Mogg/Way were formed to continue as UFO but Michael Schenker wouldn’t let them use the name. So this is essentially a UFO album, the second under the Mogg/Way moniker. Guitarist George Bellas was on the first. Jeff Kollman fills in here. Phil Mogg was always /5(42).
Phil Mogg & Pete Way's album Chocolate Box finds them returning to their UFO style of space metal, particularly on tracks like "Muddy's Gold," "Jerusalem," and "King of the City," which showcase Mogg's strong singing and songwriting skills.
out of 5 stars No ginger cremes in this Chocalate Box! Reviewed in the United States on February 3, As an long-time UFO fan Iwas dissappointed with the Walk on Water album and to be honest my favorite guitarist had been Paul Chapman/5(2).
"Chocolate Box" is the second album from Mogg/Way and follows the bands acclaimed debut "Edge Of The World." As with that album, "Chocolate Box" is UFO in everything but the name on the cover. Songs like "Muddy's Gold," "Jerusalem," and "King of the City" sound like classic UFO, complete with heavy riffing and Mogg's signature vocals.