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Uriah Heep


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3.18 | 126 ratings

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3 stars Sonic Origami is the longest album by Uriah Heep, but it's surely not the weakest one. I thing some of the longest albums are very boring, but this one is so mature and typical for the late 90s progressive rock music. I think it's close to Yes' The Ladder, but The Ladder is better for me. Sonic Origami contains very good songs and I like to listen to some of them, sometimes. The musicianship is very good, too;the songwriting is little bit weaker tha it! A couple of songs consist of simple structure and this is the reason Sonic Origami to be weaker than its predecessor - Sea of Light. I would like to mention the following songs as some of the characteristic of the album: Between Two Worlds (the first and the best on the album), I Hear Voices, In the Moment, Question, Everything in Life (I remember it as a hit single, but it could be only in Bulgaria) and Feels Like. Other important thing about the album is that with the exception of the first song, the album is quite softer than Sea of Light and much softer than Wake the Sleeper. Pretty good album for everyday use without nervous strain. 3.4 stars
poslednijat_colobar | 3/5 |


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