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Uriah Heep


Heavy Prog

2.02 | 119 ratings

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1 stars God, honestly, I'm getting really tired of this subpar stuff from Uriah Heep. Sure, Trevor Boulder came back on this album, but was it really worth it? No, the simple answer. I'm gonna keep my review short because this album just dosen't deserve it. The sound is really so predictable, but with some very good basslines on the album because Trevor is a great bassist, but it's just not listenable. The keyboards are very poppy, and the guitar is very low in the mix, which I can't stand. Mick does some good solo's on this album too, but it's kind of hard to hear. I just feel like i've heard all of these songs before from other poppier bands from the 80's, and it's hard to listen to from Uriah Heep because they used to be such a lively and awesome heavy prog band, but now they aren't very progressive at all. Only for collectors and that type of stuff. 1 star is the only thing that I can really give it,
Rushlover13 | 1/5 |


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