UFO’s 20 best songs, from wicked to freakin’ awesome

By Steve Newton

UFO are one of the most underrated hard-rock bands of all time. They should have been huge in the ’70s–I mean Aerosmith huge.

20. “Lonely Heart” (The Wild, the Willing and the Innocent, 1981)

19. “Let It Roll” (Force It, 1975)

18. “Silver Bird” (Flying, 1971)

17. “Year of the Gun” (Seven Deadly, 2012)

16. “Can You Roll Her” (No Heavy Petting, 1976)

15. “Too Young to Know” (Phenomenon, 1974)

14. “Lettin’ Go” (No Place to Run, 1980)

13. “The Wild, the Willing and the Innocent” (The Wild, the Willing and the Innocent, 1981)

12. “Love to Love” (Lights Out, 1977)

11. “Natural Thing” (No Heavy Petting, 1976)

10. “Pushed to the Limit” (Walk on Water, 1995)

9. “Shoot Shoot” (Force It, 1975)

8. “Hot ‘n’ Ready” (Obsession, 1978)

7. “Only You Can Rock Me” (Obsession, 1978)

6. “Dreaming” (Mechanix, 1982)

5. “Too Hot to Handle” (Lights Out, 1977)

4. “Doctor Doctor” (Phenomenon, 1974)

3. “Lights Out” (Lights Out, 1977)

2. “Rock Bottom” (Phenomenon, 1974)

1. “One More for the Rodeo” (Obsession, 1978)

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One thought on “UFO’s 20 best songs, from wicked to freakin’ awesome

  1. Awesome list brother! Yeah I like you had some of my absolute favorites, and some Dark horse choices too. They had so many great songs you could interchange so many of them and add them to your list.

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