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Uriah Heep


Heavy Prog

3.37 | 455 ratings

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4 stars "Uriah Heep" began his discography with a first album entirely successful. "Gypsy" starts strong, and annocne the group as the monster of heavy rock, but also of Progressive Rock. "Come Away Melinda" is full of gentle, slow very progressive, very beautiful. "Bird of Gray" is a stunning way! impressive, both del'Únergie as musicality, madness, melody, "Uriah Heep" has already figured out how to made a fantastic album. "Real Turned On" shows that the group is a large group of Heavy Rock, it is also powerful and strong that it can compete with the best groups of Heavy prog rock and progressive. "I'll Keep On Trying" another title that is plei nd charm and the group asserted directly as a future monster rock. "Wake Up" even has fun mocking the whole world in the style of the group apparently did not but just the ambition to make the best music possible in the year 1970.
Discographia | 4/5 |


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