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Uriah Heep


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3.55 | 290 ratings

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4 stars Nothing finer in the world than the hard progressive rock vibes of 'The Heep'. For me "Firefly" was just one of those albums from the 70's that I played over and over again and along with "Demons and Wizards" was just part of my childhood. For me "Firefly" encapsulated everything and worked on multiple levels... a fine rock album and fine shifting progressive rock sound. No question in my mind that URIAH HEEP had hit full stride by the release of "Firefly" offering to the rock world a creative high energy album. I love the keyboard work that Hensley pumps out on this album with some nice deep organ and vintage keyboard work as well as some of Mick Box's best guitar work. I would say that the title track "Firefly" is likely my most beloved URIAH HEEP track from the mid 70's era albums and I was sure as a kiddie-boo-boo that this was the finest tune in the world (you know what I mean). Overall "Firefly" is still a fantastic album for this music lover.
loserboy | 4/5 |


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