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"The Voice" is Ultravox's second single from the Rage in Eden album, recorded in Conny Plank's Studio in CologneGermany and released on 29 October 1981. It peaked at #16 in the UK singles chart,[1] and #27 in the Irish Singles Chart.[2]

ContentsEdit

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Track listings[edit]Edit

7" vinyl[edit]Edit

Side one
No. Title Length
1. "The Voice" (single edit) 4:23
Side two
No. Title Length
1. "Paths and Angles"   4:19

12" vinyl[edit]Edit

Side one
No. Title Length
1. "The Voice"   5:59
2. "Paths and Angles"   4:19
Side two
No. Title Length
1. "Private Lives" (recorded live at Crystal Palace) 4:51
2. "All Stood Still(recorded live at Crystal Palace) 4:19

Videos[edit]Edit

There were two different videos made for the single. One has the band miming a performance in a slanted room; the band members appear to be standing at an unnatural angle. The other video is more elaborate, contains war imagery, single-word slogans in knock-out text, features Billy Currie appearing as a radio announcer, and Midge Ure as a soldier.

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