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Uriah Heep


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4.13 | 757 ratings

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4 stars URIAH HEEP was the first real big rock concert I saw in my teens (72-73).To me they are the king of hard rock ( with DEEP PURPLE) and it is this album who put them on the map. David Byron=vocal Ken Hensley=keyboards Mick Box=guitars Paul Newton=bass =later on replace by Gary Thain Ian Clark=drums=later on replace by Lee Kerslake (this was the best line-up) In this album there is everything for hard rock lovers(good drums-excellent guitar-power- full bass-amazing keyboards and one of the best rock singers.) no weak track,well maybe one(What Should Be Done).Imagine a blend between=DEEP PURPLE,BLACK SABBATH,BOSTON).I give 4.5 stars to this album just listen to July Morning (10:36) and Shadows of Grief(8:40) you will understand.If you want to try URIAH HEEP I recommend LOOK AT YOURSELF-DEMONS AND WIZARDS-THE MAGICIAN'S BIRTHDAY.You cannot go wrong with these 3 albums,because their the best of URIAH HEEP. POTS
pots | 4/5 |


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