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LOOK AT YOURSELF

Uriah Heep

 

Heavy Prog

4.09 | 464 ratings

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Foolsdrummer
3 stars This is quite a nice album, but I would say it's 25% prog and 75% rock. The overall album reminded me very much of deep purple

The title track is quite stunning, and has it's nice instrumental pieces. The vocals are magnificent.

I wanna be free is not a very impressive song. The melodies are a bit too predictable to me, but their are great dynamics here.

July morning is marvelous, the song builds up to a marvelous moog solo and has nice vocals, riffs and solo's.

Shadows of grief is the most progressive song on the album, which sounds great. The only song with time signature changes. The hammond is great here

What should be done is quite different from the rest, but not very stunning. It's really a song song.

Love machine is a magnificent rocksong, but I wouldn't call it prog.

Look at Yourself is a great album, but more of a hardrock album than a heavy progalbum. Three stars

Foolsdrummer | 3/5 |

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