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Labour Of Love IV (Digipack)

Released on 08 February 2010

Artist: UB40

4.0 out of 5 (3 customer reviews) | Write a review

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customer Reviews

 Average rating (3 reviews)

 Superb Album

| | See all AsifRavat's reviews (1)

I was very sad to hear about the split with Ali and remember thinking at the time that this is it for UB40 BUT I was wrong....the music is typical UB40, beautifully arranged and the vocals are brilliant. UB40 have continued to produce excellent music despite the lack of Ali....in my opinion this is by far the best Labour of Love Album.

 one of the best

| | See all shitfaces's reviews (1)

This show how UB40 can still have a great cd . Even after Ali left them. They show there bigger and better. One of the best track where both Duncan and Robin sing toghter Really A1.

 Labour of Love without Ali but it's good!

| | See all Jahpaul's reviews (20)

The famous spilt with the former lead singer Ali Campbell two years ago, UB40 vowed to continue without him. After re-grouping which included giving Duncan Campbell the role of lead singer they set upon the task of recording LOL4. It's a good album with Duncan at the helm, but contributions from Earl, Astro and Norman make the album a typical classic UB40 album, all though the band have a newer sound to them. It's still unique and has the UB40 magic touch to it. I think UB40 are confident and able enough to move on after the fall out with Ali, I still miss his golden voice on their albums but I'm happy with LOL4 and if you like UB40 then it shouldn't be missed.

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