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Uriah Heep


Heavy Prog

2.43 | 211 ratings

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3 stars Still good

Third studio album with Lawton on voice, there will be a live one in 1979 named Live in Europe also with Lawton, but never released untill 1986. So what we have here is a good pop-boogie-even hard rock album with a little prog leanings far from what they done in the early '70's. Lawton again did a great job here, but less perfect then on Innocent victim (the best with him on voice). The rest of the band also playes with no mistakes but some time to much emotinless like Come Back To Me, i think the weakest track from here. The best pieces are Woman Of The Night, a very good hard rock tune, Whad 'Ya Say - Ken Hensley shows again that is the main composer of the band and a very talented key player delivering, is true, a pop numer but very good one and I'm Alive a piece composed by Lawton who tries to show to the fans that Uriah Heep is still alive, because many said that UH died after Byron left the band - it'a not true. All in all a good album, at least for me, not essential but pleasent in many ways, 3 stars for Fallen angel.

b_olariu | 3/5 |


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