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LOOK AT YOURSELF

Uriah Heep

 

Heavy Prog

4.06 | 419 ratings

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Barla
5 stars Today I was in the mood for some heavy stuff, so I put Look at Yourself in the CD player. It was an album that never really clicked on me (I didn't find anything outstanding in there). So I played it loud, and the thing changed completely, it blew my head apart from the hammond driven Look At Yourself to the great rockin' Love Machine.

Overall, Uriah Heep is a band that reminds me of Deep Purple, but with more work in voices, an amazing vocalist (RIP Byron), and great choirs. Heavy guitars (damn, this was a HEAVY - with capital letters- album in that time: 1971!), great riffs, solos, solid bass and drumming, and an oustanding vocalist with reminiscence of the great Freddie (What Should be Done, Shadows Of Grief, and the great mid tempo ballad July Morning, the best track on the album. Five stars with no regrets.

Rating: 4.5/5

Barla | 5/5 |

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