British Red Red Wine reggae band UB40 held a press conference at Hotel Intercontinental to discuss details of their forthcoming new album 'Twentyfourseven' their 24th studio album and the last to feature vocals from lead singer Ali Campbell

Brian Travers and UB40 Wednesday 30th April 2008 British Red Red Wine reggae band UB40 held a press conference at Hotel Intercontinental to discuss details of their forthcoming new album 'Twentyfourseven' their 24th studio album and the last to feature vocals from lead singer Ali Campbell London, England (3 Pictures)


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