Uriah Heep Albums



  • Into The Wild Album (4/12/2011)
    Nail On The Head
    I Can See You
    Into The Wild
    Money Talk
    I'm Ready
    Trail Of Diamonds
    Southern Star
    Believe
    Lost
    T-Bird Angel
    Kiss Of Freedom

  • Wake The Sleeper Album (6/2/2008)
    Overload
    Tears Of The World
    Light Of A Thousand Stars
    Heaven's Rain
    Book Of Lies
    What Kind Of God
    Ghost Of The Ocean
    Angels Walk With You
    Shadow
    War Child
    You Are The Only One

  • Sonic Origami Album (11/1/1998)
    Between Two Worlds
    I Hear Voices
    Perfect Little Heart
    Heartless Land
    Only The Young
    In The Moment
    Question
    Change
    Shelter From The Rain
    Everything In Life
    Across The Miles
    Feels Like
    The Golden Palace
    Sweet Pretender

  • Sea of Light Album (4/1/1995)
    Against The Odds
    Sweet Sugar
    Time Of Revelation
    Mistress Of All Time
    Universal Wheels
    Fear Of Falling
    Spirit Of Freedom
    Logical Progression
    Love In Silence
    Words In The Distance
    Fires Of Hell (Your Only Son)
    Dream On

  • Different World Album (11/7/1994)
  • Raging Silence Album (2/1/1989)
  • Equator Album (4/1/1985)
  • Head First Album (5/1/1983)
  • Abominog Album (3/1/1982)
  • Conquest Album (2/1/1980)
  • Fallen Angel Album (9/1/1978)
  • Innocent Victim Album (11/1/1977)
  • Firefly Album (2/1/1977)
  • High and Mighty Album (6/1/1976)
  • Return to Fantasy Album (5/1/1975)
  • Wonderworld Album (6/1/1974)
  • Sweet Freedom Album (9/1/1973)
  • Magician Album (2/1/1972)
  • Demons & Wizards Album (1/1/1972)
  • Look at Yourself Album (10/1/1971)
  • Salisbury Album (2/1/1971)
  • Very 'eavy...Very 'umble Album (6/1/1970)

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    Reviews about Uriah Heep albums
    A Great "Birthday" | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimenez
        ------ About the album Magician performed by Uriah Heep

    Like "DEMONS AND WIZARDS", this album is a fantastic progressive "hard rock" work. It seems the follow-up of the previous; it could name "DEMONS AND WIZARDS II", and no-one would suspect of that.
    Well, David Byron has got the same amazing voice than always and the others know how to craft excellent pieces of "rock", like the beautiful "Rain", the harder "Spider Woman", "Sweet Lorraine" and "Crystal Ball", and the epic "Sunrise" and "The Magician's Birthday", of course; one of the best, and odd, it goes without saying, symphonies I've ever listened (pay attention to its hectic solo, from the minute 3:29 to the 7:57).

    With this album we could say that they came back, a bit, to the "SALISBURY" sound, but wishin’ for have a hard sound, too, and they procured it.

    The Magic of these Wizards | Reviewer: Chris A. Jimenez
        ------ About the album Demons & Wizards performed by Uriah Heep

    One the best "hard rock" albums I've ever listened.
    The wonderful technique of Ken Hensley and the forceful and by other side beautiful voice of Byron is a perfect mixture to listen this album more than once. The hard sound and the magnificence of the melody are great ingredients in the Heep's works.

    And this is one of the best. Like the '70's "rock" bands, is evident that they got their tough music blows, like "Traveller in Time", "Green Eye" or "All my Life", and the "hit" "Easy Living", of course. But Uriah loved to experiment, and these epic compositions "Circle of Hands", "Rainbow Demon" and the progressive "The Spell" shows great doses of their skillfulness.

    A phenomenal "LOOK AT YOURSELF" follow-up, but stronger and less progressive.

    A (sea of) light in the darkness | Reviewer: Stefan
        ------ About the album Sea of Light performed by Uriah Heep

    Since I have found Uriah Heep again enjoying the great experience of seeing them live at the Clam Classic Rock Festival
    in 2010 I am listening to all the 23 studio albums in an endless loop while driving in my car alone.
    With all the loudness my 15 Watt car stereo is capable of ;-)
    And I must say, after the mid 70ies albums - 'Return To Fantasy', 'High And Mighty', at the latest 'Firefly' -
    the power had run down desolately.
    Especilly in the 80ies Uriah Heep suffered the same cruel fate as all the 80ies Rock Music. Ear cancer ...
    But then, in 1995, they released this awsome album 'Sea Of Light' !

    So now to the review of this album:
    Hard Rock at it's best, heavy, melodious, with lyrics worthy of this terminus.
    Particularly the first three tracks ('Against The Odds', 'Sweet Sugar', 'Time Of Revelation') drive my hand
    to the volume control almost automatically.
    I guess Mick Box had a big influence over this album, playing an awesome real classic guitar.
    In my opinion an accomplishment similiar to the one of Black Sabbath (releasing another number one album after 40 years).
    So, listen to this album, and think about more than 40 years after the first album "Very 'eavy very 'umble" in 1969.

    By the way, I was born in 1963.
    And I'm Austrian (no we haven't any kangaroos!), so please excuse my English :-)
    Stefan from Linz at the Danube

    Nice album | Reviewer: zunnun
        ------ About the album Sonic Origami performed by Uriah Heep

    i enjoyed this album. Between Two worlds,Only the young, Golden Palace songs r really great.


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