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* {{Medley}}: The "In The Dead of Night" suite, consisting of "In the Dead of Night", "By The Light of Day" and "Presto Vivace and Reprise".



* SiameseTwinSongs: "Alaska", an instrumental whose final chord is the scream that begins "Time To Kill".

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* SiameseTwinSongs: SiameseTwinSongs:
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"Alaska", an instrumental whose final chord is the scream that begins "Time To Kill". Kill".
** "Presto Vivace and Reprise", the first part a fast and complicated instrumental and the second [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a reprise]] of "In the Dead of Night".



* TitleOnlyChorus: "In The Dead of Night", "By The Light of Day", "Danger Money", "Rendezvous 6:02", "Caesar's Palace Blues" and "Nothing to Lose" all just repeat their respective titles in their choruses. Most of the rest of the songs in their discography come close by repeating their titles in their chorus, but also having something else.

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* TitleOnlyChorus: "In The Dead of Night", "By The Light of Day", "Danger Money", "Rendezvous 6:02", 6:02" and "Caesar's Palace Blues" and "Nothing to Lose" all just repeat their respective titles in their choruses. Most of the rest of the songs in their discography come close by repeating their titles in their chorus, but also having something else.other lyrics.


* RockTrio: Eventually became one, with Jobson on keyboards and vocals, Wetton on vocals and bass guitar and Bozzio on drums and percussion.

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* RockTrio: Eventually became one, with Jobson on keyboards and vocals, violin, Wetton on vocals and bass guitar and Bozzio on drums and percussion.


* OneHitWonder: "Nothing to Lose" was their only chart entry, reaching #67 in the UK.

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U.K. were a {{progressive rock}} {{supergroup}} formed in 1977, originally consisting of Music/SoftMachine guitarist Music/AllanHoldsworth, Music/{{Yes}} and King Crimson drummer Music/BillBruford, Music/KingCrimson bassist and vocalist John Wetton and Music/RoxyMusic violinist Eddie Jobson, with Music/FrankZappa drummer Terry Bozzio brought on after the former two left the group. Disbanding in 1980, U.K. reunited in 2011 and toured for another four years before splitting again.

!!Discography:
*''U.K.'' (1978)
*''Danger Money'' (1979)
!!U.K. and their music contain examples of:
*EpicInstrumentalOpener: The instrumental "Alaska" leads into "Time to Kill".
*FadingIntoTheNextSong: "In The Dead of Night" fades into "By The Light of Day", which in turn fades into "Presto Vivace".
*{{Instrumentals}}: "Alaska" is the only track without vocals on their studio albums.
*LeadBassist: As with other groups with him as a member, John Wetton is on both bass and vocals in U.K.
*OneHitWonder: "Nothing to Lose" was their only chart entry, reaching #67 in the UK.
*RockTrio: Eventually became one, with Jobson on keyboards and vocals, Wetton on vocals and bass guitar and Bozzio on drums and percussion.
*SelfTitledAlbum: Their debut.
*SiameseTwinSongs: "Alaska", an instrumental whose final chord is the scream that begins "Time To Kill".
*SomethingBlues: "Caesar's Palace Blues". Unusually, this is also a song with a TitleOnlyChorus.
*TitleOnlyChorus: "In The Dead of Night", "By The Light of Day", "Danger Money", "Rendezvous 6:02", "Caesar's Palace Blues" and "Nothing to Lose" all just repeat their respective titles in their choruses. Most of the rest of the songs in their discography come close by repeating their titles in their chorus, but also having something else.
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