Ultravox - Return To Eden - Live At The Roundhouse Trailer

Ultravox - Return To Eden - Live At The Roundhouse Trailer (2010)

12 July 2010 Music 101 mins

Recorded during the band's 2009 sell out UK tour on April 30 at the legendary Roundhouse in London. The Return to Eden tour was the first time that the classic Ultravox line-up of Midge Ure, Billy Currie, Criss Cross and Warren Cann had performed together in over two decades, and was followed by a highly successful European and festival tour that ran through the summer and into the Autumn.

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Cast

Midge Ure

as Himself

Billy Currie

as Himself

Criss Cross

as Himself

Warren Cann

as Himself

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 12 July 2010

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