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Studio album by UFO
Released October 1970
Recorded July 1970 Jackson Studios, Rickmansworth, Herts, England. John Jackson Engineer.
Genre Space rock, progressive rock, psychedelic rock, acid rock
Length 39:13
Label Beacon Records
Producer Doug Flett, Songwriter/Producer, routined and recorded July 1970
UFO chronology
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

UFO 1 is the debut album by British rock band UFO.

The album was reissued under the name "Unidentified Flying Object" with 4 of the 5 tracks from the band's second album. This reissue incorrectly shows a photo of the band from the 1980s on the cover.

The album was also reissued on the "Flying - The Early Years" compilation, along with all of the band's other pre-Schenker work. It was also given a straight reissue under the name "All The Hits & More - The Early Days" (XXX Media, Germany, 2011), with no additional tracks.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by UFO, except where noted.

Side one[edit]

  1. "Unidentified Flying Object" (Pete Way, Phil Mogg, Andy Parker, Mick Bolton) – 2:19
  2. "Boogie" (Way, Mogg, Parker, Bolton) – 4:16
  3. "C'mon Everybody" (Eddie Cochran, Jerry Capehart) – 3:12
  4. "Shake It About" (Way, Mogg, Parker, Bolton) – 3:47
  5. "(Come Away) Melinda" (Fred Hellerman, Fran Minkoff) – 5:04

Side two[edit]

  1. "Timothy" (Way, Mogg, Parker, Bolton) – 3:28
  2. "Follow You Home" (Way) – 2:13
  3. "Treacle People" (Bolton) – 3:23
  4. "Who Do You Love?" (Ellas McDaniel) – 7:49
  5. "Evil" (Way) – 3:27
  • "Unidentified Flying Object" is instrumental.
  • "Boogie" was named "Boogie for George" on the original LP on Beacon Records and singles, title was shortened on CD issue (1994, Repertoire Records).


  • "Shake It About" / "Evil" (1970)
  • "(Come Away) Melinda" / "Unidentified Flying Object" (1970)
  • "Boogie for George" / "Treacle People" (1970)
  • "C'mon Everybody" / "Timothy" (1970)
  • "Boogie for George" / "Follow You Home" (1971)



  1. ^ Anderson, Jason. "UFO UFO1 review". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2011-07-19.