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Uriah Heep - Sea Of Light CD (album) cover


Uriah Heep


Heavy Prog

3.64 | 135 ratings

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5 stars Well! If it is a ressurection in the Rock scene, so This is one! This album is absolutely KILLER and it Rocks from the beggining to the very beautiful end (Ballad Dream on). Shaw´s voice is interesting here, personal and at same time evoking many other great singers.. Bolder´s bass emerges here as a solid rock bass, undoubtely his best studio work. Box´s guitar is flawless. Lanzon´s keyboards was fresh and worked very well in the mixdown, and I don´t want to forget the Bear (Kerslake) bashing the drums with power and technique as never he did before. Roger dean´s cover was the perfect envelope for this strong release. Melodies are catchy and truly beautiful (even in the heaviest numbers)! The opener track is one of the best warm up songs i´ve ever heard - PERFECT. A great album from a great band, that did lots of really progressive albums during all career and it was a little bit underated by many Prog fans that really didn´t got the real cohesion and unity of Heep´s music. I will be one happy spectator of the show they will perform in my homecountry next month. Long live Heep! Like the wines, better with ageing...
fredfontes | 5/5 |


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