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Uriah Heep


Heavy Prog

1.93 | 84 ratings

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2 stars Good news for Uriah Heep's fans: They making music again after the poor Head First album. Of caurse, not a masterpiece, but yet music! We can't expect something big for that Uriah Heep's. Moreover, every big 70s' band has a big crisis in the 80s, without any exception. It's something like an unwritten law!!! The best think about that album is the returning of Trevor Bolder - member of the second best line-up for the band. Some of the songs contain melodic feelings in their. I would notice, that even in their worst works Uriah Heep are trying to follow thier own style and thier own trademarks - harmonized backing vocals and similar to older songs beginnings for a couple of songs. The last I have to do in my review is to notify the best tracks of the album. I suppose they worth enough to listen to them somethimes. They are: Rockarama, Bad Blood (probably the best one), Holding on and Skools Burning! I believe the album would be also 2 stars, even without these best songs!
poslednijat_colobar | 2/5 |


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