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Uriah Heep


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3.11 | 345 ratings

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4 stars Another proud deja vu for Uriah Heep. But not exactly deja vu, because of the rhythmical variety of the album. It contains so much different types of ideas like one melancholic piece - The Easy Road; blues-oriented I Won't Mind; some rock & roll songs like energetic So Tired, Something Or Nothing, What Can I Do and We Got We; hard rocking one - Suicidal Man; hymn-oriented The Shadows and the Wind and two songs, I would call, of extreme highest standard - the homonymous Wonderworld and Dreams. It means, that almost the half of the songs are rock & roll oriented, but even though the musicianship is so powerful, except the drums. I think the drums are little bit hollow. The Byron's voice is again powerful after the experimentations on Sweet Freedom! Again 4 honest stars for the heepsters!!!
poslednijat_colobar | 4/5 |


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