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3.0 out of 5 stars Not a bad place to start, but beware the track listing, 3 Aug 2007
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Mr. S. K. Pomroy (Ipswich, UK) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Revelations: the Uriah Heep Anthology (Audio CD)
There are a mind boggling number of Heep compilations out there, most with fairly similar track listings. This one is not a bad place to start as a budget priced introduction to the band. That said, I would argue that Anthology Vol 1 (Travellers In Time) and Anthology Vol 2 (Blood On Stone) are the better bet if you want an excellent and more thorough overview. Vol 1 is superb and covers the David Byron era. Vol 2 deals with post-Byron and is very good (for me surprisingly so) but loses points for being padded out with (admittedly good) live versions of the Byron classics by later versions of the band. Alternatively the double Ultimate Collection is the best overall Heep compilation, in my opinion, if you are looking for a (more or less) concise career spanning set. Back to this collection though - beware the track listing! The final track is not "Rockarama", but another track from the Equator CD. In summary, a good collection for the money, but there are better CDs out there that won't set you back a fortune either.
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