Return to form for Midge Ure
Midge Ure's career has been interesting, to say the least. Early on, he primarily worked with groups like the Rich Kids, Visage, and Ultravox, forming and shaping the New Romantic movement. After Ultravox, his singer-songwriter solo albums may not have made an impression on the US audience, but he continues to this day to release albums and tour. Move Me is arguably the most Ultravox-like solo album to date (ignoring Re*Live, where he recreates Ultravox tunes on stage using updated computer technology), and stands up to repeated playings. He may not be able to belt out "Vienna" like he used to when he was younger, but his voice has matured and, like all the best vocalists, he knows how to use his vocal talents to sound his best. Move Me does not disappoint.