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Uriah Heep


Heavy Prog

2.03 | 122 ratings

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1 stars Cheesy 1980's AOR rock. Put this in the category of Survivor, Quiet Riot, Triumph, and Poison. Possibly the one semi-good track is the last, "NIght of the Wolf", but maybe it is only good compared to the rest of this. From the start of "Rockarama" you know this was made in 1985. Bad synths, bad lyrics, just bad all around. And, Peter Goalby has never been my favorite vocalist for Uriah Heep. There is very little resemblence to the "classic" Uriah Heep of SALISBURY or MAGICIAN'S BIRTHDAY. Even the cover is lame! With song titles such as "Rockarama", "Party TIme", "Poor Little Rich Girl", and "Skools Burning" you can pretty much write this off without even a listen. 1 star is generous.
mohaveman | 1/5 |


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