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Uriah Heep


Heavy Prog

3.37 | 455 ratings

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3 stars 3.5 really

...Very 'eavy...Very 'umble is the start of this legendary band. Released in 1970 this is a quite good debute an organ driven heavy prog offer with memorable pieces, good vocal parts and all the ingredients to be a decent towards great album. There are also fine balance between bluesy guitar passages, organ, some psychedelic moments appear here and there, with more progressive lements, the result is quite enjoyble for sure. Not a masterpiece or something as majestic as their next 3-4 albums, but still a great legendary almost classic little album that worth to be investigated.3.5 stars for sure. Gypsy, Come away Melinda or I'll Keep on Trying are pieces that definetly sets Uriah Heep among the front line of the genre. Not to mention that David Byron is one hell of a vocalist, among the most influencial voices in rock, with this debute he shows right from the beggining that he mean bussines with his ability in singing, really great voice

b_olariu | 3/5 |


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