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RAGING SILENCE

Uriah Heep

 

Heavy Prog

2.54 | 74 ratings

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Rushlover13
2 stars Finally, and album that has a steady lineup that would last for a long time! But this album is still subpar. Though there are some great tracks on it, it's still just too poppy to be a true Uriah Heep album, like some of their next releases. Bernie Shaw makes his awesome debut as the only Canadian musician in Uriah Heep, and is vocal performance is excellent. Mick's playing is very excellent, and is a little higher in the mix, but he still isn't as hard or as heavy as he used to be in the 1970's or around that time. The lyrics throughout on this album aren't very good because they are still talking about the same stuff that they were talking about on their last few albums, it's just much more clearly represented. The music is just too poppy, but the performance from everyone is great. Thats the reason this album gets a 2 stars because of the performance, but later albums have better songs and better performances.
Rushlover13 | 2/5 |

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