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LOOK AT YOURSELF

Uriah Heep

 

Heavy Prog

4.09 | 468 ratings

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poslednijat_colobar
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5 stars Incredible,masterpiece,unique and so on!Probably the best Uriah Heep album with so much energy.Every moment follows completely the previous one.Despite made before the classic line-up and without Gary Thain and Lee Kerslake,it's rocks you terrific!All of the songs are landmarks of Uriah Heep career.Perfect songwriting and musicianship!The first song,Look at Yourself,is virtuous piece of hard rock with elements of frequent changes of the tempo.I Wanna Be Free is outburst of completely mastered energy.July Morning...I don't have any words about this song.In my country - Bulgaria - this song is a religion!We have a tradition and we celebrate on the beach on 1st of July.Sometimes,there are some of the heepsters with us - Ken Hensley or John Lawton!This is the only country that celebrate this tradition.July Morning is unique with its folk,hard and progressive sound.The song is constructed on some different levels.The beginning is slow and gradually the tempo goes faster and faster until it reach its peak at the end of the song,where the dramatical feelings are at the top of you.Exceptional song!Tears In My Eyes has big rock & roll influence with crazy guitar solos.Shadows of Grief is constructed in the same way like July Morning,with frequent tempo changes and theatrical style.What Should Be Done make some changes on the album because of its dark and slow blues style!The vocals preformed by David Byron reveal that he is one of the best rock vocals of all time!Love Machine carries the mood of Tears In My Eyes with cult guitar solos and hard rock & roll!Everywhere on the album you can feel dungeon keyboard sound,typical for Uriah Heep!I wish you nice listening to this great album!
poslednijat_colobar | 5/5 |

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