Revelation (Ultravox album)

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Studio album by Ultravox
Released 17 June 1993
Recorded London, 1993
Genre Synthpop
Label Alex
Producer Rod Gammons
Ultravox chronology
Rare, Vol. 1
Singles from Revelation
  1. "I Am Alive"
    Released: 1992
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 1.5/5 stars[1]

Revelation is the ninth studio album by British new wave rock band Ultravox, released in 1993. The album was issued after the dissolution of the band in 1988 and the reformation of a new five-piece line-up in 1992, with Tony Fenelle as lead vocalist and keyboard player Billy Currie as the only original member left.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "I Am Alive"   Billy Currie, Tony Fenelle, Rod Gammons 4.56
2. "Revelation"   Currie, Fenelle, Gammons 4.06
3. "Systems of Love"   Currie, Fenelle, Gammons 4.32
4. "Perfecting the Art of Common Ground"   Currie, Fenelle, Gerry Laffy 5.17
5. "The Great Outdoors"   Currie, Fenelle 4.12
6. "The Closer I Get to You"   Currie, Fenelle 4.13
7. "No Turning Back"   Currie, Fenelle 4.21
8. "True Believer"   Currie, Fenelle, Gammons 4.56
9. "Unified"   Currie, Fenelle 4.27
10. "The New Frontier"   Currie, Fenelle, Gammons 4.43


  • Billy Currie - synthesizer, keyboards, viola, violin
  • Tony Fenelle - guitar, lead vocals
  • Gerry Laffy - guitar
  • Neal Wilkinson - drums
  • Jackie Williams - background vocals
Additional personnel


  1. ^ Allmusic review