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DEMONS AND WIZARDS

Uriah Heep

 

Heavy Prog

4.03 | 518 ratings

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Sharier
4 stars By now, Uriah Heep has become somewhat matured on the road. In this album, the golden line up has been formed with Lee Kerslake on the drums and Gary Thain on the bass. the band is emitting power and energy throughout the album with nice little songs and more importantly, nice poetry by Hensley. Hensley has been soul searching spiritual and ideological leadership and his lyrics reflected his quest. the songs of this album does not give any one a clear cut prominence-- then again gives prominence to all. You can distinct individual performance of each player and appreciate their skills. All the songs are enjoyable along with their lyrical content. The Wizard, Traveller In Time and Easy Livin' will push you through easily into the rest part of the album. One of the finest specimen of seventies rock and off course, Uriah Heep.
Sharier | 4/5 |

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