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Pure, released 16th September 1991, is the third solo album by former Ultravox frontman Midge Ure. It was the first release by Ure with a new record label BMG-Arista. The first single 'Cold Cold Heart' reached number 17 on the UK Singles Chart in August 1991. I See Hope in the Morning Light' and 'Let It Go?' were also released as singles.

The Gift is the first solo album by former Ultravox frontman Midge Ure, released in 1985. It was released while Ultravox were taking a break; the band would go on to release U-Vox before splitting. The album reached in the UK Albums Chart partly due to the large attention drawn to it by the single "If I Was" which reached in the UK Singles Chart in September 1985.

Fragile, released on 7 July 2014, is a solo album by former Ultravox frontman Midge Ure. Ure produced and recorded the album at his home. It is his first solo album with original material since "Move Me" (2000). All tracks are written by Ure, except "Let It Rise" which was co-written with the German artist/composer Schiller, . Christopher von Deylen).

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Engineer – Lee Manning, Midge Ure, Richard Feldman. Recorded at Orca Studios, Los Angeles, Sunset Sound Studios, Los Angeles, The Church, Los Angeles, Mergatroid Studios, San Francisco, Music Fest Studios, Bath, England, Park House Studios, Dublin, Ireland.

Also home to the Midge Ure archive, Homeland. Forty years later I want to celebrate this period and as we pass from 2019 into 2020 play the Vienna album in its entirety along with highlights from the eponymous Visage album.

Midge Ure calls Fragile, the former Ultravox leader's first new release in more than a decade, "the type of album I needed a lifetime in music to create. And there was some bumpy terrain leading up to it. Listen to Fragile in full, exclusively on Billboard. com: "It's a diary of thoughts and emotions and highs and deep lows I've experienced," Ure tells Billboard about Fragile, which officially comes out Aug.