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Into The Wild

Uriah Heep Audio CD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
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  • Audio CD (18 April 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Frontiers Records
  • ASIN: B004NWHVUI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 34,608 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Nail On the Head
2. I Can See You
3. Into the Wild
4. Money Talk
5. I'm Ready
6. Trail of Diamonds
7. Southern Star
8. Believe
9. Lost
10. T-bird Angel
11. Kiss of Freedom
12. Nail On the Head (Video Clip)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Heap big heep of an album! 5 Nov 2011
Format:Audio CD
For me Uriah Heep have been one of those bands we know have always been around, but have always been sitting on the horizon just getting on with making music and minding their own business, well boys jump off the horizon and into the foreground, Can't believe how good this album is, as soon as I heard the first track `nail on the head' to the last `kiss of freedom' I was very surprised, no rubbish tracks as the album nears the end, I didn't expect this to be so good.
Solid vocals, great music and catchy tunes make this a brilliant album, when a lot of other rock bands are really struggling to release good material and releasing albums just for the sake of it, it's nice to hear a good one for a change.
A couple of comments `it's like going back to the 70's but the music is up to date, I suppose you could say that about a lot of current rock bands, what's wrong with that? Some of the greatest rock bands and rock songs came from the 70's.
I agree with the good old vintage wine comment though, definitely not corked, but better with age, that sums up the band and this album for me. Go out and buy it! Can't wait for the next release.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Rocks like a b*****d! 18 April 2011
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
With previous studio outing Wake The Sleeper Uriah Heep gained lots of (well deserved) plaudits. But part of me wasn't quite convinced that it was as miles ahead of the other releases by this line up as suggested in some quarters. I actually prefer Sea Of Light, but that's personal taste I suppose. As great an album as Sleeper is I felt that Heep could probably push the envelope just that little bit more. And this is exactly what they have done with Into The Wild...

The triple tour de force of "Nail On The Head", "I Can See You" and the title track leave you quite breathless. And just as you are expecting an obligatory ballad the mid tempo heavy hammond organ-driven "Money Talk" and the galloping "I'm Ready" let you know that the band are in no mood to take prisoners. There are moments of light and shade, as one would expect with such a talented bunch of musicians. But this is an album dominated by big riffs and catchy choruses.

Much has been made of "new" drummer Russell Gilbraith, and he really is one hell of a drummer. But it should be said that Mike Paxman's superb sparkling-but-live-feel production allows all of the band to shine. Tevor Bolder's bass lines are a delight, bottom-heavy and a perfect fit with the drum monster. Phil Lanzon's keyboards are, as usual, seriously impressive. While Bernie Shaw gives possibly his best vocal performance ever on record. And as for guitarist Mick Box...well, he's Mick. You can almost see his rather infectious grin as you listen to this album. In fact the entire band's enthusiasm is palpable!

This is a VERY capable unit who are in the midst of a purple patch creatively (let's not forget the new songs on "Celebration"). Into The Wild just oozes life, musicianship and confidence.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars All Killer..no filler! 18 April 2011
Format:Audio CD
A group this long in the tooth should not be making albums as good as this (especially at this tempo).
Nowadays Deep Purple are at their best on the slower tempo numbers, but Uriah Heep are still playing hard driving rock, and still delivering the goods. I thought they would struggle to equal Celebration or Sleeper, but this surpassed all expectations.
Superb - if you like Uriah Heep, buy it, and if you don't check out the samples on You tube.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars uriah heep 5 May 2014
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A brilliant cd. Love this band. Can't wait to get the next one. Wish they would play more in the UK.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Solid outing from traditional English Rockers 6 Oct 2013
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Another good basic offering from these vetrans of the Rock Scene .This and their previous offering are well worth buying if you like the original 70s outfit Different vocalist but I think a little better than the original David Byron.Make your mind up
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars classic 18 April 2011
By Rat1
Format:Audio CD
this album is for anybody that loves hammond organ driven rock. if you like Deep Purple this ones for you. this album continues where wake the sleeper left off. its chock full of classic riffs ala Mick Box. when you play the cd it sounds like an old friend. its comfortably not to stretching but well played and has a modern production. Bernie Shaw shows he is a match for david Byron and Phil Lanzon excells on hammond. songs of note include I can see you, trial of diamonds and you wont be able to to singing the lead track Nail on the head. I think thats what this album does!!!! classic
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars into the wild? back to the 70's! 19 April 2011
By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
WOW!! what a disc,the last 3 studio discs(discounting Celebration which was mostly rerecordings) have been superb but this is the business,for the first time in a long time the band have harnessed that undeniable Heep 70's sound,Sonic Origami had a crisp clean modern feel,while Sea Of Light & Wake The Sleeper hinted at the past while focusing on the modern sound,this is different it smoulders with 70's heep sound, be it Mick's ferocious guitar runs or Phil's Hammond organ,while the solid rythmn section underpins everything,best compliment i can pay Russell is that Lee Kerslake isnt missed(i dont say that lightly) while the icing on the cake is the superb vocal performance of Bernie's,possibly his finest on record.

Highlights are the fantastic 'Nail On The Head',which evokes memories of the 'Demons and Wizards/Magicians Birthday/Sweet Freedom' days,while tracks such as 'I Can See You' and 'Believe' are simple but effective rockers

The title track is thunder rock pure and simple while 'Southern Star' is carried along on a monster riff,Bolder's bass propels 'Money Talks to great heights while 'Lost' grinds out another heavy riff,absolute class.

This disc more than any other reinforces Heep's credentials as a top heavy rock band,the emphasis on the ROCK, the softer side of the band has been put in the shade with this disc,although it wouldnt be Heep without a superb ballad and 'Trial of Diamonds is quite magnificent(you can just see the dry ice billowing across the stage).

Which just leaves my favourite track,the acoustic led class of 'Kiss of freedom' which eventually evolves into epic keyboard outro while including some stun guitar from Mr Box,essentially the perfect track.

Easily Heep's best disc in decades,a touchstone to the past and a major pointer to the future.
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4.0 out of 5 stars old school rock
first heep album i have bought in thirty years (going to see them live in February last time i saw them was 1981)
like going back to the early days of heep i was suddenly 15... Read more
Published 19 months ago by field9591
5.0 out of 5 stars Heep marches on as great as ever
This shows how 40 years in the business can not dent the creativity, endurance and quality of a great band like Uriah Heep. Read more
Published on 26 Mar 2012 by Geoff
5.0 out of 5 stars Great, Vibrant Album from Mick and Company
Vibrant: Merriam-Webster definition; 2.) pulsating with life, vigor, or activity.

Wake The Sleeper was a surprisingly vital and vibrant album from 2008. Read more
Published on 21 Jan 2012 by Erik Rupp
1.0 out of 5 stars Sorry but it's awful
I admire loyal Heep fans for their efforts in praising every thing they do but you really nead to be honest. This album is a stinker. Read more
Published on 26 Dec 2011 by I. Hampton
4.0 out of 5 stars Ridiculous - but I love it
Back in the day Uriah Heep were always somewhat ridiculous. More Spinal Tap than Spinal Tap. No rock cliche undeployed. But often extremely enjoyable. Read more
Published on 21 Oct 2011 by K. A. Elford
5.0 out of 5 stars like a fine bottle of wine
excellent album their music has got stronger and stronger over the years they know how to keep their fans excited and wanting more and more of the music they produce well done heep... Read more
Published on 1 Sep 2011 by Mr. A. Le Page
3.0 out of 5 stars Not a bad effort from those ageing rockers
I have pretty much discounted Uriah Heep over the last 30 years - my God, has it been that long?
When you look back, they didn't really make a classic album (calm down fans),... Read more
Published on 23 Aug 2011 by Metalstar
5.0 out of 5 stars Classic Rock at it's Best
Uriah Heep are like a very fine Vintage Wine they just keep getting Better and Better with Age, Mick Box has to be the most Underrated Axe Guitarist of All Time he is most... Read more
Published on 15 Aug 2011 by Andrew Goodman
3.0 out of 5 stars Curate's egg.... (good in parts)
I had high hopes of this release, and most of it is good but some, sadly, is not. As other reviews have said, there is a definite nod back to Heep of the 70s here and there. Read more
Published on 3 Aug 2011 by DWM
5.0 out of 5 stars MARVELLOUS
What can I say? No nonsense, great songs, solid performances all round - the rejuvinated Heep just keep delivering. Long may they continue....
Published on 26 July 2011 by The Doctor
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