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Uriah Heep


Heavy Prog

3.22 | 144 ratings

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5 stars Yes! Very nice follow up to Sea of Light! A little bit softier, but I really Love, Between the Worlds, Question and Everything in Life. The band is MATURE and they know exactly what they had to do... To play rock music without heavy commitments to great music labels or record companies. After being dropped by huge music labels, U. Heep became a more confident and honest band, playing more progressive and heavier than ever, but with a new, fresh arrangements approach. There is nothing sooo innovative, but almost every instrument now is quite fitted to better taste. Bernie Shaw´s voice, Lanzon´s organ work, and Trevor Bolder new attitude (appearing as a leader in some compositions and performances) has a strong contribution for the better and new Heep´s sound. Great album! Long live Heep, unfortunately they didn´t came to Rio this year. I am still waiting to see them! Peace!
fredfontes | 5/5 |


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