Timeless Heritage
- Gun Law
- Jesus, I Have Taken my Cross by Zwan
- Freedom by Zwan
- Hurdy Gurdy Man by Donovan (music) LTD
- Drive by Roxette
- Piano Concerto No 23 by Mozart
- Wasting Time by Zwan
- Fuel For Hatred by Satvr
- Circles by Blonde From Fargo
- Nobody's Fault by Phantom Planet
- Love To Love by Zwan
- Always by Zwan
- Instant Repeater 99 by Soundtrack Of Our Lives









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