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WONDERWORLD

Uriah Heep

 

Heavy Prog

3.02 | 183 ratings

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cavallo
5 stars The master piece from the masters!

Probably the most sentimental, the most introverted and the most touching Heep album and certainly the most underrated one ..

The album starts with the title track Wonderworld which I always wished it lasted throughout the whole "side A "of the LP :)

The Shadows And The Wind and The Easy Road are my all time favorite tracks. SUicidal Man is a catchy track too.

Side B is an absolute winner with four awesome tracks specially the Dreams! The keyboard tracks are to tastefully blended and sound so classy. Great playing and composing from Mr. Hensley. Also Thain is awesome in this last album of his career.

Without the Wonderworld, the Uriah Heep would be half as much as they are to me now. Lovely grooves, delicate nuance, fine recording and great composing. No only one of the best Heep albums but one of the best rock albums of all times

cavallo | 5/5 |

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