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Uriah Heep


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3.11 | 345 ratings

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Eetu Pellonpaa
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2 stars I must admit that "Wonderworld" was a bit of a disappointment. The title song which opens the album is great, the keyboard sounds predict the feeling of a the forthcoming "Return to Fantasy" record, and there's a great pathos on it! There are also some other good tracks like the following "Suicidal Man", which is quite heavy in URIAH HEEP's standards, and it has some very good bass lines by late GARY THAIN. But too many of the songs aren't very good, and many of them are clearly basic rock'n'roll fillers. Maybe the band should have had more time to create better compositions? I think one can get the hit song from some of the many compilations, and at least one shouldn't spend very much money for this LP!
Eetu Pellonpaa | 2/5 |


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