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2.16 | 9 ratings | 2 reviews | 11% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2010

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Wake The Sleeper (Box / Lanzon) (4:36)
2. Return To Fantasy (Hensley / Byron) (4:35)
3. Only Human (Box / Lanzon) (4:09)
4. Book Of Lies (Box / Lanzon) (4:34)
5. Bird Of Prey (Box / Byron / Hensley / Newton) (3:49)
6. Corridors Of Madness (Box /Lanzon) (6:18)
7. Love In Silence (Box / Lanzon) (7:31)
8. Rain (Hensley) (4:40)
9. The Wizard (Hensley / Clarke) (4:52)
10. Free Me (Hensley) (5:16)

Total time: 50:20

1. Sunrise (Hensley) (6:03)
2. Free 'n' Easy (Lawton / Box) (2:31)
3. Gypsy (Byron / Box) (4:33)
4. Angels Walk With You (Bolder) (7:01)
5. July Morning (Hensley / Byron) (13:25)
6. Easy Livin' (Hensley) (4:08)
7. Lady In Black (Hensley) (7:34)

Total time 45:15

Line-up / Musicians

- Mick Box / guitars, vocals
- Trevor Bolder / bass, vocals
- Phil Lanzon / keyboards, vocals
- Bernie Shaw / lead vocals
- Russell Gilbrook / drums, vocals

Releases information

Recorded live at Petofi Hall in Budapest Hungary, May 4th 2010

2CD earMUSIC 0205778ERE (October, 2010)

2CD Soyuz Music, under license by Edel SZCD 7049-10 (2010, Russia)

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URIAH HEEP Live in Budapest Hungary 2010 (Official Bootleg Volume II) ratings distribution

(9 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(11%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
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Review by NotAProghead
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2 stars Too poor even for bootleg

The only wrong thing with this record is sound quality, you can make a record like this with your mobile phone. And it was made in 2010 in a good venue where other bands like Hungarian Djabe make crystal clear live recordings. Shame on Heep!

It could be a good album because it contains the entire concert, set list and performance are good, there are UH classics, tracks from Lawton era, songs from the then newest album ''Wake the Sleeper'' and a new song ''Corridors Of Madness'', previously released only on ''Celebration: 40 Years of Rock'' CD. But poor sound kills everything.

If you'd like to have UH live record with Russel Gilbrook on drums better get ''Live at Sweden Rock Festival 2009''. It is shorter, only 56 minutes, but sounds infinitely better. This one is for die-hard fans only.

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2 stars I hate to be the barer of bad news, but I really wanted to like this release. I am a longtime UH fan, ever since my early childhood, discovering rock bands, they were always on the top of my list, and to some degree, they still are. Another reason is that I originate from that part of the world, so ... (read more)

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